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    Ariana Orfanella Star River Electronics Case Study Overall Company Performance Star River’s finances initially lead you to believe that there has been a steady incline of growth and success. The sales increase appears to represent healthy all around healthy growth. Their sales have averaged a steady incline of around 15% growth per year which seems encouraging until you look at several other factors. All of this should be backed up by looking at Net Income, however that’s where the findings…

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    Hiring new directors has been successful over the years. Studios only see the movies as a success if earns a lot of money at the box office if the movie is good it's plus but overall that's what studios want. In “Why Studios Are Hiring Indie Directors For Blockbusters” a article written by Sam Aberdeen hints that hiring new directors has been successful. “The success rate seems to be more in favor of the directors, though, and there's a huge plug to this practice: successful films equal higher…

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    Every company’s primary goal is profitability. According to research done by a Purdue University professor, employee’s motivation and satisfaction have a direct link to a company’s profit even when there is no direct customer contact (Purdue Research, 2015). The researcher went on to say the reason for this is because the company exhibits strong organizational communication or communication that is passed down from upper to lower management, down to their subordinates (Purdue Research, 2015).…

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    Title Mark Dowie’s opinion on this concept is that no profit is worth more than a human life. In his article he talks in depth about Ford Motor companies and a car they designed and produced in the seventies, the Pinto. The Pinto was a very rushed project that focused more on making a profit than the quality and safety of the vehicle. The entire tone of the article casts a harsh judgmental light on the decisions made during that project. He makes it very obvious that he opposes Ford decisions…

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    Lundmark et al. (2009)4 consider remanufacturing a “win-win-win” situation: “Customers can obtain remanufactured products cheaper, companies reduce their costs and they earn more and the environment benefits.” That said, remanufacturing can support all the three basic pillars of Sustainable Development (Environmental, Economic, Social). Saves material and energy resources while reduces wastes and emissions (Environmental), generates wealth and cutting costs (Economic), remanufactured products…

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    The clash between two opposing cultural perspectives. The Ford corporate culture mindset which set on making the most money. The ethical perspective is a human life is above an economic profit. You would think it is wrong to take a person life because they want to make a profit. Taking a human life is a very punishable crime, the white collar crime usually overlooked in different than an individual who committed a homicide. Any corporation’s legal has an obligation to prioritize…

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    For many believers, making a profit is a tricky situation. They need to make money, yet feel guilty if the profit margin is what they think is too lucrative. First, making a reasonable profit is not taking advantage of customers. As Gurdem points out, several of Jesus’ parables mention the God figure blessing those who make a profit. Part of making a profit is using money and the talents God has blessed each individual with wisely, both of which…

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    short-term assets. If the ratio is low under 1 that may indicate that the company is not in good financial health. If the ratio is high then the company is in good shape to pay its obligations. The higher the ratio the better. CanGo recorded a Net Profit Margin of .8…

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    This indicates a higher risk than the previous year, such a small increase in operation profit leads to greater amount of returns to shareholders; the interest cover ratio measures the quantity of available operating profit to cover interest payable showing a decrease from 8.2% to 7.4% involving greater risk for lenders where interest payments might not be met caused by increased borrowings but mainly declines…

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    Corporate social responsibility (CSR) is a concept that almost all firms state that they incorporate and embed into the core of their business activities and strategies. However, it can be argued that often times CSR is not properly embedded into a firm if their CSR strategy does not affect the firm’s strategy, routines and operations. This is known as peripheral CSR (Aguinis and Glavas, 2013). This essay explores what the defining internal and external barriers are to effectively embedding CSR…

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