The Inflection Curve of Business: Will You Grow or Die a Slow Death?

Inflection Curve of Business MAIN

In 1984, Intel Corporation was a leading producer of memory chips. But as Japanese competitors like Toshiba and NEC came to the US, Intel started to lose its market share. This is where the inflection curve of a business typically happens: When a new player suddenly changes the market.

The Japanese were cheaper and better. Intel tried to compete harder. Some executives believed Intel had to build a new factory. Make cheaper memory chips.

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