take a look at the Case #5 Harley-Davidson and answer following questions (30 points).a. If you were CEO of Harley-Davidson, how would you compare the advantages and disadvantages of using exports, joint ventures, and foreign subsidiaries as ways of expanding international sales?b. In America, Harley has shifted the positioning of its products away from simply motorcycles and more toward being status symbols of a particular lifestyle. What are the implications of cultural factors for positioning in other countries that Harley has targeted for growth—ones like Japan, China, France, and Brazil?2. Please take a look at the Case #6 In-N-Out Burger and answer following questions (30 points).a. Rich Snyder was twenty-four years old when he assumed leadership of In-N-Out after his father passed away. In what ways do you think his young age was an asset or a liability for his leadership? Does age really matter in entrepreneurship?b. In an era of fusion cuisine and extreme fajitas, is In-N-Out’s long-term strategy of offering only four simple food items still on track? How about the firm’s approach to employees? Does it give them an edge over the fast-food competition?3. Please take a look at the Case #7 Amazon and answer following questions (40 points).a. In what ways does Bezos’s decision to develop and deliver the Kindle and Kindle Fire, and Fire TV lines show systematic and intuitive thinking?b. How do you describe the competitive risk in Amazon’s environment as Wal-Mart, Barnes and Noble, and other retailers strengthen their online offerings?