As recently as the 1980s, determining the value of a company was a relatively straightforward affair. That’s because tangible assets made up 80% of an organization’s value, meaning accountants needed merely to estimate the sum total of the company’s factories, equipment, inventory, and other physical holdings. Then something changed. The explosive growth of information technology […]
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