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6/30/2015 | 8:32:48 AM
Re: M&A
According to some smart guy from Yale, the average life span of an S&P 500 company is now 15 years -- and that's the creme de la creme. So predicting a 40% attrition rate in a fast-changing industry is a pretty strong limb to go out on. It's not as much of a slam dunk as predicting that the sun will rise in the morning, but it's hardly visionary according to the actuarial tables.
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6/30/2015 | 3:34:07 AM
Skoczkowski is on a shopping spree but he sees things right. Cisco former CEO confirms his vision, 40% of today's companies will not exist in 10 years; you have to grow big to stay relevant.

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