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2501. Deutsche Bank's Corporate and Investment Banking: The Anshu Jain Way cart
2502. Hollywood’s Lionsgate Entertainment: Defying the Big Players and Creating a Niche Market and Marketing cart
2503. Toyota’s Prius: A Revolution or a Fad? cart
2504. Singapore: Past Perfect, Future Tense? cart
2505. Wind Energy Industry in the US and Canada: A Note on the Regulatory Environment cart
2506. Bolivia Nationalizes the Oil and Gas Sector cart
2507. Microsoft EU Antitrust Case cart
2508. Labor Market Reforms in France and the Job Law 'CPE' - A Lost Opportunity cart
2509. Gazprom - Naftogaz Ukrainy Dispute: Business Or Politics? cart
2510. Mercosur - Changing Course? cart
2511. Google's Problems in China cart
2512. Ecomagination' at Work: GE's Sustainability Initiative cart
2513. The Body Shop: Social Responsibility or Sustained Greenwashing? cart
2514. Corporate Social Responsibility at ONGC Ltd. cart
2515. IKEA's Environmental Practices: Making Good Business Sense cart
2516. Exxon Mobil's Riches: Fueling Controversy? cart
2517. Corporate Philanthropy - Best Practices at Novartis AG cart
2518. The Le Clemenceau Controversy: Business vs. Safety cart
2519. Coca-Cola's Business Practices: Facing the Heat in a Few Countries cart
2520. Ethical Issues at Christie's cart
2521. Tesco's Corporate Social Responsibility Initiatives cart
2522. IKEA's Social and Environmental Responsibility Initiatives cart
2523. Corporate Social Responsibility at HP cart
2524. Intel: In Search of a New Identity cart
2525. Google: From Search Engine to Power Brand cart
2526. Japan Airlines Corporation: Brand Building Strategies cart
2527. SABMiller's Miller Brand in USA: The Turnaround cart
2528. Starbucks' Drive-through Windows: Business Sense vs. Brand Dilemmas cart
2529. McDonald’s in Japan: Rebuilding the Brand cart
2530. Apex-Pal International Ltd, Singapore-based Food and Beverage Company: Founder CEO, Douglas Foo's Brand Building Strategies cart
2531. Marketing the 'YouTube' Way cart
2532. Branding - The Yum! Way cart
2533. Unilever - Would the 'Power Brand Strategy Pay Off? cart
2534. The Virgin Group: Branding Ahead cart
2535. Johns Hopkins Medicine- Branding Challenges cart
2536. Boston Red Sox- The brand and its future cart
2537. Colgate Palmolive’s ‘Natural’ Route to Growth cart
2538. Bank of Baroda: The Re-branding Strategies cart
2539. Wal-Mart's Brand Identity: Lee Scott's Reinvention cart
2540. The redemption of Martha Stewart cart
2541. The Evolution of Omega’s Advertising Strategy cart
2542. Pepsi Café Chino in India cart
2543. Intel in 2006: A Brand New Identity cart
2544. Extending KitKat’s Product Life Cycle cart
2545. CRY in 2006: Changing Perceptions cart
2546. Coca Cola's Advertising Strategies: Changing with Times cart
2547. Stealth Marketing: R.J. Reyonlds Targeting youth cart
2548. Adidas in the USA- Bouncing Back cart
2549. Tesco, UK’s Largest Group in US: Brand Building Strategies cart
2550. Gaming - An Emerging Opportunity cart
2551. Ford's Lincoln: The Re-branding Strategies cart
2552. Cadbury Schweppes' Beverage Business: Brand Unification and the Dilemmas cart
2553. Burger King-Revitalizing the Brand cart
2554. Audi's BHAG - To Match the Exclusive Image of Mighty Benz and BMW - Can it Achieve? cart
2555. Microsoft’s “Digital Vision”: Looking Beyond PC? cart
2556. Accenture’s Grand Vision: ‘Corporate America’s Superstar Maker’ cart
2557. European Apparel Chains in US: Growing Fast and Profitable cart
2558. Novartis' Generic Drug Business: The New Growth Driver cart
2559. Novartis: Globalization of Pharmaceutical Research cart
2560. Inditex: The Spanish Retailer’s Growth Strategies cart
2561. Wegmans: The US Retailer’s Success Formula cart
2562. Archies - Time to reinvent cart
2563. Coca-Cola Struggling in Germany cart
2564. CANON DIGITAL CAMERAS: Will it continue to click? cart
2565. YKK: Countering the counterfeit dragon cart
2566. Kraft : Deromedi’s Dilemma cart
2567. New York : Recovering from9/11? cart
2568. Coca-Cola in Germany (Part A) Challenges due to Deposit Law cart
2569. Trouble at Tiffany in Japan cart
2571. America's Car Parts Firms' Growing Troubles: Delphi Leads the Way cart
2572. Diageo: World’s Largest Spirits Company in Troubled Times cart
2573. BSkyB: Troubled Times cart
2574. Marsh & McLennan: The Troubled Insurance Broker cart
2575. Troubled Times at Perrier cart
2576. A Dent in Wal-Mart’s Public Image: The PR Strategy cart
2577. Troubled Times at Unilever cart
2578. Telstra’s Growing Troubles: Is Privatization the Solution? cart
2579. Havas: Troubled Times at French Advertising Giant cart
2580. Converium: The Swiss Reinsurer’s Troubled Times cart
2581. Infineon – Signs of a Recovery cart
2582. Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation: The Succession Dilemmas cart
2583. Nike : Surviving after Philip Knight cart
2584. Turmoil at Reliance cart
2585. Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi (ENI): Succession Battle at the Italian Oil Giant cart
2586. Siemens: The Challenges of Leadership Change cart
2587. The Power of Spinoffs: The Case of Motorola's Freespace cart
2588. The Viacom Inc. Split-up: Opportunities and Challenges cart
2589. Venture Philanthropy: The “Marketization” of Civil Society? cart
2590. New Distribution Initiatives at HLL cart
2591. Sunoco Inc., The Philadelphia Refiner: The Refining and Retailing Strategies cart
2592. Shoprite: South African Retailer’s Growth Strategies cart
2593. DAIEI vs AEON: Contrasting Retailing Strategies of the Japanese Retailers cart
2594. Avon Product Inc. – Redesigning its Supply Chain cart
2595. Sony-BMG Joint Venture: Lessons from a Dis-Jointed venture cart
2596. Samsung vs Sony: The Competitive Collaboration cart
2597. Breaking Alliance with Fiat: Gain for GM? cart
2598. Fiat and GM: The Troubled Alliance cart
2599. Apple and Intel’s Alliance: From Competition to Cooperation cart
2600. Siebel Systems, Inc.: Troubles and Turnaround Efforts cart


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