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Business Plan This Business Plan

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The office and administrative expenses would remain constant even to that point, as would the insurance expense.

Exhibit B: Cash Flow Statement, Year Two

At this point, the business is earning a healthy return and Mr. Ahn is receiving will be able to bring in a reasonable salary. The nature of the business may well change at this point. At the maximum revenue of $144,000 per year the pretax profit would be $63,600. As a result, it is likely that a clinic will be formed with other practitioners in order to minimize expenses and increase profitability.

e did not include taxes in our cash flow examples because the company is going to be set up as a sole proprietorship. This means that the income from the company will be rolled into the income for Mr. Ahn, as well as his liabilities. Mr. Ahn's personal expenses are therefore not included in…… [Read More]

Works Cited

No author (2007). Traditional Chinese Medicine. Alternative Medicine Foundation. Retrieved December 18, 2008 at  http://www.amfoundation.org/tcm.htm 

No author (2005). Regulation of TCM in the United States. Medscape Today. Retrieved December 18, 2008 at http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/511877_7

No author (2008). HIV / AIDS, the U.S.-China Partnership for Public Health at Work, and Traditional Chinese Medicine in the U.S. Fact Sheet. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Retrieved December 18, 2008 at http://www.hhs.gov/news/facts/chinahiv.html

Census information from U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved December 18, 2008 at http://factfinder.census.gov/home/saff/main.html?_lang=en
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Business Entities Laws and Regulations This Paper

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Business Entities, Laws, And egulations

This paper will focus on the challenges faced by one start-up businesses and an established company with labor issues. For the start-up, a birth clinic, a case needs to be made for the type of business entity they should each use. The established company is a construction company whose business entity must be identified and employment law pertaining to the scenario will be discussed. For each business, identification of the best business entity for the given situation needs to be accomplished first. The decision of the type of business entity will take into consideration control, taxation, and liability issues. eview of the laws and regulations that each ownership group must consider and identification of risks that the businesses should protect against will be discussed. eview of the construction company's business structure and how it affects control, taxation, and liability issues along with how employment law…… [Read More]

References

Cheeseman, H.R. (2010). The legal environment of business and online commerce: Business ethics, e-commerce, regulatory, and international issues. (6th ed.) Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

University of Phoenix. (2010). Course syllabus. Retrieved from University of Phoenix, BUS415 - Business Law website.
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Business Plan Description of the Business the

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Business Plan

Description of the Business

The business is a gourmet candy shop. The shop will sell gourmet candy that has been sourced from all over the world. The shop will operate with one storefront location, and there will be an Internet/mail order component as well.

The rationale for the business is simply. There is a growing trend towards hedonistic approaches to dining. We have seen in the past few years the rise of the bacon fetish, high end craft beer and coffee, cupcakes, the move of fine dining to the mass market and a full embrace by Americans of better quality indulgent goods. Much of this trend can be credited to the aging of the population, as people seek to maximize pleasure. They have the financial means to treat themselves, and seek to balance this hedonism with a desire to be healthy. The intersection of these ideals is where…… [Read More]

References

Bailey, E. (2013). Pros and cons of incorporation. Suite101.com. Retrieved November 14, 2013 from http://suite101.com/a/pros-and-cons-of-incorporation-a42401

FASB. (2013). International convergence of accounting standards. Financial Accounting Standards Board. Retrieved November 14, 2013 from http://www.fasb.org/jsp/FASB/Page/SectionPage&cid=1176156245663

IRS.gov. (2013). Publication 946. Internal Revenue Service. Retrieved November 14, 2013 from http://www.irs.gov/publications/p946/ar02.html#en_US_2012_publink1000270861

NCA. (2013). Profile of the U.S. candy industry. National Confectioners' Association. Retrieved November 14, 2013 from http://www.candyusa.com/content.cfm?ItemNumber=1607
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Business Entities for the Bar

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However, as Nick is unqualified for the position, the medical question is moot -- Nick would not be hired because he has no experience.

Michelle has some past experience and would be under consideration. Under the terms of the Pregnancy Discrimination Act prohibits discrimination on the basis of pregnancy in employment. The Act does not explicitly prohibit Mei-Lin from inquiring about the pregnancy, but it is recommended that she refrain from doing so, as that inquiry could be used against the company in a discrimination suit should Michelle not be hired. Although ethics are not encompassed in the law, from an ethical point-of-view it would be irresponsible for SureBuild to hire Michelle, as working as a jackhammer operator would put the fetus at risk, there could be legal action taken against the company as a result for failing to provide the fetus with adequate duty of care.

Eric is experienced,…… [Read More]

Works Cited:

All Business. (2010). How should you structure your business? All Business. Retrieved October 30, 2010 from http://www.allbusiness.com/business-planning/business-structures-limited-liability/1679-1.html

ADA.gov. (2005). A guide to disability rights laws. U.S. Department of Justice. Retrieved October 30, 2010 from  http://www.ada.gov/cguide.htm#anchor62335 

Pregnancy Discrimination Act (1978). Retrieved October 30, 2010 from http://employment.findlaw.com/employment/employment-employee-discrimination-harassment/employment-employee-pregnancy-discrimination-top/pregnancy-discrimination-act.html

USDL. (2010). Age discrimination act of 1975. U.S. Department of Labor. Retrieved October 30, 2010 from  http://www.dol.gov/oasam/regs/statutes/age_act.htm
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Business Plan the Product That

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As a result, we expect to hit the market with premium pricing. The price point will also be set in accordance with the data gathered from our target market research.

A promotional message will need to be finalized and an advertising agency selected in order to help us build our promotional campaign. The promotional message will vary depending on the target market, focusing on different elements of the product. Two main features of all promotions, however, will be building brand awareness and promoting the product's innovative technology. Building brand awareness is critical because the brand is unknown at this time. By developing a brand, we will be positioned to extend that brand in the future. The main selling point of the device will be the technology. This message will be positioned more in light of what this technology allows the customer to do -- the coolness of the device is…… [Read More]

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Business and Professional Ethics Marketing Google

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This would have been a truly unethical action.

The second objection that can be brought to the sustained thesis is represented by the fact that censorship is a violation of several human rights. These rights include the right to freedom of speech, the right to self-expression and the right to be well informed. It might be argued that Google made a mistake and created a precedent, proving that totalitarian regime scan impose their rules even upon independent companies because these companies are more interested in obtaining financial profits rather than defending human rights and liberties.

This may be true to a certain limited extent. Supposing that Google had refused to implement its dot cn service. In this manner it would have made a statement regarding censorship and freedom. but, at the same time, it would have failed to serve the Chinese people in any way.

An action of this kind…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Martin, K.E. "Google, Inc., in China (condensed)." Business roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics. 30 October 2008. http://www.darden.virginia.edu/corporate-ethics/pdf/BRI-1004.pdf

Mill, J.S. "Utilitarianism." Google Books online. 30 October 2008 http://books.google.it/books?hl=it&id=9PE1LARQNV8C&dq=utilitarianism&printsec=frontcover&source=web&ots=54SBhkL_2p&sig=jUOgPaHFZE0wtGFE9IPUjqiAE8Q&sa=X&oi=book_result&resnum=4&ct=result
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Business Communications the Company Is

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A useful recommendation in this sense is represented by the contracting of a local law firm to ease the company's penetration into the region and to help us understand and overcome the initial barriers. But aside from understanding and complying with the regulations, it is also essential to understand and comply with the cultural features.

India is one of the oldest and most impressive global cultures. And its culture has also impacted the means in which business is conducted. One specific means is represented by the language barriers which are raised. And not only that the representatives of the two countries would speak different languages, it is highly possible that the representatives of India speak different languages among themselves. This is because the states of India have different official languages, and some states even have more than one official language (Kwintessential).

In terms of actual relationships between the Indians, these…… [Read More]

References:

Khanna, P., Mohan, C.R., 2006, Getting India right, Policy Review, No. 135, Questia http://www.questia.com

2011, Business laws and regulations in India, Amritt, http://www.amritt.com/business-laws-regulations-in-india.html last accessed on March 25, 2011

2011, the world factbook -- India, Central Intelligence Agency,  https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/in.html  last accessed on March 25, 2011

India -- language, culture, customs and etiquette, Kwintessential,  http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/resources/global-etiquette/india-country-profile.html  last accessed on March 25, 2011
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Business Entities Laws and Regulations

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Felipe's inability to speak English would be a liability to the company and a possible safety threat, so he should not be hired as well. That leaves Eric and Michelle, who are both qualified candidates and could therefore both be hired. Even though Eric does not have a high school diploma, his life experience should make up for the lack of education, and he knows how to work a jackhammer. Michelle is perfectly qualified, and cannot be turned down solely because of her (supposed) pregnancy, and is therefore the top choice according to the criteria. However, if either of their interviews provided a legitimate reason to why they would not be able to work, they would not have to be hired.

As a provider for Stonecraft Builders, Paul would do well to incorporate his proprietorship into a corporation. The process would take some time: he would need to file the…… [Read More]

References

IS Sole Proprietorship Status for You?. (2008). Home Business Magazine: The Home-Based Entrepreneur's Magazine, 15(6), 58. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Job interviews: How to pose risky questions the legal way. (2010). HR Specialist: New York Employment Law, 5(4), 6. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.

Jones, L.T. (2003). Preferred Return Limited Liability Company: An Alternative to Split Dollar. Journal of Financial Service Professionals, 57(6), 75-84. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
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Business Scenarios in Business One

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This is when the overall amounts of responsibilities are limited to: the percentage of ownership of the different shareholders. As a far as control is concerned, this means that management must carefully monitor who they are hiring to work as the jackhammer operator. The reason why, is because of the possibility of the on the job injuries that are work related. Taxation issues are limited mainly to the percentage of ownership of the various shareholders. As all income from the business will be divided and reported on the individual tax returns of the business owners. The possible liability issues include: workplace injuries, negligence and the loss of income that an employee can claim (in the event they are injured). To protect itself against the different risks, the business needs to have policies in place that will monitor the activities of managers, to ensure that they are following all regulations. This…… [Read More]

Bibliography

What is a Limited Liability Company. (2011). Wise Geek. Retrieved from:  http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-limited-liability-company.htm 

Astarita, J. (2009). Introduction to Private Placements. SEC Law. Retrieved from: http://www.seclaw.com/docs/pplace.htm

Eadie, J. (2011). Using Private Placement Strategies. Covenant Info. Retrieved from: http://covenantmfo.com/blog/2011/3/17/using-private-placement-strategies-minimize-tax-headaches

Schied, J. (2009). What Rules do Franchises have to Follow. Bright Hub. Retrieved from:  http://www.brighthub.com/office/entrepreneurs/articles/55272.aspx
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Business Entities Laws and Regulations

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S corporations must be domestic in nature, issue only one kind of stock, and have less than a hundred shareholders: given that Frank only has aspirations to have a U.S.-based business, this entity type would seem ideal, although he might need some legal help to file as an S Corporation.

Professional practice: An LLC, or limited liability corporation, is the most popular type of entity structure for professional groups such as doctor's offices, accountants, and other small enterprises. As owners, Akiva and Tara would not be personally liable for the debts of the LLC, although constructing the entity is more complicated, legally, than a joint proprietorship. Given the insurance risks of running a birth clinic and the dangers of litigation, anything but an LLC would be unwise. Additionally, in some states, owners are "protected from personally liability from certain acts or misconduct of other partners, employees, agents, or their representatives"…… [Read More]

References

Limited liability. (2010). State of Iowa. Retrieved March 29, 2010 at http://www.sos.state.ia.us/business/limliabpart.html

Limited partnership. (2007). Quick MBA. Retrieved March 29, 2010 at  http://www.quickmba.com/law/partnership/limited/ 

Pregnancy Discrimination Act. (2010). EEOC. Retrieved March 29, 2010 at  http://www.eeoc.gov/facts/fs-preg.html 

S Corporation. (2010). IRS. Retrieved March 29, 2010 at http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=98263,00.html
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Business Ethics Scenario -- Expansion

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In that regard, even the protections available in more sophisticated societies cannot prevent major governmental corruption, exploitation, or unethical business practices in the private sector.

Therefore, the prospect of expanding our company presence to Kava does not obligate us to become more directly involved in Kava government or politics, but it does impose an obligation on our part to encourage the most beneficial organizational values and practices at every level. Business management principles must be shared in a manner that best cultivates a fundamental respect for human rights, equal rights, ethical principles of fairness and equity.

Naturally, in addition to attempting to instil socially responsible organizational values in Kava, our ethical responsibility requires us to determine a fair method of apportioning the measurable value that we derive from our Kava operations between the Kava people and our financial interests. It should go without saying that we will restrict our operations,…… [Read More]

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Business Scenanario on Parrent Company

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It is as such necessary to assess it in light of the negative consequences it might generate, the resources available to the company so that it reduces the threat of the problem and finally, the criteria which need to be satisfied in order to state that the problem has been resolved (Principia Cybernetica Web).

a) Problem components: different views manifested primarily in cultural barriers (such as language barriers); lack of experience in the field of delivery services; the role of women in the workplace is still decreased and it has only improved recently as a result of the epidemics and the necessity for more labor force; gender discrimination could raise problems and it must be limited, if not at all eliminated. Bribery is also a growing problem in the region and the efforts of the delivery subsidiary could be easily compromised -- these problem components also represent the reasons as…… [Read More]

References:

Canwell, D., 1998, Marketing Campaigns, Cengage Learning EMEA

Wherther, W.B., Chandler, D., 2005, Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility: Stakeholders in a Global Environment, SAGE

2009, Our Company -- Mission, Strategy, Values, FedEx Website, http://about.FedEx.designcdt.com/our_company/company_information/mission_statement last accessed on August 10, 2009

2009, Our Customers, FedEx Multimedia Center, http://mediacenter.FedEx.designcdt.com/video/our_customers last accessed on August 10, 2009
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Business Overview of Coke and

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As obesity became a hot top, outcry from parents, educators and government institutions began to criticize these arrangements. Coca-Cola has also been rebuked for its Harry Potter promotional advertising campaign, the costliest movie tie-in ever, that promotes children's literacy while simultaneously pushing Coke sales (aue, 2002).

In 2003, the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) said soft drinks sold by Coca-Cola and PepsiCo in India contained high levels of pesticides such as DDT and malathion (Coke, Pepsi India deny pesticides in soft drinks).

The independent environmental group said it had found no pesticides in tests of Coke and Pepsi soft drink brands sold in the United States and attributed India's high pesticide residues to the soft drink and bottled water industry's use of an enormous amount of ground water as the basic raw material. For their part, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo denied the reports and resisted efforts government efforts to display…… [Read More]

Bibliography

Baue, W. (2002, January 3). Harry Potter hawks Coke, inciting ire amongst fans and consumer advocates alike. Institutional Shareowner. Retrieved January 26, 2005 from Web site: http://www.institutionalshareowner.com/news/article.cgi?sfArticleId=746

Coca-Cola 2003 annual report. Coca-Cola. Retrieved January 25, 2005 from Web site:  http://media.corporate-ir.net/media_files/irol/94/94566/reports/ko_022704.pdf 

Coca-Cola Enterprises' profit falls, (2004, October 28). Associated Press. Retrieved January 25, 2005 from Web site: http://biz.yahoo.com/ap/041028/earns_coca_cola_enterprises_3.html

Coke announces plan to alter school vending program in bid to curb the commercialization of schools (2001, March 19). Ethics Newline. Retrieved January 24, 2004 from Web site: http://www.globalethics.org/newsline/members/issue.tmpl?articleid=03190113315321
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Businesses Are the Cornerstone of a Capitalistic

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Businesses are the cornerstone of a capitalistic society. Businesses often drive economic growth and overall societal prosperity. In many instances, business can enhance the overall quality of life of those living in civilization. Looking back briefly at history, provides a unique perspective of business as it relates to societal development. Currently, looking at a minimum wage individual living in America today, they are able to perform tasks and activities that many of the wealthiest individuals in society during 1900 could only dream of. The minimum wage individual can watch television, listen to music on a cell phone, use the internet and even control the weather within their vehicle. This has occurred primarily due to the profit incentive embedded in a capitalistic society. The same will occur with Alex, Bill, Carl, Devon, and Xavier as there farm business developments. These same principles are present for all Christians who want their business…… [Read More]

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1. Barnet, Richard; Ronald E. Muller (1974). Global Reach: The Power of the Multinational Corporation. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster.

2. Blumberg, Phillip I., The Multinational Challenge to Corporation Law: The Search for a New Corporate Personality, (1993)

3. Cadman, John William. The Corporation in New Jersey: Business and Politics,, (1949)

4. Conard, Alfred F Corporations in Perspective. 1976.
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Business Law Memo the CEO

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hen this happens, actuaries can use the data that was collected to provide a clear picture of what is taking place inside the various segments of the firm. ("Sarbanes-Oxley Act") (Holland)

Obtaining a complete list of all business units is where the off the books activities and any type of outside partnerships are disclosed to managers. This helps them to determine the extent of these arrangements on the company and the impact of the actions of other entities. Once this takes place, is when actuaries will have a better understanding of what is occurring and how this is contributing to the corporation's growth. ("Sarbanes-Oxley Act") (Holland)

Performing a risk assessment is when executives will determine if there are any kinds of actions that pose a threat to the firm. This allows them to see if questionable areas are a possible danger and the lasting impacts it will have on the…… [Read More]

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"Sarbanes-Oxley." Deloitte, 2010. Web. 29 Jun. 2013.

"Sarbanes-Oxley Act." Price Waterhouse Coopers, 2004. Web. 29 Jun. 2013.

"Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002." Investopedia, 2013. Web. 29 Jun. 2013.

Holland, Jessica. "Ensuring Compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley." University of South Carolina, 2006. Web. 30 Jun. 2013.
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Business Organization Coursework Mary and Joseph Stakeholders

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Business Organization Coursework:

Mary and Joseph, stakeholders in Kings plc, are concerned about the company's management practices by its current directors. One of these recent practices includes the desire by these directors of Kings plc, which owned a hotel, to acquire two additional hotels. As a result, these directors created a subsidiary company for the sole purpose of acquiring the two hotels. In this new development, Kings plc could only acquire few shares of the new subsidiary whereas the directors and the company solicitor purchased the majority of the new subsidiary's shares. Therefore, the new subsidiary was eventually sold and the directors made significant profits. However, the shareholders of Kings plc i.e. Mary and Joseph want to know whether the directors were legally entitled to carry out such practices. These shareholders are specifically concerned with the legality of the directors' actions and the relevant legal sanctions against the directors, which…… [Read More]

References:

Birds, J & Boyle, A.J 2011, Boyle and Birds on company law, 8th edn, Jordan's Publishing, St.

Thomas Street, Bristol.

Dignam, A 2011, Hicks and Goo's cases and materials on company law, 8th edn, Sweet & Marxwell, Avenue Road, London.

Hannigan, B 2012, Company law, 3rd edn, Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street,
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Business Expansion FedEx Is a Corporation Offering

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Business Expansion

FedEx is a corporation offering worldwide delivery services to other corporations, government entities, individuals and anyone who is interested in quick, efficient and safe delivery of documents and other packages throughout the world. As such, FedEx is constantly looking to expand into additional marketplaces and geographies. Understanding the local economies and cultures of the areas of expansion are key to a successful launch and ongoing profitability when servicing the new areas.

Considering all the various factors that can ensure a profitable expansion venture is an important part of the decision process. A recent report determined that "companies have more than enough data to tell them when, where and who is buying their product" (Neeley, arnica, Lorinc, Castaldo, McCullough, Nowak, Toller, Beer, Evans, Melanson, Barmak, McCullough, Shufelt, 2013, p. 36) but that is only part of the equation. Knowing who is buying your product does not necessarily equate into…… [Read More]

Works Cited

Kohls, B.M.; (2012) Going global, Economic Development Journal, Vol. 11, Issue 3, pp. 27 -- 34

Neeley, P.; Warnica, R.; Lorinc, J.; Castaldo, J.; McCullough, M.; Nowak, P.; Toller, C.; Beer, J.; Evans, M.; Melanson, T.; Barmak, S.; McCullugh, M.; Shufelt, T.; (2013) 35 Radical ideas to kick-start Canada's economy, Canadian Business, Vol. 86, Issue 5, pp. 36 -- 62

Pofeldt, E.; (2013) Grow the right way, Money, Vol. 42, Issue 10, p. 48
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Business in the Present Global

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This in turn often leads to low inventory on the shelves to be sold at the various retailers.

The notion of reverse logistics stands for all procedures related to the recycle of products and materials. It is the process of planning, putting into practice, and controlling the knowledgeable, cost effective flow of raw materials, in-process inventory, finished goods and related information from the point of use to the point of source for the reason of recapturing worth or proper discarding. The issues for sellers and vendors is to process returns at a proficiency level that permits rapid, efficient and cost-effective compilation and return of merchandise. Customer requirements facilitate command for an elevated standard of service that includes correctness and timeliness. In the end it's the logistic company's responsibility to cut down the connection from return origination to the point of resell.

Conclusion

This issues for supply chain flows that offshoring…… [Read More]

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Agrawal M, 2011. "Impact on Inventories in Moving Manufacturing outside America for Domestic Demand." Web. 3 November 2011. Available at:

http://bx.businessweek.com/supply-chain-performance/view?url=http%3A%2F%2Fmaniagrawal.wordpress.com%2F2011%2F1

0%2F27%2Fimpact-on-inventories-in-moving-manufacturing-outside-america-for-domestic-demand%2F

Burnson, P., 2010. "Reverse Logistics." Web. 3 November 2011. Available at:
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Business Kea Fashion Ltd a National New

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usiness

Kea Fashion Ltd., a national New Zealand garment chain, has come to an important point in its development: the decision to internationalize its business and to enter a foreign market. In general, and it is also the case here, such a decision can have a double goal. One would be to find sources of production that would decrease production costs. This is usually done by extending the company's activity in the production area in a country where the wages are much lower than in the country of origin. Usually, the developing countries are the best places to relocate one's business in this sense, because of two reasons. One of them is related to lower wages, as I have mentioned here above. Another reason is that, even if the wages are low, the workers' experience is notable and it would not affect the quality of the products they make. In…… [Read More]

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 http://www.ttf.co.uk/industry/csr/issues_brief.asp  http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/factbook/(for general information on China, such as population, etc.)

4. Adler, Nancy. International Dimensions of Organizational Behavior, 2nd ed., PWS- Kent Publishing, Boston, 1991.

5. Buckley, Peter, J. The Internationalization of the Firm, 1994
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Business Research Methods

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Business Methods

In order to study career aspirations, a survey of fifteen students was conducted to determine what level the student expected to achieve as their highest level. The students polled were all business students. The unit of analysis was scalar, with the options reflecting hierarchical levels within a corporation. The results of the survey were as follows:

Executive

Upper Management

Middle Management

Lower Management

Non-Management

These results show that business students have a wide range of aspirations and expectations for their careers. While some see themselves on a path to executive-level leadership, others see themselves slotting into middle- or upper-level managerial positions as their apex. None of the business students surveyed felt that they were likely to end up in a non-management role. Because of the desire to create scalar units of measurement, the question did not distinguish between these levels and entrepreneurship. So the size of the company…… [Read More]

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Lund Research (2012). Stratified random sampling. Lund Research. Retrieved April 3, 2014 from  http://dissertation.laerd.com/stratified-random-sampling.php 

No author (2014). Business research process: An overview. EIS.HU.EDU. Retrieved April 3, 2014 from https://eis.hu.edu.jo/ACUploads/10643/Chapter%204.pdf
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Business Ethics Over the Last

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twyman-whitney.com/americancitizen/links/lobbies.htmv

Adamson, John. Law for Business and Personal Use. Mason: South -- Western, 2008.

Lamb, Charles. Marketing 5. Mason: Cengage -- South Western, 2011.

Simms, Mary. "What are the Different Consumer Groups." E. How. Last modified 2012. http://www.ehow.com/info_8060212_different-consumer-groups.html

Chicago Format. http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/717/03/

Mary Simms, "What are the Different Consumer Groups," E. How, last modified 2012, http://www.ehow.com/info_8060212_different-consumer-groups.html

"Community," American Marketing Association, last modified 2012, http://www.marketingpower.com/Community/Pages/sigs.aspx

"The American Citizen Interest Groups," Twyman-Whitney, last modified 2012, http://www.twyman-whitney.com/americancitizen/links/lobbies.htmv

John Adamson, Law for Business and Personal Use (Mason: South -- Western, 2008) 164 -- 178.

John Adamson, Law for Business and Personal Use (Mason: South -- Western, 2008) 164 -- 178.

John Adamson, Law for Business and Personal Use (Mason: South -- Western, 2008) 164 -- 178.

John Adamson, Law for Business and Personal Use (Mason: South -- Western, 2008) 164 -- 178.

Charles Lamb, Marketing 5 (Mason: Cengage -- South Western, 2011), 35 -- 39.…… [Read More]

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"Community." American Marketing Association. Last modified 2012. http://www.marketingpower.com/Community/Pages/sigs.aspx

"The American Citizen Interest Groups." Twyman-Whitney. Last modified 2012 http://www.twyman-whitney.com/americancitizen/links/lobbies.htmv

Adamson, John. Law for Business and Personal Use. Mason: South -- Western, 2008.

Lamb, Charles. Marketing 5. Mason: Cengage -- South Western, 2011.
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Business Ethics in the Case

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This can hurt the returns of the portfolio over the long-term.

Although legally not all information must be disclosed, should companies be obligated to disclose the true nature of investor risk? Or are investors responsible for determining such risk?

Yes, under the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934 all firms must provide material changes in their financial condition to regulators. However, investors also need to understand that investing in common stocks entails more risks in comparison with CDs or U.S. Treasuries.

Did Enron's overstating of profits amount to a manipulation of investors? as the manipulation intentional? Should investors assume a high level of risk unless told otherwise?

Yes, the reason why is because the stock was valued for much more than it was really worth. This harmed investors who believed what management was telling them the about future profit margins. The fraud was intentional. This is because executives knowingly lied…… [Read More]

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Tom Beachamp, Ethical Theory and Business (New York: Prentice Hall, 2008), 404
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Business Law This Document Contains Legal Advice

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Business Law

This document contains legal advice made on request of Zmags, an Australian Holiday Brochure. Paper covers the customer law, contract law and other legal issues as found in the brochure for Coasts and Bays. The brochure claims to make the holidays 100% rejoicing for the clients and to offer them a lifetime experience. The brochure offers guidelines about the travel routes as well as the resorts. There are legal concerns involved in the advertisement made by any company. Often an advertisement campaign is too tempting or misleading that the customer's rights are violated. Australia has strict laws against the rights of customers that are almost universally applicable in all the states and regions of the country. The report advises what to include or exclude from the report to make it legally effective.

Consumer Law

The consumer law of Australia generally bans all the misleading activities in the business…… [Read More]

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2. Bradbury, H.D., 2010, the Australian Consumer Law, Retrieved from:

http://www.consumerlaw.gov.au/content/fact_sheets/_downloads/brochure_FAQ.pdf
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English Legal System the Sources

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The Da Costa ruling, however, determined that any ruling of the European Court of Justice must necessarily apply to all national courts when interpreting Community Law (Craig 2001). In this way, the law is guaranteed to be applied evenly in and in the same manner in all member nation courts when deciding Community Law issues, whereas prior to this ruling differing interpretations of the same facets of Community Law could be applied to the same issue.

It is important to note that this ruling does not affect the various national courts of the member nations of the European Union when interpreting national law, and in fact the European Union and its various courts, including the European Court of Justice, have no sway over such interpretations, as the European Union is not a true federal entity (Craig 2001). In this way, while ensuring the equitable interpretation of Community Law in all…… [Read More]

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Business Law the Paris Convention Is One

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Business Law

The Paris convention is one of the Intellectual Property Treaties administered by World International Property Organization (WIPO). It was first signed in Paris in 1883 by 11 countries to provide international harmonizing and streamlining of intellectual property laws. It has been revised many times and its current language includes patents, trademarks and industrial designs. Major fundamental principles of the treaty include (World International Property Organization, 2013);

Anti-discrimination policy: each member country is obliged to give other member country nationals, the same protection and advantages it gives to its nationals.

Framework of priority: an invention can be protected from the same point, in time in various countries. The patent applicants are granted the date of their first filling; as the active application date for the patent applications in all member countries, for up to 12 months after filling the original application.

Berne Convention; it is also referred to as…… [Read More]

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for the Protection of Industrial Property. Retrieved September 3, 2013 from http://www.wipo.int/treaties/en/ip/paris/trtdocs_wo020.html

The United States Patent and Trademark Office, (2013). Madrid Protocol. Retrieved September 3, 2013 from http://www.uspto.gov/trademarks/law/madrid/index.jsp

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Business Ethics Export Capital for

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However, the issue is more nuanced -- what if, as a humanitarian effort, a pharmaceutical company sold recently expired drugs at very low cost to an impoverished developing nation in the grips of an epidemic? hat if a food company donated food that was safe but 'past its expiration date' to a famine-stricken nation? In this case, a utilitarian calculus would support such exchanges. The balance between the benefit of being cured or not starving to death and potential harm of bad drugs or food would suggest such a donation was ethical. From a Rawlsian point-of-view, imagining whether you were the producer or the consumer, it seems likely that 'you' the consumer would take a risk of eating safe but recently stale rice to avoid starvation, much like a producer would be happy to gain good publicity and unload goods that cannot be sold in the U.S. Everyone, in short,…… [Read More]

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Shaw, W.H. & Barry, V. (2007). Moral issues in business. (10th ed.). USA: Thomson

Wadsworth
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Business Goals Since the New

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An article by Bernard Stahl, "The responsible company of the future: reflective responsibility in business," that the one thing that is certain about the future is its uncertainty. While uncertainty has always been a constant of human life, due to technological and social developments, risk and uncertainty are going to be defining features that future companies of the future will have to face. Acting responsibly will allow companies to face risks and uncertainties, to adhere to moral standards and at the same time improve their economic viability. Developing and implementing a plan for responsible action will demand costly and significant resources, patience and the acceptance that failure can still occur. However, this approach will be much better for our country and the world at large. I look forward to having such a company after graduating.

Similarly, an article by Ken Petress, "Some thoughts about deception," stresses that "Deception is shown…… [Read More]

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Business Communications C E O Opening a

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The procedure to attain a Malaysian visa is quite hassle free unlike many countries. Many countries around the world enjoy visa exemption under Malaysian law and the visa fee for most countries is minimal (Noorbakhsh).

Malaysian government is doing all it can to promote the Malaysian tourism. Moreover, the fact that holiday packages in Malaysia are much cheaper as compared to other holiday destinations have resulted in attracting more tourists, who otherwise travel to European destinations, which are now very expensive. The fact that Malaysia is also emerging as an international trade hub has also increased the number of corporate tourists visiting the country.

Over the years Malaysia has been successful in gaining advantages from cheaper sources of energy. Presently, Malaysia's energy sources are cheaper that what is prevalent in most parts of the world. Currently, United States of America is one country that has cheaper energy resources. The low…… [Read More]

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Rahman, Mohd Nizam Ab. "The Effective Implementation of Global Supply Chain Management in Small to Medium-Sized Companies in Malaysia: An Empirical Study." International Journal of Management 29.3 (2012): 274+. Questia. Web. 23 Mar. 2013.

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Wai-Ching, Poon, and Yong Gun-Fie David. "Comparing Satisfaction Levels of Asian and Western Travellers Using Malaysian Hotels." Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 12.1 (2005): 64+. Questia. Web. 23 Mar. 2013.
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Business Law Dimitri vs Bib Bob's Having

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Business Law

Dimitri vs. Bib Bob's

Having given an offer to the public of a price tagged at $5,000 upon completion of a given task, the Bib Bob's had made a valid offer which was accepted by one individual Dimitri. In this case there was already an offer in writing trough the advertisement flown on the place and an acceptance was made to take up the contract and the terms by Dimitri. Indeed, the accepting party had already began the process of fulfilling the terms of the contract hence it was a biding contract and enforceable one at that moment. This was an express contract that was made in writing and accepted either in writing or orally as the case indicates 'Franks Dimitri saw the streamer and accepted the challenge'. There were well defined terms of the contract and the responsibilities of each party (Business Knowledge esource, 2013). The accepting…… [Read More]

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Business Plan Marketing to Brazil

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Some Brazilian businesses might want to engage in joint arrangements to have workers going to do business or live abroad in English-speaking languages learn from these tapes, and there could be special discount agreements with such companies, to make use of these resources. Additionally, the national economy would greatly benefit from a more fluent population that was better able to engage in a variety of business endeavors in other nations. This would encourage the Brazilian government to not place any additional legal obstacles when engaging in negotiations regarding such an exporting arrangement.

There already a clear and strong desire to learn more about the United States, to do business with the United States, and to travel to the United States. Brazil was the ninth largest source of visitors to the United States in 2004 and has one of the fastest growing outbound travel markets in the world. "ith only 4…… [Read More]

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Business Skills -- Personal Evaluation Demonstrate Effective

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Business Skills -- Personal Evaluation

Demonstrate effective communication skills

• I have expanded my vocabulary to include standard practical and theoretical business concepts and I have increased my proficiency with digital technology communications media. I have learned how to coordinate my vocabulary, language, and persuasion efforts to specific audiences depending on whether they are laypeople, professionals, colleagues, or strangers. This skill is extremely important within the military, in particular, because communications that are standard among service members are often incomprehensible to civilians and because civilian communications may be too imprecise to convey the minimum necessary information and distinctions typically communicated best through highly specialized terminology.

• I have improved my ability to use email and other forms of technology to communicate in a professional manner. That also includes a greater understanding of the manner in which different communications media typically require the communicator to consider how various communications efforts might…… [Read More]

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Business Environment in Taiwan

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Business Environment in Taiwan

Taiwan is an island situated approximately 180 kilometers (Eastern Asia) away from southeastern coast of mainland China. Having a geographical area of 35,883 Km2, Taiwan is officially part of the Peoples epublic of China (PC) although there is much tension between Taiwan and China regarding statehood of Taiwan. The U.S. however does not acknowledge Taiwan as a separate state. Taiwan has a population of 23 million (consisting three main ethnic groups i.e. Taiwanese, Mainland Chinese, and indigenous people) and Taipei is the capital city of Taiwan. Of late, relations between Taipei and Beijing have been cordial. Taiwan follows a civil law system and has a multiparty democracy as governance system (Department of Investment Services, 2013). Being a thriving economy based on hi-tech industrial base and trade relations with most of the developed world, the country is deemed an important destination by multinational corporations (MNCs) for the…… [Read More]

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Council for Economic Planning and Development. (2013). Removal of items from negative list increase choices for foreign investors. CEPD. Retrieved from: http://www.cepd.gov.tw/encontent/m1.aspx?sNo=0019594

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Business Foundations of Business Law

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If a person to whom a ring is given can prove all three of these elements, then a court is likely to deem the ring to be a gift. Thus Heathcliff would have no claim to the ring at a future date in time.

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Business Marketing Hong Kong Telecom Learning

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Confidence in Hong Kong's legal system is a direct result of its links with the rest of the world. if, in our haste to use Chinese, we change the standard and the meaning of the law, and non-Chinese speakers get pushed out of practice, then we risk losing those links.' The traditional Chinese structure has focused on mediation for civil and commercial cases, with lawyers widely viewed as troublemakers, and on executive punishment for criminal cases; there has been no history of justice through an adversarial process. As the Asian Wall Street Journal warned, "A drift into linguistic balkanization -- part English and part Cantonese, plus jargon grafted from the Chinese mainland -- could unmoor Hong Kong from the international business community." (Callick, 1998, p. 84)

Part of doing business with a foreign county is seeing how they see you. It was essential to impress upon the American companies with…… [Read More]

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Hong Kong Telecom
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English Lit an Analysis of

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Even physical relationships are prone to dissolution -- as ebster shows: the lovers are murdered one by one. ebster and the other Jacobeans appear to pine for an era of old world spirituality -- for the new modern world, while full of scientific inquiry and triumph (see Bacon), lacks that sensitivity of soul that could effect true and real humility.

3. For, however, a complete and masterful representation of the many facets of human nature in all its strengths and failings, one need look no further than to the works of Shakespeare, which span both Elizabethan and Jacobean eras. For the folly of kingly pride, there is Lear. For the bitterness of ambition on the murdered conscience, there is Macbeth. For the nature of love and the relationship between man and woman there are the marvelous sonnets 116, 129, and 138: all three of which tackle the subject from a…… [Read More]

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Edition. (M. H. Abrams, ed.) W.W. Norton, 2006.

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Business the Concept of Globalization

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In the case of Lenovo, it seems extremely important (and perceptive) to appoint an American CEO and adopt English as the corporate language. Even though they are attempting to take over the global PC market, IBM is a long-standing American company, and to quickly turn it into a foreign company would alienate millions of Americans, and quite possibly doom the entire operation due to bad press and bad feelings. Keeping the American CEO and moving to New York showed they took IBM and its products seriously, and knew that IBM had much more global recognition and appreciation than Lenovo had. They knew that they could make a statement by retaining the English, American components of the business, and they did. It was simply a very wise business decision that made perfect marketing and P sense.

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Swinton, Captain D.E. "The Defense of Duffer's Drift." Command and General Staff College. 2008.…… [Read More]

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Business Ethics -- Al Parrish

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4. Conclusions

The contemporaneous society is extremely competitive and sometimes, even out of envy, people will accuse others of having engaged in immoral actions in order to have achieved their goals. This paper has striven to look at the career of one of the most respected Alaskan businessmen. Having started as a busboy, Al Parrish soon ascended the organizational ladder to high managerial positions. As he completed his professional formation, he felt it was time to give something back to the community and joined the managerial team at Providence Health System.

The analysis of Al Parrish' career reveals that high positions and business success can in fact be achieved without getting one's hands dirty and compromising their moral integrity. William J. Tobin at The Voice of Times says about the vice president and CEO of the Alaskan healthcare facility: "Al has always done a very good job in anything he…… [Read More]

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Business Critical Thinking

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Business Critical Thinking

To whom it may concern:

'Logically speaking...' How often do we say this simple phrase? There is a presumption that logic is not only good, but that the human mind can easily calculate the pros and cons of most decisions. However, the human brain did not evolve to naturally gravitate to an emotion-free, Spock-like way of evaluating options. "hen people face an uncertain situation, they don't carefully evaluate the information or look up relevant statistics. Instead, their decisions depend on mental short cuts, which often lead them to make foolish decisions. The short cuts aren't a faster way of doing the math; they're a way of skipping the math altogether" (Lehrer 2011). The sooner we admit this, the better we can cope with the challenges with which life presents us; the sooner a business organization admits this, the better it can guard against irrationality, or at least…… [Read More]

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Business General Please List Sections According to

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Business (general)

Please list sections according to instructions

Exercise 1.1: eview of esearch Study and Consideration of Ethical Guidelines

Option 1: Stanford Prison Experiment

Go to: http://www.prisonexp.org, the official site for the Stanford Prison Experiment.

What do you think the research questions were in this study? List 2 or 3 possible research questions (in question format) that may have been the focus of this experiment.

What happens when you put good people in an evil place? Does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? Does natural or innate evil exist, or is evil situational? Are certain people simply born "bad apples" or are they made evil by "bad barrels"?

What is "reality" in a prison setting? This study is one in which an illusion of imprisonment was created, but when do illusions become real? How quickly and easily will 'ordinary men' adjust to the roles as prisoners, guards and…… [Read More]

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Business and Leadership Peter Northouse in His

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Business and Leadership

Peter Northouse, in his newly released book Theory and Practice along with Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal in their also newly released book eframing Organizations can help each one of us to understand the ways in which we take a role of greater leadership within our own lives and so achieve more of what we want of our own goals. By asking us to examine the nature of the relationships that exist among individuals in our own workplaces (as Northouse does) and asking us to examine how we present us to others (as Bolman and Deal do in their section on the symbolic framing of our actions), I have been able to come to terms with what I have seen as my own shortcomings. ather than seeing these attributes as failures on my own part, I am now better able to understand them as part of myself…… [Read More]

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Business Communications Ali Berro Exercise

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Catherine's Hospital and it is the desire of the human resource department to help you in any way possible. This is not a situation that is a happy one for anyone involved.

I have investigated what can be done, and unfortunately, there is not a lot that we can do to get the insurance company to pay the bill. The operation took place in an out-of-network hospital, and the HMO plan which you chose when joining our company does not cover out-of-network procedures. The plan does offer two alternatives, unfortunately you chose neither one.

There are, however, a number of different options that are available to you at this point. One of the options is to explain to the hospital what happened, and see if there is a possibility of setting up some type of payment plan. We have worked with this hospital's financial department and they are very cooperative…… [Read More]

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Business Scenanario on Parrent Company

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In addition to the fact that it reveals the strongest benefits, it also has the advantage that most of its limitations can be easily overcome. In this order of ideas, both time and resource consumption can be reduced by using the previous FedEx campaigns. This strategy does not imply a lack of creativity and originality, but it is based on several advantages, as follows:

Along its existence, parent company Federal Express has created numerous marketing campaigns which have managed to attract both employees as well as customers -- this expertise is vital for the success of the Kava-based subsidiary, Pacific Express

FedEx still possesses its previous campaigns and can readjust one to suit the recruitment requirements of PacEx

The endeavor would materialize in the benefits of reduced time in creating a new campaign, combined with the decade long expertise of FedEx

The campaign would be modified and adjusted to the…… [Read More]

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Business Correspondence External Correspondence Big-1

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Please do not hesitate if I can be of any further assistance.

Yours truly,

Internal Document -- Memo

To: Frank Page

Re: B-1 Rental Agency Follow-up

Date: June 15, 2012

Please be advised that B-1 Franchise Oversight Manager has been contacted pursuant to your instructions to resolve the Twin Cities Airport B-1 franchise issue involving their repeatedly furnishing vehicles with inoperable systems and otherwise in need of maintenance. The following points were emphasized in that correspondence:

The situation is serious and has recurred numerous times

The situation has already been brought to the attention of management without any appreciable response

B-1 and CCC have a long-standing business relationship and mutual interests in the way B-1 vehicles are represented to the public in this region

We expect B-1 to take immediate and appropriate action to rectify this situation

An operational audit is in order to identify the source of the problem…… [Read More]

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Business Communications the Purpose of

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Wheatland Rentals. (2010). Photo of Kuala Lumpur skyline. Retrieved April 3, 2011 from http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.wheatlandrentals.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/Petronas-Towers.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.wheatlandrentals.com/tallest-building-in-world-opens-in-dubai-45&usg=__m7gzrYdH0n4ZOh1_Nh5CE_HhSEs=&h=350&w=464&sz=35&hl=en&start=0&zoom=1&tbnid=xhgOsx4x8Gsn8M:&tbnh=137&tbnw=184&ei=_tSYTZmbOZSA4Qbl-_CSDA&Prev=/images%3Fq%3Dpetronas%2Btowers%26um%3D1%26hl%3Den%26safe%3Doff%26client%3Dfirefox-a%26sa%3DN%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-U.S.:official%26biw%3D1280%26bih%3D623%26tbs%3Disch:1&um=1&itbs=1&iact=hc&vpx=131&vpy=280&dur=1554&hovh=195&hovw=259&tx=122&ty=106&oei=_tSYTZmbOZSA4Qbl-_CSDA&Page=1&ndsp=21&ved=1t:429,r:7,s:0… [Read More]

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Business Ethics - ADA Issues

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Limitations on ADA equirements:

The ADA does not require employers to provide accommodations that pose an undue hardship on the employer or the business entity. The ADA defines "undue hardship" as accommodations that exceed the employer's financial resources or that would constitute significant hardship or difficulty for the employer (Halbert & Ingulli, 2008). In that regard, the ADA analysis of what accommodations are unduly difficult or expensive depends on specific factors such as the relative size and budget of the employing entity as well as the nature of the business, products, or services provided by that business.

The employer is not required to provide accommodations that would decrease the quality or the volume of the goods or services it provides, nor is the employer required to furnish specific personal items such as blood monitoring equipment, glasses, or hearing devices. Generally, the employer is only required to provide reasonable accommodations after…… [Read More]

References

Dershowitz, a.M. (2002). Shouting Fire: Civil Liberties in a Turbulent Age. New York: Little Brown.

Friedman, L.M. (2005). A History of American Law. New York: Touchstone. Halbert, T., Ingulli, E. (2008). Law & Ethics in the Business Environment.

Cincinnati: West Legal Studies. Hall, K. (Ed.) (1992). The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States.

New York: Oxford University Press
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Business Public Relations E-Mail to

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Naturally, we encouraged Mr. Newly to pursue the opportunity, notwithstanding our disappointment at having to postpone his appearances.

Luckily, we have managed to secure the services of Mr. Drew Sterling, the immensely talented young baritone soloist who will be replacing Mr. Newly in both performances this weekend. As many of you already know, Mr. Sterling is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and the Boston Conservatory and a breathtaking performer in his own right. His debut CD received critical acclaim last year. Please join us this Friday morning for an interview with Mr. Sterling Friday morning at 10:00.

E-mail to Russell Witherspoon:

Subject: "Help"

-Alex

Attached File to RS

File: SterlingDraftExcerpt (1)11-18-07.doc

What we're going with as of now:

It is with very mixed feelings with which the City Symphony must announce an unavoidable change in it's schedule for this week's anticipated performances by the City Symphony's own Josh…… [Read More]

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Business Plan for a Multi-National Enterprise That

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Business plan for a Multi-National Enterprise that conducts Foreign Direct Investment

Description of the MNE

Paradise Baby Food Company (PBFC) proposes to invest in a factory in India, one of the countries where Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is growing at a momentous pace, and from there not only create its unique product but also have access to a growing market that is interested in western products. PBFC intends to develop a complete line of health food products for children, using minimal processing techniques. All products will contain wholesome ingredients such as herbs and naturally derived vitamins, minerals, and other supplements. They will be free of chemicals and additives. The herbs are more plentiful in, and cheaper to gain and process, from India. Other companies claim to sell healthy and nutritious baby food, but their herbs are either processed so finely that little remains, or they are imported from long distance…… [Read More]

References

GoingGlobal.com.

 http://www.going-global.com/articles/understanding_foreign_direct_investment.htm 

IBEF. Foreign Direct Investment (May, 2011) http://www.ibef.org/india/economy/fdi.aspx iloveindia.com

Merinews.com. Fast Food Industry in India on the Rise.
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Business Law Remedies Genix Inc Has Contracted

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Business Law

Remedies

Genix, Inc., has contracted to sell Larson five hundred washing machines of a certain model and list price. Genix is to ship the goods on or before December 1. Genix produces one thousand washing machines of this model but has not yet prepared Larson's shipment. On November 1, Larson repudiates the contract. Discuss the remedies available to Genix in this situation.

Facts

Larson breech the contract

The remedy to the manufacture for the breach of contract

There are several remedies that are available for a breach of contract that attempt to provide a remedy for the damage incurred by one party not fulfilling the terms of the agreement. In this case, since the washing machines were already produced and there was still time to ship them, the cost will have to account for the damages that it will incur by not being able to ship the 500…… [Read More]

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English by Time

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The Norman conquest had forever altered the face of history and the face of the English language.

Middle English

The period thought of as the Middle English period roughly from 1150-1500 is a period that is demonstrative of the massive changes associated with the Norman conquest. Though there is some evidence that French did not completely overtake English in common or official use the language had a great influence upon English via the Normans and the elasticity of the language at its source.

The Middle English period (1150-1500) was marked by momentous changes in the English language, changes more extensive and fundamental than those that have taken place at any time before or since. Some of them were the result of the Norman Conquest and the conditions which followed in the wake of that event. Others were a continuation of tendencies that had begun to manifest themselves in Old…… [Read More]

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Baugh, Albert C. A History of the English Language. 2nd ed. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1959.

Emerson, Oliver Farrar. The History of the English Language. New York: Macmillan, 1894.

McCrum, Robert & MacNeil, Robert. The Story of English: Third Revised Edition. New York: Penguin, 2003.

Spreading the Word; Restore VOA's English-Language Broadcast Funds." The Washington Times 15 Feb. 2006: A19.
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English Only Legislation Is 'English

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Language continually reminds one (or not), and underscores and reinforces (or not) one's roots, identity, and authentic self. That is, I believe, the real reluctance of those who would cling, too stubbornly, it has been argued by Hayakawa and others, to their first, original tongue. That is also why much of the intimacy, energy, comfortableness, and fun instantly evaporated from the Rodriguez family atmosphere the afternoon one of Richard's teachers suggested to the children's parents that the family speak more English, and less Spanish, at home.

Along with one's language of birth (whatever it is) come feelings of being understood and accepted; and from those spring a sense of one's own selfhood and identity. In my opinion, that is the main, underlying, reason why 'English Only' Legislation is not a particularly practical solution to multilingualism in the United States (if multilingualism needs a "solution"). This is not because such legislation…… [Read More]

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Crawford, James. "Introduction." Language Loyalties: A Source Book on the Official English Controversy. James Crawford (Ed.). Chicago, Ill.: University of Chicago Press, 1992. 1.

Hayakawa, S.I. "The Case for Official English." In A Meeting of Minds: A Brief Rhetoric for Writers and Readers. Patsy Callaghan and Ann Dobyns

Eds.). New York: Pearson Longman, 2004. 446-452.

Headden, Susan, et al. "One Nation One Language: Only English Spoken
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English Comp Internet Writing Instruction

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(Fisher & Frey, 2003, p. 396)

There is little that demands that all the instruction be given by a single teacher. In fact the supplementation of writing instruction directly from a teacher by a timeline program that guided progress of a package/driven writing assignment could be very fruitful.

Fisher & Frey point out that students often benefit in unexpected ways from processes such as journaling, (Fisher & Frey, 2003, p. 396) which can bee seen as a first brainstorming session, where students express their ideas and then narrow their ideas to a single topic. (Steele, 2008, NP) if the process of writing was more guided and offered both intrinsic and extrinsic rewards, such as the scoring and direct interaction functions of the Steele proposal more writing would likely take place in a functional way. Another manner in which to motivate students in a systematic writing style is through the utilization…… [Read More]

References

Campbell, N. (2002). Getting Rid of the Yawn Factor: Using a Portfolio Assignment to Motivate Students in a Professional Writing Class. Business Communication Quarterly, 65(3), 42.

Fisher, D., & Frey, N. (2003). Writing Instruction for Struggling Adolescent Readers: A Gradual Release Model Because New Accountability Systems Focus on Writing, Struggling Students Need Daily, Coordinated Instruction That Is Meaningful. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 46(5), 396.

Kuriloff, P.C. (2004). Rescuing Writing Instruction: How to Save Time & Money with Technology. Liberal Education, 90(4), 36.

The Mayfield Handbook of Technical and Science Writing (2001) "The Writing Timeline" Retrieved April 12, 2008 at  http://www.mhhe.com/mayfieldpub/tsw/wt.htm
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English Literature - Roller Coaster

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I am simultaneously jealous of the people at the front of the line, especially when it is obvious that they realize they will be in the next group to ride.

As I finally make it to the same coveted spot at the end of the line, my heart begins to race once again, only this time, it seems to be twice the rate it was racing on the walk over to the ride. My stomach feels like it has constricted to a fraction of its normal size as though sucked out by a vacuum pump and I wonder whether the obese lady in front of me could possibly be experiencing the same thing considering all the cotton candy she just swallowed. I remind myself to take a seat far enough from her to avoid coming off the ride in shades of pink, just in case. The few seconds between the…… [Read More]

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Business Law Predators Businesses Often Engage in

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Business Law (predators

Businesses often engage in predatory practices to deter their competitors from entering their market niches or send their competitors out of business. Certain business ventures usually reduce their prices to destroy their rivals or worse still discourage new entry into the market. This happens regardless of the existence of the Sherman Act that was enacted to prohibit this predatory practice. The Sherman Act has largely been considered vague because of its inability to reign in firms that engage in predatory pricing vice (Areeda & Turner, 1975). Business ventures that engage in predatory pricing tend to draw a very vague line between legitimately competitive prices and prices that are utterly predatory. Businesses that engage in predatory pricing normally price their products below appropriate measure of cost with an intention of driving their financially weaker competitors out of business and establishing monopoly power. Courts have failed to address the…… [Read More]

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Areeda, P. & Turner, D.F. (1975). Predatory Pricing and Related Practices under Section 2 of the Sherman Act. Harvard Law Review, 88(4), 697-733.

Bowdler, J. (2005). Jeopardizing Hispanic Homeownership: Predatory Practices in the Homebuying Market. National Council of La Raza, 15, 1-20.

Oster, C.V. & Strong, J.S. (2001). Predatory Practices in the U.S. Airline Industry. Retrieved May 27, 2013 from  http://ntl.bts.gov/lib/17000/17600/17602/PB2001102478.pdf
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Business Communications Over the Last Several Years

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usiness Communications

Over the last several years, teamwork and communication have been become an essential element for a business to be successful in the long-term. Part of the reason for this, is because globalization has created a shift in how organizations are able to effectively adapt to new competitors and changes inside the marketplace. This has caused a wide variety of firms to focus on how they can be able to increase their overall bottom line and improve productivity dramatically. At the heart of this basic strategy, has been to encourage different staff members to work together. This is because each individual can bring with them certain skill sets that can contribute to the project. Once this takes place, they can help to make the company more competitive by addressing the specific needs of customers. This will improve the products and services that are being delivered, which will allow an…… [Read More]

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Gluck, Samantha. "Effective Communication and Teamwork." Chron, 2011. Web. 27 Aug. 2011

Gube, Isaac. "How to Make Remote Team Collaboration Work." Six Revision, 2010. Web. 27 Aug. 2011

Karasik, Paul. How to Make it Big in the Seminar Business. New York: McGraw Hill, 2005. Print.

Tyson, Bruce. "Recognizing the Benefits of Team Efforts and Collaboration." Bright Hub, 2011. Web. 28 Aug. 2011
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English in Thailand Teaching English

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2002, 108)." By 1996 the teaching of English in Thailand was compulsory for all primary children from the first grade.

Teaching English as a Second Language in Thailand

Although the teaching of English as a second language has been present in Thailand for quite some time, there are still many issues that arise as it pertains to teaching English in Thailand. In some ways it may appear that English language pedagogy is still in its infancy. For instance many people in Thailand have low degrees of proficiency in English (Laopongharn & Sercombe, 2009). This is particularly true as it pertains to the speaking and writing of English. The problems present in Thailand as it pertains to Teaching English as a foreign language has many different causes (Laopongharn & Sercombe (2009). For the purposes of this discussion, Thai culture will be explored as an impediment to the teaching of English as…… [Read More]

References

Adamson, J., 2003. Challenging beliefs in teacher development: potential influences of Theravada Buddhism upon Thais learning English. Asian EFL journal, 5 (3), 1-21.

Adamson, J., 2005. Teacher development in EFL: what is to be learned beyond methodology in Asian contexts?. Asian EFL journal, 7 (4), 74-84.

Chou, C. 2000. Chinese Speakers' Acquisition of English Conditionals: Acquisition Order and L1 Transfer Effects. Second Language Studies, 19(1), pp. 57-98

Forman R. (2008) Using notions of scaffolding and intertextuality to understand the bilingual teaching of English in Thailand. Linguistics and Education 19-319 -- 332
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Business Research Impact of the

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This comes as a dramatic turnaround from Chang's statements to the Economist only six months ago, in which he indicated that the company was preparing to scrap part of its large fleet in addition to halting orders for new ships (2009, pp. 57). The reason for this turnaround, according to Shen, is the rather rapid return to profitability that the company has seen in its Asia-European shipping routes, and an expected similar return to profits in the Asia-American routs in the coming quarters (2010). As trade once again increases, the new ships will lead to a more modern and more environmentally sound and economically efficient fleet for the Evergreen Group.

The Future of Shipping

The internal analyses of the Evergreen Group are not the only reasons for the company -- and the shipping industry as a whole -- to take heart about future prospects. Current plans underway in the United…… [Read More]

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Dean, J. (2003). "Evergreen Group Plans to Expand Its Shipping Fleet." Wall Street Journal 242(49), pp. A2

Drobetz, W.; Schilling, D. & Tegtmeiler, L. (2010). "Common risk factors in the returns of shipping stocks." Maritime policy & management 37(2), pp. 93-120.

Economist, the. (2009). "Sea of troubles." Economist 392(8642), pp. 55-7.

Shen, B. (2010). "Evergreen Group of Taiwan builds new ships." China economic news service. Accessed 17 March 2010. http://news.cens.com/cens/html/en/news/news_inner_31624.html