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Adamy, J. 2007. Yum uses McDonald’s as guide in bid to heat up sales. Wall Street Journal, December 13, A21.

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Teece, D. 1986. Profiting from technological innovation: Implications for integration, collaboration, licensing and public policy. Research Policy 15, 285–305.

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S. P. Schnaars provides numerous case histories of late entrants winning against pioneers. See Schnaars, S. P. 1994. Managing imitation strategies: How late entrants ...

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