AT&T and T-Mobiles failed merger
AT&T and T-Mobile's failed merger
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... AT&T and T-Mobile's failed merger The aim of the project is to discuss about the attempted merger between AT&T mobile. The assignment willtake into account the attempted merger and the effects it could have shed on the consumers. The project will also take the view point of T-mobile. Introduction The announcement of the merger was made in March, 2011. The antitrust division of United States Department of Justice made itself clear on blocking the merger on antitrust grounds. They moved to the federal court and ultimately in the last month of the same year the merger was finally abandoned by AT&T. Both the corporation, AT&T and T-mobile were of the opinion that the merger lacked the intensity to...
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HISTORY OF AMERICAN CAPITALISM
HISTORY OF AMERICAN CAPITALISM
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... History of American Capitalism Identify Albert Gallatin. What were the main points in his “Report on Roads, Canals, Harbors, and and Rivers”? He intended to built a series of canals parallel to the Atlantic coast from New York City to South Carolina, a major turnpike from Maine to Georgia, a series of inland canals heading to Ohio, a canal crossing New York state and also he intended improve to make rivers, including the Potomac, Susquehanna, James, and Santee, passable to major river navigation 2. There were two significant exceptions to the general pattern of federal retreat from support for internal improvements before the Civil War. What were they and explain the government subsidy for each? Be...
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TEXTBOOK-Brinkley, American History, Connecting with the Past, Volume II, McGraw Hill chapters 20-21
TEXTBOOK-Brinkley, American History, Connecting with the Past, Volume II, McGraw Hill chapters 20-21
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... Introduction The progressivism was introduced in the American society by two famous American presidents (Roosevelt and Wilson) as a tool to foster change in the American Society. During this period, America was in crossroads situation but was presented with an opportunity of a mature political facet where; the society was presented with two strong political candidates who could bring myriad changes. Roosevelt as a political candidate at that time was widely known to the populace for his achievements in the American-Spanish war as well as his assurance to the Americans that he would not implement any drastic measures in solving societal problems and the ‘Square Deal’. The Square deal was an approach ...
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Equity and Trusts: Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan
Equity and Trusts: Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan
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... Equity and Trusts: Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan Number Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan Royal Brunei Airlines Sdn Bhd v Tan [1995] 2 AC 378 is a trusts law case in the United Kingdom, concerning violation of trust and legal responsibility for unfair assistance. The primary legal issue revolves around the doctrine of equity in business dealings1. The plaintiff capitalized on the recourse to fairness for an appropriate remedy when the accused party in default, Royal Brunei Airlines, became insolvent2. The plaintiff aimed to achieve relief from a party who had a hand in the contract - Mr Tan3. The plaintiff then sought to press for the compulsion of the insolvent company’s official to carry...
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The Patricia Dunn Case and Ethics and HP
The Patricia Dunn Case and Ethics and HP
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... Brief History of HP HP, the computer technology giant, was founded in a Palo Alto garage, by two Stanford Graduates Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard on 1st January, 1939. It started with manufacturing of audio oscillator. The company started with an initial capital of $538. Over the next few decades the company grew strength to strength increasing the range of its products. HP’s first computer was introduced in 1966. In 1973, HP became the first company in the world to introduce flexi-timings. HP became a major manufacturer of computers in 1980. The same year it marked its entry into the laser and inkjet printer market. HP surpassed $100 billion in revenues in 2007 thus becoming the first technology...
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Economics (Micro And Macro)

Economics (Micro And Macro)

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... ANALISYS Foreword: The research paper gives the analysis of the article on economics. The article under consideration has the issues ofmonopoly and strategic alliances formation being considered. The article under consideration reports on the latest events in the air transportation industry. The companies British Airways and American Airlines are being blamed by the competitors in this industry for creating an alliance that they call “a monopolistic monster’. This alliance is called a transatlantic partnership that is assessed to be worth 7 billion dollars. The agreement allows the parties to divide the expenses between the airports of European Community, Norway and Switzerland on the one side of the...
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What form of market structure best describes the supermarket chain in the UK Explain your answer using examples

What form of market structure best describes the supermarket chain in the UK Explain your answer using examples

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... Supermarkets are discernible due to their propensity to operate self-service retailing structured in distinct departments for all majorconsumer products, mostly grocery food items and other household goods while providing a discount pricing structure, high value supply chain, and sometimes own branding (Fox, 2004). The UK supermarket market structure is best described as oligopolistic, whereby a small cluster of heavily capitalized stores controls a significant share of the market sales. This big four: Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s, and Morrison’s have an over 75.8 percent market share in the grocery market segment [See Table 1] (Newswire, 2009). These have led to many analysts accusing them of taking...
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American History after 1865
American History after 1865
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... American History After 1865 Part A Was Theodore Roosevelt’s reputation as a “trust buster” deserved? President Theodore Roosevelt did not deserve the reputation “trust buster”. Many people frequently used this title on Roosevelt but he did not really deserve it (Divine et al., 666). One of the reasons to support this fact is that President William Howard Taft who succeeded Roosevelt managed to initiate many anti-trust indictments and possibly, he was the one who deserved the title “trust buster”. For example, Taft initiated 43 anti-trust indictments in 4 years compared to the 24 that Roosevelt initiated in 7 years of his leadership as the president (Divine et al., 666). History indicates that...
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John D. Rockefeller, critical analysis. Did he make America better. NON-Biographical

John D. Rockefeller, critical analysis. Did he make America better. NON-Biographical

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... and Number John D. Rockefeller: Capitalist Devil or Philanthropic Saint These days in the news we read of billionaires Bill Gates, creator of Microsoft and Warren Buffet, the middle America business mogul and their movement worldwide to convince the super wealthy to share their largess with the world, ostensibly to make it a better place. If this is the definition of capitalism with a conscience, some would say there is no better example than the nineteenth and twentieth century version, John D. Rockefeller. All of these men undoubtedly pulled off some shady deals in their time in the interests of big business. While Gates and Buffet’s vision is global Rockefeller’s was more parochial, much of it...
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Liberal market economy
Liberal market economy
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... Market Economy Concept The liberal market economy is an economic situation in a country where there is minimum interference of the government in the market. The capitalistic economies are generally referred as the liberal market economy. The US economy, known for its capital economy, is also referred as the liberal market economy. In a liberal market economy (LME), the activities of the economic factors are chiefly synchronised through market institutions in a certain market environment that are categorised through formal contracting and competitions (Akkermansa & Et. Al., 2008). The US and the UK markets are known as the best examples for the liberal market economies. According to Maurice Mullard,...
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Corporate Strategy Assignment
Corporate Strategy Assignment
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... A tale of two airlines This case study revolves around the turnaround stories of two of Europe's flagship airlines that are nothing short of national emblems; British Airways (BA) and Alitalia of late, have faced stiff competition, from low-cost airlines abroad. Under pressure to rewrite their failing corporate structures, they underwent some painful "surgery" including laying off of excess manpower, to present brave examples of 21st century survival skills. What was it, then What is it, now "Sick" would be a compliment to describe the mess the airlines found themselves in, after tasting globalisation's fury, and the emerge...
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Business Law - Form of Business Organizations in US

Business Law - Form of Business Organizations in US

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... 11 Kerl v. Dennis Rasmussen, Inc. IMPORTANT FACTS The plaintiff is seeking settlement from the defendant, claiming vicarious liability for injuries suffered consequent to an attack by one of the defendant’s employees, arguing negligent hiring and supervision. The defendant’s motion for summary judgment was affirmed by the court. LEGAL ISSUE(S) Was DRI vicariously liable for Pierce’s actions? If not, what are the terms which govern employer-employee relationship and how are they distinguishable from those governing the master/servant relationship? HOLDING/COURT’S DECISION No. DRI, the principal, has neither control over, nor the right to control the physical conduct and activities of its employ...
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Progressive Era Through the Great Depression
Progressive Era Through the Great Depression
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... Progressive Era Through the Great Depression - Progressive Era through the Great Depression Introduction In the American history, the period between 1890 and 1940 has been marked with various growth and downfall phases. The progressive era from 1890 to 1920 can be argued as the golden period when the economical growth and social development were at their highest level. Much considerable advancement in the areas of politics, society, and culture can be identified under this timeframe. Most of the urban towns were transformed into rural cities, and large number of people migrated to metropolitan areas to obtain higher standards of living. Many new immigrants poured in from other countries with diverse ...
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American History of 1870-1945s
American History of 1870-1945's
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... American History Introduction Even before start of twentieth century, America was showing consistent signs of becoming a superpower. Though several factors contributed to gradual and steady growth of America, contribution of Teddy Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson could not be ignored. While the former one, as the President of America was reputed for his polite but determined and firm policies, the latter was known for his arrogance. But both of them introduced new dimensions to socio- economic and political condition of America and led it to the path of development and prosperity. This paper focuses on achievements and political activities of both these persons as presidents of America. Emergence of...
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History term paper

History term paper

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... Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth President of United s, the youngest person ever to serve as the President, Champion of the strenuous life, was immensely popular, who stamped the Presidency with his own colorful personality (PBS, 2002). He enjoyed the responsibilities of world power and all his efforts were directed to protect the public interest. His social and economic reforms were the first federal attempts to deal with the problems of the modern industrial society (Encarta, 2006). Roosevelt explored several careers before entering politics. Although people in his social position believed politics to be beneath them, Roosevelt declared that he intended to be one of the governing class. He won his fir...
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Product Innovation and Pricing

Product Innovation and Pricing

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... May 2006 Ease Versus Excellence Digital cameras in the market today fall in to two broad categories: for amateurs and for enthusiasts and professionals. The Canon Power Shot A 540 is a typical example of the first category. It weighs just 6.3 oz and has dimensions that make it easy to carry on holidays and to social events as well. The 16 MB memory is adequate for a few snapshots which most people may wish to take on a single occasion. The 6 Mega Pixels and 4x optical zoom will provide adequate resolution for post card size prints and digital records, without the photographer having to move around too much to shoot individual faces and small groups. The camera has an automatic mode which will enable ...
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Education Cultural Policy

Education Cultural Policy

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... Culture is a national resource which has become valuable in a global knowledge based economy. The Centre for Arts and Culture that the cultural sector includes the cultural arts and humanities ; institutions , galleries and performing arts centers that display works ; the libraries and archives that preserve our cultural heritage and organizations that encourage American participation in cultural activities. In order to harness this cultural capital, the US government has developed cultural policies through 200 programs in 30 federal agencies (CAC, 2001). Cultural Policy A cultural policy is a set of rules and regulations set up by the Federal Government to regulate the cultural sector and its impact...
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Describe the most important events during the period, 19001940. Explain why the events you have chosen are the most important

Describe the most important events during the period, 19001940. Explain why the events you have chosen are the most important

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... the most important events during the period, 1900-1940. Explain why the events you have chosen are the most important. The period between 1900 and 1940 was one of the most important periods in the history of the modern world, and the US in particular, and there have occurred several vital events during this period. In view of the specific case of the USA, there have been various important events during this period that influenced the growth of the nation for the following years and some of the most essential events and issues during 1900-1940 include Women's Suffrage, Economic Prosperity during 1919-29, the World War I, the Great Depression in the decade preceding World War II, the Fair Labor...
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The use of a Utilitarian philosophy works best to blance a business organization,s legal, societal, economic, and moral obligations

The use of a Utilitarian philosophy works best to blance a business organization,s legal, societal, economic, and moral obligations

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... The Use of a Utilitarian Philosophy Works Best to Balance A Business Organization’s Legal, Societal, Economic, and Moral Obligations A Critical Thesis James Buns (your name here) Star University (your university here) 3 Purpose The purpose of this research is to investigate and highlight the possibility of using Utilitarian Philosophy as a checkmate or balancing system for putting Business Organizations in...
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The Music Industry: Competition Law in the Case of Live Nation Entertainment
The Music Industry: Competition Law in the Case of Live Nation Entertainment
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... Music Industry: Competition Law in the Case of Live Nation Entertainment [ID The connection between record labels, artists, concert and entertainment promoters and hosts, radio distribution, consumers and record stores has always been a tug-of-war. Everything from software piracy and bootlegging to payola have been caused by this tension. The Live Nation Entertainment merger and the Justice Department conditions imposed thereof will have complex ramifications throughout the industry. The merger began after years of virtually utter dominance of the concert ticket industry by Ticketmaster (US v. TicketMaster and Live Nation Inc, p.5). Ticketmaster's fee charges are added to the cost of the ticket for...
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Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership - Individual Reflection
Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership - Individual Reflection
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... Management and Leadership - Individual Reflection Contents Entrepreneurship within a Corporate Setting 3 Types of Entrepreneurial Opportunities 3 Challenges Faced while developing Entrepreneurial Opportunities 4 Ways to Overcome the Challenges 5 Required Skills and Resources within an Entrepreneur 6 Works Cited 7 Name of the Student Name of the Professor Course Number Date Entrepreneurial Management and Leadership - Individual Reflection The research assignment elaborated the leadership and management skills of the entrepreneurs in University of Florida International Centre (UFIC). Several theories and facts regarding entrepreneurship and leadership have emerged from the context of the research work....
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Answer sheet
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... The real problem of American Economy Task The main problem Reich explains that the government’s size is not the real issue in America’s economy and democracy as Republicans wants us to believe. The real problem is “who is the government for.” A surge of cynicism has engulfed America and this time, not about the size of the government. The cynicism has been conceived from a perception that the government does not have the interest of the average Americans in mind. It is for Wall Street, the very rich and big businesses instead. A recent poll by Pew Foundation has revealed that seventy-seven percent of respondents believe that the tremendous power lies under control of a few corporations and rich...
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Peter roberts watches expanding in HONG KONG
Peter roberts watches expanding in HONG KONG
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... Kong Watch and Clock Industry Overview Hong Kong remains one of the leading exporters of watches and clocks around the world, being only second to Switzerland and ahead of Japan. Among the most exported items in this category include the battery-powered watches which accounts for over 56% of the exports (HKTDC Research, 2015). In addition, Hong Kong also exports various components of watches including the cases and watch straps just to mention a few. This paper seeks to analyse the external/Macro-environment and Internal/Microenvironment for a possible entry of Peter Roberts watches. External/Macro-Environment This analysis will use the PESTEL framework in describing the external/macro environment ...
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Correlation Between Paramount Decrees in 1948 and the Boom of Art Houses in 1950s
Correlation Between Paramount Decrees in 1948 and the Boom of Art Houses in 1950s
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... study on the correlation between Paramount Decrees in 1948 and the boom of art houses in 1950s Introduction This paper delineates the correlation between Paramount Decrees in 1948 and the boom of art-houses in 1950s. In the early on, it describes the background of the art-houses, their emergence, their concepts, and their hold over a particular audience, which, eventually, led to boom in the 1950s. Secondly, it discusses the reasons behind the tremendous boom so far, describing about the significance of the art-houses, and the reasons for audience inclining towards it. Art-films are generally considered as low-budget films from the European countries, however, it does not mean that Hollywood films a...
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Progressive Era through the Great Depression
Progressive Era through the Great Depression
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... head: PROGRESSIVE ERA THROUGH THE GREAT DEPRESSION Progressive Era through the Great Depression 5th May Progressive Era through the Great Depression The United States underwent various changes between 1870 through the 1920, commonly known as the Progressive Era. These changes were from all sectors of the daily life of all Americans. The changes encompassed the social, political, economic, and their cultural life. Other changes that occurred were the growth of the country in areas such as the rights of women, the rights of the black people also known as the jack crow laws, and developments in political parties. This assignment seeks to recognize the major turning points in American history between...
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Health Care Management
Health Care Management
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... HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT (Strategic Alliances) of Introduction The healthcare industry has become a big and complicated business. It is a highly-competitive private industry that seeks to promote higher quality of service, a greater degree of innovative practices, lower prices, and more output in services rendered, while giving healthy profits and reasonable rates of return to industry investors. It is considered as a vital industry and, as such, invites closer government scrutiny through tight regulations and policies. A majority of American citizens rely on their healthcare insurance to meet, for example, medical requirements as they go through life and grow older. Like any business or an industry...
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The role of entrepenurship in the 1860-1900 and the role of technolgy in railroads and government influence and tariff policys a
The role of entrepenurship in the 1860-1900 and the role of technolgy in railroads and government influence and tariff policys a
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... The period between 1800 and 1900 Gilded Age and Industrialism in the U.S.A This was a time in the history of America characterized by accelerated growth in industry and an influx in immigration. In this time, iron and steel came in large quantities. Other resources from the West included gold, silver and lumber. The massive production of these resources raised the need for better means of transport. It is in the Gilded Age that the development of railroad peaked. People increasingly used trains in transporting goods from the West, where they were in surplus, to the East. The demand for steel and oil hit an all time high. This industry had very renowned personalities (Link and Susannah 34). These...
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Policy memo to the President on Sino-American relationships
Policy memo to the President on Sino-American relationships
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... memo to the President on Sino-American relationships Sino-American relations policy memo Introduction The 21st century Sino-American relationships offer both challenges and opportunities for both countries. China has embarked on aggressive economic restructuring and growth measures that stimulate the free flow of goods and enhance technology in order to compete globally with leading export countries like the United States (Shambaugh, 2013). China has eliminated legislative and administrative hurdles that hinder free trade and its foreign policies are geared at economic development and cooperation. China population is five times larger than that of the US, and consistently reported an average of 7...
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Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and Acquisitions
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... US airline industry suffered heavily after the 9/11 incident and gradually, over the period of time, smaller airlines actually merged with the larger organizations to survive. As such the overall merger and acquisition spree in the industry suggested a strong concentration within the industry to help it build a more resilient industry. The merger and acquisition of the American Airways and US airways is considered as one of the biggest deals of the year. In 2012, the US Airways Group, which is also the parent group of the US Airways, expressed interest in acquiring the American Airways. The potential merger was based upon the assumption that this merger will actually result into an over $1 billion i...
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Specific Competency and Skill-building Explo

Specific Competency and Skill-building Explo

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... competency & skill-building Kenneth Chenault: Specific Competency & Skill-building Kenneth Chenault demonstrated exceptional leadership skills in changing the industry dynamics with the objective of taking American Express (AmEx) to the forefront of financial products industry. He has expanded his operations significantly both within the USA and internationally, without diluting the unique brand value or compromising on profit volumes. He succeeded in creating a corporate culture that synthesized the best practices around the world with AmEx’s own. Introduction Kenneth Chenault has proved his mettle as an outstanding leader by taking American Express to its ‘top brand’ status in the highly competit...
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Regulatory policy and Strategic Assets

Regulatory policy and Strategic Assets

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... The increase in the number of mergers and acquisitions during 1980s was the direct result of the relaxed approach from the regulatory ities especially in terms of competition as well as anti-trust. However, the rise in the mergers and acquisitions during 1990s can be attributed to the phenomenon of a change in the overall strategic thinking of the firms. Firms started to realize that through mergers and acquisitions they can actually take benefit of the vertical and horizontal integration and can achieve the economies of scale faster. Vertical integration involves the buying of the suppliers of the raw materials i.e. in case of retailers the suppliers of the different items sold by the retailers wher...
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American Film I ndustry in 1950s
American Film I ndustry in 1950s
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... study on the correlation between Paramount Decrees in 1948 and the boom of art houses in 1950s Introduction This paper delineates the correlation between Paramount Decrees in 1948 and the boom of art-houses in 1950s. In the early on, it describes the background of the art-houses, their emergence, their concepts, and their hold over a particular audience, which, eventually, led to boom in the 1950s. Secondly, it discusses the reasons behind the tremendous boom so far, describing about the significance of the art-houses, and the reasons for audience inclining towards it. Art-films are generally considered as low-budget films from the European countries, however, it does not mean that Hollywood films...
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Is Google and Verizons Net Neutrality Proposal Socially Responsible
Is Google and Verizon's Net Neutrality Proposal Socially Responsible
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... Is Google and Verizon's Net Neutrality Proposal Socially Responsible? May 12th, The Verizon-Google Legislative Framework Proposal Google and Verizon represent two of the largest and most influential companies in America in information technology and telecommunications. That these two companies should have an advanced legal position on the proposed net neutrality regulations is to be expected, because such legislation would directly affect their business operations in the U.S. and internationally. Google and Verizon have been releasing joint statements since 2009 on net neutrality laws, yet the most extensive “joint policy proposal” was announced publicly on August 9th, 2010. (Patel, 2010) In this...
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Strategic Management Analysis

Strategic Management Analysis

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... Management Analysis: Thomas Cook [Lecturer] Company Selection and Overview The company that has been selected for analysis within the strategic management perspective, and more specifically within the packaged tour or holiday sector is that of the Thompsons Group. The majority of the information regarding the company in question has been accessed via their corporate website – ThomasCookGroup.com, as well as their ‘retailing’ or customer portal – ThomasCook.com, together with the respective financial statements and annual reports in order to gain insight into planned activities, as well as achieved results and milestones. The selection of this company is largely based upon the well known Thomas Cook...
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Integrating Values - The Legality, Morality, and Social Responsibility of US Airways and Delta Airlines Merger
Integrating Values - The Legality, Morality, and Social Responsibility of US Airways and Delta Airlines Merger
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... The impact of the Delta Airlines- US Airways Merger and Table of Contents Table of Contents2 1.Introduction 3 2.Background 3 2.1 US Airways 3 2.2 Delta airlines 4 2.3 The proposed US airways-Delta Airlines merger 6 3.Legal section 6 3.1 Statement of law 6 3.2 Legal analysis 7 4.Utilitarian ethics 7 3.1 Application 8 5.Kantian ethics 12 `5.1 Categorical imperative 12 5.2 Law of nature 13 5.3 Kingdom of ends test 13 5.4 The agent-receiver test 14 6.Aristotle’s “Doctrine of the Means” 14 6.1 Application 14 7.Social responsibility 15 7.1 Applications of the social responsibility 17 8.Conclusion 18 1. Introduction For the last one decade, the U.S. Airline industry has experienced a number of high-profile ...
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Business Law - Use of Contracts in E-commerce
Business Law - Use of Contracts in E-commerce
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... Business Law - Use of Contracts in E-commerce Table of Contents Introduction 3 Content 3 Incorporation 5 Trademark and Register 5 Intellectual Property 5 Copyright 6 Website 6 Protection of Consumer’s Privacy 7 Summary 7 References 9 Introduction The leading global organizations are trying to capitalize on the potential business opportunities which developed due to technological advancements in this present era of globalisation. Internet has become an important business tool that helps an organization or a business entity to maximize business output and profit. The global electronics market can be predicted based on the transaction cost theory. Use of Information Technology can result in a...
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Hollywood movie history
Hollywood movie history
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... in Los Angeles, California, is the land of stars and glitter. The area now known as Hollywood was sparsely populated in the seventeenth century when the Spanish explorers entered there .Santa Monica Mountains towered over the area and in the canyons of these mountains lived the Native Americans. By 1870s the area was a flourishing agricultural area, with crops like hay and grain, bananas and pine apple. Two names come up when one searches for the “origin of Hollywood”. Havey Henderson Wilcox was from Kansas and was a rich real estate businessman. In 1886 he brought 160 acres of land in the country side to the west of the city at the foothills and the Cahuenga pass. It was he who paved the way for...
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Market failure and what government can do
Market failure and what government can do
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... Failure and What Government Can Do Market failure is the failure of the market to yield efficient outcomes (Stiglitz 2000, p. 77). Elaborating further, Stiglitz said that there are six situations in which markets are not efficient and these are referred to as market failures that provide a rationale for government activity (2000, p. 77). The six conditions in which markets fail to lead to efficient outcomes are those in which competition fails, situation in which public goods are involved, market situations in which there are externalities, situations in which markets are incomplete, situations in which information is imperfect, and situations in which there are macroeconomic disturbances (Stiglitz...
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BUS305, Competitive Analysis and Business Cycles Mod 3 Case Assignment

BUS305, Competitive Analysis and Business Cycles Mod 3 Case Assignment

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... ANALYSIS & BUSINESS CYCLES Module 3 Firms in competitive markets. The Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) is an executive agency of Florida government charged with the marketing, research and regulation of the Florida citrus industry. Its mission is to help grow the demand for Florida citrus products, providing a direct benefit to the citrus growers. The FDOC is governed by a 12-member board—the Florida Citrus Commission. The Governor of Florida appoints the Commission which is made up of citrus growers, processors and packers.(http://floridajuice .com/about.php). The FDOC is engaged in a form of advertising called image advertising or institutional advertising designed to create public awareness of ...
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Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly
Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly
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... Head: THE EUROPEAN UNION ACTION ON THE MICROSOFT MONOPOLY Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly [Writer's Name] [Name of Institute] Bill Gates Versus Brussels- The European Union Action On The Microsoft Monopoly European Union And American Monopoly - An Introduction A hundred or more years ago, the threat of monopoly might have been greater than it is today because of the limited variety of resources available within given markets. A firm might conceivably corner the market on a given resource--for example, iron or bauxite ore--for which there were no available or nearby substitutes, and then restrict production with the intention of increasing its prices...
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The President and the Supreme Court - George Bush-Clarence Thomas
The President and the Supreme Court - George Bush-Clarence Thomas
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... choice of judicial nomination to advance a political agenda is not unheard of in United States politics and in fact, could be said to be an implicit presidential prerogative. President Ronald Reagan, for example, employed a litmus test to ensure that his nominees were precisely the kind of people that could be expected to take the same path that his administration was taking. Reagan used a nominee’s position in the anti-abortion issue as a barometer to gauge the latter’s potential and place in his administration. President George H.W. Bush, who was a Republican like his predecessor, took a cue from Reagan and employed a similar approach so that between the two of them, they had succeeded to fill the ...
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HR COMPANY
HR COMPANY
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... Human Resources Practices at Google Inc Company The business world in the contemporary world is highly competitive and ever changing. Companies have therefore, been forced to capitalize on their strengths in order to withstand the high competition and other aspects in the market. The human resources department of a company is a critical part of the company. Companies with strong human resources practices are most likely to succeed as compared to those with weak human resources practices. This is because human resource management is the source of company success and increased performance level. Human resources management department of a company is responsible for the execution of crucial tasks such...
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Pro Merger And Anti Merger

Pro Merger And Anti Merger

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... Pro merger and anti merger Table of Contents Answer one: Mergers 4 Analysis of mergers 4 Lack of cultural assessment in the stages of M&A 5 Global Megamergers 7 Concentration can destroy value 8 Alternatives to big deal 9 References 12 12 Answer two: Expatriation 13 Management values and policy of international staffing 13 Geocentric practices 13 Expatriates and success in business 13 Challenges of cultural complexity 14 Culture Shock 15 Diversity capabilities reduce culture shock 16 Direct costs of expatriation 17 Cost of expatriate failure 17 Diversity management avoiding expatriate failure 18 Repatriation 19 Diversity strategies: keys to success 19 References 22 Answer one: Mergers Analysis of...
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Adaptive Supply Chain Co-Management manual
Adaptive Supply Chain Co-Management manual
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... Supply Chain Co-Management manual Introduction Steven Pinker d that several business journals are mistaking the term Darwinian for aggressive competition, yet survival of the fittest really implies continued existence of entities that create reproductive success. The evolutionary analogy is quite relevant to the business arena because organisations that thrive need not substitute competition for collaboration as these entities are not mutually exclusive. Evidence illustrates that a new term ‘coompetition’ or ‘co-opetition’ may be more plausible as it allows companies to maintain their autonomy and strategic direction but still gain from the resources and expertise of a perceived rival. Collaboration ...
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Microsoft High School Case Study

Microsoft High School Case Study

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... Introduction Microsoft's success as the most dominant software company has been attributed both by company founders and outsiders to the extraordinary talent and drive of its employees. From its early days when Bill Gates, Paul Allen and Steve Ballmer instituted the policy of only recruiting the best, the most ambitious and creative and not necessarily those with experience, hiring was tied with never settling for mediocrity (protected by its n minus 1 staffing formula, where n is the actual number of people needed and 1 a default no-hire decision for a just good but not outstanding job candidate). Hiring was also tied with how the company chose to compensate employees, not only with salaries but...
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Treasury profile of glaxo smithline pharmaceutical company

Treasury profile of glaxo smithline pharmaceutical company

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... profile of Glaxo Smith Kline I have gone through this report and I need you to include the policies, objectives and control for each Treasury functions and also note that the word count starts from Introduction and ends at conclusion/recommendation which i have counted and its 1,621 words. Executive Summary Glaxo Smith Kline is a pharmaceutical and consumer health care company. Its consumer product of Horlicks is well known. Other products in pharmaceuticals range are popular in the trade circles. It has operations in over 120 countries and its products are sold in over 150 countries. The treasury profile shown in the appendix at the end of this paper gives a bird’s eye-view of the company’s treasury...
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Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliance

Mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliance

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... and acquisitions (M&A) have become a staple of newspaper headlines (Rothenbuecher & Hoyningen-Huene, 2008). They continue to be a popular form of corporate development irrespective of the success of the mergers and acquisitions but M&A should be seen as a long-term strategic orientation of the firm instead of a one-time business tactic for short-term goals (Lin, Hung & Li, 2006). Technological advancements and globalization have contributed to the process of M&A across borders (Shimizu, Hitt, Vaidyanath & Pisano, 2004). Industry consolidation and privatization, and the liberalization of economies are the most significant factors that have fueled M&A at the international level. However, industry and...
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Legal/ethical issues in Work Environment
Legal/ethical issues in Work Environment
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... Running Head: Legal and Ethical issues in Work Environment Legal and Ethical issues in Work Environment Legal and Ethical issues in Work Environment Introduction This paper focuses on an analysis of legal and ethical issues in a work environment by looking at certain examples in some organizations and companies. It looks to explain certain working situations relating to both current and previous work environment. This paper also analyzes future work environment on the basis of employment experiences and current events in the employment environment. Most organizations prefer adhering to ethics in the working environment rather than concentrating on the profit maximization goal (Photopoulos, 2008). It ...
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The Role of Ethics in 21st Century Organizations
The Role of Ethics in 21st Century Organizations
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... Role of Ethics in 21st Century Organizations Introduction Ethics can be referred as a segment of business philosophy that fundamentally concentrates on different approaches of values as well as morals. Moreover, ethics also focuses on the distinctions between proper and improper aspects of human life. With due regards to these studies, the philosophers have propounded numerous theories targeting changes in terms of human perceptions and actions. Some main theories of ethical concern include ‘egoism’, ‘rationalism’, and ‘emotivism’ among others (Yucel & Elibol, 2009). The various daily basis operations and conflicts are often observed to generate certain issues towards the organisations. Thus, in or...
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Who was the greatest giant in United States in the end of 20 century
Who was the greatest giant in United States in the end of 20 century
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... and contrast the presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson Hao Yu NC Joseph Caddell Introduction Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson are some the two greatest presidents the United States of America have ever heard. The former was a war hero while the latter was a professor who butted heads during the1912 presidential election. Both presidents were progressive. Wilson is remembered to have won what is regarded as a transformative election in the country. Roosevelt on the other hand helped in shaping the presidency of Wilson and the direction of the United States in the years to come. The political scene in America during the first decades of the 20th century presented the American...
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