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  • The Corporation Documentary

    “The Corporation” documentary by Mark Achbar, Jennifer Abbott & Joel Bakan shows that businesses are dishonest to the people to continue earning more revenue while the people are getting sick. The film also shows how corporations cause health problems and environmental issues by using unethical methods to obtain additional profit. This documentary examines the history of the corporation and the role they play in society. The main point throughout the documentary is that competition is important. Monsanto is a corporation that produces artificial designs as well as synthetic hormones that are found in food and drinks. So, the company makes harmful chemicals to put in foods and drinks because of the profit that they could make. Walmart has factories…

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  • Folke Corporation Case Study

    acquired.” If the Folke Corporation meets these two elements, then they can be held liable for Mr. Regan’s injuries. These two elements are: (1) “the virtual destruction of the plaintiff’s remedies against the original manufacturer is caused by the successor’s acquisition of the business”; (2) “the successor has the ability to assume the original manufacturer’s risk-spreading role.” The Folke Corporation meets one of the elements of liability through this exception because…

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  • Partnership, S Corporation And C Corporation: Case Study

    Sally Moolchan Tax Issue What are the tax consequence of distributions as applied to partnership, S corporation and C corporation? Conclusion The United State Internal Revenue Code was created to combine all the various laws relating to tax revenue into one concise document. It provided a simplify tax system for individual and business taxpayer. These tax codes help in determining the amount of tax you are required to pay and provide the basis for everything on your tax return. The IRC provided…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of A Multinational Corporation

    "Multinational corporations do control. They control the politicians. They control the media. They control the pattern of consumption, entertainment, thinking. They're destroying the planet and laying the foundation for violent outbursts and racial division." (Quotes on MNC, Brainy quotes) But, what is a multinational Corporation? A multinational Corporation, also called an MNC, is a corporation that has its facilities and assets in at least one country other than its home country(Multinational…

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  • Danaher Corporation Case Study

    Case write-up I: Danaher Corporation How far can DBS travel? Is there a limit to the range of businesses in which Danaher can create value? The Danaher Business System (DBS) is a sophisticated and comprehensive strategy tool to create value that combines the advantages of an investment vehicle with excellent corporate portfolio management and strategy implementation. The DBS has had such a great success, delivering exceptional shareholder returns of 25% , that it seems unbeatable. Larry Culp,…

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  • Global Corporations Influence

    Large corporations are an economic, political, conservational, and traditional force that is unavoidable in today’s globalized world. Large corporations have an impact on the lives of billions of people every day, often in complex ways. Some people perceive the dominance of global corporations as a positive force, bringing economic growth, more jobs, and quality products to an escalating portion of the world’s population. Many others view large firms as exploiting workers, dominating the public…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Corporations Treated As People

    The world would be unfair if corporations were treated as people. Corporations already have the 14th amendment which already gives them the rights to be a person. The rights that they already have are ok, but they shouldn’t be granted anymore rights. If corporations were treated as people, they would take advantage of many of the rights that people have. Corporations shouldn’t be treated as people because people may start claiming the rights that corporations have, corporations wouldn’t get…

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  • Charles Schwab Corporation Case Study

    MicroEconomics of the Charles Schwab Corporation Final Paper Tinsley Teague Tri-County Technical College Abstract The Charles Schwab Corporation is an American brokerage and banking firm based in San Francisco, California that was founded in 1971 by Charles Schwab as a traditional brokerage firm and investment newsletter publisher. Their mission is to provide customers with the most useful and ethical financial services in the world. Although there aren’t necessarily any production costs in…

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  • Essay On Section 183 Of Corporation Act

    INTRODUCTION Section 183 of corporation act states that a person must be director, officer or an employee of the company and have excess to relevant information must use that information with proper way which will be not for the advantage or gain of him or for someone else. This section imposes some duties like a person who have information must not use it with improper way. The use of information will be just for the corporation person and will not for the self-gain or for self-advantage. If a…

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  • Austin & Black's Annotations To The Corporations Act

    under Corporation Act 2001.They designed so that director can provide good direction and ensure that they are working for the interest of the company. They do not use their position and information provided to them improperly. Sometime there is the situation of insolvent trading where the director of the company allow their company to incur debt when the company is already debt. In this instance, the issue is whether the directors of the company XYZ Co. Ltd are responsible for the breach of the…

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