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Published by:
Rady School of Management UC San Diego
Published:
8/11/2009
Specs:
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
36 pages Saddle-stitched
Category:
Business & Finance
Tags:
business, business plan, ceo transitions, GenProbe, medical tourism, Nobel Prize winner, psychology, Sony, stan glasgow

Business & Psychology by Craig R.M. McKenzie, In Response by Harry Markowitz, Medical Tourism: A Solution to the Healthcare Crisis? by Matthew Dunphy, Is the U.S. Following in Japan's Footsteps? by Tetsuo Mizunuma, Big Shoes to Fill: How CEO Transitions Benefit from Internal-External Candidates by Brent Applegate, The Future of Sony: A Conversation with Stan Glasgow by Juli Iacuaniello, The Business Plan: What it Really Boils Down To by Marcos Rivera

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