International & National Security Law practice group member Matthew Heiman writes for The Hill:
Uber has upended the taxicab industry. Other companies are reorganizing to thrive and survive. Economists call these acts creative destruction. New ideas, needs, and desires force marketplace transformation. And, it happens fast. Less than seven years ago, Uber did not exist. With the Islamic State and its adherents causing mayhem through large swathes of the Middle East, Paris, and suburban California, the intelligence community may benefit from some creative destruction.
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