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5 Important Principles Start-Ups Can Learn from Pirates

The beginning of 18th century was full of exceptional technological developments. The steam engine (1712) and the flying shuttle (1733) kicked off a process of industrialization that was set to change the world and its balance of power.

However, civil and social progress didn’t advance at the same speed during that period. The War of Spanish Succession ravaged Europe…




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Davide Migali

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