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- GRAY Flannel Suit? Moi? Stewart, Thomas A. // Fortune;3/16/1998, Vol. 137 Issue 5, p76
Discusses differences and similarities between the businessman of the 1950's and the businessman of the 1990's. The lack of implicit contracts; The scarcity of explicit contracts; The deep continuities such as the shared sense of running a rat race; The common denominator of conformity; The...
- Baseball and business: the disconcerting similarities. Bourque, Ron // New Hampshire Business Review;11/14/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 24, p16A
Compares baseball game and business. Troubles in the game; Characters of good business leaders; Behavior needed in baseball game and business world.
- Entrepreneurial Alertness vs. Framing. Emami, Amir; Motavasseli, Mahmoud // International Journal of Academic Research in Business & Social ;Dec2012, Vol. 2 Issue 12, p66
In the new approach in entrepreneurship scholars attribute value to entrepreneurial alertness without considering the frame of gaps information that seize the opportunity. We opened a new approach in the literature of entrepreneurial alertness with the aid of new form of risky choice framing. In...
- WHY CONTRACTORS BUY CERTAIN BRANDS. Gordon, David; Levitan, Victoria // Electrical Wholesaling;Jan2005, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p30
Reports on the results of a research of product-buying decisions of contractors in the United States. Demands of smaller and larger contractors; Key brand drivers for contractors; Ways manufacturers communicate to end-users; Implications for marketing.
- THE ONLY THREE QUESTIONS THAT COUNT. Fisher, Kenneth L. // Financial Planning;Nov2006, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p70
The author reflects on three questions in knowing the things about investing that others do not think. The first question states that what most people believe in investing is wrong. The next question raises the fact that investors do not look for what others do not know because they assume it...
- Buying Motives Trump Selling Skills. Gitomer, Jeffrey // njbiz;8/30/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 35, p19
Focuses on the buying motives of customer. Information on how businessmen could discover customers' buying motives; Examples of questions that could be asked to a customer; Difference between good and bad motives.
- North Caucasians on Path to Exclusion from Russian Military Service. Dzutsev, Valery // North Caucasus Weekly;6/29/2012, Vol. 13 Issue 13, p10
The article reports on the massive clashes in the northern Russian Kirov region on June 20, 2012. It states that the conflict started as a fight between a non-Slavic Dagestani, Nukh Kuratmagomedov, and a group of Russians, in which Russians eventually beat up the Dagestani businessmen. It notes...
- Protest held over plans to close cattle market. Cooper, Olivia // Farmers Weekly;4/20/2012, Vol. 157 Issue 15, p77
The article reports on the protest staged by farmers and businessmen over the planned closure of a 200-year-old Cowbridge livestock market in Glamorgan, Wales to give way to a new housing scheme and public parking. Protesters raise their sentiments on the consequences of closing the market for...
- Ukraine protest speaker urges Jewish, Muslim tycoons to use influence. // Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;2/20/2014, p1
(JTA) -- A speaker at the Ukrainian opposition's main protest encampment in Kiev demanded that some of his country's leading Jewish and Muslim business tycoons use their influence over the country's president.