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SharePoint Site Nintendo's “Revolution”  <h4>Authors: Sangbeom Kim, Ian Lamont, Hiroshi Ogasawara, Mansoo Park, Hiroaki Takaoka</h4>In late 2004, engineers at Nintendo Corporation were busy developing a next-generation, nontraditional, video game console, codenamed “Revolution.” With Sony and Microsoft leading the charge in the video console space, the question was whether and how the “Revolution” could help get Nintendo back on its feet. 13 months ago
SharePoint Site Sony's Battle for Video Game Supremacy  <h4>Authors: Kahn Jekarl, <a href='http://mitsloan.mit.edu/about/detail.php?in_spseqno=49965'>Cate Reavis</a>, <a href='http://mitsloan.mit.edu/faculty/detail.php?in_spseqno=12066'>John Sterman</a></h4>In November 2006, with the launch of the Sony PlayStation 3 a mere week away, Sony Corporation’s CEO Sir Howard Stringer reflected on the past 30-year history of the video game industry, while crossing his fingers that the PS3 would have a successful launch in an increasingly cut-throat industry. 13 months ago
SharePoint Site Ventures in Salt: Compass Minerals International  <h4>Authors: Rebecca M. Henderson, Ramana Nanda, <a href='http://mitsloan.mit.edu/faculty/detail.php?in_spseqno=12066'>John Sterman</a></h4>In late 2003, salt producer Compass Minerals celebrated its first day trading as a public company on the NASDAQ. Knowing that it would continue to wrestle with how to price its product and respond to competitive and environmental challenges as a publicly traded company, Compass Minerals would now have to make a compelling case for investors to hold a stand-alone salt company in their portfolio. 13 months ago

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