Compaq's Grip On IBM's Slippery Tail
Compaq Computer Corporation has become successful by producing a near clone of IBM's personal computer. The company's strategy is to remain compatible with IBM personal computers. Compaq's distribution strategy is one of the key ingredients of its success. Industry analysts question the profit prospects of a company whose success lies in the emulation of IBM. Graphs are provided which illustrate corporate performance and unit sales at US computer stores. Photographs of Rod Canion, president and two executives from Compaq are included. A chart lists financial statistics for Compaq.
Publication Name: Fortune
Subject: Business, general
2 whls w/seat: $13,000: cold-war technology, cutting-edge design. The trusty old bike has gone way upscale
Consumerism with all of its excesses has become a part of buying a bicycle for many shoppers. Many buy more than they need. Various parts of a bike priced to make it add up to a $13,000 buy are presented with the names of makers. Parts include $1,300 for pedal and crankset, and $8,000 for the frame.
Publication Name: The New York Times Magazine
Vegetables: easy & delicious
Vegetables are healthy and versatile food. Easy-to-prepare recipes for fruits and vegetables are presented.
Publication Name: New Choices for the Best Years
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