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    This paper corresponds to case study of DeBeers’s Diamond Dilemma in which I have performed PESTEL and Five Forces Analysis of DeBeers’s Diamond. DeBeers has two aims; to be the top company of diamond seller and make diamond available for everyone in the market. In the first part I’ve executed PESTEL Analysis on the DeBeers prevailing confronting position and focused on the significant troubles that DeBeers needs to ascertain its resolution. PESTEL analysis refers to a framework that marketers…

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    The Diamond Industry Essay

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    The diamond industry employs 38,000 people, directly in Southern Africa, the main industrial location for diamonds). This employment provides shelter, food and clean water for people working in the mines. In South Africa, a rough 28,000 people are employed for cutting, mining, valuing, polishing, jewelry manufacturing, and retail. These few job opportunities open doors for workers to live under a roof, to get their kids educated, to obtain appropriate health care and much more. "We know that…

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    The History Of Diamonds

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    discovering the actual diamond producing pipe. A lot of Kimberly pipes found around the area included the largest pipes found on land by two unsuspecting farmers. The two farmers were brothers, and their names were “De Beers”. A syndicate discovered the largest pipes and brought the De beers brothers out and paid some money for the brothers around sixty-three hundred pounds, which was a large amount in that time for the farmers and a wonderful…

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    New Media In the latter half of the 1800s and moving forward into the twentieth century, new forms of media began to spring up, which drastically changed the way art was created and produced. The invention of the camera and motion pictures evolved art in a way that the question of which art forms should really be considered art was asked. In an article written by Domenica Quaranta, she brings up this question and provides some analysis. Her biggest point states that while a media may be new…

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    identified by looking at the value and prices of their products and ethical standards. Campbell reveals, “The diamonds are eventually sold to customers at up to ten times the price paid from them De Beers, which,of course can be up to a hundred times the price paid for them at the source” (Campbell 112). The De Beers Group is excessively overpricing a stone that we are made to believe is explicitly rare and priceless. Their extreme desire for more money is shown through their disproportionate…

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    different amounts of time for each individual; the Creature stays in this stage for a long time as he develops control over more things. When he discovers the De Lacy family, he begins to exert this authority. He discovers their need for firewood, and “brought home firing sufficient for the consumption of several days” (Shelley 74). When the young De Lacy girl finds the wood, “she uttered some words in a loud voice, and the youth joined her, who also expressed surprise” (Shelley 74). The…

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    Blood Diamond This story is about a diamond smuggler mercenary and a man who had lost his family to rebels who kidnapped his son for work in a diamond mine. Blood diamonds are not named for their color, but rather because of the very real blood which is shed in order to mine them. when you wear a blood diamond on your hand, then you really do have blood on your hands. Campbell neatly ties into how blood diamonds end up on the ring finger of brides while their use has funded a war which has…

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    Conflict Diamond Effects

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    Did you know that there are over 27,000,000 men, women, and children enslaved throughout the world today? (CNN). Almost ¾ of all slaves are property of conflict diamonds mines all around the world. Conflict diamonds are mined and the revenue from the diamonds is used to fund the wars that the country is fighting. Mining conflict diamonds causes controversy all over the world, especially in central and western Africa. The topics being discussed are The Life of A Miner, the process, sale, and…

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    Cecil Rhodes was the founder of De Beers Consolidated Miles Ltd. and eventually gained monopolistic control of the whole diamond market in 1888 (). He completed this by forming the London Diamond Syndicate, a cartel, who was a leading diamond merchant at the time that allowed Rhodes…

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    The Gathering of Old Men is set in rural Louisiana during the 1970’s. Tee Jack is a white male who owns a local bar. His bar used to segregate the blacks and whites because of the law, also known as de jure segregation. In spite of de jure segregation being declared unconstitutional, blacks are still being segregated through fear tactics. When Tee Jack talks about the discrimination of African-Americans in his bar. He claims that the discrimination is “how things…

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