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  • Corning Electronic Products Division - 339 words
    Corning Electronic Products Division The By 1968 Coring realized market conditions were changing, technology was shifting to a commodity based market. Corning did not know if they wanted to be in this market. Some of the internal technical leaders were willing to turn away from this market claiming Corning developed high margin and highly technical products. Mean while sales and marketing were pushing hard to win new work in these fields disregarding the fact that Corning was not designed to compete in a fast moving commodity market. So, although sales were down Corning still relied on making their profits with out competition pressures. They relied on patents, technical know how and substan ...
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  • Future Technology - 1,612 words
    Future Technology People often think that future is all about flying cars, robots and space travelling. Maybe it will be like that, who knows, but at least until this day the changes havent been remarkable. Companies are all the time investing more money on research and development. This indicates that companies and government are interested to achieve and find new technological inventions that would change the markets. All ready one of the computer related inventions, Internet, has changed the spreading of information globally. E-companies are stocks are rising in the stock markets like rockets. This is a great example how future technology will change the economics around the world as it a ...
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  • Harley Davidson - 1,344 words
    Harley Davidson Harley - Davidson Inc. Motorcycle Industry INTRODUCTION The purpose of this report is to develop a strategic corporate objective for HarleyDavidson Inc., a publicly traded, employee owned manufacturer of heavyweight motorcycles, recreational and commercial vehicles, military defense items, and small engines, distributing its products to domestic and international markets targeting all men and women of all ages. INDUSTRY AND COMPETITIVE MARKET The industry under study is the motorcycle industry consisting of five major manufacturers: one American (Harley Davidson), and four Japanese (Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki) and some European companies (mainly BMW of Germany and some o ...
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  • Hewlettpackard Strategy - 4,132 words
    ... services, and server/workstation sales, and the corporate realignment. These steps to counteract the recent setback are positive, and will help prepare HP for the new millenium. Section 7 Internal Analysis Strengths ?Diversification ?Brand awareness ?R & D ?new product development/improvement ?Alliances ?Creation of Agilent Tech ?International Sales Diversification: Nearly 85% of HP뭩 revenue comes from its computer and related products/services. This leaves almost 15% of revenue to come from Agilent, where sales come from testing and measurement equipment and medical equipment. Brand awareness: HP, established in 1966, has a long-standing reputation and good 밷rand awareness ...
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  • Hewlettpackard Strategy - 4,166 words
    ... back are positive, and will help prepare HP for the new millenium. Section 7 Internal Analysis Strengths Diversification Brand awareness R & D new product development/improvement Alliances Creation of Agilent Tech International Sales Diversification: Nearly 85% of HPs revenue comes from its computer and related products/services. This leaves almost 15% of revenue to come from Agilent, where sales come from testing and measurement equipment and medical equipment. Brand awareness: HP, established in 1966, has a long-standing reputation and good brand awareness in the computer industry. R & D: HP spent $3.4 billion in R&D during 1998 and placed on the market 24 new products company w ...
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  • History Of The Coputer - 2,118 words
    History Of The Coputer COMPUTER Generally, a computer is any device that can perform numerical Calculations --even an adding machine, an abacus, or a slide rule. Currently, however, the term usually refers to an electronic device that can use a list of instructions, called a program, to perform calculations or to store, manipulate, and retrieve information. Today's computers are marvels of miniaturization. Machines that once weighed 30 tons and occupied warehouse-size rooms now may weigh as little as three pounds (1.4 kilograms) and can be carried in a suit pocket. The heart of today's computers are integrated circuits (ICs), sometimes called microchips, or simply chips. These tiny silicon w ...
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  • It Technology - 2,321 words
    ... because it is in a soluble form (primarily lead oxide) that can leach 15, while the lead contained in the glass funnel and in the faceplate is in an insoluble form. Cadmium Cadmium is present in certain components, including chip resistors, infrared detectors, semiconductors, older CRTs and is sometimes present in plastics as a stabilizer. Cadmium represents approximately 0.009% of a PC by weight 16. Based on the total number of disposed PC's in Canada in 2000, this translates to 2.0 tons of cadmium. Based on the prediction that 47,821 tones of PCs and monitors will be disposed in 2005 and assuming that the average composition of this equipment will not change significantly by that year, ...
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  • Japans Rise - 1,184 words
    ... table and more certain export opportunities. Canadians viewed the trade agreements as an opportunity to improve productivity and competitiveness abroad and at home. Canadians had two main goals for the agreement; to secure a substantial further reduction in the level of foreign tariffs facing our exports and to reduce and bring under control NTB's inhibiting Canadian exports. Canada reduced protection on industries to boost efficiency and lower consumer costs however kept protection where it was still needed. The results of the agreement yielded a comparable reduction of Canadian tariffs- forty percent of Japanese, United States and EEC tariffs together helped along with comparable reduc ...
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  • Sony Corporation - 351 words
    Sony Corporation History: In January of 1958, the already well-known and successful Japanese electronics company, Totsuko, adopted "Sony" as it's new corporate name. This new name, "Sony", was an original brand name that was originally applied on Totsuko products. Even though Sony is well known for being a leader in audio-visual electronics and information technology for consumers at home, they also have reached out to larger businesses worldwide. In 1978 they formed Sony Broadcast Ltd., which focused on providing broadcast stations the best, quality products and services. This branch of the Sony Corporation is still very successful today. Sony has gone on to form a chemical corporation as w ...
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  • Taiwan And International Trade - 1,781 words
    ... example, tariffs on semiconductors are now at less than one percent and scheduled to fall to zero.27 Tariffs on semiconductor manufacturing equipment are now just under six percent and scheduled to be cut by more than 50 percent.28 Tariffs on a number of consumer electronic products, such as cassette players, are sizeablemany in the low teensand also scheduled for substantial reduction.29 Tariff reductions on these and other consumer products will undoubtedly create substantial opportunities for Taiwans trading partners and more business opportunities for Taiwanese companies. Of course, tariffs are not the only barriers to trade. A number of products are also subject to various trade lic ...
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