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    could take up to 12 years to be noticed, and this is unacceptably long. A method to make this procedure even more effective is with the use of multiple choice questions, as expensive markers would not be required. The final potential form of regulation to consider is that of access to information. Parents need to know what schools are preforming better than other in order for the market to remain truly competitive (Andrabu, Das & Khwaja, 2014:1). This will allow them to make informed decisions, and thus stimulate the market to preform highly, as underperforming schools will be less successful. It may seem like this ought to be regulated as it is so important to the functioning of the market, however the full disclosure principle may render this unnecessary. The full disclosure principal states that eventually all competitors will reveal their information (de Villiers & Frank, 2015: 146). This is so as those not revealing their information will all be assumed to be at the average of the worst (i.e. those not revealing their information) (de Villiers & Frank, 2015: 146). Thus, those that are better than the average will reveal their information to prove so. This shifts the average of the non-disclosing individuals lower, and thus the process repeats until everyone has revealed their information (de Villiers & Frank, 2015: 146). The problem with this is cheating: without regulation, there is no way for a consumer to know whether the school is reporting accurate information…

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    Bernie Madoff was a successful business man until his business came crashing down. Madoff had a securities company by the name of Cohmad securities. This company was in the same building of Madoff 's firm and was designed to introduce new investors to Madoff 's investing firm. GAAP principles are put in place for companies to abide by so financial records are kept as accurate as possible. Not to mention, accurate financial statements provide information to future investors and shareholders to…

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     The team with the highest total score wins. Description of the Learning Problem Good interpersonal relationships require the ability to interact effectively with others, such as family members, friends, acquaintances, and colleagues. Interpersonal relationships also requires self‐disclosure so that you can be recognized as an individual; building trust with yourself and others; communicating your ideas, thoughts and feelings effectively; listening to other people express…

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    (PDA) amended the Title VII Civil rights Act of 1964 officially making it illegal to discriminate against a woman on the grounds of pregnancy. Greene’s Jewelry plans to take legal action against former employee Jennifer Lawson under the basis that she violated the nondisclosure agreement she signed upon receiving employment at the company. A nondisclosure agreement is known as a contract where an employee agrees to keep the confidentiality of a secret that may be revealed to them during the…

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    damages. In the alternative, the Superior Court erred by denying RDS an award of nominal damages or remittitur. I. Factual Background Brian Feucht and Jim Belz started Recreational Data Services (RDS), Inc., to develop and market ideas created by the both of them. RDS, Inc., an Alaskan based Corporation, centered on a patented GPS software geared towards hunters and fishers in 2009. Brian Feucht’s idea in combination with Jim Belz’s idea created the program aimed to combined a GPS device that…

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    World. In return, Ms. Lawson made an agreement with Howell to provide Greene’s Jewelry confidential Ever-Gold process information. Upon her employment with Greene Jewelry, Ms. Lawson signed a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) contract. Greene’s Jewelry is suing Ms. Lawson for breach of the confidentiality agreement contract. FACTS AND LAWS Ms. Lawson countersuits Greene’ Jewelry and made petition that she was wrongfully terminated based on evidences that are untenable in the Court of Law. Ms.…

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    relevant with students today and further research on how it applies to gender, race, sexual orientation continues to keep it relevant to student development of different populations and students in general. In observing and applying Chickering’s Theory myself I interviewed three students. I asked three simple questions such as “How is your week going?” follow by supplemental questions based on their answers, “What is your most memorable experience at emu so far? Why?” and then asked supplemental…

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    parents that I would go to a community college to raise my grades before transferring. Unfortunately this did not go as expected. The financial troubles and stress of my parents at home had only worsened and they were in danger of losing their house. That on top of working almost full time as a marketing assistant at a title…

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    colleges have work study programs where they can work for the school and get paid for their services. Michael Polk says that he sees athletes on the collegiate level just like a work study program. This is because participating in college sports is like working for the school and therefore they should receive money. They work for the school by bringing in revenue through ticket sales based off of popularity, having any form of identity on the schools merchandise and being watched on television…

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    Being a broke college student isn’t fun. Being a broke college athlete is worse. Broke college students aren’t just needing the money but they need the balance of time, work, and study also. No college student, let alone student athletes would ever turn down the thought of being paid for their services. So why isn’t the NCAA trying to help our college athletes out? College isn’t cheap. College students have financial obligations outside of the classroom; being on scholarship does not lighten the…

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