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4 Information Management Strategy Failures Cost U.S. $22 Trillion

Posted by Alan Barnett on Dec 29, 2016 5:00:00 AM
The U.S. economy suffered a crippling financial recession that cost over $22 trillion in 2008. The financial securities industries’ incompetent information management is partially responsible for this financial meltdown. Had these companies followed a clear and effective information management strategy, they could have made different choices and perhaps prevented the crisis.
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Topics: Information Management