Nbr. 233, April 2008
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- The evolving global challenge.
- Best and worst states.
- Innovation playbook.
- Scaling India's M & A peak.
- U.S. job losses for the past three months may only be the beginning.
- Hulu Hoopla?
- Routers in the sky.
- Thorns & roses.
- Trials and triumphs.
- Eye on the ball.
- CEO confidence hits record low.
- The numbers.
- Cultural capital in the C-suite: today's leaders must be as comfortable managing in Mumbai or Tokyo as they are in London or New York.
- Political party problems: what can we learn from the jockeying of political factions?
- Global leaders of tomorrow: meet 12 executives in Europe, Asia and Latin America who are reshaping global commerce.
- A time to mourn-or a time to mine? The credit crisis is unearthing a wealth of acquisition opportunities in Europe and Asia.
- Shocks to the supply chain: what happens when your carefully orchestrated logistics fall apart?
- Understanding immigration and trade: what will a shortage of skilled labor do to U.S. competitiveness?
- Lessons for the Indian market: legions of big-name companies have failed in India. Here's how to avoid joining them.
- New CEO, old team: three steps to getting the most from the team you inherit.
- Lessons from luxury travel: looking for a crash course in global business? Try jet-setting around the world.
- The wealth of nations: sometimes it's best to stick with what you know.
- No more rough justice.