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1101. Subhiksha: An Indian Retailer in Trouble cart
1102. Wal-Mart's Foray in Brazil cart
1103. The Success of Slumdog Millionaire: An Opportunity for the Indian Cinema Industry? cart
1104. Restructuring Citigroup: The Bank in Trouble cart
1105. Carrefour's Foray in Brazil cart
1106. The Downfall of Washington Mutual cart
1107. Speedo: Leading the Swimwear Market cart
1108. Hulu.com: A New Business Model for Online Video? cart
1109. Jamie Dimon and the Turnaround of Bank One cart
1110. Home Depot: On the Road to Becoming Customer-Friendly Again? cart
1111. Restructuring Woolworths Group Plc. - The Attempt that Failed cart
1112. Mcdonald`s Corporation - Success Strategies in Recessionary Environment cart
1113. Acquisition of Axon by HCL Technologies Limited cart
1114. GM in Trouble cart
1115. The Delta and Northwest Airlines Merger cart
1116. Oticon A/S: Spaghetti Organization and Beyond cart
1117. Hell for Zell: The Bankruptcy of Tribune Company cart
1118. Kongo Gumi: Lessons from the Legendary Family-Owned Business` Longevity and Ultimate Demise cart
1119. Daimler Smart Fortwo Car in the US cart
1120. Tata Motors in Trouble cart
1121. Tata Motors` Acquisition of Jaguar and Land Rover cart
1122. eBay & Yahoo! in Japan: From Competition to Collaboration cart
1123. Bajaj Electricals Limited: High Voltage Transformation? cart
1124. Globalization Strategy of McDonald`s Corporation cart
1125. Yahoo Auctions in Japan cart
1126. Turbulent Times for United Airlines cart
1127. Starbucks: Back to Basics? cart
1128. Starbucks' Success Story in China cart
1129. McDonald's in China cart
1130. Starbucks' Australian Experience cart
1131. Tesco's Experience in the Middle Kingdom cart
1132. British Retailer Sainsbury's: On the Road to Recovery cart
1133. News Corporation`s Acquisition of Dow Jones cart
1134. Bharti Airtel Limited and the Indian Telecom Sector cart
1135. Best Buy in China cart
1136. Twitter, Microblogging Site’s Business Potential: What’s the Business Model? cart
1137. Rise and Fall of Subhiksha cart
1138. IndiGo’s Low-Cost Carrier Operating Model: Flying High in Turbulent Skies cart
1139. India’s Suguna Poultry Farm Ltd.: Can it Go Pan-India with its Current Business Model? cart
1140. Browser Wars: Google Chrome Joins the Race cart
1141. Wedding Services Business in India: Led by Entrepreneurs cart
1142. Low-cost Airlines in India: Took off with Pride, Landed in Troubles cart
1143. What's Wrong with Private Equity: Ask Mervyns cart
1144. Sridhar Vembu and AdventNet Inc’s Zoho: Micheal Dell of Software Industry? cart
1145. Israel's Teva Pharmaceuticals Ltd. : Success With A Hybrid Business Model cart
1146. Direct To Home (DTH) in India: Direct-to-loss? cart
1147. TCS Looks West - IBM Eyes East: Switching Homelands for Revenues cart
1148. Dell's Direct Model: In Need of Change? cart
1149. SSS’s Experiment: Choosing an Appropriate Research Design cart
1150. Fall of Mayur Hypermarket: Significance of Business Research cart
1151. Arranging Stock in a Warehouse: Cluster Analysis cart
1152. Developing a Formal Report – A Case Study of ‘SmartMBA.com’ cart
1153. Consumer’s Perception on Inverters in India: A Factor Analysis Case cart
1154. Stream: Accomplishing Success Through Perfect Data Analysis cart
1155. Survey in Trade Show: Participant Communication Instruments cart
1156. Exploring Primary and Secondary Data: Lessons to Learn cart
1157. Krupa Medical Stores – Evaluating its Brand Image using Semantic Differential Scaling cart
1158. Global Stance on Malaria: Using Thurstone Scaling cart
1159. City Couriers: Dilemma in Design Experiment cart
1160. New Product Design Experiment at iConnect cart
1161. The Initial Hiccups of a Startup Brand cart
1162. Saturn Clothing Company: Measuring Customer Satisfaction using Likert Scaling cart
1163. Assessment of Retail Credit in a Private Bank with the help of ‘Discriminant Analysis’ cart
1164. Demand Forecasting of Magic Foods using Multiple Regression Analysis Technique cart
1165. Indian Animation Industry: Moving Up the Value Chain? cart
1166. Better World Books' Socially Responsible Business Model cart
1167. Living Goods - Developing a Sustainable Business Model to Provide Healthcare Services in Uganda cart
1168. Gap Inc.'s Ethical Procurement Practices cart
1169. Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives at ExxonMobil - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly cart
1170. Facebook`s Data Privacy Controversies cart
1171. Environmental Sustainability Initiatives at HCL Infosystems cart
1172. Dell's Carbon Neutral Claim cart
1173. Intel's 'World Ahead' Program - The Baramati Project in India cart
1174. Wal-Mart's Sustainability Initiative - The Packaging Scorecard cart
1175. Intel Corporation's 'World Ahead Program' in Brazil cart
1176. Carbon Credits: Promoting Sustainable Development or Trading in Pollution? cart
1177. Corporate Governance Issues at Satyam Computers cart
1178. Coca-Cola India`s Corporate Social Responsibility Strategy cart
1179. The Chinese Tainted Milk Scandal cart
1180. Kimberly-Clark Corporation: The Environmental Sustainability Challenge cart
1181. Coca-Cola`s Water Sustainability Initiatives cart
1182. Bharti Enterprises’ New Conglomerate Brand Identity: The Strategic Positioning Challenges cart
1183. Walt Disney’s Brand Extension Strategies: Is the Brand Overstretched? cart
1184. Whirlpool’s Product Innovation and Brand Building Strategies in India: Re-creating the Lost Magic? cart
1185. Revlon’s Revolving Fortunes: Resolving the ‘Core’ Brand Challenges cart
1186. Samsung in India: Brand Building through Customer Service cart
1187. Heineken’s Beer Branding: Bringing ‘Starbuck Coffee Experience’ to Beer cart
1188. Acer vs Lenovo: Asian Brands’ Global Ambitions cart
1189. Tata Group’s Strategy: Ratan Tata’s Vision cart
1190. Unrest at Volkswagen: Who Takes the Decisions? cart
1191. Image Crisis at BP cart
1192. Microsoft: Struggling in China? cart
1193. Burger King’s Troubled Times: The CEO’s Turnaround plans cart
1194. Mattel’s Product Recalls (B): Managing the Crisis cart
1195. Mattel's Product Recalls (A): The chinese Imbroglio cart
1196. Troubled Carmaker Chrysler (B): Can Robert Nardelli Resurrect the Company? cart
1197. Troubled Carmaker Chrysler (A): Can Cerberus be its Holy Grail? cart
1198. Philip Morris USA and Philip Morris International: The Spin-off Decision cart
1199. Google’s Orkut in Brazil: What’s So Social About It? cart
1200. BabaJob.com, The Indian Social Networking Start-up: Differentiating with the Bottom of the Pyramid cart

 

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