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ON ETHICS: As a CEO leading an acquisition of a foreign firm (think of Anheuser-Busch or Cadbury), you are interviewed by a reporter from the host country. The reporter asks: "A lot of people in our country are mad about this foreign takeover of our iconic company. How would you alleviate their concerns?"
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ON ETHICS: As a CEO, you feel the price war in your industry is killing profits for all firms. However, you have been warned by corporate lawyers not to openly discuss pricing with rivals, whom you know personally (you went to school with them). How would you signal your intentions?
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Emerging Markets: Etihad Airways' Alliance Network Founded in 2003 and based in Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways is both inspired by Emirates Airlines and a direct competitor of Emirates, which is based in Dubai, a fellow emirate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Etihad, which means "union" in Arabic, has quickly become the fastest growing airline in the...
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Emerging Markets: Etihad Airways' Alliance Network Founded in 2003 and based in Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways is both inspired by Emirates Airlines and a direct competitor of Emirates, which is based in Dubai, a fellow emirate in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Etihad, which means "union" in Arabic, has quickly become the fastest growing airline in the...
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ON ETHICS: Some argue that engaging in a "learning race" is unethical. Others believe that a "learning race" is part and parcel of alliance relationships, especially those with competitors. What do you think?

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