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Bombardier Abroad

Patterns of Dispossession

In Bombardier Abroad, Thomas examines several cases of the Canadian aerospace giant’s work in the high-speed rail sector in South Africa, China/Tibet, and Israel/Palestine and argues that … 164 View
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Bombardier, The Canadian State, And Dispossession

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The China-Tibet Case

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Wealth versus Commonwealth

From: Resilience Imperative

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For the last 200 years, the ideology of unregulated markets, free-flow-ing capital, and minimalist government has waxed and waned. The unbridled markets of the 1920s gave way to state investment … ; 36 $3.60 Add
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The South African Case

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The Israel/Palestine Case

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Political Implications and Moving Forward

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Boomtown

From: BlackBerry Town

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Howitt describes Research in Motion’s continued success, specifically from the point of view of several of the company’s key employees. 17 $1.70 Add
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Silicon Valley North

From: BlackBerry Town

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Howitt examines the growth of Kitchener-Waterloo’s growing reputation as a tech leader from the perspective of several staff and executives of other tech companies in the area. 26 $2.60 Add
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The Imports

From: BlackBerry Town

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Covers RIM’s recruitment of new employees as the company continues its incredible growth. Specifically examines the case of Dietmar Wennemer and Mark Pecen. 13 $1.30 Add
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Warning Signs

From: BlackBerry Town

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Howitt asseses Research in Motion as its success is threatened by rival companies – most notably Apple’s iPhone. 16 $1.60 Add
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The Fall

From: BlackBerry Town

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Examines BlackBerry’s precipitous fall, which evenutally resulted in Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie’s exit from the company. 17 $1.70 Add