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Case Study: Can One Business Unit Have 2 Revenue Models?
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As two of his business units were completing their merger, Peter Noll, chief of the Diagnostics division at the Frankfurt-based Scherr Pharmaceuticals, felt it was time to address a nagging issue: The [...]
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Eight things you may have missed Friday from the world of business
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The Boston Business Journal has named Doug Banks as its next editor in chief. Banks, who first joined the publication as a reporter and editor in 1998, left three years ago to become an associate vice [...]
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China's economy is worth $300 billion more than it thought
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The revision is a fresh reminder of how quickly the Chinese economy is catching up with the U.S.'s. Although China's nominal GDP is still barely half of the U.S.'s $16.77 trillion, when [...]
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Private colleges are a waste of money for white, middle class kids
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Many parents whose kids have their eye on an exclusive, private college face a difficult question: Is it worth unloading your life's savings or having your child take on tens of thousands of doll [...]
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Business Briefing: Staples Says Breach Affected About 1.2. Million Cards
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Criminals used malware that may have allowed access to cardholder names, payment card numbers, expiration dates and card verification codes. [...]
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5 Business Lessons From The Debacle At The New Republic
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Leadership is a tough business, especially in the digital era. In earlier times, managers paid their employees to perform tasks and directed them how, where and when to do them. These days, however, p [...]
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US Companies Clamor to Do Business in New Cuban Market
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said Kirby Jones, founder of Alamar Associates, which has advised companies on doing business in Cuba since 1974. “It's just not going to be like other regions where you see a McDonald's o [...]
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