Now that the dust has settled after the recent violence, questions will linger about what lesson should be learnt.

The saying about never letting a good crisis go to waste has suffered from so much overuse that it has almost become a cliché. But that doesn’t make it any less true. In business it is largely understood to mean embracing new ways of doing things that might be rejected out of hand in good times...

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