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Top management always anticipates future markets' changes and demands for appropriate decisions. Olympia Hoang is your answer.
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Alibaba Billionaire Ma Steps Down as CEO Before Likely IPO

Alibaba Billionaire Ma Steps Down as CEO Before Likely IPO | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
Billionaire Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., said he plans to focus on environmental protection and education as he steps down as chief executive officer of China’s largest e-commerce company before an initial public offering.
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When a train departed from a first original station, its leader has already chosen a next destination. But passengers can choose different destinations on a course. Why? Shareholders, executive board directors have their own visions and capability of reflecting on market changes. Young generation can contribute more creative and innovative values not only upgrading the values of the company but also increase customers' satisfactions in terms of market shares, share value, market capitalization and profits. A CEO is in charge of making right decisions based on customers' needs, market demands and change factors. 

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Case Study: How to Play in the New "Share Economy"

Case Study: How to Play in the New "Share Economy" | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
Can an auto rental company fully integrate its new car-sharing service without losing customers?
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To integrate two brands into one umbrella is not a one-day business operation or mission. First of all, each brand has already built its own unique values or norms in markets; therefore, customers have got familiar with that brand with specific values and benefits. Second, each brand has its own cultures of compensation, communications, collaborating and working attitudes. Third, employees are expected to perform at specific speeds, efficiency, effectiveness, productivity and value contribution. In a case of a merger or acquisition, the new company has managed two brands with obvious benefits of simplifying more overlap business operations to lower fixed costs and maximize return on investment through combined customer bases. 

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Where Google Search Is Going | TIME.com

Where Google Search Is Going | TIME.com | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
With new interfaces, smarter technology and deeper access to information about its users, Google is about to go places no search engine has ever gone.
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What a corporation can win markets is to offer something as unique and outstanding characteristics and values to customers. If Google had not focused on its simplicity of Google web design, arrangement, and features, Google would have not created new terms - Googling, Googler, Google - in Today's Internet-based language. In a deeper studying, people may find more interests of what Google has done and continued working on. But the primary reasons are Google has transformed its culture and foundation into more consumer-oriented service provider and product maker because if it did not do that, other competitors would take its reign soon or later.

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Data Analysis Should Be a Social Event

Data Analysis Should Be a Social Event | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
How working co-creatively can transform your businesses.
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Social media and social networking platforms have virtually connected people together not only for socialization or personal communications purposes but also business and work related tasks. Today's information oriented society has redefined almost business operations. Data analysis must be a collaborative and collective shared work among co-workers and peers. The more people share their ideas the better results of data analysis they can achieve. 

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Wharton's 2013 Business Plan Competition: Health Care, Kids, Fashion and More - Knowledge@Wharton

Wharton's 2013 Business Plan Competition: Health Care, Kids, Fashion and More - Knowledge@Wharton | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
Wharton's 2013 Business Plan Competition: Health Care, Kids, Fashion and More by Knowledge@Wharton, the online business journal of the Wharton School.
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Offering rewards to students or participants in open competitions can aggregate different contemporary trends - young generation's focus ideas, young consumers' most concerns and consumer-oriented product and service ventures. Venture capitalists, donors and sponsors can take such events as experiments and testing-and-launching cases for possible-and-high-return-on-investment portfolios. 

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Big Breweries Face Threat Worse Than Craft Beers

Big Breweries Face Threat Worse Than Craft Beers | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
Cool spring weather and this summer's forecast could hurt beer sales this year. Continue reading →
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Businesses are depended on customers' purchasing decisions, incomes and economic performance. Foods, dining and beers are sensitive to weath conditions, economic conditions and personal activities such as parties, outdoor activities and events. People can go to restaurants for special occasions such as dating, celebration, gathering, business talks and socialization. Beer drinkers like to refresh their moods and tastes by drinking cold beers with friends, family members and neighbors on weekend and special days. What are predictable factors for a business' revenues and earnings?

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Should the United States Have 2.2 Million More Jobs?

Should the United States Have 2.2 Million More Jobs? | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
Following the last five recessions in U.S. history, the economy added government jobs—an average of 1.7 million, in fact—that helped spur our economic recovery.
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Job creation is open for both government agencies and corporations to weigh and respond with real offers. Depending on market demands and consumers' financial health, businesses can invest more in specific segments or shrink their production capability to allocate resources into new lucrative segments. New jobs come from such decisions because money is used to generate profits. If new jobs are necessarily created to meet new demands, business organizations will try to compete for high return-on-investment. In an opposite manner, government agencies can create jobs by receiving new budgets coming from bond-issued engine.

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Fueling Growth in Uncertain Times - Knowledge@Wharton

Fueling Growth in Uncertain Times - Knowledge@Wharton | Corporate Values | Scoop.it
Fueling Growth in Uncertain Times by Knowledge@Wharton, the online business journal of the Wharton School.
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A corporation always pays attention or cares about future markets, including demands and consumers' choices. It is a reason for top management to predict how future markets (domestic and foreign markets) will be and perform. In such manner, the top management can allocate resources for R&D, marketing, operations scalability and geograhpic market development strategies. 

 

U.S. market and overseas markets are integrated under different elements - financial products, international trade exchanges, tourism, and government-designed policies. The top management of a corporation is supposed to understand such changes in today's globally connected and competitive marketplaces. 

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