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Taming China

Managing a successful subsidiary requires experience and strong on-the-ground presence.

Rick Newman Strategy August 1 2005

Ordering Chinese Takeout

Can far east management turn failing U.S. companies around?

Joe Queenan Strategy August 1 2005

Cutting the Losses From Outsourcing

OUTSOURCING will inevitably eliminate many more American jobs, says Ron Hira, assistant professor of public policy at the Rochester Institute [...]

Chief Executive Leadership July 3 2005

Where Growth Will Come From

DARTS & ROSES  ROSE…Christine Poon, vice chairman at Johnson & Johnson, who says J&J has 17 new meds in advanced [...]

Chief Executive Strategy July 1 2005

Are Business Schools Failing the World?

JEFFREY E. GARTEN, 58, who is stepping down after 10 years as dean of the Yale School of Management, says [...]

Chief Executive Leadership June 19 2005

The Rough Road Ahead For G.M. and Ford

THE American automotive industry is facing its darkest hours in decades, says Dietmar A. Ostermann, vice president and auto industry [...]

Chief Executive Leadership June 5 2005

Succession In the Valley

Some, like Hyperion, get it right. Most others, unfortunately, don’t.

Chief Executive Leadership June 1 2005

Getting Real on China

 THERE IS MUCH empty fulmination coming out of Washington, D.C., these days with regard to China. (See “Where Is Our [...]

Chief Executive Strategy June 1 2005

The Next Global Stage

A borderless world means an end to old economics.

Chief Executive Strategy June 1 2005

The Competition Isn’t Just China Anymore

INDIA IS STRENGTHENING IN MANUFACTURING, TOO.

Chief Executive Strategy June 1 2005

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