"Almost a duchess..."SEATTLE'S SECOND HOTTEST BILLIONAIRE JUST MIGHT GET AWAYAmerican billionaire and reluctant new duke Riggins Feldhem's life is suddenly upended by not one contender, but two, for the role as his duchess. One has all the duchess-like credentials. But the other is gaining control of his heart. If he can't wriggle his way out of matrimony, which is the least dangerous choice?It's a British invasion. When Riggins' British fan club and a beautiful daughter of an earl arrive in Seattle, Haley Hamilton feels her shot at becoming Riggins' wife and duchess slipping away. But she isn't going to take this invasion lying down. She's going to fight...for his heart.The second episode of the page-turning romantic comedy serial readers have been waiting for!Continue in the exciting and romantic world of the Jet City Billionaires...The Billionaire Duke Serial NovelsNOTE: These novels must be read in the order listed below.1-"The Billionaire Duke"--40,000 words/180 pages2-"The Duchess Contest"--37,000 words/166 pages3-"The Temporary Duchess"4-TBA>>>Romantic Comedy>>>New Adult Contemporary Romance>>>Contemporary Romance>>>Women's Fiction Humorous>>>Billionaire RomanceThe Jet City Billionaires world presents romantic stories full of humor, laughs, secrets, mysteries, and poignancy. The Billionaire Duke serial follows the story of Riggins and Haley in a modern twist on the classic marriage of convenience story.Scroll up and grab a copy today.
This book examines the role of technology transfer and licensing in the corporate strategy of international companies. It explains the role of licensing programs, alternative ways of organizing a licensing department, how companies may choose between direct equity investment and pure licensing (or combinations), how to plan for an upcoming negotiation with a licensee or joint venture partner, how to deal with governments, and the function of patents and trademarks. Based on an analysis of data from two samples of 44 companies and 241 companies respectively, numerous interviews, and case studies, Contractor makes several strategy recommendations. Also presented are aggregate data for licensing income for the U.S., broken down by country and industry. In conclusion, the author examines the objectives and limits of government regulation of international technology transfers, and makes some recommendations for national politics.
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