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Shopping trends mean blocking the big Sainsbury's-Asda merger may not protect customers, says Professor Yasemin Kor of Cambridge Judge Business School. Professor Yasemin Kor The proposed merger of supermarkets Sainsbury's and Asda is now off the table as the regulator has…

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The Conversation: Shopping trends mean blocking the big Sainsbury’s-Asda merger may not protect customers

Yasemin Kor, Beckwith Professor of Management Studies at Cambridge Judge, discusses the blocking of the Sainsbury’s and Asda merger, looking at the biggest challenges supermarkets have to face and the outlook for consumers. “Customers today enjoy having the luxury of…

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Light Blues win

Three Cambridge Judge students celebrate men's and women's victories over Oxford in The Boat Race. Sophie Deans (MPhil in Management 2018), Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk (MPhil in Management 2018), Pippa Whittaker (MFin 2018) Three Cambridge Judge Business School students celebrated as the…

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Sophie Deans, Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk, Pippa Whittaker

The Boat Race

Three students at Cambridge Judge Business School – Sophie Deans, Pippa Whittaker and Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk – are named to the Cambridge University crews for The Boat Race 2019 against Oxford University, to be held on 7 April. Three current students…

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MedTech Venture Competition 2019: solving health challenges through venture creation

Four early stage ventures with novel medical technologies tackling skin disease, heart defects in newborns, cancer treatment and female contraceptive treatments have won prizes at the inaugural Medical Technology (MedTech) Venture Competition developed by the Cambridge Judge Entrepreneurship Centre. The…

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MedTech Venture Competition 2019: solving health challenges through venture creation

Reinvesting market power for the betterment of shareholders

Dr Scott B. Guernsey On the supply side, highly competitive industries are generally characterised as having many firms and low barriers to entry. The first condition implies that existing firms cannot dictate or influence prices, and the second that new…

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MFin students win big in Oxbridge competition

Two students on the Master of Finance programme were announced as the winners of the Oxbridge Trading competition held at Cambridge Judge Business School. Twenty Cambridge students competed against 60 Oxford students on Saturday 17 November though a live video…

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Oxbridge Trading competition winners

Playful and serious

A new book co-edited by Professor Mark de Rond of Cambridge Judge – entitled Games: Conflict, competition and cooperation – looks at how games shape our lives through essays by eight prominent people. A new book entitled Games: Conflict, competition…

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Only timeline will tell

Rivals are lulled into retaliatory inaction through vague or distant timelines in company press releases, particularly if repeated frequently, finds new study by researchers in UK and US. Corporate press releases are full of linguistic devices aiming to boost the…

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Yahoo Finance: Competition involving others can make people more competitive through ‘competition contagion’

People who are aware of a competition but not directly involved in it can become more competitive through "competition contagion," says a new study co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School. The findings on how non-competitors are influenced by competition have…

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