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    Even though Walmart’s positives and negatives seem to even out, the negatives greatly outweigh the positives. Walmart does not help America. Although the store attracts many people and increases consumption and output greatly, the company is powerful and is always in control of the market. Firstly, Walmart’s participation in predatory prices gain them market power, taking many small companies out of business. For example, Walmart is blamed for closing pharmacies, groceries, and specialty…

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    The literacy that I want to learn is how to be a photographer. There are many ways to achieve this goal. One of the ways is to get a digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. It is a digital camera that combines the optics and the mechanisms of a single-lens reflex camera with a digital imaging sensor. The best entry level lens for any photographer is an 18-55 mm. First, there are so many pictures and different apps available these days that can change the quality of an image. Also it is not…

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    Doodle Jump

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    Mobile phone gaming has come along way over the years. Many phone makers have tried and failed, but it was not until Apple released the iPhone that we truly saw the emergence mobile gaming for the masses. Nowadays you can see people from all walks of life tapping their screens on the train trying to beat their best scores. Even though the graphics and processing power of mobile phones has improved by leaps and bounds the most popular games are not necessarily the ones with the most versatile…

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    There is something to be said about a store that can provide a range of, literally, almost everything. From the vintage block heels that are stepping back into play to all the powder, brass, primer one may need for reloading and prepping for that first bird to fly as the sun rises on Labor Day weekend, Paul’s Mart can take care of most any need from Fall and fishing to the excitement and satisfaction of a sweet, fabulous and funky vintage find. A not-so-hidden gem, many have their reasons why…

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    In this week’s lecture the theme of choice was “Consumerism and American Values”. When first hearing the word consumerism, I tend to think of many things such as the economy, money, shopping, and etc. I also think of supply and demand and producer to consumer relationships. I thought it was a very interesting topic because; Walmart was the target for this section. In the first essay titled “The Walmart You Don’t Know” the author attempts to persuade the audience that Walmart is nothing but a…

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    consumers. Although consumers shop at Wal-Mart for their lower prices no one really has a high opinion of the company as a whole. With Wal-Mart being the world’s largest retailer they hold all the cards if a supplier wants their product in their stores.…

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    A geographic target market can be consumers in a city, state, or country. The company is aiming customers who are living in the north America. The product will be distributed not only from apple store but also Rogers, Telus and Wind. A demographic target market would focus on a specific gender, age group, income level, or education level. Since, all of gender use phones, we would not have to focus on the specific gender. However, Owners must be older than 10 years old because some people…

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    Upscale Markets

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    Case Overview Blake Ives, the CEO of Upscale Markets, a seven-store local grocery chain in Dallas, TX, was contemplating his best course of action as Ives was searching for new imaginative thoughts to implement in his business. So, he had an idea to utilize QR code technology at subway stations, which is utilized by giant retailer organizations to empower clients to buy their products online while sitting/waiting at the train station. Even though the thought was great yet there was no subway…

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    If everyone could live life the way author, Joel Salatin, lives life, then according to Salatin, the planet would thank us. Salatin owns a 500-acre farm in Virginia where he raises grass-fed, free-range animals, including cattle, pigs, and poultry. Besides farming, Salatin is an author of multiple books and a public speaker that has travelled all over to speak what he stands for. Joel Salatin wants everyone around the world to be able to overcome the corporate food system along with him, which…

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    Toy Store Evaluation Paper

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    For the toy store evaluation I picked the local Muncie Target. Target is a superstore that is separated into different department areas ranging from clothing, electronics, baby items children’s items, home décor, toys, seasonal items, a small grocery section, and everyday essentials. When you first walk into Target the first thing you see is the dollar section. The toys section is located directly behind the home décor aisle. The toy department is made up of 9 aisles and each aisle is made up…

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