Posts Tagged ‘ Harvard ’

Ortega Tops Buffett With Zara Fortune of $53.6 Billion

José Luis Nueno Businessweek

Ortega keeps inventory low and stock fresh by constantly feeding stores new fashions instead of tying designs solely to seasons. Competitor Hennes & Mauritz AB (HMB) of Sweden, Europe’s No. 2 clothing retailer by revenue, can’t act as quickly because it outsources all of its production, according to a 2003 Harvard Business School study...
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Harvard Business School ziet brood in economisch model Real Madrid


Ondanks dat het land een van Europa's grootste slachtoffers van de recessie is, kon men tijdens het zomerreces nergens anders in de eurozone tippen aan de kooplust van de Spaanse voetbalclubs. Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaká, Karim Benzema, Xabi Alonso, Zlatan Ibrahimovic... allen verhuisden ze in het tussenseizoen naar Real Madrid of aartsvijand FC Barcelona. Sommigen...
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The drain to Spain

IT IS kick-off time for European soccer. As national league seasons open across a continent that still manages to attract the world’s top talent, eyes are turning to the so-called galácticos– the superstars joining Spain’s La Liga. Spain is posting some of Europe’s worst GDP numbers, yet summer spending on soccer players has been...
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