Benihana Of Tokyo Case

  • Beyond Tokyo: Disney’s Expansion in Asia

    Beyond Tokyo: Disney’s Expansion in Asia 1) The cultural challenges are posed by Disney’s expansion into Asia are limited attractions based on size and local regulations, hot weather, and high ticket prices. Cultural barriers happened such as the decision to serve shark fin soup, a local favourite, greatly angered environmentalist. For example, the decision to serve shark fin soup, a local favourite, greatly angered environmentalists. It is different in Europe as they have more choices for

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  • Benihana

    1. Situación de la Empresa Benihana of Tokyo fue fundada en el año 1964 en Manhattan por el señor Hiroaki Rocki Aoki, convirtiéndose en una cadena de 15 restaurantes durante 8 años, con ganancias mayores a los 12 millones de dólares al año, contando con 3 locales en Nueva York, Chicago, San Francisco, California, Portland y Honolulu, entre otros. Los restaurantes Benihana tiene gran acogida por el publico americano, llegando incluso a recuperar su inversión en 6 meses en el primer restaurante.

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  • Benihana of Tokio

    Análisis Caso Benihana Integrantes Aimy Bugueño Verónica Ibarra Paulina Morales Katherine Rebolledo Diego Soto Profesor Claudio Thieme Asignatura Dirección Estratégica Fecha 29-09-2011 ------------------------------------------------- [Escriba una cita del documento o del resumen de un punto interesante. Puede situar el cuadro de texto en cualquier lugar del documento. Utilice la ficha Herramientas de cuadro de texto para cambiar el formato del cuadro de texto de la cita.] A. Definición

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  • Tokyo Afm

    TOKYO AFM Case Study 1. I would recommend to Matsumoto to change the way he recognized revenues by recognizing the revenues on a monthly basis for the period or straight-line method for the time of the contract. So for a five-year contract I would recognize 1/60th of the revenues each month for 60 months. So for this question I would recognize Y1,666.67 each month for 60 months. 2. I would recommend to Matsumoto to capitalize all acquisition costs incurred during the acquisition of the

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  • Case Study –

    Price Suggestion on The Current Marketing Mix Bibliography In brief, this assignment is concerned about marketing management. It covers in details about the concept of marketing mix with the aid of Sony organization which I have taken as a case study in exploring the way this organization has applied the marketing mix. In this assignment the following points are going to be discussed: 1. Sample List of Marketing Mix being used by the organization. 2. Find out if the marketing mix used

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  • Disney Case

    Ulset Title: International Modes of Entry Subtitle: The Case of Disney By, Carlos Gonzalez Hernandez This thesis was written as a part of the master program at NHH. Neither the institution, the supervisor, nor the censors are -through the approval of this thesis- responsible for neither the theories and methods used, nor results and conclusions drawn in this work. International Modes of Entry: The Case of Disney 1 Abstract The case of Disney’s theme parks represents an opportunity to test

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  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ufj, Ltd.

    OVERVIEW……………………………………………2 - History of Japanese Economy - Japanese Financial & Banking System - Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group BANK OF TOKYO MITSUBISHI UFJ………………16 - Structure - Rating - Capital - Competition - Services BANK MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS…………...……29 - Asset Management - Liability Management - Risk Management - Other Developments (Social Responsibilities) REPORTS ANALYSIS………………………………..35 - Financial Sheets - Financial Ratios FORECASTING……………………………………….38 - Forecasted

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  • Case Study

    Case Study: Disney in France1 Until 1992, the Walt Disney Company had experienced nothing but success in the theme park business. Its first park, Disneyland, opened in Anaheim, California, in 1955. Its theme song, "It's a Small World After All," promoted "an idealized vision of America spiced with reassuring glimpses of exotic cultures all calculated to promote heartwarming feelings about living together as one happy family. There were dark tunnels and bumpy rides to scare the children a little

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  • Case Study

    Sasha Fedkevich Ch. 1 Mini Case Study a) Corporate finance is important to all managers because they need to understand the value of doing business in a corporate world. From marketing to operations, managers must be able to identify only those projects which will bring value to the investors. b) Organizational forms a company might take on as it evolves are: a. Proprietorship i. Advantages: 1. Ease of formation 2. Subject to few regulations 3. No corporate

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  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi Ufj, Ltd.

    OVERVIEW……………………………………………2 - History of Japanese Economy - Japanese Financial & Banking System - Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group BANK OF TOKYO MITSUBISHI UFJ………………16 - Structure - Rating - Capital - Competition - Services BANK MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS…………...……29 - Asset Management - Liability Management - Risk Management - Other Developments (Social Responsibilities) REPORTS ANALYSIS………………………………..35 - Financial Sheets - Financial Ratios FORECASTING……………………………………….38 - Forecasted

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  • Benihana

    Benihana of Tokyo • What is Benihana selling? • Food & Beverages • Augmented product: Ambience, Atmosphere & Hospitality • Keys to Benihana’s success: • Operating costs low by bringing in the whole concept of kitchen to the dining area. 22% of total space of a unit is back of the house, compared to industry norms of 30%. Greater revenue per sq footage. • Limited menu options so food wastage is low and food costs are between 30-35% compared to industry standards of 38-48%. •

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  • Benihana

    Benihana restaurants have been operated many years ago growing up to a mayor Japanese and Sushi restaurant chain valued up to 295 MD. Nowadays this restaurant chain belongs to a mayor private equity firma called Angelo Gordon & Company. But what is it what made de Behinana so successful? How it became one of the most important restaurant chain in the USA? I will try to resume the main key factor that was fundamental to its success. All started with the dream of Rocky Aki back in the mid 60’s when

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  • Evaluation of Tokyo Times

    Pictures with Words. The first image people think of when Tokyo is mentioned is a majestic night view from afar with dazzling skylights and neon signs. For most individuals, that is the only image they can think of. In reality, Tokyo is just like any other busy and crowded cities in the world. It too, has days of unclear sky, places that no one visits, and stories never told. Perhaps this is the reason that drove Lee Chapman, a British photographer, to create a photography blog about this wonderful

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  • Sony Case

    Sony Corporation is a multination conglomerate corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan , and one of the world's largest media conglomerates with revenue of US$88.7 billion (as of 2008) based in Minato, Tokyo . Sony is one of the leading manufacturers of electronics, video communications, video game consoles and information technology products for the consumer and professional markets. Its name is derived from Sonus, the Greek goddess of sound. Sony, as an organisation, must deal with the

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  • Disney Case

    flows, capital gains and dividends for a given level of risk. Having this Western business philosophy, Walt Disney walked into the negotiation with only their shareholders’ interest in mind. They refused to compromise or lower the terms for Tokyo DisneySea Park. Walt Disney’s terms were so rigid that OL, the main Japanese investor in this contract, objected. Walt Disney was not willing to cough out anything for the construction of the park, but it imposed a 10% royalty on the admission fee

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  • Benihana Teaching Note

    Publishing. Benihana: A New Look at an Old Classic Ricardo Ernst and Glen M. Schmidt Georgetown University Abstract. This short case heavily references the “old classic” HBS case on Benihana, and is intended to be used in conjunction with a simulation that helps students gain insight into how Benihana achieved its profitability. The simulation helps bring out many key operational issues, such as how variability in demand and in processing can negatively impact profitability. The case analysis goes

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  • Case Study

    CASE STUDY 26: MALAYSIA AIRLINES Analysis of Advertising Copy for Perceived Brand Personality After reading the article of Malaysia Airlines, it was mentioned there that they said they were the leading or number airlines in Asia. I got curious why and I did some research. I found out that Malaysia Airlines (Malaysian Airline System Berhad) is the flag carrier ofMalaysia. Malaysia Airlines (MAS) operates flights from its home base, Kuala Lumpur International Airport and with a secondary hub at Kota

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  • City Report Tokyo and Karachi

    City Report: Tokyo and Karachi Mackenzie J. Kiene Cleveland State University Abstract Upon comparing and contrasting the two megacities of Karachi and Tokyo it is apparent that these are two very dissimilar metropolitan areas with only a handful of similarities. On one hand, there is Karachi, a city with one-third of its population in poverty and 40% of its residents living in the slums. On the other hand there is Tokyo, which has been deemed as one of the cleanest

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  • Benihana

    Week 2 Assignment 1: Benihana of Tokyo The Benihana of Tokyo’s concept was developed many years before its existence in America. The name and concept was adopted from the family business back in Japan, which was a small coffee shop named Benihana, which means “red flower” in Japan. This red flower was “found in the neighborhood streets, which gave Aoki the inspiration for the restaurant’s name.” (1) When Aoki’s eldest son Hiroaki (Rocky) first came to America, he envisioned introducing a different

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  • Case Studies

    w. wi l ey .c om/ c o l le ge / aak CASE 5-1 Barkley Foods Joyce Stevenson, the manager of marketing research for Barkley Foods, had just left an emergency meeting with the firm’s president. An opportunity to buy an established line of gourmet (high-quality/high-priced) frozen dinners had arisen. Because there were other interested buyers, a decision had to be made within three or four weeks. This decision depended on judgments about the future prospects of the gourmet frozen dinner

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  • Benihana - Summary

    analysis of US restaurant market, he discovered that although American enjoyed eating in exotic surrounding, they were deeply mistrustful towards exotic foods. Additionally, Americans enjoyed watching their food being prepared. Hence, he gave them Benihana, with a Habachi table that allows preparation of exotic fresh food in front of the customers,delivers it with skillful art and allows customer to participate in the cooking process. To addressed the shortage of skilled labor and keep cost low

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  • Case

    CASE 11 Starbucks—Going Global Fast The Starbucks coffee shop on Sixth Avenue and Pine Street in downtown Seattle sits serene and orderly, as unremarkable as any other in the chain bought years ago by entrepreneur Howard Schultz. A few years ago however, the quiet storefront made front pages around the world. During the World Trade Organization talks in November 1999, protesters flooded Seattle’s streets, and among their targets was Starbucks, a symbol, to them, of free-market capitalism run amok

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  • Benihana

    EXECUTIVE  MBA  2014/2015     PRODUCTION   AND   OPERATIONS  MANAGEMENT             CASE  REPORT     Porto,  24st  October  2014       PROFESSOR     GROUP  6             INTRODUCTION  –  BENIHANA  CONCEPT   Benihana   is   a   Japanese   restaurant   chain,   where   the  food  is  prepared  at  the  client  table

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  • Case Study

    communicating with their friends. DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 1. What are the privacy issues associated with Facebook ads? 2. How are Facebook ads different from that of its online rivals’ ads? 3. What are the challenges faced by Facebook ads? CASE 6-2* WENTWORTH INDUSTRIAL CLEANING SUPPLIES OVERVIEW Wentworth Industrial Cleaning Supplies (WICS), located in Lincoln, Nebraska, is experiencing a slowdown in growth; sales of all WICS products have leveled off far below the volume expected

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  • Euro Disney Case Study

    more than 170 billion in each of the last two years 2. To what degree do you consider that these factors were foreseeable and controllable by EuroDisney, Hong Kong Disney or the parent company, Disney? Most of the problems mentioned in the case (including both EuroDisney and Hong Kong Disney) were foreseeable and controllable since they were based on cultural adaptation. Disney did not look far enough into the cultural values, norms and standards of the foreign environment they were expanding

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  • Starbuck Case

    employee Howard Schultz, who rebranded his Il Giornale coffee outlets as Starbucks and quickly began to expand. In the same year, Starbucks opened its first locations outside Seattle in Canada. The first Starbucks location outside North America opened in Tokyo, Japan, in 1996. Currently Starbucks has over 20,000 stores in 65 countries. Starbuck’s growth Starbucks started off as a shop selling coffee beans and equipment in this section we will analyze Starbuck’s concept for growth and how it has become

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  • Case Study

    Case 5. Shiseido Company, Ltd.: Facing Global Competition • 667 INTRODUCTION Shiseido was founded by Yushin Fukuhara as Japan’s first Western-style pharmacy in 1872, and has shifted its focus back and forth between cosmetics and pharmaceuticals since 1915. Its strength in both areas has enabled it to weather the Great Earthquake of 1923 and World War II. It leads the cosmetic industry technologically, and has offered Japan many “firsts’’ in products. It introduced Japan to its first toothpaste

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  • Case Study

    Case Study: Disney in France Until 1992, the Walt Disney Company had experienced nothing but success in the theme park business. Its first park, Disneyland, opened in Anaheim, California, in 1955. Its theme song, "It's a Small World After All," promoted "an idealized vision of America spiced with reassuring glimpses of exotic cultures all calculated to promote heartwarming feelings about living together as one happy family. There were dark tunnels and bumpy rides to scare the children a little

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  • Bt Case

    Benihana Tokyo case 1. What are the differences between the Benihana production process and that of a typical restaurant? The following are some of the differences between Benihana and other typical restaurants.. * Interactive dining experience – Benihana produces food from point of service through the Hibachi table arrangement, in front of the customer. In normal restaurants, the customer interacts with only the waiter/server whereas in Benihana the customers interact with the waiter and the

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  • Starbuks Case

    Sandra Cabrera January 27, 2015 Case 1 1) Identify the controllable and uncontrollable elements that Starbucks has encountered in entering global markets? As I realized from the case, when Starbucks entered global markets, controllable elements that Starbucks has encountered entering the global market are similar to those in their domestic market. These include product, price, place and promotion. The Starbuck's name and image connect with millions of consumers around the globe. Internally

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  • Case

    “Disneyland” Case study How does Disneyland produce the “Disneyland Experience” in the United States? Firstly, the theme in Disneyland is the total contrast of the American daily life. It claims the focus on play, festive, clean, warmth, and child and safe which makes people forget the heavy work, adult’s life, the dangerous and cold living environment. Disney is built to be the happiest place in the world without nay decay, crime, confusion. Secondly, the Disneyland is designed

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  • Benihana Tokyo

    Benihana of Tokio 1. Resumen del Caso 2.1. Personajes Principales: * Hiroaki (Rocky) Aoki: joven graduado del City College de nueva York de la escuela de Gestion de Restaurantes a los 25 años con un capital de ahorro de $10,000 más un préstamo del banco por $20,000 abrió su primer restaurant y hasta 1972 había abierto 15 restaurantes con ganancias mayores a 12 millones dólares al año, de estos 9 eran propiedad de la misma compañía y el resto con acuerdos de franquicia o licencia

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  • Tokyo Olympics 2020

    Discursive essay Was it the right decision to hold the Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo? It was a real triumph for the whole Japan, as the Japanese capital, Tokyo, was picked by members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to host the Olympic Games in 2020, beating out rival cities. Millions of Japanese are happy with this decision and they are sure the world biggest sport event will give them a new hope, which will lead the country to a new level. On the other side, there are a lot of people

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  • Case

    Auditing Cases An Interactive Learning Approach FIFTH M F S D E D ITIO N S. B A. B M. G F. P Boston Columbus Indianapolis New York San Francisco Upper Saddle River Amsterdam Cape Town Dubai London Madrid Milan Munich Paris Montreal Toronto Delhi Mexico City Sao Paulo Sydney Hong Kong Seoul Singapore Taipei Tokyo Editor in Chief: Donna Battista Acquisitions Editor: Stephanie Wall Editorial Project Manager: Christina Rumbaugh Senior Managing Editor: Cynthia Zonneveld Production Project Manager:

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  • Case

    Case 8 500 English Sentences Scott sat looking out the window, watching a group of boys playing baseball in the school yard. Poor kids, he thought, they are the real losers in all of this. He looked down at a copy of 500 English Sentences and the endorsement letter on his desk. He glanced at the clock and realized that he had to have an answer for Mr. Honda within the hour. He was feeling very frustrated and stressed from the events of the past 10 days. He decided that he would go to the karate

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  • Benihana Case

    el macro entorno se pueden identificar diversas variables que pueden afectar a Benihana. Por el lado sociocultural y laboral, Japón posee una buena prosperidad como país, sin embargo, posee un sistema jerárquico rígido, basado en clase social, edad y educación. Debido a que prosperar en Estados Unidos y ascender en la cadena del restaurante es más fácil que en Japón, hace atractivo que el personal que requiere Benihana decida irse a trabajar a otro país. Sin embargo, este personal requerido podría

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  • Tokyo Afm

    applications: Final Cut Pro FileMaker ® Pro database software. ® , Logic ® Pro X and its Accessories The Company sells a variety of Apple-branded and third-party Mac-compatible and iOS-compatible accessories, including Apple TV, headphones, cases, displays, storage devices and various other connectivity and computing products and supplies. In July 2014, the Company acquired Beats Electronics, LLC, which makes Beats ® headphones, speakers and audio software. Apple TV Apple TV connects to

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  • Global Investors Case

    subsidiaries located in Tokyo and London, employed 52 and 40 employees, respectively. The other two subsidiaries, located in Singapore and San Francisco, employed fewer than a dozen individuals each. About 80% of the personnel employed in these offices were dedicated to trading financial assets following guidelines established by headquarters, 15% were dedicated to selling GI’s funds, and the rest were involved in operations. Recently, three highly competent senior portfolio managers in Tokyo and four in London

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  • Cultual Lens Case

    Module 10 . LearningAcross Bord.ers: Disneyland. theMore on Ml0-25 DisneyGoesto Tokyo Crossingthe Pacific In the mid-I970s, the Oriental Land Company, a ]apanese development company that owned a large tract oflandfill east ofTokyo zoned for pubIic leisure activities, approached Disney with the idea of building a Disneyland in lapan. Six hundred acreswere set asidefor the project. But, in an era of conservative (caretaking) management at Walt Disney Productions, senior executivesat

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  • Case

    CASE: IB-84 DATE: 06/27/08 PEPSI COLA PAKISTAN: FRANCHISING & PRODUCT LINE MANAGEMENT 1 In July 1991, Irfan Mustafa faced several dilemmas. As West Asia area vice president and chief executive officer of Pepsi Cola Pakistan Incorporated (PCI), Mustafa was charged with developing a strategy to grow share and profitability across PCI sales but focusing particularly on 7-Up. Pepsi Cola International had shifted focus to its global brands and, since acquiring 7Up International in 1986, had withdrawn

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  • Case

    . . . . . . 50 The Guts of Your Resume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Resume Design and Organization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Special Cases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Basic Resume Don’ts and Dos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Mail Merge Morons and Other

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  • Tokyo

    Financial Accounting Concerns 1. Tokyo AFM recognized premium revenue at the time it received the policyholder’s up-front cash payment. The company’s accountants argued that since the level of up-front payments received from policyholders had been stable over the last few years, this method was an appropriate reflection of economic reality. For example, Fuji Computers entered into a five-year insurance contract with Tokyo AFM against earthquake damage to its headquarters building. As is

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  • Tokyo Jane Case Analysis

    What might be the causes of the quality problems at Tokyo Jane (TJ)? Tokyo Jane had a long standing quality inspection system that had worked well for what they needed. Alex Grut would personally oversee quality and make sure everything was in order as it was shipped in. The problem with quality now is that inspection has gone from being inspected by a company co-founder to a member of the sales department. In order to assure the best quality possible, co-founders Alex Grut and Michel Pfeiffer should

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  • Benihana

    Kamal  SLAOUI  08/02/2016      ______________________________________________________________________        BENIHANA RESTAURANT :  SIMULATION REPORT  (incomplete)                                                      Benihana Simulation Analysis    Introduction:     Our aim is the maximization of the utilization of several inputs into output, through time  and the profits made every nights from 6 to 10:30. The inputs we had to manipulate  were : Hours of operation

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  • Eurodisney Case

    particularly like. Europeans do not care that the theme park had cost over $4 billion or that it is 4,800 acres wide. They should have emphasized the benefit one could get from visiting the park. * Over-confidence – Overwhelmed by the success of Tokyo Disney Land, Euro Disney overlooked many factors like culture and the weather. They thought that their marketing strategy in other countries would still work in Europe. * European’s view of America – According to survey done to 16 countries in

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  • Hk Disneyland Case Study

    S HONG KONG DISNEYLAND w 907M13 Michael N. Young and Donald Liu wrote this case solely to provide material for class discussion. The authors do not intend to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of a managerial situation. The authors may have disguised certain names and other identifying information to protect confidentiality. Ivey Management Services prohibits any form of reproduction, storage or transmittal without its written permission. Reproduction of this material is

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  • Case Study

    its exposure, Krispy Kreme accounts for less than 2 percent of Southern California doughnut shops. Yes, fans will drive out of their way to reach the nearest store, yet many consumers choose convenience and buy doughnuts from nearby vendors. In any case, "I don't think we're in competition with the mom-andpop shops because they're serving other things than doughnuts," such as pastries and various drinks, Reinis said. Krispy Kreme, he said, focuses on selling doughnuts by the dozen, for about $5.99

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  • Benihana of Tokyo

    Benihana of Tokyo Benihana, Inc., operator of the nation's largest chain of Japanese-themed and sushi restaurants, was founded by Rocky Aoki in 1964. By 1972, Benihana became a steakhouse with Japanese chiefs cooking in front of the customers with a various authentic food. This paper explains the unique features of Benihana and how these impact the financial performance of the company. The first Benihana restaurant opended in Japan in 1935, and was named for the small red flower that grew wild

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  • Case

    ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Dean’s Research Fellow Michael Kane and Professor Benjamin Esty, with assistance from Research Associate Fuaad A. Qureshi, prepared this case. HBS cases are developed solely as the basis for class discussion. Cases are not intended to serve as endorsements, sources of primary data, or illustrations of effective or ineffective management. Copyright © 2000 President and Fellows of Harvard College. To order copies or request

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  • Tokyo Disneyland Questions

    governance different from Anglo-American counterparts? The difference between Japanese and Anglo-Americana following : 1. An initial capital investment in Tokyo Disney Sea Park of ¥400 billion (US$3.4 billion) will be made in 2000. 2. The number of visitors will remain the same during the next four years and will increase 30% in 2002 when Tokyo DisneySea Park will be opened. They will increase 10% in 2003 and 2004. In 1997, the average admission fee per person was ¥10,421 (US$88.30). Given the

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