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July 19, 2010


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Nice article.

Chinese companies work the same way - I thought this was Asian communism in action. Apparently not.


Just wanted to say thanks for the link - added it to my instapaper to read tonight (:

I don't know yet that this could be an interesting compare and contrast for the so called individualistic vs collectivist societies (having parents born in India, I am actually somewhat intrigued by what I've observed re: this difference).


I've always found the employees at UNIQLO to be friendly, helpful and give 100% effective customer care so whether or not you agree with how they work, it definitely pays off for the brand. I feel UNIQLO's approach to business is unique and effective just like their choices of materials, style and design in their men's clothing and women's clothing ranges.


Er, thanks Joe. I have a feeling you got paid to write that. UNIQLO scares me a little.

true religion outlet

"What's good for General Motors is good for America." The very epitome of the selfish, imperious chief executive. Except he didn't actually say it. His real words were, "for years I thought what was good fadfor the country was good for General Motors and vice versa." In other words, the interests of big business couldn't be divorced from the well-being of the nation. This represented the best ethos of our business leadership when America stood at its zenith.

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