Thomas L. Friedman for The New York Times is right, the United Kingdom has gone mad.
Read it and weep.
The entire Brexit choice was presented to the public in 2016 with utterly misleading simplicity.
John Hagel, who currently co-heads Deloitte’s Center for the Edge, business has “been organized around stocks of knowledge as the basis for value creation… the companies that will create the most economic value in the future… will be the ones that find ways to participate more effectively in a broader range of more diverse knowledge flows that can refresh knowledge stocks at an accelerating rate”.
Britain is about to put up a big sign: GO AWAY.