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...Atlantic VIRGIN ATLANTIC Assess the major macro-environmental trends facing Virgin Atlantic as they operate in the airline sector and highlight the implications on the organizations strategic decisions of the trends identified. Virgin Atlantic is a UK airline, which forms part of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group. In December 2012, Delta Airlines agreed to buy Singapore Airline’s stake that will need completion of approval by regulatory authorities. The airline’s headquarters are near Gatwick Airport in Crawley, West Sussex. They use a mixed Boeing and Airbus fleet, operating between Australia, Asia, the Caribbean, Middle East, Africa, North America, and the UK from bases at Heathrow... ? Virgin...
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Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic spun off Virgin America. Another major philosophy is that the airline must deliver outstanding customer service. Branson also looks at his airline through the eyes of the customer. Moreover, Branson indicates that Virgin never wanted to compete on price, but, rather, on service, and that the backbone of the service end of the brand is the entertainment options, because that is what Virgin knows and does best. As for management style... ?Introduction Virgin Airlines is a small, niche airline which was founded by Richard Branson, who also founded Virgin Records. This airline has succeeded in a tough economy by providing outstanding service, while keeping the fleet relatively small, so it can focus ...
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Atlantic Creoles
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...Atlantic Creoles Slavery in America was a controversial phenomenon, and its consequences live up to the present. Most of the people subjected to slavery were mainly Africans who worked on the European plantations. The Atlantic Creoles traced their origin in the 15th century when Africans and European met around the trading factories along the African coast. Many acted as intermediaries to necessitate negotiations between the Africa merchants and European sea captains. The group had a culture advantage in that it would blend well with both the African and European culture. The mixed heritage enables them to be integrated into the European...  ...
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Atlantic Conveyor Belt System
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...Atlantic Conveyor Belt System The Atlantic conveyor belt system was observed by scientists to have sped up the water circulation in the past years (NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory 2010). The Atlantic conveyor belt, which is also termed Thermohaline circulation, is one of the major ocean currents driven by fluxes of heat and freshwater across the sea surface and the subsequent mixing of heat and salt (Rahmstorf 2006). The ocean water circulation occurs globally due to the influence of established geophysical factors. The Atlantic conveyor belt system influences the global climate and probable changes in the speed of...
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Atlantic Stingray (Dasyatis Sabina)
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...Atlantic Stingray (Dasyatis sabina) STATUS: The Atlantic stingray is currently designated as a species with least concern (LC) due to a lack of significant decline in wild populations (Piercy). Localized freshwater populations however are threatened by water quality issues such as algal blooms, stormwater runoff, and waste water discharge (Passareli). DISTRIBUTION: The species can be found throughout the Atlantic northwest and central, ranging from Chesapeake Bay south towards Florida, to Campeche within the Gulf of Mexico area (Snelson 729). Populations of Atlantic stingrays are found in the St. Johns River system in Florida, where they are extensively studied since the 1980’s. DESCRIPTION... ...
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HBC Atlantic Computer
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...Atlantic Bundle. It would mainly comprise of basic price of Tron $2000 + Cost of PESA $2000 + $1538 cost per server. Answer 2 Matzer would appreciate the price structure as it would not only deliver revenue for the company but also gives value to the customers by saving huge recurring cost on extra servers as required by the customers. Indeed, customers like DayTraderJournal.com as their complex net based applications would require more than 2 Ontario servers which a single Atlantic bundle is able to serve. Answer 3 Cadena’s sales force may not initially react favorably to Jowers’ price structure as the bundle cost cost also includes the cost of software... Answer Jowers should charge $6538 for...
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The Atlantic Slave Trade
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...Atlantic Slave Trade INTRODUCTION The introduction aims to offer an overview of Atlantic slave trade and present different schools of thought forit; and support one particular view given by an expert on the subject. Common points between the three staple crops and their role in stimulating the need for labor The three great staple crops that slaves produced in the New World were tobacco, coffee, and sugar. The rise in the plantation of these crops induced the need to import labor from Africa. These crops determine the trends of the slave and the master economy. In economy, the slaves achieved success at those places where their masters were most...
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The Atlantic Slave Trade
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...Atlantic Trade Atlantic slave trade refers to the trade which took place between 16th and 19th centuries across the Atlantic Ocean. The trade originated after the establishment of trade contracts between old world and new world continents. Tidal currents have been for centuries limited the trade, but the emergence of new seafaring technologies enhanced traversing of the Atlantic Ocean. According to historian John Thornton, various geographical and technical factors necessitated exploitation of Africans for slaves by Europeans. Such factors acted as drive towards exploitation of profitable commercial opportunities outside Europe and the desire of creating alternative trade... Origin and Development of...
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Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
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...Atlantic Slave Trade The Trans-Atlantic slave trade is probably one of the most popular examples of human trafficking. It involves the trade ofAfrican people to the colonies of the New World that happened around the Atlantic Ocean wherein the slaves were obtained from coastal trading and some were captured through kidnapping and raids (Wikimedia Foundations Inc.). In 1783, vigorous campaigns were launched to pursue abolition of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and in Britain two famous people who led the campaign were Thomas Clarkson and William Wilberforce (National Museums Liverpool). The event was supported by the change in moral, religious and humanitarian reasons observed among... to...
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Business-Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic Virgin Atlantic is an airline business whose base is in Crawley, West Sussex, England. The airline is part of the wider Virgin Group owned by Richard Branson. Branson had fully owned the airline business until 2000 when he agreed to sell 49% of the business to Singapore Airlines who were to pump additional capital to ensure Virgin Atlantic’s competiveness. Currently, Virgin Atlantic is the second largest long haul airline in the UK. However, things have not always been rosy for the business which was started on 1984; they were faced with absolute competition by British Airways. At the time of Virgin’s Atlantic inception, British Airways was looked upon... ? Business Strategy Business-Virgin...
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The Atlantic Trade System
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...Atlantic Ocean During Colonial Times "The stench of the hold…was so intolerably loathsome that it was dangerous to remain there for any time…but now that the whole ship’s cargoes were confined together, it became absolutely pestilential. The closeness of the place and the heat of the climate, added to the number in the ship which was so crowded that each had scarcely room to turn himself, almost suffocated us…" (Equiano 1837, 47-48) The above passage was written by Olaudah Equiano, who as a youth was captured in West Africa and sold into slavery. Also known by the name Gustavus Vassa, his written account of his journey across the Atlantic Ocean has survived both himself... The Triangle of Trade in the...
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Issue for Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic In 2009, Virgin Atlantic Airways (VAA) faced a significant information and technology problem that reduced customer satisfaction and operations among employees. According to Mark Cameron, the head of IT infrastructure in VAA, the airline lacked an updated and proactive IT system that monitored clients on the plane and employees in their various departments (par 2). The air travel market was very competitive, and VAA desperately needed efficient and effective IT systems that link airport operations, data centers and other contact centers across the world. The system would solve problems relating to business applications thus facilitating quick and effective service... IT Issue on Virgin Atlantic ...
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Virgin Atlantic A Premium Brand
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...Atlantic – A Premium Brand January 11, Strategic marketing plans increase the demand for Virgin Atlantic Airlines’ services. The research delves on the implementation of Virgin Atlantic Airlines core value strategies. The research delves on critical evaluation of the competitive strategy of Virgin Atlantic Airlines. Implementation of strategic marketing plans successfully increased Virgin Atlantic Airlines passenger ticket sales. 1. Competitive strategy of Virgin Atlantic Airlines. The company, Virgin Atlantic, implemented the core value marketing strategies (Czinkota, 2007). The company’s Steve Ridgeway, VirginAtlantic’s Marketing Director, focused on advertising the many benefits of flying...
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Virgin Atlantic A Premium Brand
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...Atlantic – A Premium Brand Virgin Atlantic, based at the UK, operates in the airline business creating a unique brand in the air travel industry for last over two decades. It is indeed not a mean achievement that from a single route in 1984, it has expanded its operations to over 38 routes across North Atlantic, Asia, Africa, and Caribbean with 38 aircrafts at its disposal. Richard Branson, the owner of Virgin Atlantic, formed a strategic alliance with Singapore Airlines in 1999 by selling 49% shareholding to the latter. Since then Virgin has successfully competed with British Airlines and other large carriers...
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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
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...Atlantic Slave Trade The Muslim in North Africa dominated the sub-Saharan trade well into the first half of the 15th Century. The Portuguese did not want to clash with these North African Muslim Arabs, and when they wanted to trade with Africa, they travelled through to the west coast of Africa. As they travelled, they discovered several technologies that enhanced European navigation through Atlantic Ocean. The Portuguese and other groups that came to Africa had the initial intention of trading in commodities such as gold, and other items that were available in the continent. With time though, slaves became part of the merchandise that these traders needed. The Portuguese started farming... The...
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Marketing Principles of Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic Introduction Virgin Atlantic, one of UK’s most popular airlines, partially owned by Richard Branson (51%) and Singapore Airlines (49%) is a classic example of exemplary marketing strategies. The primary goal of the airline was to provide travelers with low cost travel opportunities with the highest quality. The Company’s first flight took off from London to New York on June 22, 1984. Subsequently their operations expanded to Miami, Boston, Orlando, Tokyo and Los Angeles (www.virginair.com). The Company’s uses all sorts of marketing techniques to promote its products which are mainly airline tickets and holiday packages. It uses print media, TV... of poor quality, so consumers might...
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Atlantic Slave Trade and Christianity
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...Atlantic Slave Trade and Christianity: Legacy for the American Whites and Blacks I. INTRODUCTION The Atlantic slave trade has become a way of exploiting human resources especially the minor ones since its beginning. The qualities of the Africans of being hardworking and well-adaptive to a tropical climate made them the best choice for labour in the New World. The trans-Atlantic trade involved the trade between the North America, Europe and Africa through a system called the triangular trade. It started when Christopher Columbus discovered the New World. Since then according to Karen Bravo (2007), the two European powers, Spain and...
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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
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...Atlantic Slave Trade 1. The Trans-Atlantic slave trade was one of the largest forced migrations in world history. The slave trade was a long held process from the early 16th century to the mid-19th century during which about 10.5 million Africans were captured from their homes, herded onto ships to the West. On their voyage, the slaves were packed so tightly on board where they could hardly move, and they were sent to entirely strange land. They had to undergo hard times on their way to bondage and even after reaching there. As seen in the movie Amistad, the slaves were filled into a ship, having passed six weeks and running out of food and fresh water (Leong). This process caused great... The...
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British Airways and Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic Part I Background Industry Definition & Scope 2. British Airways 3. Virgin Atlantic Part II Approaches to Marketing 1. Product (Service) 2. Pricing 3. Price 4. Promotion Part III Market Segmentation of Virgin Atlantic 1. Segmentation Strategy 2. Positioning Strategy Part IV Advertising Agency and Its Mission Conclusion Part I Background Airline Industry Airline industry is one of the main industries in the world. The history of development of various corporations, as a rule, testifies, that the level of profit is a result of quality service. The main objective of airline industry is to maintain the level of service quality and develop... . The company employs...
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Expansion of the Atlantic World
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...Atlantic World The Atlantic world de s the connection that existed between three continents namely Europe, America, and Africa from the sixteenth century. During that era, Europe was undergoing an industrial revolution with multiple economical changes. Some countries in Europe had risen to a level of higher power than the rest. During that time, Europeans had not discovered America, a continent that they established colonies later. This paper will examine factors that led to the expansion of the Atlantic world and the effect some of these factors had on North America. One of the leading factors that led to the expansion of the Atlantic world was the interest of European... entrepreneurs to...
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Virgin Atlantic: Executive (Management) Briefing
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...ATLANTIC: EXECUTIVE (MANAGEMENT) BRIEFING Sir Richard Branson formed Virgin Atlantic in 1984. While originally conceived as a European airway, the organization has expanded to a variety of countries and continents. While Virgin Atlantic remains rooted at Gatwick Airport and London Heathrow Airport, it operates between the United Kingdom and North America, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. This executive briefing recommends the institution of an internal mentoring program with Virgin Atlantic. Within this context of understanding, the briefing further functions as a means of outlining the meaning and purpose of this mentoring program. In establishing the need... ? VIRGIN...
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Thresher Sinking Atlantic Ocean (1963)
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...Atlantic Ocean in 1963 Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Background to the Thresher Disaster 3 Investigations into the Sinking of the Thresher 5 Findings and Recommendations 5 Impact on Engineering Practice 9 Conclusion 11 References 12 Abstract The US submarine, Thresher, sunk in 1963. The submarine which had been built to be a leader in the industry met its fate while undergoing trials in the deep sea with 129 individuals onboard. Investigations into the disaster reveal that the accident could have been caused by a failure of a salt water pipe. The disaster is also blamed on an electrical fault that saw vital pumps stop working. Known to be the worst submarine... ? Sinking of the Thresher in the...
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Compare betwwen Virgin Atlantic and Ryanair
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...Atlantic and Ryanair VIRGIN ATLANTIC AND RYAN AIR Virgin Atlantic and Ryan Airare two airlines sharing similarities but having many differences too. The former is an English airline company specializing in trips around the world with a competitive advantage based on provision of superior customer service while the latter is an Irish low-cost and short-haul company operating mainly in the United Kingdom air space (Budhwar and Bhatnagar, 2009, p. 29). This paper addresses the theoretical application of the similarities as well as differences of the Maslow hierarchy of needs between the two companies. Psychological Needs These are basic needs necessary for human survival... Topic: Compare between Virgin...
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Operations management of the Virgin Atlantic airways
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...Atlantic is an airway services provider. Richard Branson had established this company in the year 1984 with a single aircraft. Presently, Virgin Atlantic is one... ?Operations Management Table of Contents Introduction 3 Literature Review 4 Findings & Analysis 10 Supply Chain Management 10 Relationship Management 11 Human Resources Management 12 Yield Management 13 Problem Resolution 13 Conclusion and Recommendations 17 References 19 Introduction Operations management is a concept that emphasises on the management of the process concerned with production and distribution channels of organisations. Operations management often deal with the internal environment of the organisation. The process of the...
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Marginalized people of the Atlantic world
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...Atlantic world took up piracy due to... As intimation to the readers, this is a research paper, being written with a view point to provide a detailed and extensive description regarding the marginalized people of the Atlantic world. This paper comprehensively states the reasons and circumstances due to which the marginalized people opt for piracy as their source of income. First of all who are these marginalized people? Since, it is implied from its name that marginalized people are those who were living on margins or on edges. Yes, these are those people who are living on the lines of Atlantic coasts. These people adopted piracy as their only source... Teacher’s 7 December Marginalized people in the...
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Information and Communication Technologies in Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic This report seeks to examine and analyze Virgin Atlantic, and one of the integral business processes of the organization. The business process in focus in this paper is online ticket booking (or e-ticket). The sale of tickets is the main source of revenues for any airline, thus an airliner such as Virgin Atlantic needs to ensure that their ticket booking system is effective and efficient (Buhalis, 2003:806). To achieve this, an organization must institute a series of different tasks to achieve excellent results. This report critically examines and evaluates online ticket booking, with a comprehensive discussion of the advantages... these processes. This report examines the...
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Integrated Marketing Communications Plan for Virgin Atlantic
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...Atlantic Airways Limited runs under the of Virgin Atlantic. It is a British based airline which is currently owned by the Virgin Group and the Singapore Airlines. The percentage share in the company is 49 % and 51% respectively for both companies. The company’s headquarters are present in Crawley, West Sussex in England. The airline is enroute between a lot of countries and regions of the globe. It covers the United Kingdom, North America, and the Caribbean region, Africa, the Middle East, Asian Countries and Australia. Its bases are at the London Gatwick Airport and the London Heathrow Airport. The airline uses both Airbus and Boeing’s wide bodied aircrafts. A unique thing about... these...
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The Virgin Atlantic Global Marketing Analysis
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...Atlantic Global Marketing Analysis The Virgin Atlantic is one of the British Airlines that covers the Atlantic region including UK, North America, Caribbean, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australia. The bases are located in London Heathrow and London Gatwick while another important base is located in the Manchester Airport. The main focus of the study conducted is to be able to present the global environment and the other activities of Virgin Atlantic. Included in the global environment are the factors such as tourism global trends and the company’s role, competitive and key market drivers, and other accomplishments undertaken through the course of the company’s operation... wherein...
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Newspaper Media: Crime in Atlantic City
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...Atlantic In The Press of Atlantic Newspaper It's a dangerous world out there. At least, that is what the Press of Atlantic City Newspaper would like its' readers to believe. The paper, covering local news, New Jersey news, and some national and world events, often seems to read like the paper of a small and unusually safe town. Either crime is at an all time low in Atlantic City, or the paper is careful to edit which stories they chose to carry. More crime can be seen in college campus news reports! For this review, I have chosen to look at the Press of Atlantic City, and how it covers crime locally, nationally, and worldwide. Over the past week, June 1-8, 2006, less... Newspaper Media: Crime in...
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West Africa the Atlantic Slave-Trade
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...Atlantic Slave-Trade Atlantic slave trade was a world’s history event that tangled three continents, Europe, Africa and America. The people who set out to pursue slaves were Europeans, coming from every country amid Sweden in the North and Portugal I the South. When Portuguese arrived in West Africa, this was shortly before mid of 15 century they instantaneously started grasping Africans and taking them to Europe (Spain and Portugal) to work as slaves. Significant development took place in 16 century when European capitalists recognized that they could make massive profits by using the labor of Africans to exploit the wealth of America. As an outcome Africans were taken to North... due: West Africa the...
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The atlantic slave trade 1460-1882
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...Atlantic Slave Trade (1460-1882) Tarasovna Shkabriy June, 2009 Joseph Cinque (Cinquez) on Board theAmistad, 1839 Published in Anthony Tibbles (ed.), Transatlantic Slavery: Against Human Dignity (London: HMSO, 1994), p. 44, fig. 7; original held by the Chicago Historical Society (ICHi 22004). Contents 1 Introduction 2 Beginnings of the Atlantic Slave Trade 3 Timeline of Key Events 4 Slave Migration 4.2 The Triangular Trade 4.3 Origins of the African Slaves 5 Slave Labour 5.2 Destinations of the African Slaves 5.3 Conditions under slavery 6 The Ending of the Slave Trade 7 Global Impact of the Forced African Migrations The Atlantic Slave Trade 1460-1882... : Migration & Conditions 1....
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Slavery and the atlantic slave trade
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...ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE Introduction Beginning in the 15th century, Europeans established a transatlantic slave trade. For over four centuries, they transported several million captured and enslaved Africans to the North and South American continents, to the Caribbean Islands and to Brazil. A commercial revolution in Europe promoted the rise of powerful nation states such as “Portugal, Spain, Britain, France, and Holland”1. Simultaneously new concepts emerged pertaining to competition, commodity exploitation and the accumulation of wealth. The importing of African slaves became an essential, acceptable and profitable part of European commerce. Taking advantage of the internecine warring... ?SLAVERY AND THE...
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What Are the Economic Effects of Atlantic City Casino Closing
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...Atlantic City Casino Closing Introduction Atlantic City is a well-known tourist destination of the world. The city is particularly popular for gambling center. It is recognized as the second largest gambling center in the US after Las Vegas. The city is popularly called the “Gambling Capital of the East Coast.” Since the year 1978, twelve casinos have been operating in the city while experts in the industry have opined the increasing number of casinos as “overbuilt” (Guelpa, 2014). In the recent years, the owners of these casinos are troubled with the declining casino revenues. Moreover, increased competition from casinos in other cities such as New York... , Connecticut, Pennsylvania and...
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The Role of Religion in the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
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...Atlantic Slave Trade Introduction The transatlantic slave trade was driven by religion especially in the suppression, domestication and control of the African slaves. The European slave traders assisted the African tribal leaders in brutal capture of the slaves who were shipped to their colonies in the Americas where they were forced to work in plantation and industries. The Catholic Church contributed to the development of the trade because it was not opposed to the creation of the new world with the Holy Roman Empire authorizing European involvement in the trade. The justification of the slave traders for their conquest in West and Central Africa... was that they needed to convert Africans...
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Marketing Plan for the Next Year for Atlantic Quench
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...Atlantic Quench Terms of Reference Marketing plans are of high importance to the performance of a product or brand in the market. Atlantic Quench being a business organisation in a highly competitive market, it is essential for them to have a viable marketing plan. This is a marketing plan that will be aiming at presenting the marketing strategy most applicable for Atlantic Quench for the nest one year. Despite the fact that Atlantic Quench is a US company, this plan will focus on the UK market because the company’s main market is in the UK. Executive Summary This report begins by describing the business mission of Atlantic Quench is offering...  Outline Marketing Plan for the Next Year for Atla...
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The Atlantic Economys Contribution to the Industrial Revolution
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...Atlantic Economy's Contribution to the Industrial Revolution The Industrial Revolution that spanned betweenthe late 18th century well into the 1800s was the result of a number of technological, political, and trade forces that had been in existence since Columbus's voyage in 1492. Joshua Child, writing in A New Discourse of Trade at turn of the 17th century speculated on the labor multiplier effect of slavery within the Americas and noted that each farmer in the Americas created as many as 4 additional jobs in Britain (qtd. in Darity, 164). Clearly trade with the Americas spurred the Industrial Revolution, as did the need for goods to exchange in Africa for slave labor. It has also been said...
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The Atlantic slave trade by Herbert S. Klein
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...Atlantic Slave Trade by Herbert S. Klein – A Summary The subject of Atlantic slave trade is one of the well-researched in the early modern period historiography, yet the new contributions continue to shed light on this page in world history. The study by Herbert S. Klein which is to be analyzed here represents an ambitious attempt to lay down a new concept of post-1500 Atlantic slave trade and its impact on both Africans and European colonies in the New World. In Chapter 1, the author deals with historical precedents and foundations for the wide-scale slave economies in the pre-industrial Western world. He observes that all major slave...
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The economic impact of Atlantic City closing casinos
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...Atlantic  Time, 176(12 This particular article has been included within the research due to the fact that it helps to identify the way in which Atlantic City used to be; prior to the hardships that it has experienced over the past several years. Although partially resilient after the debacle of 2007/2008, Atlantic City has experienced subsequent hardships that had made it all but impossible for existing casinos within the region to thrive and survive. Essentially, this particular piece is useful from a historical context; due to the fact that it can at what some of the major challenges facing Atlantic City are in the way in which market shifts in the future could directly... Altman, A. . Postcard:...
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The Barbary Wars: American Independence in the Atlantic World
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...Atlantic World Sagas of sea wars and piracy of ships crossing Mediterranean waters have long been a readers’ delight. Those action packed stories are profound significances of the emergence of a nationality spirit against the might of invaders in the utmost serenity of the aquatic blueness. The thematic skills applied in the fictional part become more competent if the tussle is between a mighty hero and a group of villains. Lambert’s insight of fact –finding historical literature creates an ornamental insignia of all the presumptions and imaginations about the implications of the off-shore piracy, the deadly wars and the formation... of a protective human cover was devised only from the...
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Development and Promotion at North Atlantic Hospital Analysis
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...Atlantic Hospital Analysis Executive Summary In the year 2009 Dr. Elizabeth Harris took charge of the Department of Anesthesiology at North Atlantic Hospital. She carefully studied the last surveys that were conducted within the department. But the results were not at all satisfactory. The employees were paid less for more work. This indicated that they were over worked and dissatisfied. There were many other problems that also prevailed within the department. The career conferences did not take place at proper intervals and conference leaders found it to be a waste of their useful time. Moreover, they were more interested to work for their own development rather... ?Development and Promotion at North...
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Atlantic Diving Supply, Inc. v. Bancroft Global Development
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...Atlantic Diving Supply, Inc. v. Bancroft Global Development Introduction Atlantic Diving Supply Inc and Bancroft Global Development are suing each other over a deal consisting of 18,000 pairs of boots. Atlantic Diving Supply Inc (ADS) is Virginia Beach based military gear contractor and Bancroft Global Development is a non-profit organization from Washington, D.C. The lawsuit is over a deal between the two wherein Atlantic Diving Supply Inc was to supply 18,000 pairs of boots to Bancroft Global Development at $1.4 million. The boots were to be used by African troops in Somalia fighting Al al-Quaida-linked militants (McCabe, 2012). Actions leading to the lawsuit A lawsuit was filed by ADS... Atlantic...
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The History of the Lands across the Atlantic 1440 1820
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...Atlantic 1440 – 1820 Introduction This paper examines history in the lands on both sides of the Atlantic between the 1400s and the late 1800s. The paper evaluates history of the European people after the Medieval periods into the period that led to the renaissance in Europe. The paper examines the effects of the trade and other contacts between the people of Europe and Africans as well as the colonization of the Americas. It goes on to look at how nations in the Americas broke away from their European colonialists in the 19th century. European Explorations The Crusades were fought from the 11th Century into the fifteenth century. Around the early 1400s... by the discovery of North America....
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Strategy: Formulate a new strategy plan for Virgin Atlantic Airline
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...Atlantic Airline Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 0 Formulating a new Strategy 3 1.1 Brief Theories on (planning strategy) 3 1.2 Planning strategy 3 SWOT Analysis 4 PEST Analysis 4 Porters Five Force Analysis 5 1.3 Strategic Plan 6 1.3.1 A new strategy plan for Virgin Atlantic Airline 6 2.0 Understand approaches to strategy evaluation and selection: 8 2.1 Explaining three strategies 8 2.1.1 Collaboration strategy 8 2.1.2 Diversification Strategy 9 2.1.3 Transformational Strategy 9 Source: Shaw (2007) 10 Strategies and their Suitability 10 Evaluating techniques 11 Ranking & scoring method and Risk analysis 11 Acceptability of the Strategy 13 Returns 13... ?Formulating a new Strategy for Virgin...
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Autobiography: Quobna Ottobah Cugoano - Trans Atlantic/Anti-Slavery
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...Atlantic Ocean, with the majority of slaves coming from central... ?Eighteen’s century, the time when Ottobah Cugoano lived, is the time of both the slave trade blossoming as well as the time when the movement to stop slave trade comes to its highlight. An antislavery movement had its rise starting 1688 by the meeting Quakers family held in Germantown in Philadelphia, where the question was first raised about moral rights of any Christian to enslave another human being. That was the first time white community openly discussed that issue, and slavery was condemned as a product of human greed. At that time, the massive volume had a transatlantic slave trade, which is a trade that took place across the...
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Construction Contract Law: Kodex Atlantic Ltd and Texas Engineering Corporation
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...Atlantic Ltd (K.A.) with regard to Texas Engineering Corporation’s (TC) claim it is necessary to evaluate the following: 1) Whether there was in fact a legally enforceable contract between KA, KFC, GID and TC 2) If there was a legally enforceable contract, whether KA was entitled to revoke the contract thereby negating any claim for breach of contract or specific performance; and 3) Alternatively, the legal implications for KA, KFC and GID if failure to accept TC’s tender constitute breach of contract. The law of contract stipulates three fundamental requirements for the formation of a legally enforceable contract; namely... Construction Contract Law Assignment 5a) In order to advise Kodex Atlant...
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Study of a commercial Airline company (vigin Atlantic)
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...Atlantic Airways Ltd. , is a British airlines company owned and managed by Virgin Group’s Richard Branson – with a 51% stake in the company; in association with Singapore airlines holding 49% stake. It organizes and manages flights on the long haul routes in various countries across the globe, including the United Kingdom, North America, Caribbean, Africa, Australia and the Middle East and operates from two main bases in U.K located at London Heathrow and London Gatwick. 1.1 Mission Statement The company’s mission statement... VIRGIN ATLANTC Contents Sr.No Topic Page. No Introduction 2 1 Mission 2 2 Vision 2 3 Brief Background History 3 2. SWOT Analysis 4 pages4 3. Discussion of Key Aspects 1 page each 3....
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INCREASING AIRLINE SALES THE CASE OF VIRGIN ATLANTIC
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...ATLANTIC Executive summary This report presents a precisemarket strategy to Virgin Atlantic airline suggesting ways of increasing the company sales. The report presents findings from a strategic market audit undertaken utilising the industry standards and frameworks, highlighting the challenges and opportunities in increasing sales for Virgin Atlantic airline. Fundamentally, the report suggests that the major challenges in increasing company sales come from the internal structures and business strategies adopted by the company. The report suggests a number of possible options towards increasing sales for the company, including merchandising, partnerships... ?INCREASING AIRLINE SALES – THE CASE OF VIRGIN...
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Affliction in the Land East of the Atlantic
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...Atlantic 1. Introduction The September nine-eleven attacks led to the death of approximately 3,000 people. This event sparked an ongoing war against international terror both inside the US and in the perceived source countries. The invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan is one form of reaction to the Al-Qaida. Other domestic measures have been put in place in order to curb this threat. Regardless of these changes, the cargo bomb plot of 2010 and the liquid explosives plot of 2006 indicate that the US is far from safe from these attacks. After the September 11 terrorist attack, many governments, including the United States government proposed some measures that could... Affliction in the Land East of the...
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Forces for expansion of Atlantic world and relation to North American colonial history
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...Atlantic world” and relation to North American colonial history It is worthwhile to understand that the Americans know quite well and comprehend that their country has become bound to the rest of the world in the era of globalization (Linebaugh, Peter, and Marcus 2000 pg.29). The previous history of the Americans can only be traced in isolation. Therefore, the most modern history of America can be explained from the international platform when there was a massive settlement of the Europeans most so the citizens from the closely bordering countries. What happened to the new America can be presented by the educated scholars as “new world” and which became known... as the...
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An outline marketing plan for the next year for Atlantic Quench 306
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...ATLANTIC QUENCH Atlantic Quench being a successful co-operative organisation operating in the juice and nectar industry has the appropriate resources for expansion and transformation of their business. The contemporary scenario of the juice market revealed growing competition with increase in the number of suppliers. However, as a co-operative business, most of the members of Atlantic Quench are farmers which have reduced the cost of production and procurement of the products. On the other hand, a varied product range has enabled the company to focus on multiple segments of the juice market and develop the sustainable distributor network... for their business. Moreover, alliance with brands...
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