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Two men near the top of the North Korean power structure are competing against each other to become foreign investment czar for the cash-strapped country, according to sources with knowledge of North Korea. North Korea experts say the contest could influence who eventually succeeds Kim Jong-il. The sources told JoongAng Ilbo yesterday that Jang Song-thaek and O Kuk-ryol, both vice chiefs of North Korea’s National Defense Commission, are competing over who can attract more foreign investment to the North. The National Defense Commission, the country’s top state organization, is chaired by Kim. “O Kuk-ryol dominated the foreign ... market research, surveys and trends
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Personalizing the drama of the Irish troubles, The Provisional American Faction, a newly released novel by David Koitz, adds a captivating international dimension to the sectarian conflict that has plagued Northern Ireland. The 1960s was a period of great civil unrest, and the IRA and Protestant militants were in constant battle. The British entered the picture in 1969 only to be caught in the middle. No one could see a resolution. Rory McCaan, a young man raised in Londonderry, and transplanted to the U.S. after becoming an orphan, leads an obscure band that only a few in his homeland know exists. He acquires vast resources ... market research, surveys and trends


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This study introduces Internet Dependency Relations (IDR) as a predictor of online consumer activities. IDR is based on the theoretical perspective of Media System Dependency theory, which postulates dependency relations between individuals and media based on the perceived helpfulness of media in meeting understanding (social/self), orientation (action/interaction) and play (social/solitary) goals. Using a cross-sectional email survey of 166 respondents ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Small manufacturing firms play a very important role in the economies of both developed and developing countries, representing well over 90 percent of all manufacturing enterprises in the world. However, it is also a common occurrence that every year many of these small firms are forced to close their doors. Of those operating, some grow rapidly while others lag behind or grow slowly. Though there exists a sizeable amount of literature on the causes of failure of small firms, empirical investigation into factors contributing to their success or growth is sparse (Ibrahim and Goodwin 1986). Furthermore, the effect of such factors ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
CRAFTON: To Run ARCA Race At Iowa
Matt Crafton will make his second career start in the ARCA Racing Series Presented by RE/MAX and Menards on Saturday, July 10, driving the Kimmel Racing No. 88 Messina Wildlife Management/Menards Ford Fusion in the Prairie Meadows 200 at Iowa Speedway. Crafton's entry means that the veteran will pull double duty at the track. Combined with his participation in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) event on July 11, Crafton will complete 400 laps on the 0.875-mile track over two days. Crafton will run Menards-backed cars for both races. The No. 88 Messina Wildlife Management/Menards Ford Fusion will carry the special ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
BUTLER: Brings Experience To Iowa
Rick Ware Racing�s Brett Butler is looking forward to the Lucas Oil 200 at Iowa Speedway this weekend. Butler has faced seven new tracks this season, and is finally going to a track that he has some experience at. �I really like racing at Iowa Speedway,� Butler said. �I raced there last year in the ARCA Remax Series and started 17th and finished 15th. Then I got the pleasure of racing the USAR Pro Cup Series Championship race at Iowa and did really well, finishing fifth as well. This brings me some valuable experience as well as confidence for this weekend.� Butler is coming off finishes of 22nd, 19th and 24th. �We know we are ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Advertising intensity and media selection
Advertising intensity and media selection. W. DUNCAN REEKIE. Department of Business Economics, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 1 Jan Smuts ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Prevention-Would the Ends Justify the Means?
Strategy development, media selection, and forma- tive research. Substantialdevelopmental research is ... proportion to the intensity with which campaign messages are aired. ... mass media advertising in influencing not only ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Secondary Stakeholder Actions and the Selection of Firm Targets
regulators or the media. Thus, identity-driven stakeholder groups are less .... studies have relied on the advertising intensity of firms to reflect the ...
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Leaders today are being questioned on their judgement more than ever before. Top government officials are being called on the carpet, The President's judgement over Iraq, the Democrat's calls for withdrawal. Industry leaders are being questioned on their decisions a lot more since Enron, MCI, Worldcom, and more have been exposed. How does one teach/learn how to make better judgements? It isn't taught in B school, is it? Well, in the April 7, 2007 article "Judgment Call", Warren Bennis says leaders are measured by the judgments they make—and he identifies three key areas where good judgment is essential. He ...