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  • Gerald Ford: The President With No Election

    Gerald Ford “The President with No Election” Gerald For was the 38th president of the United States of America. Ford was the only president of the United States to not have an election and run in office for president or vice-president. After Richard Nixon resigned, Ford took over. Before Gerald Ford became President, his political career was well. He was elected as U.S. House of Representative in 1948. He also held office as House Minority the following 25 years he served as a congressman. He…

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  • Best Buy Case Study

    Overall profits have to be looked at deep within the financial statement of any company, but the bottom line always remains the bottom line. Within Best Buy, we see that the company's total liabilities are 60% of total assets. Liabilities have increased from March 2003 at 177,000 to February 2004 at 765,000(Quotes & Info- Best Buy Co Inc (BBY)). This puts their liabilities at a high risk for investors. Their top competitor, Circuit City, holds only 30% liabilities to assets. This creates a…

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  • American Automobile Advancement

    Advancements of the Foreign Automobile Industry in American Markets In recent decades, the automobile industry has made significant technological and manufacturing advancements, making it very competitive to gain market share. As the market shares for American manufactured vehicles have decreased, the market shares for foreign manufactured vehicles have steadily been on the rise. Foreign car manufacturers have out-competed domestic American auto powerhouses by producing higher quality vehicles…

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  • Marketing Strategy Of Social Media

    Once a target market is identified it is then necessary to do market research to identify key factors of the market including competitors and demographic information. Planning an advertising campaign involves deciding on where to run your advertisements and how often to run them. The goal of the marketing campaign is to reach the largest audience possible (Cadotte, 2003). A marketing strategy must consider how many people are going to see the advertisement to determine if it is cost effective…

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  • Robber Barons Rhetorical Analysis

    Howard Zinn argues that the new industrialists such as John D Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and J.P Morgan adopted business practices that encouraged monopolies and used the powers of the government to control the masses from rebellion in A Peoples History of the United States of America. Rockefeller, Carnegie, and J.P Morgan all became massively wealthy due the spur of innovation, cheap labor, and other practices. Zinn argues that these “robber barons” used sly business tactics to keep their…

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  • Business Management Case Study: Chase Cardmember Services

    Morgan, primarily an investment bank. It had now a number of strategic issues to consider moving forward-- * CoBranded Cards- As was a common strategy for cc issuers for decades, CCS had arrangements with various companies, including Shell, Walmart, and Verizon, in which customers would reap mutual benefits from both the CCS and the affiliate company for card purchases on the company's products. CCS had to decide whether this arrangement would continue to be worthwhile. * Financial…

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  • Laissez Faire Economics Case Study

    very important and business should give their workers this necessary safety. Second, child labor should be prohibited because it is child abuse and it is morally wrong. Furthermore, Railroads should be regulated by prohibiting them from accepting rebates. In addition, it is imperative that industries sell safe and quality products to consumers. Many drug companies, food producers, and meat packers are selling dangerous products to the public. Some drug…

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  • Confucianism In Ancient China's Political Economy

    Siwei Xie A91088106 Poli 113A Prof. Magagna Confucian Political Economy Introduction A political economy looks at the conditions that are conducive to the production or consumption as organized by the nation. It emphasizes the importance of economics to the state by expressing the laws of production of wealth at the state level just like the politics of economics in the households. This philosophy head back to the days of the Chinese philosopher, Confucius, an ancient Chinese philosopher and…

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  • Asguard Exceed Case Study 6.1

    6.1.1 Product In beginning to assess the area of product it is important to firstly clarify the hierarchy of product levels (Kolter et al 2013, pg 416). Then identify where this product will be able to be best marketed to attract the most business. Figure six shows the differing levels of the product offering. This report will firstly breakdown each area and then clarify the main areas identified to be used as major marketing points. Figure 6 the five product levels (Kolter et al 2013, pg 416)…

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  • What Is Wind Energy?

    Picture your life twenty five years from now, where do you see yourself? If you do not think you will still be around, then where are your kids, grandchildren, or nieces and nephews? Wherever it is, you are probably wrong. There are many things that can happen between now and then to keep you and them from getting wherever it may be. Now, the question is: What are you willing to do to get to this place you desire to reach? Every year people across the continents are polluting the world with…

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