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  • Walmart Future Research

    Introduction In this extended essay, I will answer the research question “What will be the future of Wal–mart in India?”.Wal-Mart is kind of a retail store that helps everyone around the world. Its mission statement “We save people money so they can live better”. Wal-Mart was open by Sam Walton in 1962; and then Sam Walton and his brother James Walton they first opened Wal-Mart in Arkansas. From that time, in the world Wal-Mart has been the second largest company and has many operations that…

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  • Female Firefighters Essay

    lawsuit against the City of Kennewick and the fire department because of discrimination and no promotions even though she repeatedly applied for a higher rank. The City did not want to go to court so they settled on approximately $600,000 which of that money, she would get $349,000” (Kristi Pihl). The problem with lawsuits like this is that they have to resign from their position and it makes it a lot difficult to be hired on with other departments. In how far this country and women have come…

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  • Healthcare Field Reflection

    knowledge of the sciences as well as the healthcare field was when I job-shadowed the physiotherapists at the St. Joseph’s Hospital Charlton Campus in Hamilton, Ontario. I observed the physiotherapists at work for a total of 16 hours in a variety of departments which included respiratory, musculoskeletal and acute medicine. It was an excellent opportunity to appreciate the teamwork involved across disciplines to provide the best possible treatment for patients. I initially spent time with a…

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  • Nordstrom Competitive Analysis

    Nordstrom, an upscale fashion retailer, positioned itself strongly to “take care of customers no matter what it takes.” This strategy of providing superior customer service has made Nordstrom a successful retailer that distinguishes it from other retailers, such as Target and Sears. Not only is Nordstrom highly differentiated, it stands out in ways that are relevant to the needs of target consumers, who are willing to pay a higher price for exceptional customer service and shopping experience.…

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  • Business Analysis: Wal-Mart's Financial System

    Over the span of late years, Walmart has transformed into the world 's greatest and apparently most extreme retailer with the most lifted arrangements per square foot, stock turnover, and working advantage of any markdown retailer. In its turn from nearby retailer to overall powerhouse, the affiliation has wound up synonymous with compelling generation system organization. Walmart began with the target to outfit customers with the items they required at whatever point and wherever they required…

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  • Swot Analysis For Nordstrom

    Similar department stores, like Nordstrom, operate a similar ratio of full-price to off-price locations. Barneys manages 16 full-line stores and 13 Warehouse locations, Saks Fifth Avenue manages 38 full-line stores and 82 Off Fifth locations, and Neiman Marcus manages…

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  • Case Study: Bridgewater Associates

    Bridgewater Associates Bridgewater Associates, which is based in Westport, Connecticut, was founded by Ray Dalio in 1975. He operated Bridgewater out of his two-bedroom apartment. The American investment management firm manages approximately $160 billion in global investments. His clientele include foreign governments and central banks, corporate and pension funds, university endowments and charitable foundations. Bridgewater Associates is now the largest hedge fund in the world. The firm grew…

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  • Pets. Com Case Study

    How did the product and the company come about? Pets.com was a San Francisco-based retailer, it was one of the earlier companies that existed as a virtual firm with no brick and mortar store locations. Pets.com was created to sell pet food and accessories using the internet as a storefront one of the first e-retailers. The premise was that Pets.com could sell directly to customers online and cut out the middleman. Pets.com would then pass the saving on to the customer. Customers that shopped…

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  • Lenox Hill Hospital Case Study

    Emergency departments provide twenty-four hour care for life threatening, chronic and acute conditions. However, the increase utilization of emergency departments lead to overcrowding and an increase in the number of individuals that leave without being seen (LWBS) by a physician. “According to a Center for Disease Control and Prevention report on ED use in the United States in 2000, at least 1.8 million patients left emergency departments without being seen” (Johnson et al., 2009). This is a…

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  • Target Corporation Porter's 5 Forces

    TASK 2C (P2.3) In this task, I will discuss the impact of competition policy and other regulatory mechanism on the activities of Target Corporation. As mentioned earlier, Target Corporation is one of the most famous discount retail company in the United States. It is affected by the competition policy as dominant across the United States retail industry. Other regulatory mechanisms are also applicable to Target’s performance which will be discussed further. A study of the US retail industry…

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