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  • Why Do You Choose Your Own Business

    of the cons to it and not the pros, or they simply just don 't get it at all. Owning a business is definitely rewarding. Rewards can be defined in many different ways, because everyone is different. Something that would reward me is being able to be my own boss, the extra cash flow, and being able to succeed. For others it may be doubling the size of the business in a short period of time. It could be about being able to prove your enemy that you’re capable of doing something when told that they couldn’t. There are assets included in the business. There is ownership of property, equipment, inventory, and the most obvious, cash (Clark, 387). It 's not just the property that you own, but it’s everything on that property. Whether it is an office with luxury designs and furnishes, or a basic office, everything that is placed on that property is the owners of the company. Owning a company just doesn’t give you ownership of the business assets, but it gives the chance of a better lifestyle. There is some government control in this country but not a whole lot compared to others. There are a big number of tax dollars that need to get paid though, which tends to make it harder for companies to grow bigger, or keep them at a higher savings. Some companies want to become bigger and expand into an international business. With small business owners, they tend to turn to government incentive programs so they can do so (Moore). Since there are so many regulations that have to be…

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  • Wealth Matters Case Study

    Wealth Matters: Loss of Black Land Ownership "Finders Keepers, Loser 's Weepers." --Unknown Introduction Finders keepers, losers weepers is a childhood adage that means whatever a person finds can be kept and whatever a person loses cannot be reclaimed. There is no principle of law that supports an individual is entitled to keep whatever is found while the original owner bears the loss. Principles related to personal and real property lost by one individual and found by another have been…

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  • Concentrated Ownership

    Ownerships exist in all types of businesses, including the newspaper industry. Concentrated ownership in the field of newspapers can be defined as the extreme control of a newspaper firm by the insiders (manager, BOD, etc.) Ownerships have been changing significantly for more than 60 years in Canada and has been effecting the Canadian society as a whole. The journals and articles by Kelly Blidook, Joseph Jackson, Minelle Mahtani, David Skinner, Water Soderlund are relevant and useful to the…

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  • John Locke Property Ownership Analysis

    is purely a summary of the analysis and critique of Locke’s second Treatise of government about property ownership. According to Filmer’s theory of patriarchalism, that suggests that; only absolute monarch descended from Adam, have the right to property. This is because he is the only being that God gave total dominion over all the land, something Locke totally disagrees and vows to spend most of writing in disapproving this theory. His stand has made some historical scholars,…

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  • Karl Marx View On Property Essay

    revolutionary communist whose works boasted great influence in the formation of the modern world through inspiring the foundation of many communist regimes in the twentieth century; perhaps most notably, the Soviet Union. Among the many facets of life Marx philosophized, he placed a great sum of interest and influence on the very concept of private property ownership on behalf of a nations citizens on account of his moral opposition to the notion of materialism. Marx emphasized the great divide…

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  • Political Economy Of Rape Analysis

    In the article “The Political Economy of Rape: An Analysis of Systematic Rape and Sexual Abuse of Women During Armed Conflict in Africa” , Meredeth Turshen argues that rape and other forms of sexual violence during times of conflict are connected to economic practices and property ownership. This leads to an analysis of the ways in which sexual violence is used to enforce the notions of women as property and used to negotiate ownership of women’s property. Women are considered valuable due to…

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  • Semiotic Analysis Of The Pet Industry

    The market for goods and services relating to the pet industry as well as the relevance that the pet industry has today will be explored. The demand for pets and pet products will be discussed along with this information. After looking at the research findings, conclusions will be drawn as to how the Unleashed product and company will fit into this industry given the current circumstances. The purpose of this research is to explore the need for this product and the demand for new items in the…

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  • State Vs Kirby Case Study

    State v. Kirby Case facts The case between State v. Kirby focused on ownership of a Global Exchange Holding, LLC’s website designed by Starvation Graphics Company (Ferrera, Reder, Lichtenstein, Bird, & Darrow, 2012). Global Exchange Holding, LLC, owned by Richard Kirby, hired Loren Collett from Starvation Graphics Company to design and develop a website (Ferrera et al., 2012). After the website was completed, Kirby changed the site password and locked Collett from the site (Ferrera et al.,…

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  • Response To Nozick's Contemporary Political Philosophy

    Nozick does not agree with this and believes that this is a denial of self-ownership, another aspect of his theory being absolute. The liberal ideal is not that people who are naturally talented owe everything to the disadvantaged, but rather just enough to help bridge the inequality gap. Kymlicka then goes on to discuss Nozicks theory of owning property, which relates to his idea of owning your natural talents. Kymlicka makes the point that if he owns some land while he may have improved it…

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  • Indian Oil Case Study

    I- INTRODUCTION Over the years, the commercial law regulating sale of goods and, subsequently, transfer of property had significantly evolved. Indeed, a topical subject brought before judicial courts have been the validity of retention of title clause (ROT), which namely gives the right to the seller to retain title in the property of unpaid goods that had physically passed to the buyer . This latest clause has been legitimate in Aluminium Industrie Vaassen B.V v Romalpa Aluminium , where a…

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