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    Pablo Escobar Personality

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    Pablo Escobar, leader of the Medllin drug cartel, had what every strong person in command needs: ambition, popularity, and ruthlessness. Pablo was an extremely successful drug lordPablo may have died as a rich man, but he actually grew up poor. He was the son of a teacher and a peasant. Because of his lack of wealth, Pablo became involved in a life of crime. He began by just stealing tomb stones and selling them to smugglers, then he got involved in selling fake lottery tickets and contraband cigarettes. At only 22 years old, Pablo became a millionaire working for smuggler Alvaro Prieto. These were all only small steps that Pablo took, there 's always that one final step: Escobar ordered the death of Fabio Restrepo, a Medellin Drug Lord. This was Pablo 's chance to finally step into a lot of power. This opportunity would hand him political, economic, and criminal influence. Escobar was able to communicate with five other illegal entrepreneurs in…

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    Have you ever heard the name Pablo Escobar, and wondered who he was? Pablo Escobar was a drug trafficker that was the main leader of the Medellín cartel. The Medellín cartel when at the height of its power was smuggling fifteen tons of cocaine a day, which was worth more than half a billion dollars. Pablo Escobar is responsible for making cocaine the global drug of choice. He did this by transporting cocaine by the ton from Colombia to larger markets in both America and Europe. (Watson and…

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    Compile a one or two page summary of your meeting that includes: Identify the person (name, title, company, etc) & their qualifications / experience Anolber Escalante is a 47 years old BS in Sales Management and entrepreneur who has been working in diverse industries throughout his career. He started his career 28 years ago when he founded Corporacion Gigabyte, his first technology business in his home country Venezuela, which was challenging in the beginning because of his young age and…

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    Pablo Escobar was on of the most famous drug lords to ever walk the planet. At an estimated 30 billion, Escobar was also the richest criminal. On December 1st, 1949, the king of cocaine was born in Rio Negro Colombia. He started his life of crime in his early teenage years and after years of progressing, he ended up joining the notorious Medellin cartel in Colombia. By the early 1970's, he started smuggling huge amounts of cocaine to Mexico, Bahamas, the United States, and many other countries. …

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    Some may call him the Colombian Robin Hood. Others call him El zar de cocaina (The tzar of cocaine). Either way, Pablo Escobar was a wealthy drug lord who affected Colombia in both positive and negative ways. It is undeniable that Pablo for better or worse changed Colombia. It is up to the people to decide whether he is the Colombian Robin Hood or the world's greatest outlaw. Pablo knew what it was like to be poor, unable to buy something as necessary as shoes. This allowed him to be able…

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    Cocaine In Colombia

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    trafficking of the drug became highly profitable and was predominantly controlled by the Cartels. These cartel leaders, and other groups that profited from the cocaine industry like the Revolution Armed Forces of Colombia – Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionnarias de Colombia (FARC), were able to infiltrate many sectors of the country, economically, socially and politically, by buying power and leverage across the Andean country. The first origins of cocaine in Colombia date back to the 1950s when the…

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    One of the greatest influential people during the Industrial Age were the robber barons. A robber baron was a person that exploited the working class and obtained tribute from the public. They had been accused of creating a monopolistic economy in several different areas of the United States. The principal barons that were the strongest are Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie and J.P. Morgan. These individuals created such a strong monopoly over their respected industry. Through…

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    The Sherman Anti-Trust Act

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    effectively acquired the first decade of the century, to a great extent ending trusts and fundamentally changing the substance of U.S. modern association. Amid the 1920s, implementation endeavors were more unobtrusive, and amid a significant part of the 1930s, the national recuperation system of the New Deal supported the modern joint effort as opposed to the rivalry. Amid the late 1930s, an escalated authorization of an antitrust laws was attempted. Since World War II, antitrust requirement…

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    The Sherman Anti-Trust Act

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    effectively acquired the first decade of the century, to a great extent ending trusts and fundamentally changing the substance of U.S. modern association. Amid the 1920s, implementation endeavors were more unobtrusive, and amid a significant part of the 1930s, the national recuperation system of the New Deal supported the modern joint effort as opposed to the rivalry. Amid the late 1930s, an escalated authorization of antitrust laws was attempted. Since World War II, antitrust requirement has…

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    Created in 1890, the Sherman Antitrust Act was the first legislation allowing the government to enforce regulations on trusts that interfered with free trade and market competition. Named after U.S. Senator John Sherman of Ohio, the act allowed government to establish proceedings against trusts in order to disassemble these organizations. Trusts had created many problems in the free market such as establishing monopolies over certain industries. This lead to extremely high prices and low supply…

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