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The Paradox Of Progress: Creative Destruction

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The automobile killed the horse and buggy. The airplane signaled the demise of passenger railroads. The invention of the typewriter created millions of jobs, but when the personal computer came along, those jobs were gone. Progress and innovation can lead the process of "Creative Destruction" as demonstrated through the story of the revolutionary system of package delivery pioneered by FedEx.

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Runtime: 11 minutes 20 seconds

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