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Corning, Inc: 1999

Abstract

In 1999 the market for optical fiber was white hot. Several large manufacturers of optical fiber, including Corning, Inc., were considering significant expansions in their production capacity. This case presents the capacity expansion problem from the perspective of Corning, Inc. Students can explore how market fundamentals and strategic considerations shape a firm's incentives to undertake a major expansion of capacity. Note: the use of this case is restricted to classes at the Kellogg School of Management.

Type

Case

Author(s)

David Besanko

Date Published

06/11/2018

Citations

Besanko, David. Corning, Inc: 1999. Chicago: Case 5-403-753.

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