How Emerson Rebounded from a Bad Loss

Emerson Electric was humming along in the early 1980s when it got a jolt of reality: Suddenly, it was losing valuable business to global competitors. An excerpt from the new book Performance Without Compromise.

Flextronics: Staying Real in a Virtual World

By getting lean, vertical, and global, a Singaporean contract manufacturer became the biggest tech company you’ve never heard of.