Herman Cain’s politics may be controversial, but his ascent from unknown to front-runner is a feat that upstarts of all stripes would love to emulate.
Cain has followed a classic strategy for attacking better-known and better-financed rivals. His approach holds lessons for aspiring businesses, and the distinctions between early-stage markets and early-stage voting provide important take-aways too. Read about them in my piece for Forbes.
Story by Steve Wunker.
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