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Competition for Europe - Dubai builds the world’s biggest airport

The current slump in the global airline industry does not keep Dubai from its plans to build the world’s biggest airport that will set new standards in terms of size and efficiency, says Ralf Baron. At the same time Emirate Airlines stay on track of their growth path and have ordered 58 AirbusA380...
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Mobile TV is an ongoing problem

As of now, Mobile TV is not yet a success story. A global study from Arthur D. Little says that only one percent of all mobile owners use mobile TV. While there are some growing markets in countries such as South Korea and Italy, a working business model is yet to be found. However, mobile TV could...
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On-line gaming: battle has begun

The numerous candidates for the market of online gaming quarrel over a 2 billion euro bonanza. Arthur D. Little is talking of € 3.4 billion in 2015.
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China: The Auto Industry's Latest Darling

Not for nothing did Stuttgart car manufacturers Porsche present their newest luxury model " Panamera" at the Shanghai Motor Show. Over the last few years China has developed into one of the most important locations for the automotive industry and is now ready to take a leap: The country...
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The air gets thinner

Through the various crisis in the last years the international airline industry has learnt to cope much better with the results of the current economic slump, says Ralf Baron. The practice leader of the Travel & Transportation Team at Arthur D. Little says that the airline industry is much more...
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Franklin et Frieh & Associés interviennent sur la cession du groupe Marle...

Created in 1978 in France, the Marles Group has become the European leader in steel implants. Investment Fund Carlyle, wishing to acquire the company, asked Arthur D. Little (Frederic Thomas and Guillaume Warnan) to provide them with a strategic due diligence which they did. They now own 80% of the...
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Fall of the Moravia Energo company

In this article, Dean Brabec from Arthur D. Little’s Energy & Utilities Practice answers among others, the following questions: Did the fall of the Moravia Energo company come out of the blue? Was it possible to predict the situation, or even to prevent it? Where to look for the main causes of...
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Ryanair is benefiting from the current recession, says airline boss Michael O'Leary. But he’s suffered a dampner not only in his attempts to negotiate crisis-induced super-discounts with Airbus, airports are also no longer willing to meet the Irish low-cost airline part-way in its demands for fee...
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500 employees will be given notice at Malmö University Hospital?

Malmö University Hospital has financial problems, the total deficit for 2009 and 2010 amount to SEK 300 million. An analysis from management consultancy Arthur D. Little shows that this corresponds to 670 full-time employees. However with other cost-cuttings added, the Hospital Director believes...
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Fears over Chavez Threaten Oil Auction

The future of one of the world's biggest oil auctions is in jeopardy as Venezuela's socialist government and oil companies remain at loggerheads over terms to develop a key oil field. Repeated delays in the bidding for rights to exploit the Orinoco Belt reflect investor concerns about political...
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