Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) April 16, 2011
The Kahuna Institute, Inc., a research organization specializing in “irregular competition,” recently published a White Paper examining US Uncut, the grassroots activist organization confronting various American corporations on their income tax liability.
What’s irregular competition?
Irregular competitors are activist groups which “compete” with business through confrontation and disparagement of the image of the companies they target. Activist actions present an ever-changing competitive factor in today’s business environment.
“US Uncut is one of the more interesting irregular competitors that we have examined recently,” said Richard Telofski, Principal Researcher and author of the White Paper. “The activist vs. company strategies they employ set them apart from other anti-corporate activists and their recent ‘joint venture’ with The Yes Men in the pranking of General Electric (as reported by MarketWatch.com - http://www.marketwatch.com/story/ge-tax-bill-imbroglio-wont-go-away-2011-04-13?reflink=MW_news_stmp) represents a significant change in activist tactics.”
The White Paper, US Uncut: The Rise of an Irregular Competitor, may be downloaded free by going to http://www.KahunaInstitute.com.