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    Founded in 1930 by Dr. Ferdinand Porsche, the company owes it success to Adolf Hitler and World War II. Porsche began as a design and engineering firm in 1931. Originally associated with the Volkswagen Beetle, Porsche was contacted by the Third Reich to design a car for the 1939 Auto-Union Grand Prix. This marked the beginning of Porsche as a sports car manufacturer. By the end of the war, Porsche established it first automobile factory. Two years later, in the design for their first sports car, the 356. “The first sports car bearing the Porsche name rolled out of a small test workshop in Gmund, Austria in June 1948,” (History of Porsche AG – FundingUniverse. n.d.). Production rolled out in 1950 and by 1951, Porsche had manufactured 1000 cars. Porsche is synonymous with such names as 911, Carrera, Cayenne, Boxster, and Spyder. In 2005, Porsche began investing into Volkswagen in an attempt to share technologies. Today Porsche produces over…

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    Porsche Macan Case Study

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    Porsche Macan- Indonesia Introduction: After serving the military for couple of years, the brand started its in house production with the launch of its first vehicle “Porsche 356”. Since then the brand has not stepped back and gained laurels by manufacturing some of the prestigious cars of the era. With the success of the Cayenne under the SUV roof top, the brand is out with a new model under the same segment- Porsche Macan. Introduced at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show and the 2013 Tokyo Motor…

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    Porsche Porsche Case

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    Case One: PORSCHE “How Porsche Created New Relevance for a Revered Icon” Case Summary : The Porsche 911 - revered icon and heart and soul of the Porsche brand, was facing a precipitous sales decline due to uncertain economic situation in United States. Its ultra-performance credentials made it an impractical purchase, as recession-impacted luxury sports car buyers who were seeking every-day drive-ability. The "Engineered for Magic, Every Day" campaigned proved that the 911 - and in fact all…

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    Volkswagen Failure Essay

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    After experiencing the less effective nature of crowded decision-making meetings, co-determined companies found a way to two-layered discussions meetings of which labor-representatives firstly discussed the issue among themselves and then came to the supervisory board. As an overall summary, dominant shareholder percentage of Porsche and Piech families comes to the stage with a big and powerful conflict of interest. Other than this, governmental share is the major part of the…

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    Volkswagen Ag Essay

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    Volkswagen AG is a German automobile group, which produces a wide range of cars, vans, motorcycles, and trucks. The company's headquarters is located in Wolfsburg, Germany. In 1934 there was a meeting in Berlin between Jacob Berlin - the commercial director of Daimler-Benz - and the new Chancellor of Germany Adolf Hitler. Adolf came up with an idea of creating the "people's car" that would be reliable, sturdy and affordable. One year after this meeting, the team had a finished product, thanks to…

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    KEY FACTS: 1. The first Volkswagen was designed by Ferdinand Porsche during 1930’s in Germany. 2. The company’s internationally popular model was Beetle by the late 1940’s.It has been the best-selling car of all time. 3. The launch of JETTA has given a new way for the short term recovery of which was known as “Valley of Despair” within the company. 4. By 2003, despite of adverse currency exchange rates and high oil prices and the overloaded worldwide auto industry VWoA prospects were Favorable.…

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    In the context of corporate governance, VW is a publicly listed company, with headquarters in Germany, which has a double tier system of corporate governance that involves employee participation. Major shareholders are the family of founder Ferdinand Porsche with 50.7%, the federal sate of Lower-Saxony and the state of Qatar with 20% stakes each. Public shareholders hold less than 10% of the shares. In general, this board organization with main shareholders, strong stakeholders…

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    founder Enzo Ferrari was raised and started the production of these luxurious cars. It has been established in the late 1940s, that very same year Enzo Ferrari drove the very first model of a Ferrari car, 125 S out onto the roads. That very same year Ferrari also took part in Formula 1 racing, with their very own car instead of the Alfa Romeo that they used to race with, and has ever since conquered many races over the years. Currently, some of the yielding members of this multibillion company…

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    Jaguar Swot Analysis

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    Jaguar Cars : Top Sports CarsAbout Us This website is dedicated to Top Sports cars Jaguar Cars is a British automobile manufacturer famous for luxury car saloon and sports cars. History Founded in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company by William Lyons, it was renamed Jaguar Cars after World War 2 because of the unfavorable connotations of the initials, Schutzstaffel. The company is now owned by the Ford Motor Company. Jaguar is known for its luxury saloons and sports cars, market…

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    Continental AG Type Aktiengesellschaft Traded as FWB: CON Industry Automotive Founded 1871 (146 years ago) Headquarters Hanover, Germany Key people • Wolfgang Reitzle, (Chairman) • Elmar Degenhart, (CEO) Products Tyres, brake systems, powertrain and chassiscomponents, automotive safety, vehicle electronics[1] Revenue €44.550 billion (2017)[2] Operating income €7.6 billion (2017)[2] Profit €3.1 billion (2017)[2] Total assets €42.4billion (2017)[2] Total equity €14.735 billion…

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