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June 29, 2014 11:00 AM

Robert Samuelson: Both sides are wrong in the Harvard debate on ‘disruptive innovation’

By their nature, many innovations are disruptive. The Internet is, of course, Exhibit One. It has remade the music industry, is threatening “brick and mortar” stores, is changing how we talk to each other (Facebook, Twitter) and is transforming the news business.

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