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Over the last decade more than sixty companies have been assimilated into the Microsoft collective, but it is now more than two years since the industry leviathon last ate.
These leviathons were known as the Lions of Catrine and could scoop up 210 tons of water every minute channelled by the system, which includes a surviving 450 metre hydro tunnel.
The decline of centrally directed leviathons, such as Sears, IBM, and GM, is a strong indicator of this new world at work.