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30 Mar 2015

The Legal, Ethical, and Technological Concerns in Investments

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

The need for accountability links the accounting and financial reporting of businesses to the law. The main interest of the law in this case is to protect the interests of the public from manipulations of the statements to exploit unsuspecting citizens. In addition, the law creates a platform for...

21 Aug 2014

Success of the Yam! Brand, Inc Global Company that Feeds the World

Case study - 1 pages - Business law

In my case am going to be assessing the Yam! Brand, Inc. David Novak who was the chief executive officer developed an ambitious plan for a food company he had led eight years. This plan aimed at improving the performance of the company although it had many challenges and problems. The first...

21 Aug 2014

Book Summary-Revolutionary War of America

Case study - 1 pages - Business law

The setting of the story is the Revolutionary War of America that took place in the late1700s. The book tells about women's contribution and how the war affected them. Berkin expresses a deep admiration for women in these hard times by describing their priceless contributions. The characters...

28 Jul 2014

Application of management information systems

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

In 1995 the World Bank introduced a knowledge management (KM) programs that is a new form of management information system (MIS). This was a system that could be used to define a strategy on the business needs of the organization (Zeleny, 2005). On the other hand, American airlines developed a...

10 Jul 2014

Larry Page

Case study - 4 pages - Business law

The Business essay will be focusing on Larry Page, the CEO Google. Larry was born in March 26, 1973 in the America. Page is a computer scientist from the University of Stanford in Palo Alto and an American business magnate who together with Sergey Brin founded Google. Page became the CEO Google...

13 Jan 2014

Understanding the learning style

Case study - 6 pages - Business law

Learning is a dynamic psychological process that entails getting information into the mind of an individual. The learner concentrates on his proficiencies, memorizes, and finally articulates his thoughts and perceptions. It makes the individual make sense about his environment hence enabling him...

18 Dec 2013

Logical problem of evil and the freewill defense

Case study - 3 pages - Business law

The problem of evil according to Inwagen (188) is defined as the label for an intellectual problem that is contrary to emotional, spiritual, psychological and theological problems. The prevalence of evil in the world or the logical problem of evil can easily be used to form a basis for an...

18 Dec 2013

Link between Borrowers' Risk and Mortgage Lending

Case study - 6 pages - Business law

Borrower risk is defined as the type of risk that borrowers of any financial funds such as loans or mortgages are exposed to when they borrow either large or small amounts of money. Borrower risk mostly occurs when an individual borrows money against property or assets that have a high property...

18 Dec 2013

Supply Chain Management: Sony Corporation

Case study - 5 pages - Business law

Supply chain management is defined as the integration of a network of suppliers, manufacturers, distribution centres and retailers through which raw materials are acquired, transformed and delivered to their intended customers. Sony has been able to develop its own supply chain management...

10 Dec 2013

Trade Theories

Case study - 2 pages - Business law

manufactures to customer, is important because it provide end users with their basic needs. For the process of trading to be effective, various factors such as environment factors that affect the process need to be considered. Some of these effects have great negative impacts to businesses and...

24 Sep 2012

Employment at will doctrine: Law, Ethics & Corp. Governance

Case study - 4 pages - Business law

When thinking about privacy laws and the collecting of citizens' private information, there are certainly a few things that come to mind. First and foremost is the technology that helps us in so many facets of life and has brought us closer together, has also began to bring into focus the...

29 Sep 2010

The Salomon case

Case study - 3 pages - Business law

Since the Salomon case, the doctrine of separate corporate personalities constitutes the corner stone of British company law. Thus, a properly incorporated company is considered as having a legal personality of its own and ought to be treated as a legal entity distinct from its shareholders even...

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