This is from a New York Times article on Geoffrey West, a theoretical physicist who has applied his theorizing to further our understanding of how cities work. Although the entire article is compelling, in the final section Mr. West offers a theory about the life span of the corporation:
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If you own stock in a company, you may very well have just gotten a lot more powerful. As expected, the Securities and Exchange Commission today used powers granted to it by the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill to change the rules governing how companies elect their directors, increasing shareholders’ power to effect change in coporate boardrooms.
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