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  • Worldcom Scandal Summary

    SUMMARY Originally founded in 1983 as LDDS Communications, today, MCI, Inc. is known as the American telecommunications company that was originally formed as a result of the merger of WorldCom. Currently, MCI, Inc. is headquartered in Ashburn, Virginia but originally WorldCom was headquartered in Clinton, Mississippi (Reardon, 2006). WorldCom’s growing success through acquisitions of other telecommunications firms led it to become the second largest long distance telecommunications company in 2001. However, on June 21, 2002 the aspiring company filed for bankruptcy protection after disclosures displayed accounting regularities. On June 25, 2002, they announced that it had overstated earnings in 2001 by more than $3.8 billion (Lyke & Jickling,…

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  • Foot Locker Analysis

    Foot Locker is a nationwide retailer that is notorious for staying ahead of its competition. The dominating retailer is known for selling a wide selection of tennis shoes and athletics apparel. This successful multi-billion collaboration has held its status by introducing the latest stylish and affordable sporting fashions that caters to the active and younger demographics all over the universe. This store has no problem maintaining financial growth. The company emphasize on creating trends and…

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  • Ethos And Pathos In Advertising: The Art Of Advertisement

    The Art of Advertisement William Bernbach, an American advertising director, who was one of the founders of the famous international advertising agency Doyle Dane Bernbach, once said, “Advertising is fundamentally persuasion and persuasion happens to be not a science, but an art.” Companies have been always trying to master this art. Major companies spend millions of dollars on advertisement, trying to convey their products to the costumer. Good advertisement is what distinguishes between the…

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  • Nike Rhetorical Analysis

    Advertising - (Nike) Advertising starts in 1704 in America, and it was in newspaper (Lauren Drelloct). After that it still expanding until now, and it starts playing a big role in our daily life. Some people love it, and some thinks ads are exploiting them. Does the ads affects people? They says strong evaluation can affect in your choices, and changes your mind (Andrew Sneddon). As a result, companies uses strong evaluation in their ads to change your choices. Nike is one of the biggest…

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  • Nike Inc.: Principles Of Accounting

    Benjamin Murray Prof. De Schryver Principles of Accounting DL-A2 10/11/2017 Nike Inc. Nike Inc. was founded on January 25, 1964. Originally the company was formed with the name Blue Ribbon Sports. Nike was founded by Bill Bowerman and Phil Knight, and officially became Nike, Inc. on May 30, 1971. Nike Inc. was founded with just $1,200 in the bank. Bill Bowerman was a track and field coach and Phil Knight was a runner at the University of Oregon. The Nike swoosh logo was created by a student…

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  • Tyson Foods, Inc. Case Study

    This paper analyzes multiple concepts within operations management to be implanted within Tyson Food, Inc. A brief organizational setting and history of the company is provided. The concepts evaluated are customer value, voice of the customer, competitiveness, balanced scorecard, economies of scale and scope, process control, service quality, and supplier relationships. Each concept is briefly discussed objectively and defined for the benefit of Tyson Food, Inc. The implementation of each…

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  • Nike: Adidas, Under Armor, And New Balance

    Nike’s headquarters is located in Beaverton, Oregon and was originally known as Blue Ribbon Sports. In 1971 the iconic “swoosh” was introduced to the public and in 1972 the company’s name was changed to Nike after the Greek goddess victory (1). The first “brand ad” for Nike was “There is no finish line”, and in 1988 a debut for “Just Do It” appeared (1). Since then, the “swoosh” and “Just Do It” have become icons for the company. Throughout the 1980’s Nike expanded its product line to encompass…

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  • The Promise And Perils Of Globalization Of Nike Essay

    Nike Corporation is a worldwide brand that has established itself as the leading sport wear and equipment producer. It has witnessed a golden age when its expansion was well acclaimed by the public, and later has faced wild criticism on account of their managerial decision, on to be more precise their refusal to ascertain, criticize, and act upon the behavior of their outsourced associates. These later had been criticize for human right violation, child labor, slavery pay and other major…

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  • Technology Impact On Nike

    Nike is the number one company that designs and develops athletic footwear, sport accessories and electronic and physical services. The Company sells its products via its owned stores and other retail internet websites which the company refers to as its Direct to Consumer. The technological impact on Nike’s products has made a huge change on Nike in terms of selling and promoting its products. On one hand, social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram are major players. For…

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  • Case Study: Foot Locker

    Foot locker is a global American sportswear and footwear company that was founded on September 12, 1974 by Frank Winfield Woolworth. This company is trusted by many customers due to their sales and their motto, “If it’s Foot Locker, It’s Approved”. Foot Locker is known for selling real sneakers that are not copyrighted and to sell them for their retail price. Social Media plays a big role for Foot Locker. Since Foot Locker is a global company they do have an online store because they are located…

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