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The Impact of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
TRANS-ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE The European Role I. Introduction A. Defining the slave trade II. European Role in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade 1. The Portuguese 2. The Dutch 3. The English and the French 2. Detail of the information III. Conclusion The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade was the most abominable and cruel...
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An Overview of World Cities
World Cities are cities that act as control or command centres, transport and communication hubs, and often the headquarters of trans-national companies. (senior geography 2). They can also be defined as a very large city that has outstripped its national urban network and become part of an international global system. T...
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The Merger of Ciba and Geigy, Two Swiss Pharmaceutical Companies
Ciba Geicy --------------------------------------------- Ciba had strong Swiss/German roots and was a highly centralized company with most management functions performed either at corporate headquarters or in large country organizations. Corporate headquartersand the country organizations had large groups that prov...
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An Argument Against the Negative Impact of Companies on the Community and Region
Companies should examine the issues facing their industry in general and their company in particular, such as the trend to prevent cancer in the smoking industry. Companies should also look at the impacts they have on the community and region [the petrol case]. Doing these two things would keep the company fresh and famili...
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The Characteristics of a Public Company
PUBLIC COMPANIES Public Companies are those which are listed on the stock exchange. The public may buy and sell shares in them. A public company will have the word 'limited' after the company name (usually abbreviated to Ltd). Characteristics The characteristics of a public company are that they are limited by shares and...
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How Organized Crime Has Laid a Foundation for Our Country
Organized Crime When most people think of the Mafia they think, murderers and gamblers. But in fact the Mafia is more than just a bunch of “wise guys” sitting around gambling. For years organized crime families have provided for many and brought wealth to their communities. In the early years of America, organized crime he...
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The Battle of Soft-Drink Companies
Stephen Brennan Accounting II Tue/Thur. 3-4:30 The Wall Street Journal recently did an article on how the soft-drink battleground has now turned toward new overseas markets. While once the United States, Australia, Japan, and Western Europe were the dominant soft-drink markets, the growth has slowed down dramatically...
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Building a Diverse High Performance Team in Companies
In an economy where the only certainty is uncertainty, the one sure means of lasting competitive advantage is knowledge. Successful companies are those that consistently create new knowledge through diverse high performance teams. International and multinational perspectives depend on experience gained from direct contact w...
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An Overview of Difficulties Faces by Multinational Corporations
1.0 Introduction Multinational corporations (MNCs) are corporations that "own or control production or service facilities outside the country in which they are based."(United Nations, 1973, P. 23) The rise of Globalisation has forced and enabled more companies to venture abroad in order to thrive for more profit...
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A Discussion on Multinational Companies and Its Impact
Multinational Companies: Out for Profit Without Regard for Life What a company usually wants for its business is for it to be an successful establishment and to make an abundance of profit. Some businesses do not pose any concern on what they have to do to make this profit as long as it done. Multinational companies are...
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Ethics in the United Kingdom Companies
Ethics within companies Within this essay I will give my opinions on the statement, 'Companies do not have to be ethical, they are guided by the law; business ethics is an unnecessary consideration.' I will investigate two different organisations' responses to this statement in marketing and identify some other ethical i...
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A Description of the Companies Which are Faced With Ethical Discrimination
Companies are faced with ethical discrimation. Hiring an employee has always been a major thing for the company, givin them a choice to choose two different people with the same qualifications always makes it hard of the company to choose the person that they feel is right for them. Companies are always face with prov...
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The Five Different Categories in the Classification of Businesses
It is known that commercial life is full of risk. Co-operation of people or small businesses constitutes big companies and businesses. Owning a business has lots of advantages and disadvantages. We can classify businesses in five basic categories. First of all, the easiest way to set up a business is sole trading. Everyone...
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Cigarette Companies Should Not Be Allowed to Advertise on Television
If someone wanted to advertise and promote marijuana, would you approve of that. I doubt it. Now do you approve of cigarette companies advertise and promoting the use of cigarettes, which has nicotine an additive drug, and is known to cause more deaths in America then marijuana does. If cigarette companies are able to adver...
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A Description of the Theories and Principles Used by Companies to Continue to Grow and Become Market Leaders
INTRODUCTION: Theory and Principles In 2002 companies will continue to grow and become market leaders only if there ability to examine the companies core competencies by identifying, cultivating, and exploiting these competencies continues now and beyond into the future. Failure to do so could be catastrophic for even th...
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An Introduction to the Operational Environment of Jeans Manufacturing Companies
Contents Summary Introduction 1. The Operational Environment of Jeans Manufacturing Companies 1.1 The Structure of the Industry 1.2 Sales of Jeans Manufacturing Companies 1.3 Jeans Production in Greece 1.4 Sales of Jeans Importing Companies 2. Segmentation, Targeting and Positioning 2.1 Segmentation 2.2 Targeting...
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An Examination of the Strategic Restructuring Plans of the AT & T Company in 1995
Wednesday, September 20, 1995, AT&T Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Robert E. Allen announced plans for a strategic restructuring that would separate AT&T into three publicly traded global companies. Robert E. Allen said, "The company was taking this bold step to capitalize on the opportunities in each bus...
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A Report on Visiting Yosemite National Park
Visiting Yosemite National Park This report will include the park's history and geology, the wildlife, the trees, the valley and falls, the fees and permits for the park, and when to visit. The American Indians have lived in the Yosemite region for over 8,000 years (National Park Services, Page 1). By the mid-nineteenth ce...
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An Analysis of Issues in Banff National Park
Welcome to Banff The battle over Urban Development in Banff National Park Banff National Park is the most highly developed national park in the world. It is in complete disarray and has been overcome by development. Wildlife habitat has been destroyed by the ski hills, the Trans-Canada H...
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A Research into the Problem of Rail Infrastructure in the UK National Transport System
Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Project Background Demand for rail transport over the last decade has increased by 30% (transport studies, 2003). Over the next ten years it is expected to rise from around 39 billion passengers' km a year to 52 billion. Over the same period freight demand is forecasted to rise from 19 billio...
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The Important Role of the National Park Service
Topic: The National Park Service will continue to play an important role in twenty-first century society. Abstract: Those with a sense of destiny cried not exploitation, but preservation of Americas land. This belief created the first National Park and later the National Park Service to protect it and the lands that were t...
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An Introduction to the History and Effects of National Debt in the United States
The National Debt For the past centuries, the american people dug themselves into a big hole which is the National Debt. In this paper I will discuss the history of the national debt, effects on the debt/deficit, wais to reduce it and control the deficit. the national debt has increased every year from 1945 to 1995. The b...
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A Comparison on the Size of National Parks in the US and Great Britain
NATIONAL PARKSIn some countries and states (such as the USA), "National Parks" (like Yosemite Valley or the Grand Canyon) are huge stretches of wilderness owned and managed strictly by the state for conservation and landscape preservation purposes. Great Britain is far too small for this type of park and peopl...
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An Overview of the Front National Party and Its Significance in France
The Front National (FN), the most significant party of the extreme right in France , have enjoyed an extraordinary increase in support during the 1980's, reaching levels of electoral success not even approached by any elements of the far right since the 5th Republic's inception. From its low-point in 1981 when the FN's lead...
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An Introduction to the British Columbia's Okanagan Valley
Come with us as we explore British Columbia's Okanagan Valley, located in the province's southern interior. It is a region ripe with fruit, culture and great Canadian scenery. The name Okanagan is the English reference given to the Interior Salish First Nations tribe who first settled in the valley. Derived from a Salish te...
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