Getting along long distance: understanding conflict in a multinational team through network analysis
- 30 Top Markets for Trade & Expansion 2000. Sowinski, Lara L. // World Trade;Jun2000, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p38
Offers a look at the top 30 countries for trade and business expansion according to `World Trade' magazine. Canada; Great Britain; Japan; Sweden. INSET: Where World Trade Goes for Information.
- Taking a Global View of Your Value Chain. Johnson, Bruce // World Trade;Sep2001, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p46
Discusses the importance of the reevaluation of the corporate value chain for companies expecting to get involved in international shipment. Importance of the design phase in the value chain; Solution for large or multinational corporations expecting to conduct business globally; How to create...
- International business news. // Caribbean Business;6/9/1994, Vol. 22 Issue 23, p46
Reports on developments in international business news as of June 9, 1994. Urging of Canadian trade minister on Nafta's global expansion; Prince Al-Waleed's acquisition of Euro Disneyland stocks; Claim of German health-insurance companies on bribing of cardiac surgeons.
- For the Record. // Home Textiles Today;2/6/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 20, p2
A correction to the article "Global Business" that was published in the January 30, 2006 issue is presented.
- The twilight zone (continued). McClelland, Stephen // Telecommunications - International Edition;Sep98, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p8
Comments on the impact of market globalization on international telecommunication companies. Issues on merger structures in the industry that companies should address to improve competitiveness in the global market; Strategies recommended to concentrate on the profitable parts of the industry.
- Ocean Shipping and Global Marketing: Trends and Implications. Williams, E. Cameron // American Business Review;Jun90, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p30
BEGINNING ABOUT THIRTY YEARS AGO, and accelerating during the past decade, a technological and service revolution has been sweeping the ocean shipping industry. Not since the transition from sail to steam has the carriage of goods by sea experienced such profound and fundamental changes. These...
- Offshore knowledge incubation: the "third path" for embedding R&D labs in foreign systems of innovation. Lehrer, Mark; Asakawa, Kazuhiro // Journal of World Business;Winter2002, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p297
Focuses on offshore research and development units whose first strategic objectives is to build ties with their host research environment. Discussion of a framework for knowledge incubation; Multinational company embeddedness in European national systems on innovation; Research methodology.
- INTERNATIONAL TRADEMARKING. Newman, Cathy // Marketing (00253650);9/9/1999, p23
Focuses on the challenges facing international companies involved in trademark registration. Launch of a European Trademark Register; Brandnaming Co.'s launch of a service called BrandCover; Features of the service.
- HOW HAVE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS FARED IN RUSSIA SINCE FINANCIAL TURBULENCE (AUGUST 1998)? Sharma, Avraham // Journal of Financial Management & Analysis;Jan-Jun2000, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p81
Presents several case studies on the impact of the August 1998 financial turbulence on multinational corporations in Russia. Amount invested by Gillette to construct a factory; Company history of General Motors and BMW; Marketing strategies of Gillette.