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    Prison Gangs: A Case Study

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    It is evident, that prison gangs are tied to the street gang. And there are also some examples about the gang operated from the prisons (Gang Disciples), which explain the strong influence of the prison gangs on their little brother street gangs. What I found interesting that once incarcerated the member of the gang doesn 't stop or suspends his activity, in contrary of what I was used to thinking before, their gang career continues during the detention and even might be more prominent than during his free time. As admitted by the researcher 's “Gangs have established a serious presence within prisons across the United States, and because of this the social structure is now changing.” (Kaminski, 2014, p.84) Also a significant prevalence of the imprisoned Africain- Americain gangs members is over the others type of gangs members was constituted by the researchers. ( Wacquant, 2000; Hagedorn, 2005; ) This racial significance may explain the outcome, that in its greatest number, the gangs in the gang key territories, amongsuch as Chicago, managed from the prison. (Dowdney, 2003; Hagedorn, 2005). This is the case for the most notable gangs, such as Latin Kings, and its CEO, Augustin Zambrano, who was convicted for 60 years in prison in 2012. (Chicago Cbslocal, 2012). Gang Disciples leader, Larry Hoover, is also known to successfully operate his gang from his detention. Those two are the most notable examples, but there are many more others as well. There is also the…

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    Gangs: Gang Life

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    The Gang Life Most gangs in the society are violent, some more than others. Gangs do not tend to be very appealing to others in the world that is today. Gangs have been an issue in the world from then and even now, it has become more dangerous in the streets and society throughout the world. Gangs do not obey the law or authorities; they simply do what they please. Gangs are a major issue in the way people live their lives. A large majority of the inmates at Pelican Bay belong to one of these…

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    com/magazines/fortune/mostadmired/2008/index.html 10 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/8603599.stm Page | 9 LSBF Marketing management Student ID: A4004645 - Mac and accessories iPod iPhone iPad Apple TV Mac operating system, other software solutions and services11 Substitutes One of the five forces in Porter’s analysis is the threat of substitute products. Because of the exquisite design and use of premium materials there are few substitutes for the products of Apple.…

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    Apple is widely considered as one of the innovative companies in the world as its innovation strategies involve terrific new products and innovative business models in the management. Most consumers satisfy with presents and great software in fabulous hardware in beautiful packaging. It has created game-changing innovations like iPod, iTunes, and iPad. Apple’s leaders often consider the concepts of innovation. Most competitors cannot compete with Apple's latest offering since the company always…

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    Jobs Vs Apple

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    After Tim Cook became the CEO, the products made not as a tool to improve the quality of life, they focused the advancement and purpose to the existence of Apple. They are constant efforts to maintain high levels of innovation for quality product from the original functions. If Steve Job invented Macbook, iPod, iPad, iPhone, OS, iOS... In contrast, Tim Cook focus on improve the quality and the advancement in their Apple’s products, such as: iPhone5, 5s, 6s, Ipad Air, Pro, Mini… In 1980, Apple…

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    1. Certification of Conference. Pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(f), a meeting was held on February 22, 2016 at 12:00PM Eastern Standard Time and was conducted by the undersigned counsel for the designated parties in the above captioned case. 2. Brief Statement of the Nature and Complexity of the Case. XYZ, Incorporated (“XYZ”) manufactures custom medical devices that are used in delicate surgeries. The devices cost about $95,000.00 apiece and are manufactured to order with very short…

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    Company’s History and Growth Apple Computer was founded in April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne. It was incorporated as Apple Computer, Inc. on 1977, but be re-named Apple, Inc. on 2007, to reflect its stance to shift away from computers towards consumer electronics and software products. Its success did not last long. During 1985, Apple approached bankruptcy due to a series of product flops and CEO changes. The products flopped as Apple Computer, Inc. was lack of…

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    The modern world of business is characterized by rapidly growing competition in nearly every industry, and hence the success of every business depends on how well it develops strategies for the production and delivery of cutting edge products or services. Apple Inc., formerly known as Apple Computer Inc. is a company that was started in 1976 by Steven Jobs and Steven Wozniak at the basement of a garage (Hitt, Ireland & Hoskisson, 2012). Although the two men were college drop outs, they managed…

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    BIT501 Assignment 1 The business I have chosen for my case study is Apple Inc. Apple Inc. is a tech company based out of California, US. Apple Inc. is listed as a C Corporation business entity meaning that it shares stock on the public market for investors to own a part of the company. As Apple is a C Corporation, it means that the founders or owners are no longer responsible for paying the taxes on their share of the income as the company pay those taxes at a corporate level. The…

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    Apple Watch: Strategic Analysis • Product: The Apple Organization has composed the watch by remembering the unlimited stretch out of purchasers and their choices. The variations offer a causal, lively and exquisite look. The size alternatives have been smarty picked remembering to draw in both genders instead of making the item a unisex contraption. The item itself gives a feel of more customized touch components, for example, sending genuine pulse signal, sending moment writing drawings, a…

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