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Signet Jewelers: All That Glitters... (9-117-038) NEW
Perez Cavazos, Gerardo;Srinivasan, Suraj;Baraldi, Monica

Marc Cohodes, a renowned short-seller, has identified weaknesses in Signet''s business strategy, which he argues is heavily reliant on providing loans to customers with subprime credit score. He believes that the company accounts for its receivables portfolio using recency accounting to hide the problem. The case presents Cohodes'' thesis, the response by Signet''s management team, as well as the reactions by sell-side analysts.

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Uber in 2017: One Bumpy Ride (9-117-070) NEW
Srinivasan, Suraj;Lorsch, Jay W.;Pitcher, Quinn


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Salesforce.com vs. Siebel (Abridged) (9-716-454) NEW
Yoffie, David B.

Explores the phenomenon of software becoming a service. Salesforce.com has catapulted into the lead for offering a customer relationship management (CRM) solution as a Web-based service. Siebel, the leader in CRM packaged software sales, has to devise a strategy to compete with salesforce.com.

Case

AKB48: Going Global? (A) (9-717-445) NEW
Alcacer, Juan;Sasamoto, Kotaro;Chayakul, Tee;Yamazaki, Mayuka

After a remarkable success in Japan, the producer of the Japanese female singing group AKB48 evaluates market opportunities overseas for his artistic creation. This case introduces the business model behind the AKB48 concept and allows students to identify what geographic market - China, Indonesia, Taiwan, The Philippines, Thailand or South Korea - is more suitable for AKB48''s first move overseas. During the discussion, students also identify the .....more

Supplement

AKB48: Going Global? (B) (9-717-446) NEW
Alcacer, Juan;Yamazaki, Mayuka

After a remarkable success in Japan, the producer of the Japanese female singing group AKB48 evaluates market opportunities overseas for his artistic creation. This case introduces the business model behind the AKB48 concept and allows students to identify what geographic market - China, Indonesia, Taiwan, The Philippines, Thailand or South Korea - is more suitable for AKB48''s first move overseas. During the discussion, students also identify the .....more

Case

Wal-Mart Update, 2017 (9-717-468) NEW
Yoffie, David B.;Baldwin, Eric

In 2017 Wal-Mart was still the world''s largest company, with over $480 billion in annual revenue and operations in 28 countries. Although it had mostly vanquished its rival discount retailers in the U.S., it was struggling to find the right growth strategy. Facing a mature U.S. market, it had looked to international sales as an engine of growth in the early 2010s, but international sales had also stagnated over the past few years. Wal-Mart''s leadership .....more

Case

MIA: Profit at the Base of the Pyramid (9-817-073) NEW
Applegate, Lynda M.;Davila Castilla, Jose Antonio;Mehta, Sarah;Sesia, Aldo

In January 2016, Guillermo Jaime had just returned home to Mexico City after attending a Harvard Business School executive education program. Jaime was the founder and CEO of Mejoramiento Integral Asistido (MIA), a company providing affordable housing to low-income Mexicans living at the base of the pyramid (BOP), defined as those living on less than $10 per day. Since its launch in 2009, MIA had built nearly 25,000 homes-which provided safe shelter .....more

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Bumper Acquisition (A1): Confidential Information for Thermo-Impact, Inc. (9-898-198) NEW
Sebenius, James K.;Kotchen, David T.

Located in Mundelein, IL, Thermo-Impact, Inc. is a rapidly growing, private firm that manufactures automotive bumpers. In 1995, a number of large automotive supply companies and a private equity investment firm offer to buy Thermo-Impact. The cases in this series focus on the offer made by the private equity investment firm, New York-based Medallion Capital, and subsequent negotiations between a Medallion principal and Thermo-Impact''s owners. This .....more

Case

Bumper Acquisition (A2): Confidential Information for Medallion Capital, Inc. (9-898-199) NEW
Sebenius, James K.;Kotchen, David T.

Located in Mundelein, IL, Thermo-Impact, Inc. is a rapidly growing, private firm that manufactures automotive bumpers. In 1995, a number of large automotive supply companies and a private equity investment firm offer to buy Thermo-Impact. The cases in this series focus on the offer made by the private equity investment firm, New York-based Medallion Capital, and subsequent negotiations between a Medallion principal and Thermo-Impact''s owners. This .....more

Supplement

Bumper Acquisition (B) (9-898-200) NEW
Sebenius, James K.;Kotchen, David T.

Picks up the negotiation between Thermo-Impact and Medallion Capital where the (A1) and A2) cases leave off. The companies began talks in 1995 when Medallion offered to buy Thermo-Impact. This case brings the negotiation through May 1996. Students view developments from the perspective of Thermo-Impact''s owners and must make decisions about how to proceed in the negotiation with Medallion. of class.

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Sunk Costs: The Plan to Dump the Brent Spar (A) (9-903-010) NEW
Watkins, Michael D.;Passow, Samuel

This case explores the conflict between Shell Oil and Greenpeace over Shell''s plans to sink the aging Brent Spar oil platform in the North Atlantic. It details the tactics Greenpeace employed and examines Shell''s responses.

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Sunk Costs: The Plan to Dump the Brent Spar (B) (9-903-011) NEW
Watkins, Michael D.;Passow, Samuel

Supplements the (A) case.

Supplement

Sunk Costs: The Plan to Dump the Brent Spar (C) (9-903-012) NEW
Watkins, Michael D.;Passow, Samuel

Supplements the (A) case.

Supplement

Sunk Costs: The Plan to Dump the Brent Spar (D) (9-903-013) NEW
Watkins, Michael D.;Passow, Samuel

Supplements the (A) case.

Supplement

Evaluating Microsavings Programs: Green Bank of the Philippines (B) (9-914-002) NEW
Ashraf, Nava;Karlan, Dean;Yin, Wesley;Shotland, Marc


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Buffer.com (9-917-019) NEW
Gallani, Susanna;Chang, Tiffany Y.;Hall, Brian J.;Shin, Jee Eun

Social media company, Buffer, wanted to establish clear company values early in its growth. One of these values was a commitment to transparency in its company practices. Buffer openly shared its business strategies and fundraising decks, among lots of other information. Even when they were hacked, the company live-blogged updates to keep their users informed as the situation unfolded. Having internally released each employee''s salary and equity .....more

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BSL: A Business School in Transition (A) The Challenge (BAB700) NEW
Kassarjian, J. B.M.


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Contract Labor at Regency Hospital: Legal and HR Dynamics (HK1101) NEW
Nath, Anjana;Saini, Debi S.

This case brings to the fore different complexities of contract labor employment by principal employers (PE) in the Indian context, including sensitivities involved in handling contract workers'' union. Regency Hospital (RH), a corporate Hospital chain in India, acquired Gedex Hospital (GH) in 2005, along with contract workers employed in the latter. In the year 1983, GH''s management decided to employ contract workers for operating its support .....more

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K-Pop: A Global Music Factory Fizzling Out (HK1107) NEW
Oh, Won-Yong;Lee, Joohyung;Jin, Michelle

As shown with Psy''s hit song, "Gangnam Style," K-Pop (Korean Pop) music has been successful recently, not only in Asia but also in many other countries. K-Pop''s current success largely stems from its systematic production system and this new business model has changed the managerial paradigm in the entertainment industry. However, recently, there has been a growing concern that K-Pop may be just a case of short-lived hype, thus it may not have sustained .....more

Supplement

Winn-Dixie Stores in 2005 (B): Cleanup on Aisle 11 (KEL416) NEW
Shein, James;Meagher, Evan

Grocery store chain Winn-Dixie had rapidly expanded in an effort to become a national retailer, and by 1999 it had more than 1,000 stores. The company began manufacturing its own products, reasoning that by owning more of the supply chain, it could offer the customer less expensive options. With its new geographic focus and manufacturing facilities, Winn-Dixie attempted to secure a position as a low-cost provider with a national presence. Instead .....more

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Sam Martin & Cathy Slater

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Tesla in 2015

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The Book Deal: Confidential Instructions for the PUBLISHER

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Veracity Worldwide in Syria: Assessing Political Risk in a Volatile Environment

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Goodbye IMF Conditions, Hello Chinese Capital: Zambia''s Copper Industry and Africa''s Break with Its Colonial Past

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Weathernews

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Amazon in 2017

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Elon Musk''s Big Bets

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The Wealthfront Generation

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Boldly Go: Character Drives Leadership at Providence Healthcare

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Pregnancy Pack: Branding with AdWords

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Tesco''s Fresh & Easy: Learning from U.S. Exit

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Following Lance Armstrong: Excellence Corrupted

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Lehman Brothers (C): Decline of the Equity Research Department

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Lehman Brothers (B): Exit Jack Rivkin

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General Electric Medical Systems--2002

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Innovation Corrupted: The Rise and Fall of Enron (A)

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Coca-Cola Co. (A): The Rise and Fall of M. Douglas Ivester

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Deaconess-Glover Hospital (C)

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Deaconess-Glover Hospital (E)

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Deaconess-Glover Hospital (D)

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Deaconess-Glover Hospital (B)

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Tom Tierney at Bain & Co. (B)

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Crisis and Response: Sexual Abuse Allegations in the Boston Archdiocese (A)

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American Medical Association-Sunbeam Deal (A): Serpent on the Staff Meets Chainsaw Al

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Family Feud: Andersen vs. Andersen (A)

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American Medical Association-Sunbeam Deal (B): The Deal Collapses

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Note on Accountability in the U.S. Health Care System

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