The Wall Street Journals looks at how the "merger mania [that] gave birth to new behemoths" has changed the way that big companies are being managed. The story finds that now "dumb moves or stumbles are subject to much greater scrutiny, decisions must be made quickly, with limited information," and "vastly expanded overseas operations can make ... communicating with employees increasingly difficult." The article examines the strategy of the biggest U.S. corporate structures and reveals how their managers have accommodated their companies' growth. The author concludes that "technology and delegating help tame the barrage of data, deals, [and] decisions."
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