Apple’s values, March Madness and this week’s other interesting business stories

Apple CEO Tim Cook during a dialogue at Tsinghua University in Beijing,   China,   22 October 2014. ANSA/TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY / HANDOUT BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY

Apple’s Future.  Tim Cook says everything at Apple can change except values–Fast Company






GM Ditching Russia.  Political turmoil in Russia, combined with a weak economy and lower-than-expected sales, convinced General Motors that it isn’t worth sinking more money into the once-promising market.—Forbes



Scoring the winning points at a basketball game

March Madness at Work:  How to channel your employees’ NCAA enthusiasm to build team and infuse passion within the organization.  –Chief Executive




Empire State Building


Testing Starbuck’s Delivery: Starbucks first stop on the road to becoming a delivery service will be the Empire State Building. Beginning this week, customers will order through a Starbucks website and eventually transition to its mobile app. — Businessweek

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