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    Gottlieb Daimler He was the inventor of the light engine. Spielvogel noted that this invention was “the key to the development of the automobile” (692). A decade later, a large number of cars has been produced. The invention of the engine was very important because it gave rise to the emergency of the large car factory as well as the aircraft industry. It should be studied today because Daimler was a representative figure in the early history of the automotive industry, whose invention presented a new approach to view the transportation. The automobile would not be created without this engine. White-collar jobs They were various job opportunities created due to the expansion of government service and the development of the large-scale factory buildings. Spielvogel noted that “Although there was little hope for advancement, these jobs had distinct advantages for the daughters of the middle classes and especially the upward-aspiring working classes” (697). The emergency of this kind of jobs provided more opportunities for female workers and enabled them to find jobs easier because the diploma requirements of these jobs were not so high. It should be studied today because the white-collar jobs were especially significant to workers from the middle class, which led to…

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    In 1834 a great inventor was born on March 17,1834 this inventor's name was Gottlieb Daimler. He attended a college called Stuttgart Polytechnic College, he went there from 1857-1859. Daimler later got married to a young woman named Emma. He later became the factory director of Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft Karlsruhe. In 1872 Daimler joined a gas motor fabrik as technical manager. Then he became familiar with the four stroke, By the end of 1883 Daimler built a small high speed engine. In the end of…

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    The all-wheel drive system was created for automobiles to ensure that the driver wouldn’t get stuck in rough terrain, which was a problem in the early 1900's, when people had to get somewhere without delay. It wasn’t until the late 1930's and the early 1940's that all-wheel drive was used constantly by the military and by civilians. The first all-wheel drive system was built by the Cunningham Engineering Company of Boston, in 1900. The system was used on a steam wagon, which was driven by…

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    When I was a little girl my mom never let me ride on a motorcycle. When I was an exchange student in Germany, everything changed. During my first three months there I had already tried new food, met new people, and started to learn a new language. I was feeling invincible from all these new experiences. I wanted to try everything possible during that year, because I wanted to keep this phenomenal feeling up. One day my host father, Burkhard, invited me to go on a tour that was a tradition for…

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    Mercedes Benz Case Study

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    Introduction Mercedes-Benz is a multinational brand of the German maker Daimler AG, the brand is utilized for extravagance vehicles, transports, mentors, and trucks. Mercedes-Benz is headquartered in Stuttgart, Germany. The name initially showed up in 1926 under Daimler-Benz which is generally viewed as the main vehicles. Mercedes-Benz is a piece of the "German Big 3" extravagance automakers, alongside Audi and BMW, which are the three top of the line extravagance automakers on the planet…

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    Mercedes Benz Ethos

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    The Mercedes Benz’ “Close to Our Hearts” advertisement utilizes professional rhetoric to alter it’s audience’s mood with auditory and visual cues in order to evoke emotions and thoughts that tie the company and audience together in hopes that the audience may be persuaded to purchase a new vehicle. Because this is a marketing strategy by Mercedes Benz to connect with consumers, it is fairly obvious that the speaker in this commercial is the brand themselves. With Mercedes propagation of this…

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    Tata Motors Case Study

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    1.) The challenges that Tata Motors faced during moving from producing commercial vehicles line to producing passenger cars: First of all Tata Motors was into the business of integrated commercial vehicles, but as after post-independence govt. of India reserved the production of Locomotives exclusively for state owned enterprises. Than Tata motors decided to diversify itself in heavy commercial vehicles in 1954. Market competition which is a part of industry environment that directly plays a…

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    Old Car History

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    drive shafts, gear boxes, steering box components, wheel drums, and braking systems are sequentially installed. The vehicle, for a considerable length of time the quintessential American modern product, did not have its starting points in the United States. In 1860, Etienne Lenoir, a Belgian repairman, presented an interior burning motor that demonstrated helpful as a wellspring of stationary force. In 1878, Nicholas Otto, a German producer, built up his four-stroke "blast" motor. By 1885, one…

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    One piece of technology I have found that impacts my life this week is the car. I believe people take the things we have for granted, you just jump in your car put a little gas in it and drive wherever you need to go. I realize that probably was not the case in the younger years of America. The car has impacted my life because I live in York and getting to tech is a thirty minute drive for me every day. If I had to walk I would never get here on time or have to get up very early just to make the…

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    Daimler And Chrysler Mergers

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    have no access or building a successful long-term business relationship with a corporation that is more experienced in a particular field that the former is interested in. In many cases, two corporations can properly identify one another's strengths and weaknesses and decide that it is in their best interest to utilize the strengths of each other, in which case the outcome should be almost always successful. One of the most significant mergers of modern business history is that between the…

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