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Responsibility

Jim Davis, CEO of New Balance, in the Boston Globe (thanks, Damian):

Q. What was wrong with New Balance's approach to apparel?

A It was my fault. We just didn't do it right. We didn't have the right people. We tried to be all things to all people and didn't do anything right.

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