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  • Case Study: Stratton Oakmont, Inc.

    Stratton Oakmont, Inc. was a Long Island, New York based "over-the-counter” brokerage company founded by Jordan Belfort. Stratton Oakmont is one of the well known and most controversial stock scandal of all times. Jordan Belfort also known as “wolf of wall street” was a stockbroker who ended up doing a big stock manipulation. He looted his clients by underwriting an initial public offer(IPO) for a company that doesn’t exist then they used pump and dump scheme to sell its self-owned stocks by…

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  • Interstate Land Development: Case Study

    Marshall and Wyatt, CPAs is an independent auditor for the publically traded company Interstate Land Development. Interstate has been preparing and filing there own tax returns since Marshall and Wyatt have been auditing their company. While the SEC was processing the registration statement Marshall and Wyatt received a subpoena directing them to turn over all the working papers relating to Interstate for the year 20X2-20x5. They initially refused to turn them over because they did not prepare…

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  • Informative Speech On Donald J Trump

    Greetings everyone! Today, I’ll tell you more about the famous billionaire Donald J. Trump! I’ll be talking about these subjects:  Donald Trump’s private life  Donald Trump’s business career  Donald Trump’s political career Donald Trump’s early life: Donald John Trump was born on June 14th, 1946, making him 69 years old. He was born as the fourth of five children to Fred Trump, an American citizen of German descent, and Anne nee MacLeod, a Scottish woman. Donald Trump was born and raised in…

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  • Financial Fraud Case: Nicholas Cosmo And Bridge Loan

    Nicholas Cosmo: Bad Investor or Crook Nicholas Cosmo (Figure 2), born in 1971, is a former American businessman and white collar criminal (Nicholas Cosmo, n.d.). “In 1997, after Cosmo became a licensed stockbroker, he was arrested and later pleaded guilty to mail fraud related to a stock investment scheme. He was sentenced in 1999 to 21 months in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $177,000 plus interest and to undergo therapy for gambling. His broker's license was revoked in 2000 and he…

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  • Case Study Stewart Enterprises

    Stewart Enterprises Inc. was a funeral and cemetery service company. A man named Albert Stewart in 1910 in New Orleans established this company. Albert Stewart was an owner of a real estate business called Acme Realty Company. Through his real estate business Albert purchased three cemeteries called St. Vincent de Paul and a St. Vincent de Paul shop that built cemetery monuments for graves. As time went by Albert Stewart and his sons joined the real estate company and the cemetery company…

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  • Mammoth Oil Company Case Study

    As of last week albert Bacon Fall had secretly granted Harry F. Sinclair of the Mammoth Oil Company exclusive rights to the Teapot Dome in Wyoming on April 7, 1922. After Pres. Warren G. Harding had transferred supervision of the naval oil reserve lands from the Department of the interior, that’s when Fall granted Sinclair the oil rights. When leases and contrasts went under investigation by committees of the U.S. Senate . Fall and members of his family had received from an unknown source…

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  • Marble Meats Corporation Case Summary

    A) According to the book, if Henry doesn’t agree with the transaction he doesn’t have to be a shareholder in the new Marble Meats Corporation (MMC) that is formed after the merger with Natural Farms. Shareholders Appraisal Rights mean that Henry has the right to be paid the fair value of the MMC shares he owed on the date of the transaction. The fair value of the shares is calculated as the value on the day before the date of the stockholder voting for the transaction. Getting paid the appraisal…

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  • The Effects Of High Organature Proton Exchange Fuel Cells

    High temperature proton exchange membrane fuel cells (HT-PEMFCs) are a promising clean technology, especially for automobile applications.1 These devices generate electricity from the chemical reactions that occur in the anode side of the cell, using H2 as a fuel and generating heat and water as by-products.2, 3 However, experimental studies using HT-PEMFCs show that degradation of the cell can occur after certain hours of operation (around 500 hours).4 Some of the factors that contribute to the…

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  • Catalyst Layer Essay

    A catalyst layer is usually the slimmest layer in a PEM fuel cell; however this is an extremely complex component because of its porosity, several phases, and reactions (Spiegel 2008). An efficient catalyst layer should provide several functions at the same time; transporting the electron and the proton, supplying oxygen and hydrogen and water management. The structure and composition of the catalyst layer affects all these roles. Optimization of the catalyst layer can provide for all these…

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  • Halliburton Case Analysis

    5). Halliburton’s business strategy is to promote diversity internally and among its suppliers. This mutual benefit to both Halliburton and it customers contributes to its success in a competitive environment. Halliburton’s culture is thrives on using innovation through mergers and acquisitions. According to World Oil 2006, Enventure Global Technology, a subsidiary of Halliburton, acquired Triad Pipe and Steel Company. The acquisition of Enventure gave Halliburton leverage in supplying…

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