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I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

Nice observation by Nick Wreden:

H Gordon Selfridge the founder of Selfridges one of the best-known department stores in UK, first penned the well-known slogan, “the customer is always right.”

However, Selfridge died both insane and penniless.

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