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    BMW stands for Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, a German motorcycle, automobile, engine and bicycle manufacturing company. The BMW Group’s history begins with Karl Rapp and Gustav Otto (The designation “BMW Group” includes the Bayerische Motoren Werke Aktiengesellschaft (BMW AG) and all its group entities we will see throughout the work). It all begins when the Flugmaschinenfabrik Gustav Otto merged in 1916, on Government demand, into Bayerische Flugzeug-Werke AG (BFW). The Rapp Motorenwerken became…

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    smallest auto manufacturers in the world that they needed strategic partnerships to stay in business. The first partnership that Tesla entered into was being with Daimler in 2010. For a 10% stake in Tesla, Daimler got Tesla’s lithium-ion battery packs into 1,000 of its electric smart cars. With the infusion of capital from Daimler, Tesla could continue with their research and development and stay in business. The investment also enables the two companies to work together further on the…

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    Volkswagen AG is a German automobile group, which produces a wide range of cars, vans, motorcycles, and trucks. The company's headquarters is located in Wolfsburg, Germany. In 1934 there was a meeting in Berlin between Jacob Berlin - the commercial director of Daimler-Benz - and the new Chancellor of Germany Adolf Hitler. Adolf came up with an idea of creating the "people's car" that would be reliable, sturdy and affordable. One year after this meeting, the team had a finished product, thanks to…

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    At Daimler AG, all board members are committed to the Internal Code of Conduct and it was publicly posted on the company intranet and corporate website. The Code includes ensuring workers are protected from discrimination based on personal factors, including sexual orientation and gender identity. All employees working for Daimler are required to adhere to this principle, even in countries where LGBT discrimination…

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    Situation Analysis A. History Ford Motor Company was founded by Henry Ford in 1903 and was incorporated that same year. The company has its headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan and is the largest employer in the area. The Company and founder, are well known for their gift to industry; the development of a more effective and efficient assembly line process. In 1904 the company went international expanding into Canada. Today the company continues to explore new and exciting ways to improve their…

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    Why Children Work? The work of children can be helpful to the child, family, and community. Paid and unpaid child labor can support the family or it can provide the child with money. It is possible for children to continue their education, to benefit economically and socially, and to contribute to family income if they work limited hours in non-abusive conditions. However, such ideal work conditions are unequally available throughout the world depending on the country’s culture, political…

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    Given the untraditional approach, MCC executives face some fundamental challenges including how to manage and control a supply chain in which MCC only adds some 15% of the operational value added. This question is not only relevant to MCC but to the Daimler- Benz Corporation as a whole, which has set Smart as a strategic learning project. Moreover, the concept being brought to practice by MCC is generally accepted by leading car-manufacturers as of key importance to future industry developments.…

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    On 28 May 1937, Volkswagen (VW) was founded by the National Socialist Party of Germany. The meaning of Volkswagen is German for “people’s car.” Volkswagen’s goal was to mass produce an inexpensive vehicle for the people. This car would be known as the Volkswagen Beetle. The Beetle also known as the Bug in the United States, is the longest running and best-selling single design in history with over 21,000,000 vehicles sold from 1938 to 2003. The Beetle was manufactured in Wolfsburg, Germany, the…

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    My company selection is General Motors which comes under automobile industry. With respect to market structure, a consumer goods industry such as automobile industry is differentiated oligopolies. Oligopolies are more than one player similar to monopolies have just very few players in this auto industry co-operate to the monopoly level. Market structure that best characterizes the company you are evaluating When there are only few large competitors exists and each competitor is sensitive to the…

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    In 1937, the government of Germany was under the control of Adolf Hilter from the national Socialist (Nazi) party. The government forms a stated-owned automobile company, known as Volkswagenwerk, or “The People’s Car Company.” Hitler's goals were to develop and mass produce an affordable car. At that time, Hitler's hired an Austrian automotive engineer Ferdinand Porsche. In 1939, it was the first time the vehicle was showed to the public at Berlin Motor Show. Not long after the Berlin Motor Show…

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