America Online and Time Warner
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...America Online and Time Warner Introduction America Online or AOL purchased TimeWarner in 2000 and embarked on a new era of Internet synchronized content delivery. Being a powerful Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the US, the company thought that they could buy and then handle a huge media corporation like Time Warner because the AOL management was optimist about the future of the Internet technologies. However, the merger turned out to be a blunder by the year 2003, when the new company (that came into being after the merger) AOL Time Warner declared that they had incurred huge losses amounting to 99 billion US dollars (Gershon, 262). Since then, this merger has been regarded as one... Assignment...
BANK OF AMERICA TECHNOLOGY (ATM, ONLINE BANKING, ALL TECHNOLOGY ASPECTS)
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...online customers is endless. Bank of America Corporation as a financial services company is the largest bank holding company in USA by assets and second largest by market capitalization. (Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council, 2009).It was founded in 1874 and was initially known as Nations bank .Its current name was assumed after the acquisition of a San-Francisco bank named as Bank of America. The need of information technology in Bank of America was felt due to another revolution that it has pioneered. It was one of the first banks to deploy branch offices of the parent bank in many locations all across the nation. But cashing a cheuque in a different... Table of Contents Table of Contents ...
The Christian Coalition of America
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...online article retrieved March 21, 2007, from http://www.answers.com/topic/christian-coalition Chaitkin, Anton (2005). 'The Christian Coalition', Executive Intelligence Review. Church & State (2002). Christian Coalition: Undermining America, online article retrieved March 21, 2007, from http... The Christian Coalition of America: A Critical Review The Christian Coalition of America is "a US Christian political advocacy group, which includesChristian fundamentalists, Evangelicals, Pentecostals, Roman Catholics and members of mainline Protestant churches. It claims to have 1,200,000 members, but the organization People For the American Way says other data suggests it is 300,000 - 400,000" (Wikipedia,...
Online dating
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...Online Information Review. 29.1 (2005): 18-33. Print. Farrer, J, and J Gavin. "Online Dating in Japan: a Test of Social Information Processing Theory." Cyber psychology & Behavior : the Impact of the Internet, Multimedia and Virtual Reality on Behavior and Society. 12.4 (2009): 407-12. Print. Houran, James, Rentfrow, Jason and Bruckner, Karin. Do Online Matchmaking Tests Work? An Assessment of Preliminary Evidence for a Publicized 'Predictive Model of Marital Success'. North America Journal of Psychology. 6.3 (2004): 507-526. Print. Houran, James. Expectations of findings a “soul mate” with online dating. North America Journal of Psychology. 6.2 (2004): 297... Lecturer: Online Dating INTRODUCTION...
Online shopping
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...America. Retailers only need to study and look at recent strategies employed by the nation’s biggest brick-and-mortar retailer. The brick-and-mortar retailer is also the largest online retailer. The retailer can give guidance and information on the secret to satisfying online shoppers and consumers (Thau). Most of the big shopping stores are making changes in their infrastructure. Wal-Mart... Online Shopping Introduction Online shopping has developed over the years to become a multi-billion dollar industry. Online shopping gained popularity during the Internet boom period between 1999 and2000. Amazon.com, an online bookstore which was founded by Jeff Bezos, created history for being the first and only...
Micro and macro economics
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...America Online had been planned to formally take effect on January 2000. The public’s demand for the two company’s products and services generated projected gains. Before the merger, several financial analysts opined that the proposed merger would be very successful (Baumol, 2011). Many quarters predicted the business after the merger will be rosy. A rosy business environment means that merger forecasts indicated that the combined company will be able to create a profitable synergy. The synergy... ? Micro and Macro Economics April 4, Question When the two leaders of the combining companies met in China, the two leaders excitedly decided to pursue the merger. The proposed merger between Time Warner and...
Online Privacy
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...online privacy. This is because he worked for the United States of America government in the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA) but he leaked surveillance intelligence data and information of the United States (Los Angeles Times Articles, 2014). These US surveillance were phone and internet communication. Snowden’s case is the worst US leak in its political history. This case led to the united nations member states to declare... Online Privacy and Online Privacy Privacy is asserted as a fundamental human need. It is defined as the condition of being secluded, concealed and secretive from the presence or view of others, meaning being free from intrusion by other...
Online Learning
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...America), 50% of higher education institutions currently provide online learning courses for their students and quantity of online students is approximately two times higher to traditional students. (http://resources.blackboard.com/scholar/general/pages/ictraining/Online_Learning.pdf) It is sure that no further progress can be achieved at individual, national and global level without using of technology, and this is especially important within education process, as it provides provisions for further development. The possibility of online learning connects this world. Little research has been done on possibilities to increase overall effectiveness of education... Few would argue that one of...
Online Privacy
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...Online, Rew Research Centre’s internet and America life projects, Washington, D.C. 2013. Price Catherine. "The Anonymity Experiment." Writing In The Diciplines: A Reader and Rhetoric For Academic Writers. 7th Ed. ed. Mary Lynch, Kennedy and William J Kennedy. Upper Saddle River: Pearson, 2012. 387-395. Print.... CAVERIVIERE Leslie Composition & Rhetoric I Peter Heslin Topic: Online Privacy Thesis: Assignment 5 “The United s Constitution should be amended to include a provision that guarantees the privacy of all online users” Introduction Surfing on the Internet could be seen as a basic activity. It is something that we automatically do at home or at the office, in order to look for some information or...
Online Television
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...online television on the TV broadcasters' websites. (Brennan, 2009)'1 'According to Loechner (2010), it was found in a survey in America that 47% of people were watching the current season of programming on the internet while 33% were catching up on a past service.'2 The main reason why the IPTV 24/7 availability is different from the normal television viewing is the fact that users can choose what they want to see, no matter how old or new is the media. 'The internet enable the user the facility to view the content on his/her specific choice, that is being totally independent... Literature Review Introduction Gone are the good olden days when the life was much simpler and so were our modes of...
Online Travel
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...online travel companies. Comfortable and cost-effective, online travel companies have risen with the dawn of the internet in the early 1990's. An internet research done by the firm Jupiter Research shows that online travel sales accounted for 25% of all bookings in 1996 and will increase to a higher mark of 33% in year 2009 (Tracy). The market for online travel goes as far as Europe, Asia and the entire America. The possibility of spreading the reach of the business overseas is made possible... Last minute dot com Industry Analysis The internet has given way to efficiency and ease in many different aspects of work and lifestyle. Travel and leisure are not exempt to this as we notice the rise of much...
Performance of the Self in Online Environments
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...America Online, or hobbyist systems such as FidoNet. However, within each of these systems, there are also class distinctions, again often based on the concept of cultural capital within that system; this supports the idea that the field in CMC can be conceptualized as either the individual system or the interrelated systems as a whole; in each case, class and capital are conceptualized differently, but share similar characteristics. While CMC was a relatively unusual mode of communication, frequented... Performance of Self in Online Environment Self is a very intricate collective impression which nurtures the psyche and has been impacted by impressions, experiences and interaction. The evolution of the ...
Online Shopping in Thailand
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...Online-Shopping, Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 39, No. 1/2, Four Teenth Annual Conference of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN) Springer pp. 43-50 12. Thanasankit, Theerasak (2003) E- Commerce and Cultural Values, Idea Group Inc (IGI) United States of America, p. 23 13. Windham, L and Orton, K (2000) The soul of the new consumer: the attitudes, behaviors, and preferences of E-customers, Allworth Communications, Inc New York.pp 281... Conceptualizing Online Shopping in Thailand - Facilitating Easy Online Shopping The rapid growth of internet has converted the thinking animal to lazy lass as most of the works are performed online minimizing the physical activity. Online shopping is boosting...
Corporate America: Are Consumers Really Fooled by "Family, Friendly" Rebranding
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...America online to increase their margins, secure higher prices for remnant ads, and augment the reach available to agencies and advertisers” (Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL Confirm Display Ad Deal). Many other huge corporate companies are doing similar things at present to put dust in the eyes of the consumers and to cheat them. In a heavily globalized market environment, competition is getting stiffer and stiffer every day. Many of the huge American corporate... Corporate America -Are consumers really fooled by "family friendly" rebranding? Rebranding is one of the major business strategies adopted by many of the big American corporate companies to survive the competition and to stay in the market. Americans...
Bank of America
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...America caters to their business relationships through 5,900 banking branches, countrywide call centers, 18,000 ATMs, and their primary online as well as mobile banking platforms. They possess bank branches in almost all the 15 fastest developing states of the US and hold leading positions in terms of market share for deposits in seven of those states. The bank managed to grow its deposit balance to around $1 trillion at the end of the year 2010, by bringing new clients and attracting additional business from the existing ones. Bank Of America Corp offers a varied collection... Bank of America Table of Contents Introduction 3 SWOT Analysis 5 Strengths of Bank of America 5 Weaknesses of Bank of America 7...
Virtual World: Friendship Online
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...online community service may also fall under the aforementioned banner, as they tend to be group-centered. Social networking sites may give birth to new innovations and ideas amongst people. There are numerous types of social networking sites or services; however the most common types are those which allow the users to connect with friends maintain categories and introduce recommendations. Most of the social networking sites are based in America and include the likes of Second Life, Facebook, Google Plus etc. There are other sources through which online friends are made... Virtual World: Friendship Online Social Networks or Social Networking services have eventually become a part of everyone’s daily...
Bank of America
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...America caters to their business relationships through 5,900 banking branches, countrywide call centers, 18,000 ATMs, and their primary online as well as mobile banking platforms. They possess bank branches in almost all the 15 fastest developing states of the US and hold leading positions in terms of market share for deposits in seven of those states. The bank managed to grow its deposit balance to around $1 trillion at the end of the year 2010, by bringing new clients and attracting additional business from the existing ones. Bank Of America Corp offers a varied collection of products... ?Bank of America Table of Contents Introduction 3 SWOT Analysis 5 Strengths of Bank of America 5 Weaknesses of Bank...
Choose a country fromLatin America and explain how globalisation has affected it in the last 10years.
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...Online] Available at http://www.dw.de/brazils-poor-earning-more-but-still-ignored/a-16368524 [accessed: 31 March 2013]. eTurboNews 2012, Brazil continues to be the least globalized economy in Latin America, [Online] Available at http://www.eturbonews.com/32364/brazil-continues-be-least-globalized-economy-latin-america [accessed: 31 March 2013]. Globalization101 2011, What Brazil Thinks About Globalization, [Online] Available at http://www.globalization101.org/what-brazil-thinks-about-globalization-2/ [accessed: 31 March 2013]. Jaguaribe... Effects of globalization on Brazil over the last decade Historic connection between globalization and Brazil Brazil is one of the populous countries of Latin...
Womens Attitudes towards Online Shopping
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...America, Western Europe, and North America demonstrated that favourable emotions had positive effect on consumers’ online purposes in South America and Western Europe. North American consumers may be less vulnerable to feelings in buying electronic devices due to their previous online experiences. In relation to product category, common, uncomplicated products could be less... ? Women’s Attitudes towards Online Shopping A Dissertation Consumer research literature is replete with empirical findings about consumer behaviour in traditional shopping contexts, but lacks systematic information about consumer behaviour in the online shopping environment, particularly, with regard to females’ attitudes toward...
Taking Sides Issue 11: Is employer monitoring of employee social media justified? NO: Eric Krell, from Privacy Matters: Safeguarding Employees Privacy Reuires an Effectibe Policy, Sound Practices and Ongoing Communication.Why you side with thi
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...America Online, Inc., 2003, p. 1). There is always a time for everything. Employees are expected to abide by company rules, policies and regulations when they are within the premises of the organization which they serve; at the stipulated time frame they are expected to undertake... Taking Sides Issue 11 al Affiliation Taking Sides Issue 11: Is employer monitoring of employee social media justified? One shares thesame contention as that which was promoted by Eric Krell, from “Privacy Matters: Safeguarding Employees’ Privacy Requires an Effective Policy, Sound Practices and Ongoing Communication” that employer monitoring of employee social media is not justified. As disclosed, human resources...
Online Radio & Globalization
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...America or Europe. However, leading networks such as Citadel Broadcasting and CBS Radio restrict their services to in-country listeners because of advertisements concerns and music licensing. Among listeners with interest and expatriates, online radio remains hugely popular. These listeners mostly do not like local radio services, therefore, opting for online radio. Internet radio just like terrestrial radio offers sports, news, music and talk shows... Online Radio and Globalization Introduction Arbitron & Edison latest annual report on the impact of online radio platformshows that though radio still has high social regard, it currently faces the challenges of being eclipsed by online radio. Most people ...
Latin America
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...America: Regions and People. New York: Guilford Publications, Inc. 2006. Print. 7. Middle America: Mainland/ Rimland. 14 April 2012 . 8. Augelli, J. Wiley Online Library. “The Rimland- Mainland Concept of Culture Areas in Middle America.” 2005. .... This report highlights the material on Geography including answers of some informative questions on the The diagnostic characteristics of Mainland and Rimland culture areas of Middle America are briefly described. Some important facts and figures regarding United States’ geography are also discussed. Moreover, pros and cons of tourism in Caribbean Islands are briefly enclosed as well. In the last part of the report, the...
Online Shopping Behavior
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...America have at least one major credit card in their own names, which they use for both online transactions and real-world shopping. Teenagers under age 18 around the world, on the other hand, would greatly enjoy spending more money online except that they, too, have... Is the Online Shopping Behavior of Women Different Than That of Men Due to Gender Socialization There is not much argument about how much women like to shop. In fact, scientists have confirmed what many of us already know: that is, most men buy, but most women shop. Recent surveys and statistical analysis show that women are outdoing men in the amount of money they spend online, and the amount of time they spend online to do it. Whil...
ONLINE BUSINESS IN BRAZIL
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...Online Booking Business in Brazil Overview This paper considers setting up an online business for linking visitors to providers in Brazil. This online platform would provide its customers with the abilities to book hotel rooms, transport services and tourism services at a fee. It would also provide a map that would guide the customers during their stay in the country. Referred to as the Federal Republic of Brazil, the country has been cited as the largest economy in Latin America and seventh in the world and is the fifth largest country globally by mass and population (Engel, 2011). This online business proposal has been guided by the fact that the South American country has been ranked... ? School:...
Online Education Market Research
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...online course become the new trend in the university education industry and how to provide better online courses to university students along with finding ways to manage and meeting the expectations of students in a desired manner. Organization Background The organization chosen for the research purpose if DeVry University that is the parent organization for Keller Graduate School of Management and many other colleges. The school was founded in early 30s and has more than 90 campuses across North America and offers degrees in technology, management, science, business and arts. The University also offers online courses to students finding... ?Running Head: online education market reserach Online Education ...
Growing trend in online education
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...Online Education Introduction Information Communication Technology (ICT) has transformed the online nursing education. In this type of technology, various technological devices and means are used for sending and receiving information. Previously, computers were primarily seen as a way to receive and send information from a distant location. In this type of communication exchange, the Internet was the main medium working between computers besides facilitating the process of communication between the users. However, with the multiple innovations and changes in the field of ICT, the role and usage of computers started to decline and more focus was given to those devices which were more... Growing Trend in...
Colonial america
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...America and were a sort of intrusion to the already highly developed and sophisticated societies there. This mixing of people had a direct impact on the Europeans because of the cultures and the societies that were so different. Both complimented each other by imbibing bits of culture, religion, language and other important traits from each other. Though the Indians lost in the long run, yet they gained a lot from the Europeans which they used for their own development. References: Center for History Education Online Lessons www.asp1.umbc.edu/newmedia/sites/chetah/lessondisplay.cfm?lesson=51&heading=3... Colonial America Order No: 200113 No: of pages: 2 Premium – 6530 “To...
Online Alternative Dispute Resolution
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...online, and almost one half (147 million) are from North America and just over a quarter (92 million) are from Europe, and roughly 6 per cent (19 million) are from Britain. And as well, in addition to equipment, people need to have special technological skills, mostly related to that of navigating on the web, to participate in an online negotiation (particularly blind bidding) or mediation. Therefore, sites must be designed so that parties have a clear understanding of the process, especially if they are paying to participate. From this review we can see that ODR is a new and powerful way to resolve business disputes, this of which has...
America Shopping Cart
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...America Shopping Cart Shopping is the process in which a has the chance to choose hisown desired product or service from a wide market in order to buy the best preferred one (Arnold et al. 1134). In America, shoppers use both traditional and online shopping techniques. Online shopping has become the most popular mode of shopping in America in the recent past due to advantages associated with this method of shopping. First, it is a convenient mode of shopping since it is just a matter of checking what is on market from the comfort of the shopper’s home. Secondly, it provides a better platform of comparing...
South america
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...Online. (19 May, 2007). 24 April, 2009. . [2] Romero, Simon. "Files Suggest Venezuela Bid to Aid Colombia Rebels." The New York Times. (30 March, 2008). 24 April, 2009. [3] "Indigenous Peoples in the Colombian Amazon." World Wildlife Fund. (December, 2008). 24 April, 2009. ... e _ 24 April 2009 Tribalism and land rights in northern South America History of our area of interest, like that of the American continents in general, has been a history of land dispute and genocide ever since the European kingdoms first came to establish contacts with the region. What is specific about Latin America and its northern part in particular is that the political struggles for land and for power between various...
Online business opportunity
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...Online Business Opportunity Introduction The internet has its usefulness in almost every sphere of life. It facilitates easy access to information relating to education, business, market, industries and all other sorts of things that one can think of. It is an important marketing tool and with the new facilities of internet shopping and payments the business opportunities of companies have increased manifold than what was before with the conventional systems. An online manifestation for business provides for a strong marketing and communication tool for the companies. It reduces the cost enormously and increases the cost-efficiency as well as offer an environment-friendly approach to work... ...
Discuss how structural and institutional factors in Britain and America may have limited the scope for improving corporate perfo
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...America? [Online] Available at [Accessed 7 January 2013]. The Times 100 Business Case Studies, 2013. External Environment Theory. [Online] Available at [Accessed 6 January 2013]. .... ? HOW STRUCTURAL AND AL FACTORS IN BRITAIN AND AMERICA MAY HAVE LIMITED THE SCOPE FOR IMPROVING CORPORATE PERFORMANCE. By Name of the Class Name of the Professor Name of the School City, State January 7, 2013 Introduction The general performance of corporate is influenced by corporate strategy, corporate operating performance, and corporate organization (Capon, Farley, and Hoenig, 1996). Institutional factors are focused on factors that affect policy outcome rather than economic performance....
Growing into an online business: shoes online shop
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...online clothing or apparel is at 67%. This compares to Europe and North America, both which are at an average of 92%. The global average for shopping online is continuing with books and clothing being the two top purchases online with books averaging at 41% and clothing and shoes having purchases of 35% globally. For clothing and shoes, the Middle East and UAE has 16% of purchases over the Internet. This is compared to North America at 39%. An average of 43% of individuals buy from the same place continuously while 37% find information from a search engine for purchases. It is expected that this will continue to grow in the next five years, specifically with more popularity... ?Introduction Growing into...
Online v/s Traditional Education
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...America “visiting” a Chinese elementary school classroom using high-speed broadband communication. These enhancements to education are clear benefits to their recipients, and the adoption of technology in the classroom (or even... Developments in high-speed internet and computer technology contain boundless promise for changing human life. This promise includes fundamental changes to the way we educate our children, our young adults, and even working people looking to gain new skills. Advertisements for the Apple iPad show individuals tracing star constellations on their touch screen, learning about the cosmos, while advertisements for Cisco technologies depict an elementary school classroom in America...
Is online education proving to be successful
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...online education in United State of America. Table 1 Total Student Headcount in All Distance Education and Traditional Education Course Sessions Fiscal year Distant Education Tradition Education Total % of Total headcount 2005-06 328,372 2,630,207 2,958,579 12.48% 2006-07 392,355 2,694,149 3,086,504 14.56% 2007-08 483,884 2,810,572 3,294,456 17.22% 2008-09 611,689 2,923,137 3,534,826 20.93% 2009-10 649,518 2,758,831 3,408,349 23.54% 2010-11 675,760 2,570,688 3,246,448 26.29% 2011-12 643,255 2,388,913 3,032,168 26.93% At the same time, long distance is accelerated by the system that saves... Is online education proving to be successful? Module Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Success of online...
Mall of America
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...America (a) 2011). Macdonald and Kevin Nealon are the big names of comic acting. They are frequently seen entertaining people at the Mall. Comedians act so professionally that they can spread laughter even on the face of a very serious person (Mall of America (a) 2011). Online ticketing can be used for advance booking of favorite shows. Online ticketing of shows also offers big discounts on various timings. There are numerous options available to the comedy lovers for selection of theatre... ? Mall of America Teacher: Mall of America Retrieved from http www.Mallofamerica.com/about/moa Great nationsof the world always cherish the historical achievements of their ancestors or the nations themselves create...
Wasteful America/ food waste
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...America today and is mainly due to overproduction of food. While efforts have been made to curb this wastage, it appears that a there needs to be a concentrated effort at a national level. Works Cited Dyson. T. World food trends and prospects to 2025. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 96,(1999): 5929–5936. Print. Hall, K.D.; Guo J.; Dore M. and Chow C.C. The Progressive Increase of Food Waste in America and its Environmental Impact. PLoS ONE 4.11 (2009). Online. Kantor, L.S.; Lipton,K.; Manchester,A. and Oliveira,V. Estimating and Addressing America’s Food Losses. Food Review 20. 1 (1997): 2-12....
Research-persuasive essay on online dating
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...America are of the opinion that they know someone who has used an online dating service. It was estimated in the year 2003 that 3 million people had paid for an online dating service listing (Newsweek, 2004). Repurcussions The concept of online dating has many positive sides. It is a nice idea that the people living anywhere in the Globe come in front of you in the virtual space. It is natural among human beings to be in love. This basic instinct works out in everyone and they long to log in. it happens that many online dating sites are bogus. Latest researches put forward the fact that only about 5% of people who use Online Dating services in fact set up a relationship... Online Dating...
Online social enterprise
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...Online Social Enterprise Contents Contents 2 3 Introduction 3 Discussion 4 Theoretical Model 4 Research Methodology 6 Case Study Analysis 7 Conclusion 12 References 13 Abstract The entire study encompasses different dimensions of social media. In current scenario social media is considered to be cost-effective marketing tool. There are various techniques adopted by firms in context of social media. Commercial firms implement social media marketing campaign with profit motives. On the contrary, social enterprises mainly focus on building network to collect funds for societal well-being while selecting social media as a marketing approach. There have been two case studies...
Latin America Essay
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...America. London: Cambridge University Press, 1995. Print. Camila. Dir. Maria Luisa Bemberg. Perf. O'GormanSusu Pecoraro. 1984. Film Chasteen, John Charles. Born in Blood and Fire: A Concise History of Latin America. New York: W. W. Norton & Company Limited, 2011. Print. Ferranti, David M. De. Inequality in Latin America: breaking with history? New York: World Bank Publications, 2004. Print. Holloway, Thomas H. A Companion to Latin American History. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 2010. Print. Rosenthal, David H. The Slum. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. Print. Sabato, Hilda. "On Political Citizenship in Nineteenth-Century." The...
The future of online television
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...online television on the TV broadcasters’ websites. (Brennan, 2009)’1 ‘According to Loechner (2010), it was found in a survey in America that 47% of people were watching the current season of programming on the internet while 33% were catching up on a past service.’2 The main reason why the IPTV 24/7 availability is different from the normal television viewing is the fact that users can choose what they want to see, no matter how old or new is the media. ‘The internet enable the user the facility to view the content on his/her specific choice, that is being totally independent... Literature Review Introduction Gone are the good olden days when the life was much simpler and so were our modes of...
North America Geography
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...America’s economic, physical, and cultural environments have been undergoing rapid changes right from climate change, global economic turmoil, environmental hazards, cultural phenomenon of online social networks, and growing population. North America can be regarded as a multifaceted economy in which the service industry avails the bulk of job opportunities within countries in the Caribbean, Canada, and the United States. References Bagchi-Sen, S. & Lawton-Smith, H. (2006). Economic geography: Past, present, and future. New York, NY: Routeldge. Blij, H. J., Muller, P. O... ? North America Introduction North America stands as the third biggest continent and forms the northern subcontinent of the Americas...
Economic Impact of Legalizing Online Poker
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...America (Rand & Light, 2011). 2. Legalizing Online Poker and its Economic Impact Legalized online poker would increase the previously huge actual gaming business in US. It is estimated that the amount of income that would be produced from a payment charged to online poker website operators in accordance with the profits they gather from players, in addition to the profits from the excise on operator earnings, player prize money, and indirect financial doings from poker sites’ acquires from United States suppliers (Bass et al, 2012). The specific provisions... ?Running Head: Economic Impact of Legalizing Online Poker Economic Impact of Legalizing Online Poker [Institute’s Table of Contents 1. Introduction ...
Making it in America
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...Online: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703398504576100301867568600.html. Viewed on 14th, October, 2011. Liveris, A. (2011). Make It In America: The Case for Re-Inventing the Economy. New York. Wiley publishing house. Mich, M. (2011). “Dow Presents Solutions for Reviving the U.S. Manufacturing Sector in ‘Make It in America: The Case for Re-Inventing the Economy.” Online: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110110006063/en/Dow-Presents-Solutions-Reviving-U.S.-Manufacturing-Sector. Viewed on 14th, October, 2011.... ?Making it in America: A Book Review. Making it in America is a book a written by Andrew Liverirs, the chairman and chief executive...
America
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...America and this implies if the power America possesses declines, the world order would be disturbed. Eric Rauchway on the other hand in the book Blessed among Nations: How the World Made America gives a chronological report of how the world at large has contributed to what America is today. This paper compares the arguments presented in these two publications. Rauchway makes a convincing argument in his book compared... Literature Review The article The World American Made by Robert Kagan is an assertion of how the prosperity of the world, the spread of democracy and continued practice of peace in the world has been influenced by the United States. According to him, the world is held together by...
America
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...AMERICA It was the words of Lyndon B. Johnson that America is not merely a nation, but a nation of nations. The fact that the United s of America accepts more legal immigrants as permanent residents than any other country in the world quiet proves his point. People from all over the world, may it be from Europe, Asia, Middle East, Australia, Africa or South America, are drawn towards the United States or what it has to offer and make their mark while they are here. It is not at all a wonder that the immigration count in United States has been rising every year. The idea of America brings to ones mind the picture of a land that promises liberty, equality and fairness, economic well being... ...
Supply and Demand of Online Music Streaming
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...Online Music Streaming Contents Contents 2 Answer Increase or decrease in demand 3 Answer 2: Increase or decrease in supply 4 Answer 3: Demand and supply equilibrium 6 References 8 Answer 1: Increase or decrease in demand Online music streaming is the enabling of online access to audio contents without the user being able to store the contents permanently on a computing device. This enables the users to gain access to the vast audio collections in different databases without having the need of any permanent transfer of data from and to a computing device. This process alleviates the needs for appropriation of content. The demand for online streaming has seen a multi fold... Supply and Demand of...
The Latinization of America
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...America to adopt online forums and blogs during their day to day activities (Santiago B20-B23). Today, the general American society is largely turning to Facebook and Twitter for virtually all aspects of their activities, which range from marketing initiatives to entertainment and sharing of news. The American tech-savvy nature is believed to have been impacted by the Latin population, composed of young influential individuals with incredible purchasing power. The high rate of population growth of Latinos in the United States is expected to impact the American cuisine, fashion... ?Insert The Latinization of America The contemporary society of the United s is undergoing transformation led by the Latino...
Three large mergers / acquisitions in the news for the past few years
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...Online merger, the KIA - Hyundai merger, and the US Airways - America West Airlines merger. The mergers were completed for financial reasons yet there were different strategies as well as financial outcomes for each merger. This paper will show the facts of the merger and the particulars in why they occurred also showing the strategies and financial outcomes for each of the corporations involved. Mergers and Acquisitions Recently there have been three mergers or acquisitions which are the Time Warner - America Online merger, the KIA - Hyundai... Mergers and Acquisitions Three large mergers acquisitions have been in the news the past few years which are the Time Warner - American...
Mall of America
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...America will be extensive and sound advertisement globally via online services. This will augment its popularity, thus attracting large clientele and visitors as tourists from other states. References Kerin, R., Hartley, S. & Rudelius, W. (2011). Marketing: The Core. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.... Mall of America Mall of America is the largest family interactive commercial retail that incorporates entertainment contrary to other numerous shopping destinations (Kerin, Hartley & Rudelius, 2011). Since, it offers varied services in an entertaining manner that makes shopping in the mall more entertaining and refreshing than one could find in any other place, in United States. According to the...
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