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AT about 400 BC the celebrated Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu wrote that In war, the way to avoid what is strong is to strike what is weak. Business continues to borrow a lot of strategies from military science. World history is full of ... Times of Zambia, 2 weeks ago
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The Art of Cyber War Sun Tzu's Wisdom Still Applies 2,500 Years Later

Just recently I was fortunate enough to be able to contribute a post on TechCrunch called " From the streets to the street ," whichdiscussed the changing landscape of terrorism and how criminal organizations and groups like ISIS are using cyber ...
 Benzinga.com2 weeks ago
Seeking Alpha

5 Years On: What Happens With A Set-And-Forget Strategy

In October 2011, I started writing a series called "Stock Management the Sun Tzu Way," which would seek to apply the principles of military strategy from a 2,400-year-old text and apply them to a modern-day investment portfolio. You can read about ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago
Financial Mail

Letter: Seize the Tzu

I enjoyed Toby Shapshak's article on Muhammad Ali (FM Fox June 9-15). He says that while Sun Tzu may be the most often used guide to modern-day business strategy, Ali's rope-a-dope strategy, which won him the Rumble in the Jungle, is arguably a ...
 Financial Mail1 month ago

Andrew Left Is Long And Valeant Could Triple From Here

By Scott Tzu with Thom Lachenmann First things first; we are not just saying Valeant (NYSE: VRX ) can triple arbitrarily. If you recall, we wrote an article when the stock was about $35 stating that we thought it could double from there. With ...
 Seeking Alpha2 months ago

Memorial park for military strategist Sun Tzu opens in E China

NANJING, May 16 (Xinhua) -- A memorial park built for ancient military strategist Sun Tzu opened in east China's Jiangsu Province, local sources told Xinhua on Monday. The 85,000-square-meter park, about the size of 12 football fields, is in the ...
 Xinhua News Agency2 months ago XINHUA - Memorial park for military strategist Sun Tzu opens in E China  Namibia Press Agency2 months ago

Farewell to Microsoft's Sun Tzu: Thanks for all the cheese, Kevin Turner

Kevin Turner's departure as Microsoft's chief salesman after 11 years marks the final passing of the Redmond old guard. Chief operating officer Turner - KT, as he was known - was a chief of the old-school corporate kind; sales, marketing and ...
 The Register2 weeks ago

Al-Qaeda, ISIS Must Be Laughing at Trump's Muslim Ban

X Story Stream recent articles Sun Tzu said all warfare is based on deception, and that rings especially true for terrorists strategy. Long before a proposal to temporarily yet indefinitely ban Muslims from entering the United States ...
 RealClearWorld4 weeks ago

Blurring Lines and Shifting Strategies in Syria (Who Said Terror Was Not the End Game?)

()* In the words of Sun Tzu, Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first and then seek to win. Looking at Syria, it is evident the US failed to heed such words of wisdom.To soothe its pride Washington ...
 Before It's News4 weeks ago Blurring lines & shifting strategies in Syria (Who said terror was not the end game?)  Russia Today1 month ago

Editorial: Careful, Groia

There is no instance of a nation having benefited from prolonged warfare . So sayeth Sun Tzu, the author of the 5th-Century-BC classic The Art of War . Editorial Obiter: Gabrielle Giroday Joseph Groia's well-documented fight against the Law ...
 Law Times1 month ago
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