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    Swiss E Waste Case Study

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    Fig. 1. Material and financial flows in Swiss e-waste. One of the supports of the system is assured financing of the collection and recycling by charging on all new equipments under Advance Recycling Fee (ARF). All the collections are paid at ARF as well as the transport and the recycling of the disposed equipments. For small items like hair dryers, the ARF range it to CHF (Swiss franc) 1, up to CHF 20 for TVs and CHF 40 for refrigerators. In 2003, the total ARF collected was about CHF 71.66…

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    WU Vienna Case Study

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    With about 23,000 students, WU Vienna is one of the largest and leading universities for business, economics, business law and social sciences in the European Nation (Vienna University of Economics and Business). As a result, this educational institution unifies human beings from various cultural, educational and social backgrounds. Therefore, being socially responsible must be one of WU Vienna’s major goals to fulfill its role as an accredited educational establishment. Consequently, as a…

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    Question 1 The banks function as an intermediary between depositors and investors. It is depositor’s main aim to safeguard their saving while investors in the other hand need some financial assistance in order to fulfil their economic and financial objectives. Thus, it is a crucial responsible for them to fulfil the commitment towards few important goals to both clientele. Besides maximizing the profit to fulfil their obligation to the shareholder, banks also responsible to ensure soundness of…

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    Introduction When we rely on banks for money transfers, online payments, money withdrawal or just savings, we are giving them trust; we have to trust that the bank will not go bankrupt and that our money would always be available for us; furthermore, we have to provide all our personal details, trusting that those will not be disclosed without our agreement. If we wanted to avoid using banks as intermediaries, we would have to keep all our savings in cash, which means it would be impossible to…

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    Corporate Responsibility Project – BA 342 FA 15 Chun Chit Cheng BA342 Section 2 2015/11/17 Introduction: Expedia Inc. is ranked number four hundred and fifty-eight on the fortune 1000 companies’ lists. Expedia is one of the biggest online travel booking service companies. They provide bookings on a variety of things. Hotels, car rentals, flights, cruises and also complete vacation packages are what they are able to let their customers reserve online. This online services based company is…

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    Alta Moda Case Study

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    CHAPTER 2: THE COMPANY 2.1 History of the company Established in 1984, Alta Moda was a wholesale textile business, which was run as a partnership, owned and managed by a group of businessman based in Indonesia and Singapore. At that time, the business was primarily focused on importing budget fabrics because of the economy condition in Indonesia. As the Indonesian economy grows, the demand for high quality fabrics increased simultaneously, which later being responded by their business partner…

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    As far as topographical dispersion, roughly 26% of the estate land bank is situated in Peninsular Malaysia with 15% in Sabah, 51% in Indonesia and 8% in Liberia. Oil palm as the transcendent yield covers 93% of the planted territory with elastic covering 7%. The oil palm ranches recorded a yearly generation of roughly…

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    Sime Darby Case Study

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    I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Sime Darby was founded in 1910 and grew to become the largest conglomerate in Malaysia. Sime Darby Plantation is the plantation and agri-business arm of the Sime Darby Group, representing one of the five core Divisions of the Group. The Division is involved in oil palm and rubber plantation management cultivation and downstream activities, agribusiness and food, as well as Research & Development (R&D). The company vision is to be a world class agriculture and food…

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    Iceland Case Study

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    industry was tightly regulated. Most of the regular banks were local businesses. And they were prohibited from speculating depositor’s savings. Investment banks, which handle stocks and bond trading were small private partnerships. Traditionally the partners put the money up and watched the money very carefully. They wanted to live well, but they didn’t want to bet everything on anything. In the 1980s, the financial industry exploded. The investment banks went public, which gave them large…

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    SWOT Analysis: Wells Fargo

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    Wells Fargo & Company is a nationwide, diversified, community-based financial services company with trillions in assets. Wells Fargo provides banking, insurance, investments, and mortgage. Providing consumer and commercial finance through thousands of locations and ATMs, with access through the internet and mobile banking. Wells Fargo serves one in three households in the United States, with a vision set to satisfy all of their customers’ financial needs and a tools to succeed financially.…

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