The Inc. team talks about Inc. writer Leigh Buchanan's piece on Tom's Shoes, exploring how the socially conscious startup became a $400 million company using the 1-to-1 model. They also discuss how Ping-Pong table sales are an accurate predictor of silicon valley's fiscal health, and talk with Hooman Radfar about selling his company AddThis.
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