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agreement with me that the lawsuits should be also be against Apple since they are also profiting from its use. “He notes that whilst lawsuits haven’t been formally issued to him, he has been told that” since he infringed on Lodsys’s “patent, that he needs to license it and” that” he has 21 days to respond.”
Ironically, the patents originated from Dan Abelow who then sold it to Lodsys. A similar case involves the company Macrosolve which sued Apple and Android developers according to the Guardian on May…
to the original installer, even though there are closer pool supply stores. Person A also uses a loyalty card from Petro Canada to accumulate points for discounts (another act of loyal consumption). As a computer consultant, the participant is also loyal to the Dell brand of computer, which used to have a bigger share of the market before Apple took over. The fact that Person A owns a pool, ate at The Keg, and drives a nice car, supports the Upper Middle Class social position. I also found it interesting…
only minor modifications to health care plan, “employees that choose a brand-name prescription drug when there is an FDA-approved generic equivalent will be required to make a $40 co-payment, the company will continue to cover the full cost of generic drugs and brand-name drugs that don’t have approved generic equivalents” (Bishop). The other changes made in 2004 included, decreasing the employee discount for Microsoft stock purchases from 15% to 10%, but increasing their ability to purchase stock…
expansion reaching dollar store, club stores, drug stores and vending machines.
2. Workforce isn’t unionized and moving to automate and improve the capacity of the plants, eliminating products that sold poorly or were only sold regionally.
3. New Hostess is planning to have 1800 workers when it is fully staffed in the next couple of months
4. Nixed approximately 600 outlet stores that Hostess used to operate, where soon-to be-sale products were sold at a discount.
5. Invested in making some of…
(providing a comparison price)
b. Comparative and TV advertising (choosing a comparison brand, patterning a commercial)
2. Refining Anchoring & Adjustment-
a. Ex: Ad claims & disclaimers (writing brand claims & disclaimers)
b. Pricing (surcharges, discounts, payment, & refund schedules that optimize satisfaction)
c. Anchoring & Adjustment: Individuals anchor perceptions around a reference point. Preferences are then made relatively rather than on an absolute basis
i. Purchase an item for 30 (120) or…
that you were accident-free or that you twice had an accident while driving the wrong way down a one way street, holding a cell phone with your left hand and a doughnut with your right. That is why insurance companies can give out “good driver” discounts: the absence of accidents…
Balance Sheet – What do we own and what do we owe. Does not take into annual depreciation, but it does take into account cumulative depreciation (value from all years)
Liability – What we owe - (current and non current is important)
Equity – (stockholder’s equity) What’s left after liability is taken out of your assets.
Asset – Positive thing that the company owns ex. Prepaid insurance can be seen as an asset for years in the future – not the current year though (that…
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#1 Cummins (NYSE: CMI)
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Investor -- 8.5
Customer -- 9.6
Employee -- 8.3
World -- 10
Cummins is a leader in the design and manufacture of world-class, high-performance engines for trucks, buses, light-duty vehicles, and heavy equipment. It also produces power generation equipment like diesel generators, emissions solutions, and fuel systems.Cummins' products are renowned for…
Not working properly Coca Cola
Chinese low quality product
Danone exporting powder milk bcs their ppl aren’t confident with their own shops.
Marionaud (perfumes, make-up)
20% discount if you hand in a empty bottle.
Car strategy in Switzerland:
(length and depth)
a. BMW company has BMW and Mini Cooper – different target markets
DECISION 1: Product Decisions
Product and Service Decisions (described in depth below)
-packaging (important! Think of Tiffany’s, Apple, etc.)
-labeling (ex- food labels are now required)
Quality (2 dimensions)
-quality level = ability to perform its functions (and support positioning!)
-ex) if we say it can go 0-60 in 5 seconds, can it? Does it perform as…