- The world is not facing another Great Depression, says the noted economic historian, but the Federal Reserve is eroding its credibility.
- Narratives and ParadigmsNovember 25, 2008 by David K. Hurst
- Investing in a capabilities-driven strategy will equip your company for growth in uncertain times.
- IT departments can generate understanding of the impact of products on the environment.
- For the past five years, foreign direct investment in Vietnam has surged, which has brought good news and bad to the country.
- Six myths that affect the move away from the carbon-intensive fuels and technologies of the past.
- Foreign banks can find opportunity in Russia if they are willing to navigate the risks.
- Using credit cards and gift cards encourages consumers to spend more than they would if using cash.November 6, 2008
- Although an elusive goal, cooperative relationships between retailers and suppliers can be wildly profitable.
- The business press is touting a return of offshored jobs to the U.S. — but we’re not buying it.
- Evidence from innovation theory and auto-industry history suggests that the market share for hybrids is about to accelerate sharply.October 7, 2008 by Christopher Giliberti
- As the difficult economy causes consumers to trade down in their purchases, companies need to adjust their offerings to their customers’ new behavior.
- Changes in the ways consumers use electricity have spurred the need for a more intelligent way to distribute energy.
- Why financial markets are brittle, companies stop growing, Ryanair took off, and plans succeed or fail.August 26, 2008 by David K. Hurst
- The CEO of Europe’s second-largest utility says that energy companies must adapt in a fast-changing global marketplace.August 26, 2008 by Art Kleiner
- Consumer choice modeling can help companies improve their market share by offering a better understanding of consumer preferences.
- Consumer preferences can guide TV network executives in their selection of ads and development of pricing strategies for ad space.August 14, 2008
- The fundamentals of running an airline don’t necessarily improve with increased market share.July 31, 2008
- The Sarbanes-Oxley Act has forced CFOs to be more answerable for their firms’ accounting, and to pay a steep professional price for reporting trouble.July 17, 2008
- Health-related investment funds are not the best hedge against the rising cost of consumer health care.July 10, 2008
- Islamic finance is a a major opportunity for banks.June 10, 2008 by Edward H. Baker
- How governments and private business can foster environmentally sensitive urban planning.
- Consolidation in the increasingly competitive European airline industry has been long delayed, but the wait is coming to an end.
- Geopolitical and financial uncertainty contribute more than an imbalance between supply and demand to sky-high oil prices.
- Myths abound regarding the pros and cons of biofuels. Here is a scorecard to separate truth from fiction.
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