Roy Disney neatly upbraids those who think that marketing is the be-all and end-all of business:



“As I’ve said on other occasions, branding is something you do to cows. It makes sense if you’re a rancher since cows tend to look alike,” Mr. Disney said. He added that branding is useful for things like detergent or shoes. “Branding is what you do when there is nothing original about your product.” [NYSun]

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