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Brand and Brand Building

(BusinessWeek) Creating an Effective Brand
(BusinessWeek) Pruning The Tree of Marketing Theory
(BusinessWeek) Empty Words Filled With Delusion
(BusinessWeek) What Exactly Is a Brand?
(BusinessWeek) Building a Two-Faced Brand
(BusinessWeek) How We Figure In Lifes Ledger
(BusinessWeek) The False Debate About Focus

Marketing Finance and Metrics

(CMO Council) What’s Really Behind The Metrics Drive
(BusinessWeek) The Value Challenge for Marketing
(BusinessWeek) The Cost of Opportunity
(BusinessWeek) Value Beyond the Balance Sheet
(BusinessWeek) Doing a Number on Consumer Metrics
(BusinessWeek) Marketing Finally Measures Up
(BusinessWeek) Across the Great Divide: Part 2
(BusinessWeek) The Bang for Your Marketing Buck

Marketing Technology

(BusinessWeek) The Real Internet Revolution
(BusinessWeek) Things that Go Beep in the Night
(BusinessWeek) Surfing for Offshore Labor
(BusinessWeek) The Woman Behind the Code
(BusinessWeek) Unpatriotic? Not Me.
(BusinessWeek) The Pendulum of Human Endeavor
(BusinessWeek) Mr. Kenton Goes to Washington
(BusinessWeek) What I Told Congress
(BusinessWeek) The Changing Face of Offshore Outsourcing

General Marketing

(Executive Decision) The New Requirements of the CMO
(Executive Decision) The Ultimate Purpose of Marketing
(Executive Decision) Marketing Is Misunderstood
(BusinessWeek) Marketing’s Biggest Challenge
(BusinessWeek) Undercover With Market Research
(BusinessWeek) When Sales Meets Marketing Part I
(BusinessWeek) When Sales Meets Marketing Part II
(BusinessWeek) When Sales Meets Marketing Part III
(BusinessWeek) Across the Great Divide: Part 2
(BusinessWeek) Good, Bad and Ugly Marketing
(BusinessWeek) Find Your Way with a Marketing Map
(BusinessWeek) A Modest Proposal for California
(BusinessWeek) A SPAM Law that Hurts Small Businesses
(BusinessWeek) A Simple SPAM Solution

General Business

(BusinessWeek) To Save a Town Why Did They Destroy It?
(BusinessWeek) The Truth No Matter What
(BusinessWeek) The Battle To Strike a Moral Balance
(BusinessWeek) An Indecently Hasty Proposal
(BusinessWeek) A Hard Lesson in Trust and Contracts
(BusinessWeek) Postcards From the Recovery
(BusinessWeek) An End and A New Start

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  1. troy harris


    Thank you for your contribution. I’m going through your Business Week Online items and find them helpful in my difficult attempt to figure out “who I am” and “where I stand” as a yoga researcher/consultant/teacher exceptionally well developed in the Core Competencies and Values, but who also stands in open opposition to Industrial Yoga’s universally replicated procedural models.

    Perhaps in your strong determination to concretize the conceptual sense and scope of Brand you are overlooking the possibility that there is something extremely unclassifiable to the Core Ontology of its Revaluative Presence. After all, Net Present Value is an economic/financial concept, whereas Branding is essentially a marketing ploy; a proponderation of scam. And if so, it may rather be placed in the company of such Public Relations tools as Perception Management and Strategic Communication. In fact conceptually, Branding could be something different still, as it seems to converge with the rhetorical sentiment of metaleptic mimesis.

    Best regards,
    (American in Singapore)

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