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  • Ford Return on Common Equity
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  • Ford Brand Audit
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  • Saab Versus Internal Marketing
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    Executive summary Ford Motor Company is based in Dearborn, Michigan; it is the second largest industrial corporation in the world, with revenues of more than 144 billion and about 370,000 employees. Operations span 200 countries. Although ford obtains significant revenues and profits from its...
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  • External Auditing Solutions Ch1-3
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  • Advances in the Internal Marketing Concept: Definition, Synthesis and Extension
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  • Evaluate How External Factors, over a Specified Future Period, May Impact on the Business Activities, Strategy, Internal Structures, Functional Activities and Stakeholders of a Specified Organization.
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  • External/Internal Factors
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