Entrepreneurial leadership as a model for board performance
Product, reputation, and cash flow are the three primary areas of business that most concern an entrepreneur. A compelling product coupled with a quality reputation and the cash support for marketing and selling gives the entrepreneur the essential tools to grow a business. Without these essential tools, the entrepreneur has little likelihood of success.
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American Apparel Inc., a clothing manufacturer, distributor and retailer based in Los Angeles, has been in the news recently as controversy surrounds their founder and former CEO, Dov Charney. Charney was ousted by the company’s board in June after being accused of misusing corporate funds...
The Oxford Analytica Daily Brief ® - Tuesday, July 1 2014