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|Business is a combination of war and sport. —ANDREA MAUROIS, THE LIFE OF |
DISRAELI NEW! IMPROVED! FUNDRAISING! Enterprise does not mean you
never have to fundraise again. That skirmish goes on. But it does mean you won't
|Men Play to Win or Lose “Business is a combination of war and sport,” said the |
French writer André Maurois. Men tend to see business in terms of win or lose.
Books written by men on how to succeed in business often advise that the best
Dilwyn Porter, Adrian Smith - 2014 - 216 pages
|... anything morethan a goodclub cricketer'who, because heran a greengrocery |
business, wasnot available for the full season. ... 32 Wooller modelled
himselfonthe autocratic Turnbulland wasfiercely competitive,a combination of
|In the United States, sport is undisputedly big business, and the |
professionalization of sport is incredibly pervasive. ... The combination of big
business financial stakes, mass media hype, and fervent fan attachment to teams
tends to create a pressured, zero-sum evaluation philosophy ... The complexity of
the system results from massive growth and great diversification since World War
II (Camy, 1996).
|The case of Princeton's Hobey Baker, the epitome of the Ivy League ideal, is |
illustrative: "a combination of Tom Brown ... Like war and religion, sports became
serious business as business itself was increasingly lauded from rostrum and
|The Civil War through the Gilded Age, 1861-1899 Anita Stamper, Jill Condra. |
such as Wellesley (1873), Smith (1875), and Bryn Mawr (1884) sprang up, and
within those colleges women competed in many different sports. ... Publishing
became a big business. The combination of standardized education and Andrew
Carnegie's commitment to establishing libraries in cities and towns across the
|THE GLOBALISING MEDIA SPORT INDUSTRIES In the field of sport, it has been |
the combination of the emergence of a world media system, the development of
transnational corporations, and the foundation of an international sport system
that has given the sports business its ... International sporting contact developed
rapidly between the twentieth century's two world wars, butjust as the spread of
|It was this group which, over the inter—war period, evolved into a coherent |
community which, had it not been for the Second World ... In terms of economic
integration, the chapter analyses the independent Japanese businesses, which
were divided into two ... Among the 'independents', it was ultimately the
combination of economic integration and social integration that determined ...
Chapter 5 explores other dimensions of the Japanese community — the arts,
religion and sports.