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  • Essay On Women In Diversity

    Corporate, n.d.). Number one on the Fortune 500 list is Walmart, which of its 43 executives, 12 are female. It is important to note, that 27 of those 43 are white males (Walmart Executive, n.d). ExxonMobil, number 2 on the fortune 500 list, has six top executives, all of which are white males (ExxonMobil, n.d.). Berkshire Hathaway is known for being one of worst companies for diversity and this shows with its leadership being comprised of all males, which 5 of the six are white (Leadership Team,…

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  • Globalization: A Code Of Ethics In Global Business

    In 2007, the CEO and board of chairman Germany 's Siemens Cooperation stepped down after admitting to nearly $2 billion in bribes, which was the largest single corruption case in German corporate history. Klinkhammer (2013), argues that after being a corporate staple in Germany for almost 150 years, “corrupt activities had become cognitively institutionalized within the Siemens culture”. Similarly, the scandals of global companies such as Worldcom and Enron, just a few years prior garnered…

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  • Exxon Supply Chain

    (ExxonMobil-CEO, 2013) Figure 4: Return on Average Capital Employed Source: Exxon Mobil Annual Report (ExxonMobil-CEO, 2013) Supply chain management was began in Exxon Mobil when they started to define world-wide projects, therefore, the need of co-operating with third-parties was required. Exxon Mobil is working…

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  • Markstart Simulation Reflection Paper

    team and techno-commercial team in identifying, designing custom solutions for our end clients. We are involved in a highly specialized, non-commodity, project oriented business. Our success depends largely on a select group of customers such as ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, and a few other international oil companies. Our survival depends solely on doing a better job than our competitors in satisfying the unique needs of these customers. The marketing topics we covered in class and the insights I…

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  • Government Participation: Discussion Questions

    Kimberly Ma / Bus5-187 Sec 13 Participation/ Discussion Questions: Discussion: Why would government need to interfere? Government will interfere for political, economic, and cultural reasons. In the economic sense, the government might intervene to protect, regulate and control the resources. Some political motives involve securing jobs, national security, responding to unfair trade, and gaining a bigger influence in the market. For instance, in order to secure jobs, the government might…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Corporate Lobbying

    As is stands, while companies like ExxonMobil create countless negative externalities (like increased carbon emissions and land degradation), they are rarely held accountable towards the citizens that these externalities are likely to effect. Further, overwhelming corporate resources dictate…

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  • Human Influence On Climate Change

    Climate change is perhaps one of the biggest concerns of our generation. Without action, the changing climate on earth could turn the world as we know it upside down. Climate change refers to a difference in the average weather patterns either regionally or globally over a specific period of time. There is not much refute that Earth’s climate is growing warmer. However, there is great controversy over the cause of climate change. Are the changes in temperature just a natural swing or does…

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  • Effects Of Causing Global Warming

    ey Rikoskie Professor Melanie Parrish English 102 25 March 2016 Corporations Causing Global Warming As of now, the majority of the world is able to ignore global warming. The climate changes caused by it are slight enough that few people, if anyone at all, have been affected. It is a growing problem, however. “Global warming refers to the upward temperature trend across the entire Earth since the early 20th century, and most notably since the late 1970s, due to the increase in fossil fuel…

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  • Analysis: War On The Middle Class

    “Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe” (Frederick Douglass). The United States of America has become a country directed by the elite who are unconcerned of the struggles and interests of the working people in the middle class and their families. In the book War on the Middle Class, many issues like the…

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  • Smartphones Affecting People's Health

    This will be an examination of how smartphones are affecting people’s health in most developed countries as they have become the dominant form of communication. In more developed countries, people are not only becoming heavily dependent on smartphones, but are also becoming an addiction among adolescents and is becoming a “consequent impact on their health” according to an Academic Journal from the International Journal of Preventative Medicine. This can be shown true from a “representative…

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