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9. From a lecture by Mohan Sawhney, faculty member at Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University, June 4, 1998.
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1S. E. Jerome McCarthy, Basic Marketing: A Managerial Approach, 1Sth ed. (Homewood, IL: Irwin, 1999). Two alternative classifications are worth noting. Frey proposed that all marketing decision variables could be categorized into two factors: the offering (product, packaging, brand, price, and service) and methods and tools (distribution channels, personal selling, advertising, sales promotion, and publicity).
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SC. Akio Morita, Made in Japan (New York: Dutton, 19S6), ch. 1.
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ââ. Suzanne L. MacLachlan, "Son Now Beats Perdue Drumstick," Christian Science Monitor, March 9, 1995, p. 9; Sharon Nelton, "Crowing over Leadership Succession," Nation's Business, May 1995, p. 5S.
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