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The PMU "gets ready to launch a global offer of sports...

For several months, CEO, Philippe Germond has launched a global offer on sports betting to be ready for the opening of gaming and betting market to competition on January 1st 2010. A study carried out by Arthur D. Little has recently estimated that market at 3.4 billion euros.

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Ford prüft Verkauf von Volvo an Chinesen

The number of global players within the automobile industry will rise from now ten to fifteen within the next decade on account of the new and expanding suppliers from India and China. This development will put the established car-manufacturers under pressure, says Marc Winterhoff from Arthur D...

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Operational Excellence and PAT have an effect

The market for pharma installations is highly attractive, but bears numerous risks. On the one hand engineers have to deal with the splits between major enterprises and medium-sized businesses, on the other hand they need to have more and more special knowledge about regulatory basic conditions...

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Businesses that survive will emerge from the recession in...

The article argues that companies who take advantage of the recession in order to change their structure will end up much stronger if they survive the recession. It discusses Arthur D. Little's three sets of action for companies: 'hygiene', 'fitness', and 'muscle-building' and how they will help...

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UK lacks unity on wind energy

Matthew Jackson writes to The Independent on the lack of unity and co-ordination in the UK’s offshore wind industry. Matthew states that this lack of unity now has the UK facing major competition for foreign direct investment and that both the government and industry will have to work twice as...

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Chinesische Telekomausrüster starten Aufholjagd

The market share of Chinese telecom suppliers like ZTE and Huawei is constantly growing. Their success is not only due to their reasonable prices, but also to their power to innovate. An Arthur D. Little assessment considers Huawei along with the Swedish Ericsson in the group of the most...

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Regards croisés sur l'aéroport de 2025

It's now necessary for airport and operation management players to adapt a long-term vision and elaborate new strategies (to anticipate airport in 2025). (...) The "city airport concept" will develop in the coming years and impose a new business model to airports : to turn infrastructure...

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Electroshocks for the Auto industry

Reasonably priced electro cars for everyday use won't be available tomorrow, says Stefan Lippautz from Arthur D. Little. Currently consumers are willing to pay an extra of around 3,000 Euro for such a car which is why Lippautz sees the biggest chances for these cars in conurbations.

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“What do you consider client orientation?”

Client orientation, argues, Diethart Bühler, MD Central Europe, is most and first of all an innovation topic. It is most relevant to anticipate customer needs at a stage when customers themselves do not realize they have them. This is what H&M, Dacia or Apple did best in the past.

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Wind behind in the U.S. and China

This article explains the remarkable growth objectives the U.S. and China do have in wind power generation and how Spanish companies can benefit from them.         The article emphasizes the advantages wind power generation does have: profitability, innovation degree, energy dependence & CO2...

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