Even before the pandemic sent shock waves through the U.S economy, innovation had always been a key to success in business. As part of our “Work Shift” series, economics correspondent Paul Solman looks at one businessman whose determination to locate his technology company — Interapt — far from Silicon Valley led to a new twist on a very old business model: the apprenticeship.
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