To move from the old to the new is the only tradition worth keeping.
“To move from the old to the new is the only tradition worth keeping.”
It is an excerpt from a letter that Marcus Wallenberg wrote to his brother Jacob in 1946 arguing for the family to move out of its railway interests – the old – and into aviation – the new. Major transitions fueled by new technology leaps happened from time to time throughout history.
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