• Why Nike Is Still One of Succeffully Company
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Nike Inc. was founded in 1962 by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight as a partnership under the name, Blue Ribbon Sports. Our modest goal then was to distribute low-cost, high-quality Japanese athletic shoes to American consumers in an attempt to break Germany's domination of the dome...
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  • Problem Solutions: Gene One and Similar Company’s
    Problem Solution Gene One Gene One Ventured into the biotech industry in 1996 with groundbreaking gene technology that eradicated diseases in tomatoes and potatoes. This resulted in produce that was untainted by pesticides and with Gene One’s growth to $400 million within eight years, it‘s an...
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  • The Turnaround Ford Motor Company
    Ford Motor Company was launched in a converted factory in 1903 with $28,000 in cash from twelve investors. It would go on to become one of the world's largest and most profitable companies. It is one of the largest family-controlled companies in the world and has been in continuous family control fo...
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  • Ford Motor Company
    I. Executive Summary The Ford Motor Company has been facing a steady decline in market share for approximately the past twelve years. This decline is largely attributable to their reputation for building poor quality vehicles that break down easily, and rising gas prices reducing demand for large...
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  • Company Law
    AC208 Company Law Assignment Name : Wong Kai Jun Tutorial Group : T14 Tutor : Assoc/P Gan Lay Hong, Pauline Company Law Assignment The law requires that directors not take corporate opportunities without the permission of the company. The first part of the essay will touch on...
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  • History of Automobiles
    The Future of the Automobile Feeling the effects of a wavering economy and watching oil prices sky rocket out of control over the past six months has led me to start thinking about the future of the automotive industry and asking myself whether its resource demands are still sustainable; particula...
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  • Hybrid Cars: the Slow Drive to Energy Security
    Hybrid Cars: The Slow Drive to Energy Security The hybrid car market is slowly ramping up. In the past five years the number of hybrid sales numbers in the U.S. grew tenfold from 9,500 in 2000 to 100,000 in 2004. By the end of 2005, the number of hybrid cars on American roads will grow to 300,000...
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  • Quality of Cars in Today's Market
    Quality of Cars in Today's Market In today's society, transportation is becoming a bigger factor in everyday living. People need transportation to get to work, school, events, or even to visit a friend or family member. In order to visit these places, transportation is offered through buses, airpla...
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  • Fuel Hunger Europe vs.Usa
    FUEL HUNGER: EUROPE VS USA BY M G CENAN Look at the news and you will hear about how a gallon of gasoline may reach 4$, This indeed is cause for concern knowing that the average American consumes 3 times more gasoline than the average European. How is this going to affect the American popula...
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  • Tiffany and Company
    I. Introduction The Tiffany & Company is introducing a new product line by the name of Tiffany's Essentials. The line will offer authentic luxury designer handbags along the lines of Gucci, Chloe, Dior, Fendi, Prada and many more. As concept of luxury changes, marketers of high-end products are wre...
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  • Giuseppe's Original Sausage Company
    Giuseppe's Original Sausage Company Case Analysis Giuseppe's Original Sausage Company is a company that formed in late 1991 by Joe Cotrone in Memphis Tennessee. Because of USDA regulation issues the company did not did not open its doors right away but the sausages did make their way to the Mem...
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  • The Lincoln Electric Company
    The Lincoln Electric Company, 1996 Background The Lincoln Electric Company is a leading manufacturer of arc-welding and cutting products. Founded by John C. Lincoln in 1895, Lincoln Electric began its business with the design of electric motors. John's younger brother, James, joined the company...
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  • Toyota Company Analysis
    MGMT 485 FALL 2006 Table of Contents 1. About Toyota 3 1.1. Vision and Mission 3 1.2. Company history 6 2. Industry description 10 2.1. The Automotive...
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  • Gene One: Problem Solution
    Running head: PROBLEM SOLUTION: GENEONE Problem Solution: GeneOne University of Phoenix Transformational Leadership MBA/520 Introduction GeneOne was founded in 1996 and entered the biotech industry with the original mission to become a leader with groundbreaking gene technology. Home gr...
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  • Mba 520 Gene One Problem Solution
    Problem Solution: Gene One Gene One is a privately-owned biotech company that has realized incredible growth since its inception in 1996. Gene One entered the biotech industry with groundbreaking gene technology that eradicated disease in tomatoes and potatoes. Since farmers no longer need to use p...
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  • Toyota Company Analysis
    Toyota in Europe Kaizen “Continuous improvement. As no process can ever be declared perfect, there is always room for improvement.” 1 2  4 5 6 7 8 9 1. From Looms to Cars: Toyota’s History 6 2. Global Toyota 10 3. Toyota in Europe 14 4. The Toyota Produ...
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  • Ford Company
    Industry Analysis The automobile industry began with Henry Ford's production of the Model T in the early 1900's. With the creation of the assembly line, cars became cheaper and quicker to produce, thus making them affordable for many people. There were originally 500 auto manufacturers. By...
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  • Ford Motor Company 2005-2009
    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Ford Motor Corporation (FOMOCO) in the time span between 2005 to mid-2006 reversed course and profitability almost 180*. From a profit generating sales in 2005, to nearly $13.2 billion in losses in 2006 (FOMOCO, 2008, 2007 Annual report), Ford lost its #2 position in market sha...
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  • Ford Motor Company
    History Term Paper Ford Motor Company The Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903 with $28,000 cash from twelve different investors. In the first couple years the company just produced a few Model T's and groups of 2 or 3 men would assemble the cars. It then grew into one of the most succ...
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  • Mem Company, Inc.
    CASE SUMMARY (PROBLEM STATEMENT) After sluggish sales growth in 1980, MEM Company, Inc. was considering ways to increase sales for the company's line of men's toiletries. Two main options surfaced; either 1) to expand distribution into food stores or 2) to introduce a new line called Cambridge....
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