A vulnerability in which the information has been compromised from thousands of users: The management of telescope, a popular online search engine, has a looming crisis. Technically, thanks to its carefully worded “terms of use”, the company is not financially liable for consequential damages. But Telescope is proud of its commitment to responsible action. His motto is: “We do good,” and the company has a number of philosophies, including “Focus on the customer and … Read More releases»

A vulnerability in which the information has been compromised from thousands of users: The management of telescope, a popular online search engine, has a looming crisis. Technically, thanks to its carefully worded “terms of use”, the company is not financially liable for consequential damages. But Telescope is proud of its commitment to responsible action. His motto is: “We do good,” and the company has a number of philosophies, including “Focus on the customer and follows harmony” and published “make money, not nonsense.” Telescope is in the Internet world, well respected for his non-corporate look and not greedy attitude. Its IPO almost 10 years ago, had met with enthusiasm and the company had stellar sales. The big question for the CEO and co-founder Spencer Milo is: “How can the ideals and passion with which he had begun Telescope come into play now?” He has to reconcile what the company stands for and how his organization is their determination and faith with the actions that are required to telescope a thriving business could Square.
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Andrew C. Wicks,
Jenny Mead,
Nicholas Stewart,
Source: Darden School of Business
2 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 2012. Prod #: UV5296-PDF-ENG
Telescope: Squaring Purpose Reality HBR case solution

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