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Browse articles by industry - HBS Working Knowledge: The latest business management research and ideas from HBS faculty. Browse articles by industry - HBS Working Knowledge: The latest business management research and ideas from HBS faculty. Baker Library; Harvard Business Review

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Alphabetical Listing of Industries. The list below shows all the industries, sectors and categories that are profiled in this section. Abortion Policy/Anti-Abortion Abortion Policy/Pro-Abortion Rights Accountants Advertising/Public Relations Aerospace, Defense Contractors Agribusiness Agricultural Services & Products Agriculture Air Transport

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A primary industry is one that extracts resources from the Earth, such as farming and mining. Primary industries do not process the materials and sell the resources for profit. Secondary industries are those that process the resources extracted by primary industries. These include metal refining, meat packing, and furniture production.

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Not every industry was decimated by the recession, in fact some areas of the economy are thriving. As a counterpoint to a recent report on the the top 10 dying industries, research firm IBIS World ...

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List of 27 Major Industries of India ... Some of the major industry are mentioned below-1. ... (West Bengal) in the year 1874 AD Brakar Iron company was the name of the establishment. But this first modern Iron and Steel plant was set up by Jamshedji Ta­ta Sakchi (Jharkhand) in 1907. ...

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Industries in Alphabetical Order This list of industries included in Industries at a Glance is arranged in alphabetical order. These industries are also arranged in industry numerical order.

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Some commonly used industrial magnets include permanent magnets, electromagnets, ferrite, samarium, rubber magnets, sheet magnets and neodymium. The industries that regularly use industrial magnets in their operations are the automobile, electronics, plastics, glass and ceramics, shipping, construction, mining, food and pharmaceutical industries.

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Having McDonalds Restuarants and McDonalds Plumbing = 2 different trademarks, owned by two very different groups is legal. If you open McDonalds Tshirts and then decide you want to open McDonalds Travel Agency = you can't use McDonalds Travel Agency if it is already trademarked by someone else. = when you get a trademark you have 3 years to use it or you lose it.

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Some examples of secondary industries are textile production, steel production, oil refining, food processing, aerospace manufacturing and consumer electronics. The automotive, brewing, energy, tobacco, ship-making and chemical industries are also secondary. Primary industries include all industries that produce raw materials, such as wool and ...

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Food Industry India is the world's second largest producer of food and has the potential of being the biggest, backed by its food and agricultural sector. The total food production in India is likely to double in the next 10 years with the country’s domestic food market estimated to reach US$ 258 billion by 2015.