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In FutureWealth, a superbly researched book, the authors provide a startling new way of looking at America's success. The reason for our exceptional performance is the breathtaking pace at which U.S. companies today substitute information for all other resources at their disposal. The authors explore major companies that have substituted information throughout their operations. They also show how the results have been dramatic in those companies' expanded bottom lines and rising stock valuations – and how investors can both learn and profit from the information revolution around us.
FutureWealth is a landmark book and a very timely read for investors, managers, and policy makers the world over.