The paradox of Silicon Valley

01/10/2014 | Harvard Business Review online/HBR Blog Network

Silicon Valley is famous for its entrepreneurial culture and innovative ideas, but the area has also given birth to enormously successful corporations, notes Stanford University communications professor Fred Turner. "[T]he irony is that they've entered a place of corporate dominance with a rhetoric built from an era of business insurgency," says Turner, who has written a book on the topic.

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