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  • Las Vegas Circus Market Company
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  • Starbucks Ltd United States
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  • Newspaper Industry News Corp
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    Strategy Assignment Two: News Corporation. Discuss the growth strategies pursued by Rupert Murdoch for News Corporation between 1960 and the early 1990 s. In the world of Rupert Murdoch, ruthlessness is expected; weakness leads to corporate Siberia. (web) Rupert Murdoch is the inventor of the modern global information empire. With cable and satellite channels on five continents, Murdoch reaches nearly seventy five percent of the world. Initially building News Corporation (News Corp. ) upon a se...
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    Following the introduction of Doi Moi more than 10 years ago, Viet Nam opened its doors to foreign investment. It was expected that this would bring much needed capital, new knowledge, and new technologies. This has happened to an extent, but in recent years foreign investment has fallen, and this has been accompanied by a decline in the importation of technology. Broadly speaking, two approaches are taken to technology development. One is the technological development pushed by new discoveries ...