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Adam Silver faces his first real crisis as commissioner of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Because of a tweet by a team’s executive, the league’s long-standing and lucrative relationship with China was imperiled. The tweet showing...
Jesse Cole had created a college-level amateur baseball team that sold one season ticket in its first two months of existence. Miraculously, by the end of the first season, Jesse had turned things around as the team began selling out every home...
The first Ikinari Steak location in the United States opened in Manhattan’s East Village in February 2017. Rapid expansion in Manhattan was planned over five years, and 11 locations were opened by 2018. However, the standing-only fast-casual...
Pizza originated in seventeenth-century Naples, Italy, where it became a mainstay for the poor. In the twenty-first century, pizza was no longer considered food for the poor, but its economic attainability remained an important brand element....
This case study focuses on the success of Felipe Lopez as the CEO of companies in a medium-sized city in Colombia. The case allows students to examine different leadership theories and styles by exploring Lopez’s characteristics, experiences,...
A fintech mortgage company, Better.com, recently positioned itself to go public. Investor momentum began to slow, however, largely because of Founder and CEO Vishal Garg’s
multiple management misjudgments. When Garg fired a large number...
Moderna, Inc.: Protecting Against Corporate Espionage Gray, J.; Turner, K.; Mather, K.; O’Rourke, J. S. (editor) We live in a world where large corporations operate in a matrix of highly competitive markets. Companies in the private...
Shake Shack’s leadership found itself in a difficult situation when, after initially accepting $10 million in PPP (Payroll Protection Program) funds early in the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the company decided to return the money. As the...
This descriptive case discusses rebranding strategies in the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry. The case demonstrates Popeyes’ brand evolutions during changing customer expectations. As defined by Aaker’s (1992) widely used framework, a...
The Joni Rogers-Kante & SeneGence case touches on topics of skyrocketing growth, the operational and leadership shifts that accompany such growth, industry ethics, home-based business, family business, legacy and succession planning, goal-...