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  • The Benefits Of Electronic Cigarettes

    Electronic cigarettes are increasing in popularity, in particular with people who already smoke traditional cigarettes, some of whom are trying to use electronic cigarettes as a gateway to quitting smoking. Electronic cigarettes produce a water-based vapor instead of the combustible smoke produced by the tobacco in regular cigarettes. They contain a battery that heats a liquid containing nicotine, a variety of other chemicals, and sometimes propellants or flavorings, and changes this liquid into…

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  • Home. Com Executive Summary

    Home.com is a retail company that operates in the drop shipping industry with an inbuilt distinct functionality that allows the user to place an order on the various major retail outlets like eBay and Amazon. Home.com is a virtual business that allows the customer to place their order on an e-commerce platform and get their goods delivered as per their convenience and requirement. Customers can place orders on the company’s websites via email indicating all the items on the order. Home.com uses…

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  • Narrative Essay On People Called Me Fatty

    People called me “Fatty”. I used to be agitated by that name, but not anymore now. I rolled up my sleeves and lit a cigarette. “Hey, Fatty, no smoking here,” the short-haired young woman standing beside me glared at me. Her grip on a gun tightened. After taking a good long puff, I flashed her a grin. “Come on, relax, girl. Nobody has time to catch illegal smokers here. You want a puff?” I handed her the cigarette. She shook her head, seemingly irritated. I laughed and took another puff. A gush…

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  • How Democratic Can We Get?: The Internet, And Public Discourse

    Ward, Irene. “How Democratic Can We Get?: The Internet, the Public Sphere, and Public Discourse.” JAC, vol. 17, no. 3, 1997, pp. 365–379. JSTOR, JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/20866148. Irene Ward’s overall argument in her article, “How Democratic Can We Get?”, is that modernity’s digital media revolution has transformed communication and the way individuals understand and interact with the world. Like the Internet, mediums of digital media have the ability to transform democracy and the “public”…

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  • Ebay Research Paper

    Ebay Ebay is an online action service used to buy and sell items. The company uses an electronic platform to facilitate millions of transactions every day. Users seeking to purchase items make bids over a specific time period and the seller determines guidelines such as a minimum bid he or she is willing to accept. Payment is typically made electronically through PayPal and then the merchandise is shipped to the buyer. Pieere Morad Omidyar is a French-born Irankian-American Entrepreneur and…

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  • Customer Territorial Behaviors Analysis

    The article “Dibs! Customer Territorial Behaviors” written by Merlyn A. Griffiths and Mary C. Gilly is a study about the territorial behaviors that customers exhibit when visiting cafés or coffee shops, also referred to as “Third Place” servicescapes which according to sociologist Ray Oldenburg, “Describe informal gathering places where people spend time away from home and work.” (Dibs! Pg. 132) The researchers addressed three major questions when planning and conducting their research: (1) How…

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  • Security And Privacy Essay

    seller should build trust with each other so that they will be more confident to make a transaction. This can improve the security and privacy in the website. 2.4.1.4 Confidentiality Retailers must ensure that all customer’s data are confidential. Customer will feel safe if the data given is treated as confidential. 2.4.1.5 Privacy A good security occurs when the retailers able to control users information from being used by the unauthorized party. Privacy is also the main issues that affect…

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  • Amazon Porter's Five Forces Analysis

    investors to set up e-business by only a few clicks nowadays. However, setting up an e-business platform which is as big as Amazon.com is difficult. In order to be comparable to Amazon.com, investors have to cooperate with numerous suppliers, such as electronic devices, personal-care products and Music providers. To achieve it, a large amount of capital is required. Huge initial investment is needed to successfully…

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  • Moonpig Case Study

    and debit cards. Your card transactions on Moonpig are encrypted for maximised security. Some prominent card service providers accepted at Moonpig are • Visa • Master • Maestro • American Express However, Moonpig does not accept PayPal or other electronic payment gateways at the moment. Information about available payment methods is available on the web. Please scroll down to locate the card processor company's icons on the right side at the bottom of the page under the payment methods tab.…

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  • Amazon Inventory Analysis

    Introduction Amazon is established in the year 1995 and it is ranked as one of the best retail sites on the internet. Amazon took several measures to increase its revenue. It added several new products to its sites. Amazon was popular among its customers for shipping the goods within the estimated time, leading to satisfied customers, improved market share and repeat business. By the end of 2000 Amazon had 22.3 million registered users on its site. By 2003 Amazon became the biggest book, music…

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