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1801. Wal-Mart’s withdrawal from South Korea cart
1802. Maytag: In need of repair cart
1803. Keeping Swissair in the Air cart
1804. JetBlue: Too much turbulence cart
1805. Ford : Built for the Road Ahead cart
1806. Hong Kong Disneyland: Appeasing the Dragon cart
1807. Olympus in 2006 cart
1808. Pitney Bowes in 2006 cart
1809. NBC Universal Inc.: Managing in Troubled Times cart
1810. Paramount Pictures' Troubled Times: Can Someone Script a Turnaround? cart
1811. Cendant Corp., the Travel and Real Estate Conglomerate: Troubles and Responses cart
1812. Managing Reputation: Wal-Mart vs. Starbucks cart
1813. Mitsubishi Product Recall: A Self-made Scandal? cart
1814. UPS in 2006: Customer Service & CRM Initiatives cart
1815. Lord John Browne at BP: Leadership and Succession Dilemmas cart
1816. Nike's tryst with succession strategy cart
1817. Succession Issues at National Amusements: Sumner Redstone's Dilemma cart
1818. CEOs@Nike: Succession Guaranteed? cart
1819. Acer Inc.'s Spin-off, BenQ: Brand Building Strategies cart
1820. Novelis, Alcan's Spinoff: Staying Competitive? cart
1821. Vikram Akula's SKS Microfinance Pvt. Ltd.: The Making of a Successful Microfinance Institution cart
1822. Population Services International, the US-based NGO's War on AIDS: Making the Marketing Mix, the Myanmar Way cart
1823. StreetShine, UK's Social Enterprise: Making the Business to make a Difference cart
1824. Bill Drayton’s “Ashoka”: The Social Entrepreneur’s “Social Enterprise” cart
1825. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, World's Largest Charity: Philanthropy with a Managerial Approach cart
1826. Cambodia's ACLEDA: From Microfinance to Banking cart
1827. Nick Negroponte's 'One Laptop Per Child (OLPC)' Program: A New Dimension of Public-Private Partnership? cart
1828. VF Corp.: The World's Largest Apparel Maker's Retail Expansion Strategies cart
1829. The Otto Group: Germany's Leading Private Retailer's Multi-channel Sales Strategy cart
1830. Transnet, The State-owned South African Transport and Logistics Group: Maria Ramos' Turnaround Strategies cart
1831. Nokia and Siemens: Creating a Telecom Alliance cart
1832. Nike and Apple: A Successful Partnership?” cart
1833. MTV Google Alliance; Sharing Video Across the Online Media cart
1834. Google and Ebay`s AD Deal: Will It Work? cart
1835. GM-Renault-Nissan: An Alliance to Dominate Global Auto Industry cart
1836. Alliances in Automobile Industry: From Fiat-GM to Fiat-Ford cart
1837. Sony Electronics: The Turnaround Strategy cart
1838. Proton: Way to Survive cart
1839. Snags in Wendy’s cart
1840. Swissair's 'Hunter' Strategy and the 'Grounding': The Lessons cart
1841. Dell Inc.: Time to Discard its Direct Selling Model? cart
1842. Corportate Restructuirng at Yahoo! Inc. cart
1843. Alan Mullaly, veteran from Boeing: Can he turn Ford around? cart
1844. Hard Rock Café on sale: Rank to gamble with its future? cart
1845. Turning Around Revlon cart
1846. Volkswagen: Turnaround Strategies cart
1847. Ahold Road to Recovery cart
1848. D&B: The turnaround Strategies cart
1849. Dell's Turnaround Strategy cart
1850. Ford Restructuring US Operations cart
1851. Intel Chipped to Restructure cart
1852. Should Halliburton Drop its KBR Unit? cart
1853. Kodak: Rewriting Its Film Destiny? cart
1854. Mattel’s Digital Makeover cart
1855. Malaysian Airlines: A Turnaround Strategy cart
1856. McDonald’s redesigning of outlets- Change for the better? cart
1857. The Turnaround of Morgan Stanley cart
1858. Sri Lankan Airlines-The Turnaround story and after cart
1859. SUN in 2006: Changing Business Model cart
1860. Sony’s Return to Glory? cart
1861. Burger King: Will it regain market share? cart
1862. Rejuvenating Samsung cart
1863. Reinventing Samsung cart
1864. Six Flags : Turnaround Management cart
1865. Levi Strauss in the US (Part B) : The great Turnaround Plan cart
1866. Levi Strauss in the US (Part A) : Fading Denim? cart
1867. Avon Gives itself a makeover cart
1868. Tyco International Ltd in 2006 cart
1869. Ford Restructuring in 2006 cart
1870. Restructuring at Sanyo cart
1871. Restructuring at Merck cart
1872. Carrefour SA: Luis Duran’s Turnaround Strategies cart
1873. EMC Corp.: The Turnaround cart
1874. Chiquita Brands International: Turnaround Strategies cart
1875. Konica Minolta: The Restructuring Strategies cart
1876. Japan Airlines' Losses Mount: The Restructuring Strategies cart
1877. Volkswagen: The Restructuring Strategies cart
1878. The Fiat Group: Rebuilding its Car Business cart
1879. Lear: The US Automobile Parts Maker's Restructuring Strategies cart
1880. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc.: Turning the Turnaround Strategies Around? cart
1881. Goodyear's Troubles: CEO Robert Keegan's Restructuring Strategies cart
1882. GM's Growing Troubles: Rick Wagoner's Restructuring Strategies and the Challenges cart
1883. Acer Co Ltd: The Corporate Turnaround cart
1884. John Hood's Plans to Reinvent Oxford University: The Challenges cart
1885. John Swainson's Turaround of Computer Associates International Inc.: Setting IBM Standards? cart
1886. Obesity: Fading McDonald's Image cart
1887. Millau Viaduct: Creating an Engineering Marvel cart
1888. The Delhi Metro Project: Effective Project Management in the Indian Public Sector cart
1889. Telstra: The Telecom Giant in Trouble cart
1890. Unilever in India - Giving a New life to Lifebuoy cart
1891. Segmentation of Stores in Best Buy: Is It Really Customer-centric? cart
1892. Old Spice: P&G's Repositioning Strategy cart
1893. General Motors North America in 2005 cart
1894. Maruti-Suzuki's Swift Move cart
1895. FedEx: The Cutting Edge cart
1896. Reliance Communications: The Technology Dilemma cart
1897. Intel Corp: The Customer Oriented Reorganization cart
1898. RFID in Wal-Mart: Willy Nilly Compliance by its Suppliers cart
1899. CISCO Systems: Implementing “Customized” ERP in Nine Months cart
1900. Automobile Safety: Japanese Manufacturers Lead the Way cart

 

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