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This article was written by Donal Byrne, CEO of Corvil.
A young European musical act takes the stage in Hamburg. Their meteoric trajectory will be historic, and their music will be played worldwide decades after their last concert. The public’s reaction to their stardom, which would include uncontrollable shrieking, fainting, and crazy stalkers would be described as a “mania.”
Who am I describing? Most people would conclude the celebrities in question are the Beatles. What if I provided a critical additional piece of information: the year is 1840. The Beatles came through Hamburg in 1960. The above passage ... (read more)