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    Women In Music

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    Props or People: A Women’s Place in Music Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination, and charm and gaiety to life and to everything. –Plato Music shapes who we are as an individual as well as a society, however, within the last several decades there has been an astonishing increase in the objectification of women in the music industry. From country, to pop, to rock, to hip-hop and rap there has been a dramatic rise in the use women’s…

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    Branding is how the world of consumerism is revolved around. Consumers in modern day society would purchase a brand depending on the reliability and also depending on the name also. People tend to form brand loyalties allowing them to trust a particular manufacturer. Branding began in an early era in ancient Babylon to entice buyers to purchase goods that had arrived in on ships to allow their goods to differentiate from the others (Quote Website). In the 13th Century in Magna Carta when there…

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    Over the last couple of decade, Apple Inc. has been a multinational corporation that has created numerous electronics, computers, and even their own watch. But why is it such a big deal? Why is Apple so popular? How did they get started? These questions are about to be answered. It all starts with the creation of Apple, their products, and the impact that they have on today’s society. Apple has totally changed the world with their amazing inventions and products. Apple was founded by Steve Jobs…

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    Analysis of the Mac Vs. PC Ad Campaign As computers were first gaining popularity, companies tried to hook customers by using unique marketing tactics. Soon, years went by and technologies continued to progress to a point at which companies spent millions on actively trying to promote their products. In 2006, the company, Apple, established an ad campaign titled Mac vs. PC which quickly grew more admirable by strategically using rhetorical fallacies and genuine story lines. Fans then began…

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    America is a land of opportunity. First, Steve Jobs achieved his personal dreams through commitment. In addition, passion drove Ashton Eaton to winning gold medals in the olympics. Finally, determination is what led Derek Jeter to winning five world series. The American Dream can be difficult to achieve, but Michael Oher achieved it through hard work. The American Dream can be achieved through commitment, passion, and determination. Commitment is in fact a key factor to achieving the American…

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    In Malcolm Gladwell's "The Tweaker", he discusses the brilliance of Steve Jobs, and how he was a man with more than good taste, who had a sweeping visionary that saw above and beyond. "Jobs sensibility was editorial, not inventive" (3). Even before bringing Apple to its tremendous glory and success, Jobs always had an eye for productivity. As seen with how he questioned the trade-offs with European washing machine and its efficiency. He would later bring…

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    parents gave him up for adoption soon after he was born. Steve Jobs was a historical risk taker because he made Apple stores, bought Pixar and he left Apple. Steve Jobs was a risk taker because he opened Apple stores. This was a risk because it was a different kind of store. It cost him a lot of money to make all of stores and even more money to pay the people that worked in the stores. He also needed to buy the land and the buildings. That is why this was a risk Steve Jobs’s second biggest…

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    Apple’s needs: From the current situation of Apple, it seems it is seeking to reboot its business in order to recover the decline in its iPhone sales. The company is looking for a way to retain it fabulous growth and maintain its financial strengths. Thus, Apple is studying the idea of acquiring another business, particularly in a business in the music streaming, because that mostly will help the company in increasing and supporting Apple Music Services that they introduced in 2015. The company…

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    “You’re fired.” Gee, thanks.Way to let me down easy. Wait, did you think I said that out loud? You don’t think I’m that dumb, right? Of course you don’t, we’re best friends here. After all, I took the precious time out of my day to write you a story, and you took the precious time out of your day to read it, so we’re all on the same page here (no pun intended). Nancy, my boss, stares at me with this blank look on her face. What, do you expect me to say something? I just lost my job that I went…

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    SITUATION ANALYSIS - STRENGTHS According to a report conducted by comScore, 24 million Canadians are wireless subscribers while 81% are owners of a smartphone (Mcnutt, 2015). Within that 81%, Apple is in the top at 38.3% while Samsung is just behind with 32.4%. Additionally, BrandZ ranks Apple the most valuable global brand in 2015 with a brand value of $247 billion, surpassing Google (Apple overtakes Google, 2015). Evidently, Apple is revered as a powerful and influential brand throughout many…

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