Karl Moore is an associate professor at the Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University and an associate fellow of Green Templeton College, Oxford University.

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Even Canadian subsidiaries can be world champions

One of the most important contributors to the hol- lowing out of Canada's economy has been the evolution of global multinationals. For many Canadian subsidiaries this has meant diminished responsi- bilities and strategic decision-making being …

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The importance
of Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs was exasperated but determined. It was 1983 and Jobs was in New York City meeting with PepsiCo executive John Sculley, whom he was attempting to persuade to join a struggling Apple. Negotiations having …

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The new face of globalization

Who will lead the global economy in the 2010s? Will it be the United States? Will it be China and India? Or will it be someone else? Globalization is nothing new. We can loosely define it …

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