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  • Why executives should make pricing their personal mission Imagine a world in which over 80% of companies have come under increased pricing pressure, and almost 60% of companies are embroiled in a “hot” price war. The vast majority of companies feel they can’t justify a price increase above current levels of inflation. Even when they dare to raise prices at all, they manage to get only half of what they ask for. What you just imagined is real. These discouraging circumstances describe day-to-day life right now for thousands of companies around the world.

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  • derisory term meant something vastly different in its heyday. Hackers then, as now, were concerned about how things fit together, what makes things tick. Generally, many early hackers concerned themselves with understanding the nature of the telephone system, which encouraged the development of “blue boxes” and war dialers such as Ton Loc. Public bulletin boards (such as Prestel) had security flaws exposed and various services disrupted.

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  • In too many companies, Sales and Marketing feud like Capulets and Montagues. Salespeople accuse marketers of being out of touch with what customers really want or setting prices too high. Marketers insist that salespeople focus too myopically on individual customers and short-term sales at the expense of longer-term profits. Result? Poor coordination between the two teams—which only raises market-entry costs, lengthens sales cycles, and increases cost of sales.

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  • In 1997, both the underlying confidence and optimism are hard to sustain. The War on Poverty and its successor programs seem to have made little impact on those populations that are at the lowest economic levels in U.S. society. If anything, the widening income distribution and the curbing of governmental expenditures for these groups have left them worse off. Yet one result of the efforts to address poverty in the intervening years has been the growth of well-articulated theoretical notions coupled with serious efforts to ground these ideas in empirical analysis.

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  • Smaller markets are faring better for a couple reasons. They were spared the fierce price wars which undercut big markets over the last two decades, as big radio groups battled for market share in major metro areas. In addition, small market stations often have closer relationships with local advertisers that tend to be more conservative in their media strategies. Aside from small markets, online is one of the few bright spots for radio, although its contribution to total revenue remains relatively small.

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  • This period, that of the great war with France, was one generally of high prices and prosperity for landowners and farmers. It was a prosperity, however, that was largely fictitious, and when the high prices of the war time were over, it was succeeded by many disastrous years. The prosperity, too, was also largely neutralized by a crushing weight of taxation and rates, while the labourer, although his wages were increased, found prices grow at a much greater rate, and it was, as Thorold Rogers has said, the most miserable period in his history. ...

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  • The Art of Public Speaking Knowing the price we must pay, | the sacrifice | we must make, | the burdens | we must carry, | the assaults | we must endure, | knowing full well the cost, | yet we enlist, and we enlist | for the war. | For we know the justice of our cause, | and we know, too, its certain triumph. | Not reluctantly, then, | but eagerly, | not with faint hearts, | but strong, do we now advance upon the enemies of the people. | For the call that comes to us is...

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  • Ten years have elapsed since the second German edition of the present book was published. During this period the external appear- ance of the currency and banking problems of the world has com- pletely altered. But closer examination reveals that the same fundamental issues are being contested now as then. Then, England was on the way to raising the gold-value of the pound once more to its pre-war level.

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  • “The U.S. Economy grew at an annualized rate of 1.9% in the first quarter of 2003, after expanding 1.4% in the 2002 fourth quarter. First-quarter growth was achieved despite an impending war in Iraq, high oil prices, harsh winter weather in many parts of the country, and heightened security alerts” (Wagle). The possibility of another economic recession has dropped significantly. However, there is concern that the U.S. could possibly fall into a deflationary trap, or declining prices and wages that could result in eroding asset values. “According to the U.S.

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  • He discovered that the firm’s fundamental factors exercise the most significant impact on stock prices. The EPS was found to be the most influencing factor over the market. Studying the effects of the Iraq war on US financial markets, Rigobon and Sack (2004) discovered that increases in war risk caused declines in Treasury yields and equity prices, a widening of lower-grade corporate spreads, a fall in the dollar, and a rise in oil prices. A positive correlation exists between the price of oil and war. They argue that war has a significant impact on the oil price.

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  • The Southwest became prominent before the nation early in the war from the doubt existing as to the position of Missouri, which was saved by the energy and determination of Frank P. Blair and Colonel Nathaniel Lyon; the latter first capturing Camp Jackson, on May 10th, 1861.

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  • After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: Why does Keynes argue that the government should adopt active policies, rather than allowing the price system to prevail? Can the Keynesian Model explain an ice cream war? Why did Keynes reject the classical theory that “supply creates its own demand”?...

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