“More weak companies will fail once an economic recovery has started than will have failed during the preceding downturn. Many of their competitors will miss key opportunities to gain market share because they’re too busy being protective.”
I wrote those words 12 years ago, in an article we published describing conclusions reached by a study we commissioned that proved the premise. Today the Wall Street Journal published this headline:
“The nation’s biggest publicly traded home builders are on a buying spree, snapping up small, privately held rivals that are starved for cash.”
Some things don’t change.
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