Read CASE 14.1:
Where in Figure 14.1 would you place the National Geographic Society’s relationship with for-profit National Geographic Partners?
Considering Figure 14.3, what “leverageable assets” did National Geographic possess that made it an attractive partner for 21st Century Fox and later for Disney?
How might the National Geographic Society have evaluated the possibility of its partnership with 21st Century Fox with regard to the information presented in Table 14.1 in this chapter?
Some people expressed concerns about National Geographic’s partnership with 21st Century Fox as well as the subsequent purchase of National Geographic Partners by Disney. How do the concerns described in this case relate to those discussed in the section of this chapter titled “Sorting Out the Issues?” Do you share any of these concerns? If so, why?
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The act of using part or all of an assignment you submitted in another course without permission from your current instructor or without citing your work correctly.
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