Companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange

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  • Halliburton Case Analysis

    acquisitions. According to World Oil 2006, Enventure Global Technology, a subsidiary of Halliburton, acquired Triad Pipe and Steel Company. The acquisition of Enventure gave Halliburton leverage in supplying specialized oil tubing, which translated as added value to their customers. Halliburton has been under fire over the last two decades for substandard ethic practices. KBR, a subsidiary of Halliburton came under criticism from the media for questionable ethic violations with their billing. In 2005 Halliburton overhauled their billing process to “clean-up” billing discrepancies. The findings were that “KBR agreed to fix internal systems to ensure that the cost and pricing data it provided to the government were accurate and complete.” (Gold, 2005) Halliburton accepted the criticism of their ethics and took measured steps to cultivate an ethical environment. Diversity at Halliburton case be seen within the organization and customs of the organization. Halliburton is diverse not in only within the workforce but also in business. Halliburton is involved in oil engineering, development and production. Halliburton has a division dedicated solely to engineering electrical and nuclear development as well as a division which feeds thousands of military personnel every day. The vastness of Halliburton’s diversity in business makes it a very competitive and lucrative company. Technology has had a impact on the culture at Halliburton. The external factors of a global…

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  • Analysis Of Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange

    1. Research statement This research will investigate the similarities and differences between Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HSX) and The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), in terms of their operations and trading systems, in order to assess what HSX could learn from the NYSE’s standards, so that recommendations can be made to HSX. 2. Research questions 2.1 Research question 1: What is the historical development of Vietnamese and American Stock Markets? There are three types of information…

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  • The Breakdown Of America In The 1920's

    Calvin Coolidge remarked that "America had never been met with a more pleasing prospect than that which appears at the present time.”7 The next year, Economist Irving Fisher claimed "stock prices have reached what looks like a permanent plateau."8 These statements were optimistic but misguided. In the summer of 1929, the economy faltered as a result of oversupply in many industries; more goods were being made than were being sold. The areas of the…

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  • Sleep Now In The Fire Analysis

    concert was a huge draw of attention and attracted many bystanders who then joined the cause(RATMVEVO). After the concert gained enough support, Rage and the many bystanders stormed the NYSE, where the guards barred the doors shutting the NYSE down for the last two hours of the trading day(Rage against Wall Street). On January 26, 2000, Rage Against the Machine teamed up with political film director, Michael Moore, to film a protest and concert outside The New York Stock Exchange for the music…

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  • Genpact Case Study

    Company Profile Genpact is a worldwide business that handles administration and IT company with key work places in New York City, United States. It is recorded on the New York Stock Exchange under the image “G”. In 2016, the organization detailed net incomes of US$2.57 billion with more than 77,000 workers in 20 countries. Genpact has a couple of hundred customers, including roughly one-fifth of the Fortune Global 500. It was established in 1997 as a specialty unit inside General Electric. In…

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  • Swot Analysis Of Shake Shack

    merchant and the company has grown its popularity in recent times. The company was just a small roadside burger and other fast food selling merchant few years back and since then the quality of food which it served made the company popular amongst the customers and the number of stalls of the company increased one after the other. It was then that the company expanded to other cities and countries and then the company made a mark with the expansion to other further parts and this ensured that…

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  • Bristol Meyers Squibb Case Analysis

    Bristol Meyers Squibb is a pharmaceutical company, with a very rich tradition. This analysis will begin with a few historical highlights. Edward Squibb was a doctor in the Navy, who was unimpressed by the medicine that the Navy was using during the Mexican War, he was so dissatisfied that he threw all of the unfit medicine overboard. On 1858, when he returned, he went on to start his own company in Brooklyn, New York, with the goal of having pure medicine for the people. Squibb’s medicine was…

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  • Alibaba Case Study 2013

    on the New York Stock Exchange. This deal raised $25 billion for Alibaba Group, making it the world’s largest IPO. The listing ensured Alibaba surpass a previous global record set by Agricultural Bank of China in 2010, and also made Alibaba one of the most valuable technological companies, comparable to the likes of Google, Microsoft, Facebook, etc. Alibaba Group mentioned in their SEC fillings to use the net proceeds they will receive from the offering for general corporate purposes.…

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  • Ma Yba Case Study

    Introduction It is apparent that, the dramatic growth of Internet creates a great number of powerful companies and billionaires. To a great extent, Ma Yun is a legendary one of them in China, because of the significant growth of his company, Alibaba Group. Alibaba was founded in Hangzhou in 1999 (Alibaba-Group, 1999) and it is one of the largest platforms for online trade and business communication now. Alibaba is based on online platform and started in e-commerce B-to-B (Business to Business)…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Legal State Shares

    As mentioned above, the shares in hand of the state and the legal person are non-tradable. Owners of these shares usually come from the primary sponsors before Initial Public Offering (IPO). Worth mentioning, their processes of obtaining the shares are different. According to ‘Provisional Administration Ways for State-owned Shares in Stock Corporations’ (PAWSSSC), because there are different investment entities and equity management entities, state shares and state-owned legal person shares are…

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