All articles by Lawrence M. Fisher
STMicroelectronics: The Metaphysics of a Metanational PioneerJuly 17, 2002 From a two-country merger to a 27-nation powerhouse, the semiconductor company is a paradigm of the borderless entrepreneurial giant.by Lawrence M. Fisher
Clayton M. Christensen, The Thought Leader InterviewOctober 1, 2001 The innovator’s educator looks at why great companies fail and why theory trumps data.by Lawrence M. Fisher
From Vertical to Virtual: How Nortel's Supplier Alliances Extend the EnterpriseJanuary 1, 2001 To grow a new fiber-optics business at Internet speed, the Canadian giant gave up manufacturing and turned its vendors into strategic partners.by Lawrence M. Fisher
Product or Service? Internet Infrastructure's Battling Business ModelsOctober 1, 2000 Akamai Technology and the Inktomi Corporation both speed Web pages from servers to desktops. But to chase earnings, they've taken different routes. Can both lead to riches? by Lawrence M. Fisher
How Elan Grew by Staying Small: Growing a Business with Shrewd AcquisitionsJuly 1, 1999 In an industry of mega-mergers, one company has grown by taking smaller bites - and it has thrived.by Lawrence M. Fisher
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