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    Apple is a Public Limited Company, found by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976, which design, develop and sell their goods worldwide and operate in telecom and technology industry. Their headquarters are located in Cupertino, California, USA Apple, being a successful technology and telecom company in the secondary sector who have lots of capital, have chosen to be a Public Limited Company because companies usually become public because they get more capital by selling their shares to shareholders, who own parts of the company. They are also able to get limited liability, which is an advantage where if the company goes bankrupt or fails, the owners will not be fully liable to debt. They’re also able to have continuity, which helps improve…

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    Integrated Communication | Task 1 | December 2015 1. (A) Overview of ODEL Public Limited Company “ODEL is synonymous with fashion. It is defined by a unique identity and is a destination in itself. It is a brand loved, followed and enjoyed by many” attracting unmatched footfalls, both local and foreign customers. Softlogic Holdings PLC along with its subsidiary, Softlogic Retail (Pvt) Ltd, acquired ODEL PLC in 2014. Softlogic Holdings PLC is one of Sri Lanka’s rapidly growing…

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    New Look New Look, Private Limited Company, is a British global fashion retailer. It was founded by Tom Singh in wellington, Somerset, United Kingdom in 1969. Since the founding the company has expanded and now have more than 852 stores globally, including countries like Belgium, France, South Korea, Arab Emirates, Russia, and others, 759 of the stores are operated directly by New Look Group Limited, and the rest are operated by franchise partners, with over 30,000 staff in total. And they are…

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    Recruitment and selection. P1 Tesco is a public limited company which means that its securities are traded on a stock exchange and also can be bought / sold by any individual. A public limited company is required by law to share their true financial position so that people wanting to invest know the true worth of its shares. An advantage of Tesco being a public limited company is that Tesco can raise large sums of money as there is no limit to how many shareholders a public limited company can…

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    name must specify that your organization is an LLC (ex: "LLC" or Limited Company").1 3. The name cannot contain words prohibited by your state (ex: "bank" or "insurance").1 B. What state licenses & permits are needed & which state agencies do you need to register with? 1. File Articles of Organization with the South Carolina Secretary of State’s Office.2 2. Register with the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) for a use tax license.3 3. No state business licenses are required for South…

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    The company will have many kinds of stakeholder which include internal and external stakeholders. The stakeholders are people who interest or stake in an organization and their opinion can affect the organization. The main stakeholders incorporate shareholders, creditors, employees and the community. There are advantage and disadvantage for stakeholder when dealing with or using a limited liability company (LLC) structure for small businesses in New Zealand. In a limited liability company,…

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    The business form the best fits Shania’s situation is a limited liability company. According to sba.gov, “a limited liability company is a hybrid type of legal structure that provides the limited liability features of a corporation and the tax efficiencies and operational flexibility of a partnership” (para. 1). The funding for Shania’s business venture is provided by her husband; therefore, it makes since that they create a single member LLC to enjoy the simplistic tax filings of a sole…

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    With the prospect of other business in mind it was unambiguous that the company structure be set in such a manner as to relieve the liabilities off of the owners and allow the development of the business to be formed without seeking outside sources of…

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    application cyber security company based in Israel with offices worldwide. The United States headquarters is in Newton, MA. with regional sales offices in Ft. Lauderdale, Houston, Las Angles and Chicago. The company is well known in the IT Security Company with a quality product designed to secure data in the enterprise as well as the cloud. The flagship product is called Cyber Vault is focused on protecting the “Key’s to the kingdom” for an Enterprise. In other words the privileged account…

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    Limited liability companies (LLCs) offer business owners several advantages over sole proprietorships, partnerships and in some cases S and C corporations. Business operators who take advantage of LLC business formation can realize significant financial benefits and can also use living trusts to facilitate exchanging limited liability company ownership more easily relative to using a will. LLCs offer the asset protection enjoyed by corporate entities, are less expense to maintain and require…

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