Tag Archives: Apple

Bringing About Real Corporate Change in Bad Industries

Is capital itself the only practical force capable of restraining capitalism’s own excesses?

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The Apple Saga: Rethinking the Risk-Reward Ratio

Will the U.S. lead in technological innovation falter if the government can’t reap some of the rewards from its successful investments?

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Where Would China Be Without Nixon?

What would today’s global economic landscape look like had Nixon not gone to China in 1973?

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Foxconn’s Reform Riot

Is the Chinese government slowly abandoning its zero-tolerance approach towards labor strikes?

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Should We Expect Multinationals to Be Loyal?

Why would a European CEO be “shunned” if he moved much of his production to China?

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The Reflections of Steve Jobs

We present the late Apple CEO’s reflections on life, success — and death.

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A Lament for San Francisco

How is an increasingly dilapidated San Francisco symbolic of the challenges facing the United States?

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The Taiwanese Fox in Mainland China’s Henhouse

Why must one wonder whether Foxconn is not an arm of the Taiwanese intelligence services?

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How Groupon and LivingSocial Celebrate Deflation in America

Why do social buying websites owe much to the Japanese practice of deflation?

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Smartphone Rivalries: Apple's Global Challenges

What will it take for Apple to succeed in the global market?

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