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  • Finance practitioners and academics are, or should be, interested in the following questions: .Why do investors like dividends? .Why do investors hate to realize losses? .Why do investors prefer stocks of "good" companies? .How are expected returns determined? .What kjnds of securities do investors like? .What are the forces that shape financial regulations?

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'why good companies go bad', kinh doanh - tiếp thị, quản trị kinh doanh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • This book's first edition was published in 1982. Only seven years later I decided to revise it, but not because I thought it had so quickly become out of date. It was based on more than twenty years of experience as a book editor and more than half a life spent largely in well-spoken company and I didn't think either it or I was substantially dated.

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  • The apparel and footwear industries are highly competitive and fragmented due to low barriers of entry. It is fairly easy for new companies to enter into the apparel and footwear industry, however most companies lack staying power mostly because resources are undercapitalized or there is a “lack of broad-based global sourcing” (Wagle). Most small companies who have entered the apparel and footwear market do not have the technology and systems infrastructure used by major retailers.

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  • The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Conflict between Private Monopoly and Good Citizenship, by John Graham Brooks This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net Title: The Conflict between Private Monopoly and Good Citizenship Author: John Graham Brooks Release Date: October 31, 2009

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  • It all started with chocolate pudding.As boys, brothers David and Tom Gardner learned about the business of stock investing at the supermarket. Their dad, a lawyer and economist, told them, “Y’know the pudding you just piled into the cart? Well, we own a part of that company, and every time someone buys pudding, it’s good for our company.” Ah, the ole’ “buy what you know” trick. The lesson stuck — and the pudding made kind of a mess, too. From that day forward, the brothers began to develop the beliefs that would soon become the foundation of Foolishness...

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  • General scanners have a broad list of attributes in mind and spend a minimal amount of time matching resumes to their criteria. Usually, they start by doing a quick scan, looking for the obvious scoop on the person: Did he go to a top school? Has she worked for good companies? What functional knowledge does he have? It’s best if this information is prominent and comes immediately to the eye. If they like what they see, then they’ll read through the entire resume. This approach is fairly typical of the way an investment banking team...

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  • We need to understand the basic the basic financial statements of the company so that we can diagnose and understand the strengths and weaknesses, and the potential dangers that the firm may be facing. Understanding financial statements also helps us to recognize good companies which we may wish to invest in or trade with.

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  • Information Systems have played an increasingly visible role over the past several years in improving the competitiveness of business. More than just tools for handling repetitive tasks, they are used to guide and advance all of a company’s‘ daily activities. Integrated management software is today very often a key source of significant competitive advantage.

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  • Take time to smell the roses. Take a nap on Sunday afternoon. Drink 8 glasses of water a day. Never deprive someone of hope. It might be all they have. Be thankful for every meal. Don't be afraid to say I'm sorry. Don't take your health for granted. Improve your performance by improving your attitude. Listen to your children. Leave everything a little better than you found it. Keep it simple. Keep good company. Keep your promise.

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  • You’re in good company. According to one survey, fi ve out of six adults in North America are considering changing jobs.2 And according to our co-creators (who represent 43 countries), it’s like this across the globe. Many of us, though, lack a structured way to think about the complex and — let’s face it — messy subject of switching careers. We need a simple, powerful approach — one in tune with the modern workscape and our personal needs. Enter the business model: an excellent framework by which to describe, analyze, and reinvent a career....

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  • Using a bottom up approach, totals are aggregated from 2,490 discrete individual product group lines.  Each of these lines uses specific data sources and can be analysed individually, unlike traditional  studies which often group together data sources.   Forecasts are calculated using the same principles as for determining market value and as such can be  applied on a line by line basis. This allows the identification of high growth areas within a particular  sub‐sector.

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  • How can you ensure these companies discover your products? Some catalog buyers, as well as many retail store buyers, rely on the convenience of trade shows as a one stop shopping place for their products and trade shows can be a wonderful venue not only for you to showcase your products to potential buyers but also because they offer a variety of training and networking opportunities. The Natural Products Expo series of trade shows offers both the Distributer Matching Service, mentioned above, and a Global Business Training Program free to participants at its trade shows.

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  • Consumer packaged goods companies are always challenged to introduce new product innovation that strongly resonates with consumers and that sets them apart from products currently in the market. An Ipsos global survey showed consumers rank food and beverage, personal and household products low on the list of innovative products compared to computer equipment and electron-ics (Palmer, 2009).

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  • bất kỳ công ty hàng đầu thế giới giảm mạnh từ đỉnh cao của sự thành công đến độ sâu của sự thất bại khi điều kiện thị trường thay đổi. Bởi vì họ đang bị tê liệt? Ngược lại, bởi vì họ tham gia vào quá nhiều hoạt động hoạt động của các loại sai. Đau khổ từ quán tính hoạt động, họ gặp khó khăn trong hoạt động của mình đã cố gắng-và-đúng, ngay cả khi đối mặt với sự thay đổi đáng kể trong môi trường. ...

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  • Those assets that a company: 1. Intends to sell in the normal course of business. 2. Has in production (work in process) for future sale. 3. Uses currently in the production of goods to be sold (raw materials). 8-3 Types of Inventories Types of Inventory Merchandise Inventory Goods acquired for resale Manufacturing Inventory •Raw Materials •Work-in-Process •Finished Goods 1 .8-4 Inventory Cost Flows Raw Materials Work in Process Finished Goods

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  • Social media is not the only emerging channel P&G is using to connect directly with consumers. In November 2011 the company announced a partnership with a start-up called Mobeam to distribute digital coupons via mobile phones. The companies plan to begin testing the solution—which requires enhancements to existing handsets—in 2012. Diageo is another CG manufacturer that has also turned to social media—Facebook specifi cally—to enhance its consumer marketing efforts and drive retail beverage sales.

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  • Demand expression varies by the kind of goods or services being delivered. Water supply and latrines are an example of essentially private goods, goods that are individually used and for which indi- vidual users can express and realize a willingness to pay. Public choices are more complicated with respect to public goods such as schools or rural roads; a differentiated strategy for eliciting demand, depending on the kind of subproject that is being produced, is needed.

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  • The Recommendations refer to the marketing of products and services. They do not refer explicitly to the promotion of brands (as distinct from products and services); however, as certain brands and organizations are clearly associated with products or services whose marketing could fall within the scope of the Recommendations, efforts to restrict marketing in this area also need to consider how brands are marketed. Advertising is only one form of marketing among many, including sponsorship and product placement.

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  • Given these findings, it is not surprising that for many companies the most pressing challenges with social media are in understanding the potential to make a difference in their business, measuring its effectiveness, and aligning social media activities to an impact on company financials. (Figure 2) Yet without good metrics and tangible evidence of impact, the majority of the executives in the survey said their organizations cannot take social media efforts seriously.

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