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The Cuba Paradox: Lessons on Innovation from the Tiniest Country that Could

Cruising up the Malecon in Havana, Cuba

Visiting Cuba is like entering a living time capsule from the 1950s… Classic cars crisscrossing the streets. Gorgeous architecture crumbling into decay. An economy struggling to come out of the cold war shadows. Murray and I had the distinct impression that Havana would have become the Paris of Latin America if the embargo hadn’t pushed the pause … Read more