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Case study BIGGER ISN’T ALWAYS BETTTER! Andres Pires opened his automobile parts store, Quickly Auto Parts, 5 yrs ago, in a mid-sized city located in southern Mindanao. Having worked for an automobile dealership, first as a technician, and later as the parts department manager, for over 15 yrs, Premium1116 Words5 Pages

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Summary: Ryanair- the low-cost and no- frills airline Ryanair (founded in 1985) was providing scheduled passenger airline services between Ireland and the United Kingdom. The airline is competing with the carrier: Air Lingus (that had the monopoly position before) in 1990 the passengers’ volume Premium8428 Words34 Pages

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The steel industry grew quickly in the first half of the 20th century with a growth in world-wide demand in the 1960s. In the later years, though, the steel industry began to decline in profitability and growth due to “obsolete production facilities, bureaucratic management systems, heavily unioniCase 2 Case study BIGGER ISN’T ALWAYS BETTTER! Andres Pires opened his automobile parts store, Quickly Auto Parts, 5 yrs ago, in a mid-sized city located in southern Mindanao. Having worked for an automobile dealership, first as a technician, and later as the parts department manager, for over 15 yrs, Premium1116 Words5 Pages

Ryanair case
Summary: Ryanair- the low-cost and no- frills airline Ryanair (founded in 1985) was providing scheduled passenger airline services between Ireland and the United Kingdom. The airline is competing with the carrier: Air Lingus (that had the monopoly position before) in 1990 the passengers’ volume Premium8428 Words34 Pages

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|Business Resources for Students[pic] | | | |[pic]
Premium20006 Words81 Pages
Nucor case file
The steel industry grew quickly in the first half of the 20th century with a growth in world-wide demand in the 1960s. In the later years, though,...
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