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09-Innovation-500
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Innovations, good and bad

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As he analyzed the financial crisis for Newsweek, Johns Hopkins professor Francis Fukuyama contrasted Silicon-Valley-style technological innovation and financial innovation. Supporters of financial regulation, Fukuyama wrote, had
argued that long-standing regulations like the Depression-era Glass-Steagall Act (which split up commercial and investment banking) were stifling innovation and undermining the competitiveness of U.S. financial institutions.

012-Innovation-500
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When innovation is the enemy

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We read transcripts of old Ben Bernanke speeches so you don't have to:

Seventeen months ago, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke spoke to a Fed-sponsored conference in Georgia about Regulation and financial innovation.

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017-Global-Business-500

Value Networks — The Future of the U.S. Electric Utility Industry

Electric utility companies will have to reinvent themselves to change from vertical to “virtual” integration based on value networks segmented into six areas: generation, transmission, distribution, energy services, power markets, and IT products and services.

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04-Operations-500

Reassessing the Japanese Distribution System

JAPAN’S DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS, LONG THE TARGET OF CRITICISM, ARE CHANGING. DEREGULATION, NEW MANUFACTURING IMPERATIVES, consumer behavior, and the economy have interacted to reshape Japanese distribution. The trends have important implications for global business, since the system now offers areas of opportunity for Western manufacturers and retailers.

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