While this guide does offer some analysis, it is primarily a factual and informational guide to the Xbox line. This in-depth look at Microsoft's latest gaming console, the Xbox One includes aspects like games, hardware specifications, how software is handled, Kinect and its functionality and even includes all of the new features. This book is being updated on a regular basis to include new information as it is unveiled. Purchase this book now and you will receive all of the updates for free.
This version contains updates from Microsoft's E3 Presentation including price, availability date and more updates regarding used game policies.
Version 1.5 (10/30/2013) has additional information about 3rd Party Headsets, Orientation issues with the Xbox One, Social sharing on Facebook and YouTube, some details about the processor in the Xbox One, additional information about Friends on Xbox Live, Friends on Xbox Live with Xbox One, Additional capabilities for the Kinect, racing wheels for the Xbox One, and a video demonstrating the Xbox One Dashboard.
In addition to broad examination of topics such as accounting and public policy, or the evolution of strategic management accounting, the volume provides case studies ranging from 16th-century accounting practices in Spain to the development of the certified public accountants system in contemporary China. The topics and methods considered should encourage other researchers to add to the range of accounting history, while accounting practitioners with an interest in the profession will come away from the volume with a greater appreciation of the originators of some of their practices and theories.
The pre-eminent business historian of our time, Richard S. Tedlow, examines seven great CEOs who successfully managed cutting-edge technology and formed enduring corporate empires.
With the depth and clarity of a master, Tedlow illuminates the minds, lives and strategies behind the legendary successes of our times:
. George Eastman and his invention of the Kodak camera;
. Thomas Watson of IBM;
. Henry Ford and his automobile;
. Charles Revson and his use of television advertising to drive massive sales for Revlon;
. Robert N. Noyce, co-inventor of the integrated circuit and founder of Intel;
. Andrew Carnegie and his steel empire;
. Sam Walton and his unprecedented retail machine, Wal-Mart.