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    1920's Informative Speech

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    It just so happened to come across my mind that one of our greatest times came long before now, and i shall be telling you of this time and its wonders. I recommend you understand i 'm talking about the 1920’s. It would be a very difficult process to inform you of all the great and potentially the bad thing that happened to occur during the 20’s so im just going to spit them out. Before we begin, i would just like to point out that at this appropriate this in the human race, the wonderful but…

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    Engstrom Case Study

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    In the early 2000s, Engstrom Auto Mirror plant, a privately-owned manufacturer of automobile mirrors, had begun to face arduous times in a global economic downturn. In 2006, Engstrom was forced to lay off 18% of its employees. The next year would be worse. Classified as the Great Recession, the years 2007 to 2009 were grueling for everybody. This was a global financial crisis that effected everyone and it is essential that everyone remembers its effects. Prior to 2007, these difficulties that…

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    The Great Recession

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    Thesis: The actors involved in the Great Recession as well as those that facilitated the current Chinese real estate bubble have yet to face any criminal prosecution; which stands in disproportionate contrast to the hundreds that were jailed in the better handled Savings and Loan Crisis that was significantly less impactful on the global economy. The recent 2008 Financial Crisis, dubbed the Great Recession, has been one of the worst financial panics to grip this nation since the Great…

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    The Great Depression was arguably America’s darkest hour. Looking back, modern day Americans cannot fathom the despair and hopelessness that covered America like an itchy woolen blanket throughout the 1930s. How bad were those days? What kept American families alive? Where was God? Now, imagine if another Great Depression happened tomorrow. Could America recover? As a student flips through his history textbook, he spots a photo of men lined up around a block waiting for bread at a soup kitchen.…

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    The culture of a company determines the probability of its overall success and long-term sustainability. A recent study from Berkeley concluded: “...firms that focus on and cultivate a culture that members agree about and that specifically focuses on adaptability will grow faster financially than their competitors” (Chatman, 2012). In order to determine a company 's culture and whether or not it exemplifies Berkeley 's recipe for the most prosperous type of business, one can utilize the…

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    caused by an economic recession and the addition of competing charter schools forced RSPS to align their resources to the changing market dynamics. In addition, when Meritas decided to invest in adopting an International Baccalaureate program and purchase state of the art facilities and technology during the recession, it only intensified the financial burden caused by the dip in enrollment. When the housing bubble burst in 2007, the United States underwent a massive recession during which,…

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    decades of experience in politics. No matter the outcome, history will be made. The main aspect of this election at stake is the economy and jobs. Since the 2008 recession, it seems as if a Band-Aid was stuck on the economy, and never healed. Americans want a President who can heal the economy and overcome the setbacks from the recession. This is why this election puts pressure on society. The…

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    The Great Recession

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    The United States grants the responsibility of officially determining when a recession begins and ends upon the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Within the National Bureau of Economic Research their Business Cycle Dating Committee handles this job. The NBER has come to define this period of substantial economic decline as a recession. However, the official definition the NBER uses for recession is “a period between a peak and a trough where, a significant decline in economic activity…

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    Family Income Trends

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    The bottom 20 % actually has a decrease in income and the second 20% and middle 20% are the categories with the fewest growth. This is likely a result of the Great Recession in 2008 which affected those in the lower class the hardest. Unemployment rates reached a soaring high and people had a difficult time finding another job after they were laid off. Also, in this time period more people started going to school especially…

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    2008 Recession

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    the Great Depression. Most people’s best bet at getting by was to be prepared for the long wait at the soup lines. Although the more recent recession in 2008 wasn’t as severe, it still had the most significant downturn in the economy since the Great Depression. The bursting of an $8 trillion housing bubble was the first domino to fall, leading to the recession. The loss in revenue…

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