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1601. 3 UK’s Profitability and Regulation Concerns: Can its CEO Kevin Russell Pull it off? cart
1602. China’s Retail Industry (B): Consumer Behavior and Competitive Responses cart
1603. Cosmetic Industry (B): L’Oreal’s Globalisation strategies cart
1604. China’s Retail Industry (A) : An Assessment of Potential and Challenges cart
1605. Cosmetic Industry (A): New Growth Avenues, New Market, New Challenges and Old Solutions? cart
1606. Cirque Du Soleil's Human Resource Management Practices cart
1607. Some HR Dilemmas in Information Technology and Business Process Outsourcing Firms cart
1608. Ritz-Carlton's Human Resource Management Practices and Work Culture: The Foundation of an Exceptional Service Organization cart
1609. Workforce Diversity at Nordstrom cart
1610. The Chappell Way (B): A Case Study in Teambuilding and Group Dynamics cart
1611. The Chappell Way (A): A Case Study in Team Building and Group Dynamics cart
1612. Human Capital Development: The Harley-Davidson Way cart
1613. Employees First, Customers Second': Wegmans' Work Culture cart
1614. People Matters in Sales Force Management cart
1615. Remaking JC Penney's Organizational Culture cart
1616. Best Buy's 'Results Only Work Environment': Changing the Productivity Paradigm? cart
1617. Mattel’s Workforce Strategy cart
1618. Corporate Downsizing: The Ford and GM Approaches cart
1619. McDonald’s: Revamping Its Poor Employer Image cart
1620. Tata Consultancy Services: Developing talent pool cart
1621. Managing Diversity at Toyota cart
1622. Citigroup’s Expansion Strategies in Russia cart
1623. Banca Bilbao Vizcaya Argentina's Growth Plans cart
1624. Danone’s Probiotic Yogurt Activia: Latching on to the Health Bandwagon” cart
1625. GE Manufacturing: Forging Ahead in Asia’s Globalizing Markets cart
1626. Apple’s Future – Expansion into Different Product Lines cart
1627. Walt Disney Company (A): The Emerging Markets Strategies cart
1628. Growth Strategies of WuMart: The Wal-Mart of China cart
1629. eBay in China- A Difficult Bid cart
1630. Lukoil: Russia's Largest Oil Company's Global Strategies cart
1631. HSBC’s Growth Strategy cart
1632. XFML: Betting on China – International Financing, Emerging Markets and Corporate Governance Risks cart
1633. Siemens Saddled With Scandals (B): Governance Codes and Corporate Incentives cart
1634. Siemens Saddled with Scandals (A): Doubts Over German Board Structures cart
1635. Swedish Economy: Synchronised Stagnation? cart
1636. Raising Food Prices in China: A Storm Gathering Around 'Piggy Bank'? cart
1637. Brazil’s Success with Bio-fuels: The Road to Economic Independence cart
1638. A Note on Adjustable Rate and Fixed Rate Mortgage Plans in the US cart
1639. ICICI Bank's “Get up to 100% Cash Back” Offer cart
1640. Royal Ahold NV - The US Foodservice Accounting Fraud cart
1641. Burgeoning Chinese Economy: Signs of Overheating cart
1642. Agricultural Bank of China: Unbanking on the Banking Reform cart
1643. Payment Systems in India - Reserve Bank of India’s Strategic Approach cart
1644. Technology and Business Incubation in India-Challenges and Opportunities cart
1645. Israel: Technological Prowess and Entrepreneurial Dilemmas cart
1646. Macau: The Future Entertainment Capital of the World? cart
1647. The Economic Consequences of Population Aging cart
1648. The Softwood Lumber Dispute Between Canada and The United States cart
1649. Should Energy be Subsidized? cart
1650. The Indian Economy: Dealing with Inflation cart
1651. The US-China Exchange Rate Stand-Off cart
1652. The South African Economy: Coping with the Legacy of Apartheid cart
1653. Starbucks' Diversion from Coffee: Will it work? cart
1654. Philips: Divesting the Semi-conductor Business cart
1655. NYTimes: Diversifying Online Revenue cart
1656. Google’s Diversification – Is it the Right Move? cart
1657. Amul – Diversifying for Growth cart
1658. Balanced, Active Lifestyles: Another Corporate Social Responsibility Ace from McDonald’s? cart
1659. Blood Diamond: A Hollywood Flick Inspiring Business Ethics? cart
1660. Orkut– Google's Social Networking Website cart
1661. The Rise of Social Networking Websites cart
1662. Fast-Food Retailers in the US: Still Going the Trans-Fat Way? cart
1663. Internet Censorship: The Ethical Dimension cart
1664. The ‘Green’ Challenge for IT industry cart
1665. Yoga: An Upcoming Business in US cart
1666. Wal-Mart in Japan: Survival and Future of Its Japanese Business cart
1667. Liz Claiborne The US Apparel Retailer’s “Three-M’s” Strategy cart
1668. L’Oreal in India: Marketing to Middle Class Consumers with Premium Prices? cart
1669. Marketing Fizzy Fruit to kids: Opportunities and Challenges cart
1670. Frito-Lays: Healthy Food Initiatives cart
1671. Dell Back to the Future? cart
1672. The Downfall of Polaroid: Corporate Lessons (Part B) cart
1673. The Downfall of Polaroid: Corporate Lessons (Part A) cart
1674. The Wall Street Journal: Changing with the Times cart
1675. Redefining Saks cart
1676. AOL: The Strategic Shift, Will it Payoff cart
1677. Al Jazeera English: Will it make its mark? cart
1678. Dell: From a Low Cost PC Maker to an Innovative Company cart
1679. Hewlett-Packard’s Strategy in Printing Business cart
1680. Salesforce.com’s Million Subscriber Dream cart
1681. Managing Product Recall: The Dell Way cart
1682. BP: Trying to Win Back its `Green` Image cart
1683. Nintendo’s Competitive Strategies in Gaming Console Market cart
1684. Convergence of Media – Impact on Viacom’s Entertainment Business cart
1685. Napster Inc.: Singing a New Tune cart
1686. Dunkin’ Donuts’ Competitive Strategies cart
1687. Best Buy: Growth through Segmentation cart
1688. ASDA: Competitive Strategy in UK Retail Market cart
1689. Yahoo vs Google: The Challenge cart
1690. Toyota’s Success in the US Auto Industry cart
1691. The Future of Gap Inc cart
1692. Southwest vs JetBlue in the Changing Market cart
1693. HMV: Competing in the Digital World cart
1694. H&M vs Zara: Competitive Growth Strategies cart
1695. BBC’s Challenge cart
1696. Apple’s Challenges in the MP3 Player Market cart
1697. Home Depot vs B&Q: The Battle for China’s Home Improvement Market cart
1698. Europe`s Grocery Market: Traditional Retailers vs Discounters cart
1699. Microsoft`s Zune: Competitive Challenges for Apple’s iPod cart
1700. Microsoft`s Internet Explorer 7: A Competitive Response to Mozilla`s Firefox? cart

 

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