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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

 

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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