Creativity don't care about economic downturns

“Creativity doesn’t care about economic downturns,” Mr. Lieberman a serial entrepreneur says. “In the middle of the 1970s, when we were having a big economic downturn, both Apple and Microsoft were founded. Creative people don’t care about the time or the season or the state of the economy; they just go out and do their thing.”

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"Wild market gyrations, frozen credit markets and an overall sour economy herald a new round of corporate belt-tightening. Foremost on the target list is anything inefficient. That’s bad news for corporate innovation, and it could spell trouble for years to come, even after the economy turns around," writes JANET RAE-DUPREE November 1, 2008 in New York Times .
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