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  • Assets With New Technologies The Company
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    Research Article I. Title: Drain Brain II. Author: Scott Woolley. Article Summary: There has been a talent exodus from AT&T, even though AT&T is one of the best and largest companies in the United States. There are several problems at AT&T they are: a: AT&T is no longer the regulated monopoly that it has thirty years ago, but it has a similar dilemma: a massive pile of assets and an institutional reluctance to threaten those assets with new technologies. b. Nine senior executives have recently j...
  • Global Technology Company
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    Hewlett-Packard SWOT Analysis Strengths Hewlett-Packard is a global technology company and after its merger with Compaq it became world's biggest computer hardware and peripherals company in the world, ranking 20 in the Fortune 500 list. Company is doing business in more then 170 countries including the ones that are developing and under-developed. Being a large company gives HP many advantages like dominating the market for printers, both laser and ink jet, and both for consumers and companies ...
  • Alan Morrow From Bin Optics
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    The CompanyBinOptics Corporation is a privately held high tech start up company located in Cornell's Business and Technology Park in Ithaca, NY. Bin Optics, the company, was based on key technological inventions made at Cornell University. CEO and co-founder, Alex Behfar, worked on the proprietary technology under Professor Valentine during his student tenure at Cornell, while earning his PhD in Electrical Engineering. In November 2000 CEO, Alex Behfar and President, Darius Forghani founded Bin ...
  • Technology 99 Cents Only Strategy
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    99 Cent Only Business Strategy vs. The Competition David Gold, founder and CEO says the 99 Cent strategy is "to create the shortest path possible between the customer and the sale" (Rae-Dupree, 2004). This is important in deep discount retail in order to purchase close-out and other special-situation merchandise at prices substantially below wholesale that sell at prices significantly below regular retail (Symplicity, 2005). Over the past two years, the company has suffered a $17.00/share loss o...
  • Information Technology Outsourcing Information Technology
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    Information Technology Outsourcing 'Information Technology outsourcing is the contracting out of part or all of an organization's IT activities. ' New trends have included operations, programming, and technology planning. The main reason for information technology outsourcing is to gain immediate economic gains for the company, usually through savings. Financial motivations aren't first on businesses minds though; other strategic objectives are. Outsourcing can make it easier to downsize. Becaus...
  • Technologies Like Railroads And Electricity
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    Electricity, the telephone, the steam engine, the telegraph, the railroad and... IT? In his HBR article, "IT Doesn't Matter", Nicholas Carr has stirred up quite a bit of controversy around IT's role as strategic business differentiator. He examines the evolution of IT and argues that it follows a pattern very similar to that of earlier technologies like railroads and electricity. At the beginning of their evolution, these technologies provided opportunities for competitive advantage. However, as...
  • Start Up Company By Rajiv Laroia
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    LUCENT Mathematician Rajiv Laroia joined Lucent's bell labs in 1992. He wanted to make wireless data accessible to everyday people thus allowing them to send e-mail, listen to the radio all at the same time without denting the budget. Rajiv Laroia brought his five-person team and went out to start Flarion company. Lucent hopes this start up company by Rajiv Laroia will foster growth for them. Some people might ask how would Lucent benefit from this small start up company. Rajiv Laroia hopes that...
  • Qualcomm's Share Of Cdma 2000 Technology
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    Report on Identifying and Protecting QUALCOMM Inc. Intellectual Property Introduction QUALCOMM Incorporated is a leader in developing and delivering innovative digital wireless communications products and services based on the Company's CDMA digital technology. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., QUALCOMM has boasted more than 3,000 patent portfolios in wireless industry and has licensed its essential CDMA patent portfolio to more than 125 telecommunications equipment manufacturers worldwide. Un...
  • Baltimore Technologies
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    CONTENTS 1. Introduction 3 2. The Rise 3 3. The Decline 4 4. Environmental Factors 5 4.1. Economical 4.2. Technological 4.3. Microenvironment 5. Marketing and Management Strategies 9 5.1. Retrenchment 6. Conclusion 11 7. Appendices 12 7.1. Sources 7.2. History of Baltimore 1999-2003 1.0 Introduction Baltimore Technologies develops and markets security products and services for a wide range of e-commerce and enterprise applications. Its products include Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) systems, cr...
  • Alzheimer's Association And Intel Corporation
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    On September 4, 2003, the Dow Jones Indexes and SAM Group announced the results of their annual review for the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes (DJSI). Effective September 22, 2003 the DJSI World will again include over 300 companies from 22 countries that lead their industry in terms of sustainability. Intel Corporation has been selected as a component of this important index since its inception in 1999. And, more significantly, Intel has been declared the Technology Market Sector Leader for th...

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