As a company that manufactures and sells a commodity product loses market share to a smaller competitor, what market strategy should it develop?
After a leading Dutch supermarket chain drastically cuts prices to counter a loss in market share, will the strategy help regain customers or prove destructive to its long-term position in the market?
How should a mid-level retail executive motivate the research team to engage in an important project--and then secure buy-in for his proposal from top management?
What compensation scheme would allow Pearson and Daye to reward their valued employees without losing sight of their initial goals? And how much would the five original partners consider diluting their holdings?
In a bidding war for the largest US publicly held office REIT, what strategies and financial analyses drove the two rival potential acquirers as well as their target?
When a war-damaged developing country asks to review a contract with the world's largest steel company, what financial and corporate social responsibility issues come into play?
What are the growth options for a South African mezzanine fund operating within the country's framework of incentives for black-owned businesses?
When Joan Ganz Cooney applied the persuasive powers of television to the profound needs of pre-school children, she created an educational enterprise that now reaches around the world.
A Walk in the PARC: What missteps did Xerox take in transforming its computing research and innovations into viable commercial products?