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Case study Catalouge - August 2006 - ICFAI

  1. 1. Case Study Catalog August 2006 ICFAI Center for Management Research Plot No. 49, Nagarjuna Hills, Punjagutta, Hyderabad, India - 500 034.
  2. 2. ICFAI Center for Management Research 49, Nagarjuna Hills Panjagutta, Hyderabad India - 500 082 Phone: 91 - 40 - 23430462/63, Fax: 91 - 40 - 23430467 e-mail: icmr@icfai.org, Website: www.icmr.icfai.org © 2006 The Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India. ISBN 8189410199 Ref. No. CAT – 07 2K6 01
  3. 3. Caselets 201 2000, as he was one of the key celebrity Market Entry Strategies of endorsers for Siyaram’s J. Hampstead brand Starbucks Marketing Management of clothing. The caselet discusses the measures taken by the company to reduce Abstract the impact of the controversy. It examines Tasty Bites: the brand-building efforts of Siyaram for its J. Starbucks is one of the leading international Target Marketing in USA Hampstead brand of clothing. food retailing chains. The caselet examines the market entry strategies used by Starbucks Issues Abstract in various countries. The caselet discusses the evolving coffee drinking culture around Tasty Bite Eatables Limited (TBEL) is a food Celebrity endorsements in India; Marketing the world and the role of Starbucks in the services company manufacturing and of textiles in India; Pitfalls of celebrity growth of this culture. The caselet outlines marketing ready-to-serve (RTS) food endorsements; Crisis management in the efforts of Starbucks in customizing the products, processing vegetables, and leasing marketing. service offerings according to local customer cold storage facilities. The caselet describes ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 028 needs and culture. the company’s performance since its inception Industry ................. Textiles and Garments till the late 1990’s which was not encouraging. Issues Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 It mentions a strategic initiative called ‘4C approach’ undertaken for reviving the Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Modes of entry into foreign markets; Design company. The caselet discusses the target of service offerings; Challenges in international market segmentation by the company in the food retailing. The Launch of Scorpio: highly competitive US market. It analyzes A Sports Utility Vehicle ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 030 the marketing mix elements used by TBEL to successfully market its ready-to-serve Industry ......................................... Retailing products in the USA. Abstract Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Issues Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. (M&M) was the flagship company of the Mahindra Group, a Segmentation and target marketing; Marketing diversified business group with interests in Short Messaging Service (SMS): ethnic food products in USA; Global marketing key sectors of the Indian economy. The urge Emerging Tool for Advertisers strategy; Packaging as a marketing mix to develop a world class vehicle resulted in element. the launch of ‘Project Scorpio’ by M&M in Abstract ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 032 1996. This resulted in India’s first indigenous Industry ............................................ FMCG sports utility vehicle, Scorpio, in 2002. The The caselet examines prominence of short caselet discusses the advertising and Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 messaging service (SMS) as a marketing promotion strategy followed by the company Case Length ................................. 4 Pages communication tool among Indian advertisers. in marketing Scorpio. The caselet also The caselet gives a description of the various explains the company’s ‘designed to cost’ objectives for which SMS campaigns are being Surrogate Advertising Practices strategy that helped in pricing the vehicle used by advertisers. It discusses some of competitively. in Indian Liquor Industry the prominent SMS campaigns launched by the Indian advertisers. Finally, it outlines the Issues Abstract pitfalls and disadvantages associated with the use of SMS as a marketing communication Pricing decisions in Indian automobile Industry; The caselet describes the regulatory tool. Promotion and positioning a new product in framework for marketing liquor products in the automobile Industry; Event marketing as India. It examines the promotional mix Issues a marketing communication tool. elements used by liquor companies to promote their products. In the year 2000, I&B SMS as a marketing communication tool; ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 027 Ministry barred TV channels from telecasting Objectives of marketing communication Industry .......................... Auto & Ancillaries liquor and cigarette advertisements. The campaigns; Design and implementation of Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 caselet discusses the steps taken by the SMS advertising campaigns; Challenges and Case Length ................................. 5 Pages Indian government to monitor the disadvantages of SMS advertising. advertisements broadcast by these ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 029 companies. Finally, it focuses on the surrogate Branding Commodity Product: Industry ................ Media & Entertainment and ‘socially responsible’ advertising route Indian Salt Industry Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 used by liquor companies to promote their products, after the ban on direct liquor Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Abstract advertisements in 2000. Issues The caselet discusses the evolution of salt Perils of Celebrity Endorsements: market from a commodity product to a The Siyaram Example Regulatory framework and its influence on branded product. It examines the entry of marketing strategy; Efficacy of surrogate organized players into salt market. The caselet Abstract advertising; Marketing liquor products in India. describes in detail about marketing and positioning strategies of various branded salt ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 031 Siyaram Silk Mills Ltd. (Siyaram), is one of companies. It highlights the frequent Industry ........................................... Liquors India’s leading textile companies. The repositioning and relaunch exercises of the Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 company was badly affected by the match branded salt product companies. fixing controversy involving Hansie Cronje, Case Length ................................. 5 Pages captain of the South African cricket team in
  4. 4. Caselets 202 Issues brand extension initiatives that made Nivea P&G’s Online Marketing Research the leading personal care brand in the world. Initiatives Marketing commodity products; Branding It gives a detailed explanation of ‘Nivea strategies of Indian salt companies; Positioning Universe’ framework developed by the Abstract strategies of Indian salt companies. company with the objectives of streamlining and executing the brand extension efforts. The caselet highlights the emphasis on ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 026 marketing research at Procter & Gamble Industry ............................................ FMCG Issues (P&G). It examines the evolution and growth Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 of marketing research efforts of the company. Brand-building strategies of personal care Case Length ................................. 5 Pages The caselet focuses on the increased use of product companies; Implementing brand internet by P&G for its marketing research extension initiatives; Umbrella brand and its initiatives. Finally, it explains the advantages Ranbaxy and its Global Marketing prominence; Product innovation and and disadvantages associated with the online Strategy customer-focused marketing. marketing research initiatives. ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 021 Issues Abstract Industry ............................................ FMCG Importance of marketing research for FMCG Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 The caselet talks about the global marketing companies; Qualitative research Vs Case Length ................................. 5 Pages strategy followed by Ranbaxy that helped Quantitative research; Use of technology in the company to become an Indian MNC. It marketing research; Efficacy of online examines the company’s focus on generic Failure of New Coke marketing research initiatives. drug markets that involves identifying off-patent drugs and capturing the market for these ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 023 Abstract drugs. The caselet discusses the company’s Industry ............................................ FMCG strategy towards prescription drug market. On April 23, 1985, Coca-Cola, the largest Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Finally, it highlights the challenges that aerated beverage manufacturer of the world, Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Ranbaxy might face in pursuing its global launched a sweeter version of the soft drink marketing strategy successfully. named ‘New Coke,’ withdrawing its traditional Nutraceutical Product Market 99 years old formula. The caselet examines Issues the factors that prompted the company to in India undertake such an initiative. It provides details Global marketing strategy and Indian about the market research study conducted Abstract companies; Product strategy in global by Coca-Cola prior to the launch of New markets; Role of environmental analysis in Coke. The caselet explains the marketing In India, the nutraceutical market pegged at designing global marketing strategy; Global and financial implications of the launch of New Rs 16 billion, is still evolving. With increasing pharmaceutical market. Coke. Finally, it discusses the subsequent awareness about health and the risk of lifestyle ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 025 withdrawal of New Coke and the re-launch of disorders, consumers are looking at Classic Coke. Industry ..................... Pharma and Biotech nutraceuticals as effective products. The Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 caselet analyzes the reasons behind slow Issues growth of this market. It examines the efforts Case Length ................................. 4 Pages being made by Indian nutraceutical product Challenges in marketing research; Importance companies to increase the pace of the growth of brand loyalty; Emotional attachment of Philip Morris International: by launching products that appeal to Indian consumers with brands; Product customers and exploring more distribution Entry Strategy in India management and new product development. channels. ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 020 Abstract Industry ............................................ FMCG Issues Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Philip Morris International (PMI) tied up with Consumer beliefs and attitudes; Brand-building Case Length ................................. 4 Pages the Barakat Foods and Tobacco Pvt. Ltd., to and brand awareness in nutraceutical market; distribute cigarettes under a non-exclusive New product development and product distribution agreement. The caselet describes McDonald’s Employee Training management in nutraceutical market; Quality in detail the company’s cautious entry into initiatives in nutraceutical market. Programs India through the import route circumventing stringent Indian regulatory framework. It gives ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 022 a brief mention of PMI’s pricing policy. Finally, Abstract Industry ..................... Pharma and Biotech the caselet examines the implications of PMI’s Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 The caselet talks about McDonald’s focus on entry for the domestic tobacco Industry. Case Length ................................. 3 Pages employee training. The caselet provides a Issues detailed account of McDonald’s employee training programs that are highly structured Nurturing a Mother Brand: Nivea Regulatory Issues in cigarette market; Pricing and are based on the company’s core of cigarettes; Impact of international tobacco principles - quality, service, cleanliness, and Abstract companies on Indian players. value (QSC&V). Apart from the training programs at each region or locality, the ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 024 The caselet examines the evolution of Nivea company also has a centralized training entity from a single product brand into the world’s Industry ......................... Tobacco Products called Hamburger University, situated in Oak number one personal care brand with 300 Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Brook, Illinois, USA. The caselet describes products spanning across 14 categories. The Case Length ................................. 4 Pages the programs conducted at this university. caselet illustrates the company’s successful
  5. 5. Caselets 203 Issues ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 017 HPCL: Customer Service Industry ......................................... Retailing Initiatives Importance of people in marketing Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 management; Importance of employee training Abstract Case Length ................................. 3 Pages in service Industry; In-house training vs third party training. The caselet explains the efforts of Hindustan KVIC’s Branding and Product ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 019 Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) to improve customer service levels in its LPG Quality Initiatives Industry ............................................ FMCG business to differentiate its services from the Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 competition. It describes the focus of the Abstract Case Length ................................. 3 Pages company on three aspects – quality, safety, and convenience. Finally, the caselet Khadi and Village Industries Commission provides details about HPCL’s Rasoi Ghar Product Management at Maruti (KVIC) is a statutory body that was set up to scheme offered for the rural customers. promote khadi and village industries. However Udyog Limited it faced problems in expanding its market and Issues improving sales during late 1990’s. The Abstract caselet highlights KVIC’s efforts to revamp its LPG market in India; Customer service as marketing strategy in order to expand its The caselet provides an overview of Maruti differentiator; Marketing strategies in market and improve its sales. It examines Udyog Limited’s (MUL) product mix strategy commodity product markets. the market survey conducted by KVIC to since its inception to early 2000’s. The caselet ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 014 ascertain the perceptions of customers and describes the product mix adopted by the channel members about KVIC products and Industry ......................... Oil & Natural Gas company during 1990’s. It examines the its outcomes. Finally, the caselet discusses changing competitive environment in the Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 the changes that KVIC made to its marketing Indian automobile Industry during late 1990’s Case Length ................................. 3 Pages strategy based on the survey results. especially in the small car segment where MUL has a strong presence. This segment Issues Repositioning of Honda City has seen the launch of three models Matiz (Daewoo), Santro (Hyundai), and Indica Branding of products; Product quality and its (TELCO). Finally, it discusses MUL’s Abstract importance in marketing strategy; Distribution response to the increased competition. strategies of product companies. The caselet provides an overview of Indian Issues car market in 1998 and the rapid changes that ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 016 took place in Indian car market by 2003 that Industry ............................................ FMCG Product management and new product weakened the positioning of Honda City, the Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 development; Importance of understanding mid-size car launched by Honda Siel Cars Case Length ................................. 4 Pages competitive environment; Analyzing product India Ltd (HSCI). The caselet describes the mix; Indian automobile market. efforts made by HSCI to reposition the car model at the lower end of mid-size car ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 018 Kellogg’s Positioning Strategy segment by offering a low powered fuel Industry .......................... Auto & Ancillaries in India efficient model at a lesser price. Finally, it Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 highlights the changes that were taking place Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Abstract at a global level that prompted HSCI to undertake such repositioning exercise. Kellogg, the wholly owned Indian subsidiary Loyalty Card Programs in of the U.S-based Kellogg company, entered Issues the Indian market in September 1994 with an Indian Retailing initial offering of cornflakes, wheat flakes and Positioning strategies of Indian automobile Basmati rice flakes. But its products failed in companies; Need for repositioning of a Abstract the Indian market. The caselet examines the product/service; Product management reasons behind the failure of the company’s With increasing competition, retailers have to strategies of Indian automobile companies. marketing strategy. The caselet discusses find ways to retain existing customers while ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 013 the changes made to the product and its trying to woo new customers at the same Industry .......................... Auto & Ancillaries positioning that helped Kellogg in improving time. One way to retain customers is to offer its sales and market share in India. Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 incentives for repeat buyers. This is done by offering card-based frequent-shopper Case Length ................................. 3 Pages Issues programs. The caselet talks about the growth of loyalty card programs in the Indian retailing Positioning strategies of FMCG companies; Branding Initiatives of Himalaya Industry. It describes the features of the loyalty Design and implementation of global marketing Drug Company card programs run by some of the prominent strategy; Need for understanding consumer Indian retailers including Shoppers’ Stop, behavior. Piramyd, Akbarally’s, and Ebony. Abstract ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 015 Industry ............................................ FMCG Issues The caselet explains the strategy of the Himalaya Drug Company (HDC) to brand its Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Loyalty card programs and customer loyalty; products under “Ayurvedic Concepts” in Case Length ................................. 3 Pages Customer relationship management through 1999. It describes the promotional and retailing loyalty card programs; Design and strategy followed by the company to market www.icmr.icfai.org implementation of loyalty card programs. its new brand. Finally, the caselet examines
  6. 6. Caselets 204 the reasons behind HDC’s decision to bring ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 010 marketplace. It discusses the APEX fare all its brands under an umbrella brand schemes launched by various domestic Industry ............................................ FMCG ‘Himalaya’. airlines. The caselet talks about some of the Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 innovative promotional schemes that were Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Issues launched by these companies. Marketing in pharma and healthcare Industry; Issues Private Branding by FoodWorld Brand-building in marketing management; Role of retail strategy in marketing management; Pricing strategies in Indian airlines Industry; Abstract Pros and cons of umbrella branding. Sales promotion in airlines; Competition as a ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 012 key consideration for designing marketing The caselet provides a brief description of strategy. Industry ..................... Pharma and Biotech FoodWorld, India’s leading food retailer, and its operations. It discusses FoodWorld’s Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 007 private branding initiatives and the rationale Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Industry .......................................... Aviation behind such a strategy. The caselet examines Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 the advantages and the pitfalls associated Case Length ................................. 4 Pages GCMMF: Going Beyond Amul with private branding initiatives. Issues Abstract Growth of Digital Camera Market Food retail sector in India; Marketing strategies in India The caselet talks about Gujarat Cooperative of Indian retailers; Private branding and its Milk Marketing Federation (GCMMF)’s merits and demerits. diversification initiatives. GCMMF began Abstract diversifying into other segments since mid- ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 009 The caselet provides an overview of the 1990’s and it entered into segments such as Industry ......................................... Retailing digital camera market in India. It examines ice-creams, branded yoghurt, and carton milk Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 the factors that helped digital cameras register market. The caselet focuses on the company’s Case Length ................................. 4 Pages a higher sales growth rate than roll-based entry into the ready-to-eat segment. The analog cameras. The caselet outlines the caselet provided details for the launch of challenges and problems that hinder the GCMMF’s pizza products under SnowCap Direct Marketing by growth of digital cameras in India. Finally, it brand. Finally, it describes the company’s Eureka Forbes gives a brief description of the global status of future plans for its pizza business. digital camera Industry . Abstract Issues Issues Diversification strategies of Indian food product Eureka Forbes followed the globally ‘tried and companies; Pizza market and its market tested’ direct selling route for marketing its Digital camera market in India; Product life potential; Brand extensions and branding new products in India, thus becoming one of the cycle and marketing mix; New product products. first direct selling companies in India. The development. company believed that its core strength was ICMR Ref. No. ......................... CLMM 011 ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 006 its people. The caselet provides details about Industry ............................................ FMCG Industry ............. Electricals & Electronics the company’s advertising strategy that Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 projected a friendly and trustworthy image of Case Length ................................. 4 Pages its salespersons. It discusses the Customer Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Relationship Management (CRM) initiatives of Eureka Forbes. Finally, it analyzes the Brand Relaunch of Frooti The Failure of Daewoo Cielo in change in advertising strategy and positioning by Eureka Forbes. India Abstract Issues Abstract Parle Agro’s Frooti is the leading brand in the tetrapak fruit drink market. The brand Direct marketing of consumer appliances; The caselet provides detailed description of witnessed declining sales and started losing Importance of sales force; Customer the entry strategy followed by Daewoo in the its appeal due to increased competition. To Relationship Management; Advertising Indian automobile market. It examines the revive the sagging sales and appeal of the strategies in consumer appliances Industry. factors behind the failure of Cielo, the brand, Parle Agro decided to relaunch the company’s flagship model, since its launch in ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 008 brand with new positioning and packaging. the late 1990’s. It also analyzes the corrective The caselet discusses about Parle Agro’s Industry ............. Electricals & Electronics steps that the company took to revive design and implementation of the brand Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Daewoo’s sales and image. relaunch exercise for Frooti. It provides a Case Length ................................. 5 Pages detailed description of the advertising strategy Issues followed by the company to promote the brand that involved a teaser advertising campaign Pricing decisions and price cuts; Positioning Domestic Airlines in India: revolving around a faceless character ‘Digen of a product; Managing product portfolio; Leveraging Price Verma’. Importance of product quality. ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 005 Abstract Issues Industry .......................... Auto & Ancillaries Importance of marketing research; Design and The caselet examines the pricing wars Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 implementation of brand relaunch; Teaser resorted to by Indian airline companies to Case Length ................................. 5 Pages advertising campaign merits and demerits. counter the competition and sustain in the
  7. 7. Caselets 205 Customer-centricity at Amway in India: Sales & Distribution Commerce Bank A Different Approach Management Abstract Abstract Commerce Bank is one of the leading financial In the late 1990s, the global direct selling giant, GE: Ethics and Social institutions in USA. The caselet describes the Amway, had to contend with increasing doubts Responsibility innovative service differentiation of the bank. regarding its survival in India. Media reports It discusses the customer service initiatives were quick to point out Amway’s failure to Abstract undertaken to give the customer a fast and sell the basic concept of direct selling to the convenient banking experience. The caselet Indians. The caselet explores the problems This caselet gives an overview of social examines the brand-building strategies faced by Amway. It discusses the corrective responsibility initiatives undertaken by GE followed by the bank. The bank has steps taken by Amway - change in product under the leadership of John Immelt. It established a corporate university called strategy, strengthening distribution network discusses the lack of social responsibility Commerce University to meet the training and Indianization, to revive its sales. exhibited by GE in the early years and its needs of its employees. Finally, the caselet impact on the company’s image. It gives a provides details about the steps taken by the Issues detailed description of social responsibility bank to motivate the employees. measures taken in GE in the early 2000s, Direct marketing Industry in India; Distribution which resulted in recognition by way of Issues strategies of direct marketers; Importance of several awards. understanding local markets for global Product differentiation in service Industry; Issues companies. Importance of customer satisfaction and value; ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 002 Importance of social responsibility by Employee training and its impact on service corporates; Methods of social responsibility Industry ............................................ FMCG quality; Brand-building strategies in service by corporates. Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Industry. ICMR Ref. No. ...................... CLSDM 044 Case Length ................................. 5 Pages ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 004 Industry ................ Media & Entertainment Industry .......................................... Banking Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Launch of Amaron Automotive Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Batteries The Times of India and Ethics Abstract Soft Drinks Pesticide Controversy in India The caselet gives an overview of automotive Abstract battery market in India. It examines the factors The caselet focuses on the allegedly unethical Abstract that made Amara Raja Batteries Limited practices followed by the Indian English daily, (ARBL) enter the automotive battery segment. The Times of India. It discusses specific The caselet highlights the pesticide The caselet discusses the new product instances where the online edition of the controversy that Cola majors faced in 2003. development process followed by ARBL for newspaper is said to have deviated from the It describes the New Delhi-based the launch of its automotive battery brand accepted norms in news publishing and the environmental group, Centre for Science and ‘Amaron’. Finally, it explains the company’s impact of such practices on the public. It also Environment (CSE) report that put the entire efforts to differentiate the brand in all aspects describes the paper's response to a media soft drink Industry in a bad light. The report of marketing mix. critic whose website criticized the claimed that its laboratory tests had newspaper's practices. Finally, it puts forth discovered that most soft drinks sold in India Issues views of journalists and other freelance writers were contaminated with large doses of on the issue. Segmentation and targeting in Indian pesticides like Lindane, DDT, Chlorpyrifos, automotive component market; New product and Malathion. The caselet provides a detailed Issues development process; Challenges in new account of how Cola majors overcame this Ethics of selling editorial space by product development; Branding of low- crisis through the use of various marketing newspapers. involvement products; Marketing mix communication tools. elements. ICMR Ref. No. ...................... CLSDM 043 Issues Industry ................ Media & Entertainment ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 001 Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Industry .......................... Auto & Ancillaries Crisis management in marketing management; Case Length ................................. 4 Pages Role of public relations in crisis management; Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 Influence of political and legal environment on Case Length ................................. 5 Pages marketing strategy; Ethical Issues in marketing Cadbury and the Worm management. Controversy ICMR Ref. No. ........................ CLMM 003 “Advertising nourishes the consuming Industry ............................................ FMCG Abstract power of men. It sets up before a man a Pub/Rev Date ..................................... 2005 goal of a better home, better clothing, The caselet primarily deals with the worm better food for himself and his family. It Case Length ................................. 3 Pages controversy in October 2003 when a stockist spurs individual exertion and greater in Mumbai found worms in Cadbury’s production.” www.icmr.icfai.org chocolates. It discusses the impact of this – Winston Churchill incident on Cadbury’s reputation and ethical

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