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Intelligent Business Coursebook Intermediate

Intelligent Business Coursebook Intermediate

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Pearson Education Limited Edinburgh Gate Harlow

Essex CM20 2JE England

and Associated Companies throughout the world.


© Pearson Education Limited 2005

The right of Tonya Trappe and Graham Tullis to be identified as authors of this Work has been asserted by them in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.

All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise without the prior written permission of the Publishers.

First published 2005

ISBN 0 582 847966

Set in Economist Roman 10.5 /12.5

Printed in Spain by Mateu Cromo, S.A. Pinto (Madrid)


The authors would like to thank our editors, Ian Wood and Stephen Nicholl, and the following people and organisations for their assistance: Kris Neymarc, Regis Faucon, Julien Griffon, Laurence Baierlein, Gilles Begum, Henriette Tullis, Sarah Hamberg, Anne Attanasio, Olivier Dexheimer, jean Pierre Masson, Michel Foucre, Insead Fontainebleau and Harvard Business School. We would also like to thank the students and staff at ESIEA Paris, Pole universitaire Leonard de Vinci and L’universite de Paris XII.

The publishers would like to thank the following people for their help in piloting and developing this course: Irene Barrall, UK; Richard Booker and Karen Ngeow, University of Hong Kong; Louise Bulloch, Intercom Language Services GmbH, Hamburg; Steve Bush, The British Institute Florence; William Cooley, Open Schools of Languages, Madrid; Peter Dunn, Groupe ESC Dijon, Bourgogne; Adolfo Escuder, EU Estudios Empresariales, University of Zaragoza; Wendy Farrar, Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Piacenza; Andrew Hopgood, Linguarama, Hamburg; Ann-Marie Hadzima,

Dept of Foreign Languages, National Taiwan University, Taiwan; Samuel C, M, Hsieh, English Department, Chinese Culture University, Taipei; Laura Lewin, ABS International, Buenos Aires; Maite Padros, Universitat de Barcelona; Louise Pile, UK; Jolanta Korc-Migon, Warsaw; Giuliete Aymard Ramos Siqueira, Sao Paulo; Richmond Stroupe, World Language Center, Soka University, Tokyo; Michael Thompson, Centro Linguistico Universita Commerciale L Bocconi, Milan; Krisztina Tull, Europai Nyelvek Studioja, Budapest.

The publishers are grateful to The Economist for permission to adapt copyright material on pages 9 (©2002), 17 (©2003), 35 (©2003),

43 (©2003), 51 (©2001), 70 (©2003), 87 (©2003), 103 (©2002), 121 (©2003). All articles copyright of The Economist Newspaper Limited. All rights reserved,

We are also grateful to the following for permission to reproduce copyright material:

Gruner & Jahr USA Publishing for extracts from “A Full House” by William Breen first published in Fast Company Magazine, January 2001 and “Failure is Glorious” by Ian Wylie October 2001, both © 2001 Gruner & Jahr USA Publishing, reprinted with permission; and Business Week for extracts by Robert D Hof published in Business Week Magazine December 3rd 2001 and by Pete Engario, Aaron Bernstein and Manjeet Kripalani published in Business Week Magazine February 3rd 2003; Nike for page 25,
Photograph acknowledgements

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We have been unable to trace the copyright holder of the American Express logo on page 54 and would welcome any information enabling us to do so.
Front cover images supplied by Corbis (left and right) and Apple (centre).

Picture Research by Hilary Luckcock.
Illustration acknowledgements

Kevin Kallagher for 7, 53, 54, 59, 95,119 and 121; John Stainton for 23 and 111.
Designed by Luke Kelly and Wooden Ark