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  • Lifting Of Corporate Veil Case Study

    Mr. Kapil Sibal, appearing on behalf of the Mumbai company submitted that clause 3.8 of NIA must be read along with clause 3.2.1(b). He submitted that clause 3.2.1(b) stipulates a disqualification for a company if it is 'controlled' by a person 'convicted' of an offence involving, inter alia, money laundering or terrorist activities. But, clause 3.8 speaks only of 'the company' and its 'Directors on the Board'. It does not use the expression 'controlled by a person'…

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  • A Constructive Relation Between Brand Loyalty And Perceived Equity Concepts

    When the consumer has the strong loyalty of any company brand they will tend to rely on that brand, although competitors in the market will try by all means to convenient the customer through offering them with low price then consumers will buy the brand (Romaniuk, & Nenycz-Thiel, 2013). Then brand loyalty…

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  • KCPL Case Solution

    Situation Analysis: In 1945, Mohan kumar Gupta from Jaipur, Rajasthan started KCPL under the brand name of MKG. By 1973-74 they become the 2nd largest manufacturer of glucose biscuit in north region and they had substantially grown their family business. The glucose biscuit industry was very competitive because it was easy to enter into this business; it only required low investment and skill labor and fewer raw materials (Maida, sugar syrup and vanaspati).The competitors in this sector exists…

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  • Business Ownership

    When people set out to start a company, they do not realize that one of the biggest decisions that they will have to make is the one of the first, assuming that the product has been chosen. Not selecting the best type of ownership can have consequences for the owner as well as for the business itself. The types of ownership will change the cost the ease in which the company is set up, how liable the owners are, what happens when there is a death or withdrawal of an owner, the environment of…

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  • Case Study: Ferguson Enterprises Inc.

    Organization The Corporation Ferguson Enterprises Incorporated is a publicly traded company, which means that ownership is dispersed among the general public in many shares of stock. The ticker symbol is WOS because Wolseley, a Switzerland-based industrial distributor, acquired the company in 1982 but retained the name Ferguson. Since then, Ferguson Enterprises has grown from a local distributor to an $11 billion company. A wide assortment of marketing techniques helped in the substantial…

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  • Shifting The Veil Of Incorporation Essay

    the veil of incorporation is permitted when the person of the company are using the incorporation of the company to deliberately frustrate a legal obligation. A veil was described as a wall between the company and its shareholders. Hence, once a limited liability company is created as of the separate legal entity principle, the veil of incorporation will be created between the personal assets of the members and the assets of the company. There are three exception circumstances which the veil of…

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  • Cadbury India Case

    Cadbury began its operations in India in 1948, where it commands a 70% share in the Indian chocolate market, and is a significant player in the chocolate category and was the only multinational to be identified as one of India’s Best Managed Companies by Business Today and Business World ranked Cadbury among the Best Workplaces in India. However, on 3rd October 2003, just before India was getting ready for one of their largest festival, “Diwali”, Cadbury’s reputation was blemished because of an…

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  • Iso 9001 Case Study Answers

    EastPoint 5.2, the company clearly defined and established a series of customer-oriented approaches to understand the current and…

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  • Wom Communication Case Study

    Determinants of important antecedent to eWOM behavior in SNSs and its impact on brand image and purchase intention Abstract Keywords: Introduction Word-of-mouth (WOM) communication is generally acknowledged to play a considerable role in influencing and forming consumer attitudes and behavioral intentions (e.g. Chatterjee, 2001; Chevalier and Mayzlin, 2006; Herr et al., 1991; Kiecker and Cowles, 2001; Sen and Lerman, 2007; Smith and Vogt, 1995; Weinberger and Dillon, 1980; Xia and…

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  • Arduino Mkrzero Case Study

    Review on Arduino MKRZero (Image Source - www.arduino.cc) Introduction Launched in December 13th 2016, Arduino MKRZero is the newest addition to Arduino family. This board is specifically designed to access the processing power and features of Arduino Zero but in a small form factor. Its form factor is based on the existing Arduino MKR1000. MKRZero is available for $21.90/€20.90 + tax on www.store.arduino.cc worldwide. This board is powered by Microchip SAM D21 ARM Cortex®-M0+ MCU…

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