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    Philip Musica who used the name F. Donald Coster bought the McKesson & Robbins in 1926 (Foster, p. 5). The owners of McKesson & Robbins sold the company which F. Donald Coster bought. Philip Musica had been involved in several fraud cases before he bought the pharmaceutical company Mckesson & Robbins. The Musica family had been involved in a scandal in which the family bribed custom officials. “The Musicas had been paying fine Italian cheeses recorded at a fraction of their actual weight allowing the family to avoid tariffs and to make profits far above those of their competitors” (Foster, p. 2). They were soon caught and Philip Musica was imprisoned for a short period. After Philip Musica was released, the Muisca family started a hair company in which they also committed fraud. Philip’s mom Assunta “returned to Naples with letters of introduction and set about t courting Italian bankers from whom she obtained large loans using her invoices for human hair as collateral”…

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    Every year we hear of a sporting scandal that shocks fans around the world. In 2016 it was the FIFA corruptions scandal, the deflategate scandal of 2015, in 2012 the Lance Armstrong doping scandal, and many more in every sport imaginable. These events are horrible for fans, as their beloved sport become ruined by the greed and evil nature of just a select few. It spoils the image of a league or organization and makes all the parties involved look bad. In all these cases, the suspects are…

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    Wells Fargo Code Of Ethics

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    United States. However, this immaculate reputation has been tarnished in the wake of the recent fake accounts scandal. Since the beginning of the decade, the employees of the bank have created millions of fake credit cards and bank accounts. From 2011 to 2016, this banking institution has managed to collect a staggering $2.6 million in consumer fees (Partnoy & Eisinger, 2016). The collection of this huge amount of money is a direct outcome of the trend of the employees to set up fake accounts.…

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    Analysis Of B's Ice Cream

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    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY “I scream. You scream. We all scream for B’s ice-cream.” In an attempt to get our target audiences’ taste buds buzzing for over twenty- six (26) years, we have been producing a variety of enticing homemade ice- cream flavours that suites all occasions, age groups and healthy lifestyles. The founders, Katherine and Anderson Bethel, were determined to produce an all natural, eggless, pasteurized, homemade texture and certified halaal product that everyone could enjoy at any day…

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    Humanity has pondered the meaning of life since its first steps—as doing so provides a confounding sense of purpose among the entropy that is the universe. This purpose can help free individuals from their doubt, and pain, and lead them to overcome that which was considered impossible, and all while inspiring the people around them. Within Frank Darabont 's Shawshank Redemption, these ideas are represented by one of the main protagonists of the story—Andy Dufresne, a successful young bank…

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    With Reference to the story ‘The Bet’ by Anton Chekhov, trace in detail, the imprisonment of the lawyer, the beginning of the first year right down to the fifteenth year. Justify the changes that the lawyer underwent at various stages of his imprisonment. What changes did you see in the banker during this period? The Bet is a short story written by Anton Chekhov, who writes based on realistic characters and situations. A wealthy banker and a young lawyer make a bet with each other based on…

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    Film Adaptations: Romeo and Juliet (1968) and West Side Story (1961) Many films have been created based on novels and play scripts. Plays have transitioned from performances on stage to the big cinema screens. Since many legendary play scripts were created before our century, American film directors had to ask themselves, “How can an older piece of work interest the audience of today?”. Directors found it challenging to express an original piece of work while attempting to interest the minds…

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    The movie The Shawshank redemption was produced by Frank Darabont and based off of the Stephen King book The Shawshank Redemption. The film is based around figures of hope for the inmates as a sense of relief to help them by the difficult times. The theme hope is portrayed throughout the film as objects, and in the protagonists Andy Dufresne and Ellis Boyd ‘Red Redding’. The major moments where hope was developed was scenes with music, specifically the scene of the warden’s office and the record…

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    Film Friendly Persuasion

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    7. Andy Bell. Bell announced that he was openly gay in 1986 in an interview with Melody Maker. It was in December 2004 when he made another announcement stating that he had been HIV positive for 6 years and keeping it in control. 8. Chuck Panozzo. Chuck Panozzo broke fans’ hearts when he announced that he was guy and living with HIV and AIDS in 2001. Since then, he became an active person in the promotion of AIDS awareness. 9. Danny Pintauro. The last time we see Danny Pintauro is on a 2015…

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    increased in the light of Trumps campaign. There are reasons to be genuinely afraid and we shouldn’t pass it off as irrational and something you need to ignore and not talk about because “everything will be okay in the end.” This also applies to certain mechanisms that suggest we halt any political discussion with others just to avoid conflict. The main goal should be to find a medium between ignorance as bliss, and the constant absorption and worry about every little issue and dramatic scandal…

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