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James Surowiecki has lessons for RIAs about marketing's mushy middle

New Yorker writer warns against the amorphous marketing blob that GM and Dell succumbed to

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James Surowiecki: Paradoxically, ignoring these people has turned out to be a great way of getting lots of customers.

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