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“To seize the upcoming opportunities while maintaining its competitiveness, the group plans to adapt its geographical presence to the expected demand and strengthen its best-in-class offering," he said.”
“This is a company with a strong history of service to its country, and a reputation of best-in-class offerings to its public and private customers," Ashcroft said in a statement about a company synonymous with some of the worst wartime violations in recent memory.”
“The Accent is certainly formidable, numerically: 40-mpg highway mileage, class-leading horsepower and torque (138 hp and 123 pound-feet at 4,850 rpm), and ingenious packaging, especially in the five-door model, with best-in-class cargo volume (21.2 cubic feet), better even than the brilliant Honda Fit.”
“Despite this apparent slowdown, for best-in-class VCs, raising money is a quick in-and-out 90 day process, while the rest of the wannabees spend 18 months or more raising capital.”
“Once-paragons of corporate success, firms like Johnson & Johnson, Toyota, and Goldman Sachs have all endured embarrassing public mishaps, leaving us questioning: How could these once best-in-class companies stumble so badly?”
“This is a positive sign to us, as it indicates that ethics is becoming a serious issue around the world, and foreign companies are more frequently developing best-in-class ethics and compliance programs than in prior years.”
“We compared the leadership styles of senior executives in China and India against global best-in-class executives, and the picture that emerged is worrying.”
“We found a clear dominance of the Asia 1.0 style of leadership in both China and India, while the best-in-class executives mainly had the Asia 2.0 kind of leadership.”
“Which means Hollywood must compete with the best-in-class e-retailers like Amazon and Apple.”
“Working with Carlyle, we achieved significant growth by implementing best-in-class manufacturing processes and incentive programs with United Steelworkers employees.”
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