LOS ANGELES -- The Food Industry Management Program at the University of Southern California here takes hypothetical situations to a high-tech level. The university's Food Industry Management Simulation -- or FIMSIM -- is a computer model simulating a competitive food-retailing environment that was developed at USC 12 years ago by Tom Arnold, program director, and Dr. Jim Stevenson, Arnold's predecessor as program director. "Our students have conducted business simulations for more than 20 ...

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