StudentShare solutions
Triangle menu
Corporations
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporation is the greatest single discovery of modern times." Lifting the veil on the obligations of Corporations in the modern years Of the new era of commercialism Every corporation is noted as an entity that is most able to exist in the industry as an artificial individual that has great control of the systems and the laws that confide the said organization towards the progression that the said commercial groups naturally adapt into. Through the years, the identity of corporations that are able to deal with the most important issues of commerce continuously shows how much important the role of corporations is in the process of building... - Butler President of Columbia 1911 "The limited liability...
Preview
Corporations
19 pages (4750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Exam, Question Part I: Substantive and Procedural Merits of Lawsuit The Complaint against the Board of Directors The class action against the board of directors is founded on the assumption that directors are fiduciaries. As fiduciaries, directors owe the shareholders of the corporation and the corporation as a whole a duty of loyalty and duty of care (Aronson v Lewis). The duty of loyalty is a firmly established principle of corporate law. The duty of loyalty imposes upon directors and other relevant corporate officers, a duty of care. In this regard, a duty of care involves the duty to ensure that the corporation’s interests are protected and in doing so, directors must ensure...
Preview
Global Corporations
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Global corporations, with their presence worldwide, both in terms of operations and in market reach have reshaped the ways human beings think and act. As a political force, some with resources greater than many countries (Korten n.p.), these corporations have indirectly sought power, through agreements with governments of nation-states, especially with those that badly need investments to generate employment and boost national income through taxes. Global corporations are also the real power behind the international trade agreements seeking the opening of more markets worldwide through the mechanisms of the...
Preview
Multinational Corporations
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...CORPORATIONS Introduction The end of cold war and the disintegration of the Soviet Union turned the world once polarized into two distinctive blocks into a singular entity which groped with its existence over a period of one and a half decade, until it achieved the present status. New as well as developing nations ran over one another to grab whatever opportunity they got to establish their identity in the new world scenario. The last few years have seen the development of rapid communication and transportation means in the world due to computerization and information technology. This has opened up new vistas and opportunities for the large corporations who are increasingly delving... MULTINATIONAL...
Preview
Benefit Corporations
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporation Benefit Corporation refers to a form of corporate structure that is recognized some of the governments in the United States. It assumes full legal responsibility on the impacts it is likely to have on the society as well as the environment apart from being a profitable venture. Some of the states in which Benefit Corporation has become fully operational include New Jersey, Oregon, Delaware, Nevada, Massachusetts, Louisiana, South Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Illinois, Rhode Island, Utah, Vermont Washington D.C and West Virginia. Benefit Corporations differ from other normal corporations based on the aspects of transparency in their operations, accountability... Benefit...
Preview
Multinationaltransnational Corporations
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations pose a threat to sovereignty The idea that multinational and/or transnational companies pose a "threat" to state sovereignty is one that reflects a number of the changes which have been occurring, in political, cultural, economic and technological senses over the last few decades. The rise of the nation state as the ultimate sovereign entity is in fact a quite recent phenomenon (since the mid Nineteenth Century); in many ways the current situation of multinational corporations is very similar to the old trading companies of the Middle Ages and beyond who did business with little regard for national borders, even if countries war... What is the evidence that multinational/transnational...
Preview
Multinational Corporations
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...CORPORATIONS of the School: Introduction Multinational corporations are large firms operating in more than one country. They usually have their headquarters in one country mostly the mother country. There are many multinational corporations in the world today. For instance coca cola, Barclays, shell, Guinness Breweries, DHL, IBM, MTN and others. The presence and establishment of MNC in developing countries has brought a lot of debates all over the world. Globalization-brought about by advancement in technology, transport, and communication- has made it possible for multinational corporations to spread very fast. MNC have both negative and positive impacts on developing countries... ? MULTINATIONAL...
Preview
Multinational Corporations
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Multinational Corporations Hypothesis – Foreign companies are doing more and more harm to the American economy The survey was intended to study the effect of multinational corporations on the economy of the US. In order to achieve this, a survey was conducted. The respondents were asked quite a number of questions and their responses were recorded and represented in graphs and charts. The first question asked whether the respondent had a family member who worked for a multinational corporation. 100% of the respondents said “Yes”, meaning that every family in USA has at least one member who works in a multinational corporation. All the four respondents also thought... Survey: Multinational...
Preview
Multinational Corporations
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations Role and Behaviors of Multinational corporations Name: Course: College: Tutor: Date: Multinational corporations refer to business entities with operations in many countries. The headquarters of a multinational corporation are normally located in one country whereas the facilities are based in other countries. This model enables the company to enjoy the full advantages of incorporating in a certain locality and also the ability the cost production advantage i.e. the ability to produce the goods and services at lower costs. An example of Multinational Corporation... is the Coca cola Company which is the largest...
Preview
Corporations (Research)
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations can be trusted to do the right thing when it comes to reducing or eliminating existing social problems Is good corporate citizenship a possibility in the global economy today Why or why not Corporate citizenship is developing very fast across a variety of activities such as financing of employees' education, organization of ethics training programs, adoption and implementation of eco- friendly policies, and sponsorship of community events. The definition of corporate citizenship includes Carroll's (1979) classification of four key corporate social responsibilities. These are economic responsibility, legal responsibility, ethical responsibility and discretionary... Do you believe that...
Preview
Colonial Corporations
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations This study highlights the Colonial Corporation of the British Emperor. They expanded their emperor through trade and by forming different companies. The rice people of Britain invested in these companies and invaded in many countries of the world. They established their business to those countries and formed many colonies out this. This case study gives a detailed description of the policies of the British to exploit the people of the colonies for getting benefits and wealth from them. Different policies which were undertaken by The British Corporation are discussed here. Their main intension was to strengthen their own economy at the expense of their colonies. Here in this case...
Preview
Government Corporations
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Introduction The modern corporation is the leading form of commerceorganization in the globe today. Corporations' reach, though, is not limited to the commerce world. As they have multiplied in number, size, and authority, corporations have also begun to exert strange influence over the civic, financial, and educational life of the human societies which host them. though corporations are effectual mechanisms for generating certain kinds of riches, much of their influence can correctly be regarded as destructive and even dangerous. The term "hosts" hints at an organic symbol symbiosis that is helpful in describing the relationships among corporations and the societies... Government...
Preview
Multinational Corporations
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations. Apart from profit maximization, maintaining a healthy cash flow is also very important for a company and it needs very good management. The manager has a variety of internal and external tools available to delay the cash disbursements and accelerate cash receipts to maintain a good cash flow. However, these tools are required to be applied intelligently. The importance of exchange rates and their role in the working of international financial markets is also very important. The fluctuations in the forex may result in great losses. In order to get protection from such losses, there are helpful tools... ? Finance and Accounting By Due Q1 I have learnt about the cash flows of multinational...
Preview
Multinational corporations
12 pages (3000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations manufacture products in many countries and sell to consumers around the world. Money, technology and raw materials move ever more swiftly across national borders. Along with products and finances, ideas and cultures circulate more freely. As a result, laws, economies, and social movements are forming at the international level. Many politicians... Globalization "Human societies across the globe have established progressively closer contacts over many centuries, but recently the pace has dramatically increased. Jet airplanes, cheap telephone service, email, computers, huge oceangoing vessels, instant capital flows, all these have made the world more interdependent than ever. Multinational...
Preview
Transnational Corporations
12 pages (3000 words) , Download 2
...CORPORATIONS AND THEIR HOST GOVERNMENTS Background In the complex arena of international business, transnational corporations or TNCs are the world's largest economic institutions. Approximately 300 prime TNCs control and maintain at least one-quarter of the whole world's productive assets, worth about US$5 trillion (The Economist 1993). In addition to size and financial strength, they have progressively become more potent; their significance amplified and they have become influential players in the global showground. With 800,000 affiliates abroad, 60,000 TNCs in the year 2000 had as foreign direct investment (FDI) an overwhelming $1.3 trillion (UNCTAD 2001). Basically, TNCs... TRANS-NATIONAL...
Preview
Transnational Corporations Essay
9 pages (2250 words) , Download 1
...Corporations Transnational Corporations-Roles and Impacts Insert Insert Grade Insert February 29, 2012 Transnational Corporations-Roles and Impacts Introductions The increased globalization that has been realized in the past, accelerated by factors like removed trade barriers, has prompted large organizations to expand their operations across the national boundaries in order to exploit the investment opportunities that may arise in these regions (Center for Study of International Development Strategies, n.d). This has led to the emergence and growth of several transnational corporations, especially after the World War II (Ietto-Gillies, 2012), that have now become some... ?Running head: Transnational...
Preview
Multinational corporations and sweatshops
6 pages (1500 words) , Download 1
...Corporations and Sweatshops Introduction Today industrialized countries have favored contracting out ofproduction to the suppliers in the third world countries. By doing this, the industrialized countries have contributed to international division of labor. For instance, globalization of production in apparel and footwear companies such as Reebok and Nike has led to international division of labor. Here, the two companies major in product designing and marketing but rely on a number of contractors to build shoes and sew clothes that suit their specifications. One of the chief expectations by the two companies is high quality goods. In addition, they expect the suppliers in developing... Multinational...
Preview
Corporations and Environmental Pollution
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations and Environmental Pollution In recent years, there has been an increased global effort by major corporations to improve their environmental practices and performances. The increased effort has been informed by a popular realization that being “green” helps improve the business for these corporations. Consequently, there are a number of global efforts undertaken to reduce pollution by cutting down emissions or planting more trees. Labelling has also become a common practice where corporations seek to make consumers aware of their diverse undertakings to protect the environment (Schramme, 2011). Due the...
Preview
Law: Corporations Act 2001
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Act 2001. 2. Explanation of the Area of the Law Under section 428, Corporations Act 2001 states that,  (1) On appointing a receiver of property, corporations must mention both in every public document and its negotiable instruments as well that the receiver has been appointed and it should be mentioned after the corporation’s name. The statement has to be in the form... that either a receiver or a manager has been appointed (according to the requirements). The receiver of the property can be appointed either inside or outside this jurisdiction or even can be outside of Australia.    (2)  The corporation is required to mention in every public document...
Preview
Corporations Law Research
11 pages (2750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Executive Summary: Corporations have been accorded the status of individuals before the law, liabilities of individual shareholders has been limited in the interest of the propagation of the capitalist enterprise. However, the facility provided under the group mantle of limited liability of a corporation has often resulted in an abuse of this power behind the protection of the corporate veil, with the corporation evolving into a wealth sucking monster – “money is its blood. It is at its core an alien entity with one goal: to reproduce money to nourish and replicate itself.”1...
Preview
AUSTRALIAN CORPORATIONS LAW: GENERAL
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporate social responsibility and how that impacts directors’ duties. Corporate social responsibility dictates the extent to which directors should take account of all stakeholder interest including non-shareholders. The issue relative to the $20 million investment in the subsidiary and tripling the wages of assembly wages in the Vietnam subsidiary raises questions pertaining to the extent to which directors’ duty toward the company’s best interest is breached... ?Opinion Law Firm Re: Minority Shareholders of ArrowCar Ltd. Background: The firm represents the minority shareholders of Arrowcar Ltd. whohold 45 per cent of the shares in ArrowCar. The 45 per cent shareholders seek advice on the arbitrary...
Preview
Transnational Corporations Essay
13 pages (3250 words) , Download 1
...corporation (TNC) is an enterprise that operates or has branches in more than one country. This business entity may operate in any sphere of the economy, and offer goods or services of any type. The branches of transnational corporations must fall under a common heading, such as ownership or franchise, and through which they operate "under a system of decision-making, permitting coherent policies and a common strategy through one or more decision-making centres" (UNCTAD, 1990). TNC's are usually so structured that one "corporate" branch exerts influence over the others, and/or resources, responsibilities, knowledge, and protocol are shared among them. Transnational corporations... A transnational...
Preview
Transitional Media Corporations
17 pages (3750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Introduction In the point of view of most Third World countries, the core point of argument in the transnational media corporations (TMC) debate considers the detrimental impact that international communication has upon world’s cultural diversity, particularly upon the cultures of Third World or less developed countries (LDCs). Structural school theorists and policy-focused representatives from LDCs share a common belief concerning the development of world’s culture (Thussu 2006). Both factions argue that Western countries have power over flows of global information and news, permitting them to weaken world’s culture. New World Information and Communication Order... Transitional Media...
Preview
Sociology - fast food corporations
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations. Pushing burgers and shakes into every consumer's hands, they process food and fabricate their facts, making sure that the consumer goes away happy, and while the consumer may not know it, a little less healthy. And that is the way the corporations are made. They are modeled after success, and as long as you go away with food in hand, they really could care less about the effects it has on you, or your life down the long road. This is what Eric Schlosser took a deep look into in the book Fast Food Nation. Using witty examples and biting realism, Schlosser was able to tear apart... One of the biggest entities in the United s, and in the world, is the overwhelming body of the fast food...
Preview
Globalisation and Multinational Corporations
26 pages (6500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporation) In the Globalisation Process Table of Contents Introduction 3 MNCs andGlobalisation 5 The Role of MNCs in Globalisation Process 11 How MNCs Impact the Developing Countries 19 How MNCs Should Operate in Developed and Developing Economies 25 Conclusion 30 References 32 Bibliography 40 Introduction (239 words) The concepts of globalisation and multinational corporations (MNCs) have been in debate for decades. Analysts have remained focused on revealing the rational correlation of the two most important and certainly most visible facets of the modern international business sector. At times they referred globalisation to be one... Critical Evaluation of Role of Non Actors (Multinational...
Preview
Multinational Corporations Essay
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations seek to transfer their home-country human resource management policies to their overseas subsidiaries. Use examples to explain the difficulties that firms might encounter in the transfer process. 1. Introduction The strategies of multinational organizations are quite complex having to address a wide range of issues related to different cultural and economic conditions. In this context, many firms chose to promote similar policies in regard to their various sectors aiming to reduce relevant risks. In the HRM area such practices are quite common. In fact, it has been proved that a high percentage of organizations prefer to transfer their home-country human... ? Examine why multinational...
Preview
Multinational Corporations Essay
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations exploit the developing world Introduction: When there is a clamouring for the optimisation of resources in every imaginable field it is certainly quite difficult to imagine a scenario wherein the prosperity of one section does not jeopardize the existence or the health of another. To assume that there can be progress without giving up something is being quite nave, to say the least. Over the last decade or so, there is this outcry against anything that falls within the category of 'multinational'. The very term denotes a firm that has a presence globally or rather one that would like to be known in more parts of the world than it is at the present point in time. However... Do multinational...
Preview
Financial statements in corporations
2 pages (500 words) , Download 1
Free
...corporations is the financial ments. The four financial ments are the income ment, balance sheet, statement of retained earnings, and statement of cash flow (Weygandt & Kieso & Kimmel). The financial statements are prepared at the conclusion of the accounting cycle. The normal accounting cycle is for a period of one year. Publicly traded corporations are mandated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to release an annual report each year which among other things it must contain the financial statements of the firm. Most public firms publish financial statements each trimester. Ever since the creation of the Sarbanes Oxley Act... ? One of the most important financial reports prepared by...
Preview
NGOs and Corporations
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations: Conflict and Collaboration. By Jonathan Doh and Michael Yaziji. Cambridge: Cambridge Press. 2009. 213pp. Index. ISBN 0521866847. This book fills an important gap in the current scholarship. Texts on Nongovernmental Organisations (NGOs) abound, but Doh and Yaziji noted that there was, as yet, no full-length work on the relationships between NGOs and commercial corporations, an issue of growing importance given the increasing complexity of these relationships, and the collaborations and conflicts they engender. Michael Yaziji, the leading author of this work, is uniquely well-qualified to undertake this task. Currently Professor of Strategy and Organizations... at the prestigious...
Preview
The Role of Corporations
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Introduction This paper aims to examine in detail the practical and ethical/social obligations to a corporation. Itwill then discuss the need to fulfill these obligations and as we move on to the end, it will explain in detail a step by step procedure which can be used by any organization to successfully resolve an ethical issue that arises. This procedure will have six basic steps and each step will be explained by referring it to a hypothetical ethical issue. In conclusion I will discuss what I would do if I had the power to make change in my hands. Practical, Ethical/Social Obligations Every organization has certain obligations. The main aim of an organization... The Role of...
Preview
USA Corporations Law
14 pages (3500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations' law states that the directors of a company should not benefit themselves from the operations of the company. They owe a fiduciary duty to the shareholders to act in good faith and in honesty as far as self-dealings with the company are concerned. By claiming that Ewing has breached the fiduciary duty in approving the loan transaction, the Barnes family is claiming that the loan that the former granted to the company was in bad faith. In dealing with this case, the court will be applying the review of the Securities... Litigation Uniform Standards Act of 1998 (Pillegi, 2007). The court will be more concerned on the breach of the fiduciary duty of disclosure. The court is...
Preview
Political Contributions by Corporations
8 pages (2000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations: Political Influence is For Sale Introduction That political contributions are made by corporations is beyond question; the more interesting issues concern whether corporations expect certain favors in return for such contributions, whether certain favors are in fact granted, and the implications for the American public. A careful examination of Enron and its political involvement through the mechanism of political contributions would appear to suggest a number of fairly reliable conclusions. First, Enron expected a variety of favors and preferences, both domestically and internationally, and these favors ranged from the deregulation of energy to political... Political Contributions by...
Preview
CSR and Corporations
12 pages (3000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Introduction Kotler and Lee (2004) defined Corporate Social responsibility or CSR as the “commitment to improve community well-being through discretionary business practices and contributions of the corporate resources” (p.3). CSR and sustainable development are two of the most popular topics in the corporate world at present. CSR is a commitment or a pledge taken by corporate companies to behave ethically and contribute to the wellbeing of people. Corporations in the past were interested only in increasing their profits. They were not much bothered about the importance of environmental protection or the necessities of helping the communities in which they operate. It should...  CSR and...
Preview
Multinational Corporations and Nationality
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations and Nationality The issue of ownership is central to a number of important policy-related and academic debates in thearea of HRM. One line of argument is that, with increasing globalisation, MNCs are becoming stateless players, detached from individual nation states (Economist, 1995). Evidence for this includes, for example, the growth of strategic international alliances and joint ventures and business divisions headquartered outside the 'home' country. However, much contrary evidence suggests that even the most global of companies remain deeply rooted in the national business systems of their country of origin. Hu (1992) and Ruigrok (1995) have argued that MNCs... 1.0 Multinational...
Preview
UAE Multinational Corporations' Strategies
10 pages (2500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations’ Strategies UAE Multinational Corporations’ Strategies The business world has become so competitive. Management development techniques help an organization to compete fairly in business. Good management techniques include understanding the internal and external factors that affect the organization. An organization needs to analyze and come up with measures to help it prosper. Being profitable is the desire and objective of every organization. The global economy also influences the performance of multinational companies. This paper reviews the management development techniques employed by United Arab Emirates (UAE) multinational (Curwen and Whalley, 2008... by the common man....
Preview
Globalization and Multinational Corporations
16 pages (4000 words) , Download 4
...corporate world (Gupta, 2008, pp. 20-21). Strategic management Strategic management entails to plan and forecast, command, control, co-ordinate and organize. It is important for organizations to practice effective modes of management to ensure that at the end of the day they achieve their main objective; profit making. Though strategic management entails all this conditions, it is evident that they are not practised in all organisations globally. This is so because countries differ in their adoption of management strategies. This makes it hard for an organisation in a well established country that practises high management concepts... Introduction The concept of globalisation has been emphasised on by ...
Preview
SME's Agains Large Corporations
19 pages (4750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations. 6.2. RESEARCH DESIGN Research design pertains to the structure or framework that is followed by the paper as the paper endeavours to address the questions raised in the research and attain the aims set forth in this study. Furthermore, the design serves as guide for other researchers to replicate when they perform their own research. Likewise, the research design assures the reliability and validity of the data collected for this study. For the paper, the researcher had chosen the single case study for the reason that through case study one would be able to understand the phenomenon within real—life context and the event being studied was further clarified through... ?CHAPTER III...
Preview
Corporations Law in Australia
5 pages (1250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations Law In Australia Q1: Limited liability11 is a concept of corporative law whereby a person's risk factor is determined by the amount of his investment only. In a company or partnership, people make investments, the number of investors and the amount of their investments being dependent on the size and scope of the corporation. If the organisation is a limited liability organisation, this means that in case of any losses or debts, the investors are only responsible for their investments, and are not liable to any law suits related to or responsibility towards... the corporation ...
Preview
Social responsibilities of multinational corporations
7 pages (1750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations The process of globalization today is surrounded by different controversies. These controversies have resulted in concerns that most multinational companies (MNCs) could be getting profits while neglecting their workforce, as well as contributing to the degradation of the environment. Different scholars have argued about the role of corporations in complying with host country laws and promotion of their human rights. While others feel the corporations have failed, others fell that corporations are doing all they can to fulfil their social responsibility. In order to prove themselves right, and cover up their flaws in living up to their social... Social Responsibilities of Multinational...
Preview
The Growth of Media Corporations
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...CORPORATIONS The Growth of Media Corporations of The Growth of Media Corporations Introduction An influential trend is evidently ongoing in the direction of much similarity in the way the public circle is prepared across the world. In their professional live out and cultures, in their systems of associations with other political and social foundations, media corporations across the globe are emerging more and more alike. The fact of homogenisation in world media corporations was first highlighted as an intellectual issue in the cultural royalist literature of the 1960s and 1970s. Cultural royalist theory was perceptibly a theory of external persuade (Boyd-Barrett... Running Head: THE GROWTH OF MEDIA...
Preview
Corruption and Multi-National Corporations
6 pages (1500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations may face DISCUSS THE DILEMMAS SURROUNDING ISSUES OF CORRUPTION THAT MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATIONS MAY FACE GRACE SARKAR Order No. 423934 21 March 2010 Table of Contents Introduction 3 Facilitation Payments 3 Nepotism 6 Conclusion 8 Sources 9 DISCUSS THE DILEMMAS SURROUNDING ISSUES OF CORRUPTION THAT MULTI-NATIONAL CORPORATIONS MAY FACE Introduction They are awkward but they exist. It is difficult to prise open either and call them correct or incorrect. They are facilitation payments and nepotism. Both are connected... Discuss the dilemmas surrounding issues of corruption that multi-national...
Preview
Limited Liability Corporations and Partnerships
3 pages (750 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...corporations and limited liability partnerships Introduction Limited liability corporations and limited liability partnerships areforms of business organizations. A business organization is an entity or a group of entities that pursues either a commercial or an industrial venture with a common objective, usually to make profit. This paper seeks to explore the two forms of business organizations. The paper will discuss the nature of the organizations that define their roles as well as advantages and disadvantages that are associated with the two forms. Limited liability partnerships and their roles A limited liability partnership is a special type of partnership in which partners... ?Limited liability...
Preview
Corporations and a Sustainable World
4 pages (1000 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporation: Corporations and A Sustainable World The Corporation is a 2003 documentary made by Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbot. It was written by Joel Bakan. The film is a criticism of the modern day structure of the corporation, it’s status as a person in law, and its social responsibility. According to the film, a corporation is a form of business ownership; a group of individuals who work together to serve a variety of objectives. The principal one of which is earning large growing, sustainable, legal returns for the people who won the business. It began during the Industrial Age when the machines increased the productivity of manufacturers. Before, they were a group... Your The April 4, The...
Preview
Global Influence of Multinational Corporations
2 pages (500 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations In today’s highly globalized and industrialized world, the powerful influence of multinational corporations in domestic economies and even in the world economy cannot be denied. Their magnitude and diversity play crucial roles in shaping the course of public policies, diplomatic relations and governmental affairs. In this paper, the author will outline the different manifestations and validated testaments to the irrepressible prominence and all-embracing dominance of the so called ‘megacorporations.’ Money Matters. Statistics from the Institute of Policy Studies revealed that of the 100 largest companies in the world, 51% are corporations and only 49... ?Global Influence of Multinational...
Preview
Stock Options and Multinational Corporations
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations: Organizational Challenges and Risk Implications. Journal of International Business Studies. 38. 215 – 230. doi: 10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8400260... David Smith, CEO Your the Memo New Venture of a Pharmaceutical Company in China As part of a continuous growth of the company, venturing in a foreign country provides both advantages and disadvantages that can dictate the success, and failure of the step that will be taken. Through real options analysis, proper evaluation and assessment of the host country as well as the current company status as an organization can be done, before attempting to invest in order to ensure success and decrease downward risks. The Venture The expansion of the company...
Preview
Success of Russian Multinational Corporations
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations (MNCs) The resource-based Russian MNCs succeeded in the internalisation strategy through export of product followed by the acquisition of foreign assets and the later establishment of subsidiaries due to three reasons explained below. Most SOE had a network of subsidiaries in many parts of the Soviet Union referred to as union enterprises owing to the operational by the Soviet Ministry of Central Planning (Filippov, 6). Suppliers and customers were chosen by the government; therefore, MNCs located in Moscow easily exported to these Soviet Republics before the split. However, the disintegration of the Soviet Union led to the loss of the supplier... Success of Russian Multinational...
Preview
Being Green: The Corporations Responsibility
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporation's Responsibility Henrietta Francis Liberty The concept of being green and its association with favorable corporate image, cost savings as well as high profitability has gained great attention from researchers in the past few decades. The fact that the major motivation behind firms’ decision to go green is not merely altruistic has been widely accepted by almost all scholars. This paper reviews the motivations that are largely argued as the reason behind firms’ willingness to go green including the associated benefits of pursuing this strategy. The limitations of such a strategy have also been identified. Furthermore, green business has been explored... ? Research Paper Being Green: The...
Preview
Organizational Culture in Multinational Corporations
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations As the universe has crossed the threshold into the epoch of twenty first century, the humankind with their enormous and mammoth potentials capacity has made the world a much better place to live in. These capabilities have led the globe towards scientific and technological innovations and advancements, where the entire population of the world is able to communicate and travel promptly within no time. In addition, this has also made the world of commerce to step ahead, develop, and spread out the operational and functional activities of the businesses from the local and neighborhood arena to a global and universal platform (Alvesson, 2002... and attitude are the distant and rooted...
Preview
Multinational corporations: the changing landscape
1 pages (250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations: The Changing Landscape Q2 The research focuses and explores the manner in which internationalization has influences composition and performance of global companies. Global companies operate and undertake their services in more than one location country. It takes note of the emerging trends in the companies’ operations internationally. The causes and effects of internationalization are other major concern areas of this research. The current limitations to the synthesis and understanding of globalization results from lack of information and concrete data required from initial researches. The study uses cross-sectional designs to depict a clear visual impression... Multinational Corporations: ...
Preview
Multinational corporations: Blessing or Damnation
9 pages (2250 words)
Nobody downloaded yet
...Corporations: Blessing or Damnation Abstract This paper is aimed at analyzing the performance of Wal-Mart from different perspectives including social, economic, political, and technological particularly its overall existence as a blessing or damnation for the communities in which it is operating. Wal-Mart is the largest retail store of the world with more than 20% market share in United States of America only. The organization is successfully operating since 1962 until today and generating revenues for more than $370 billion. Research shows that the success story of Wal-Mart actually starts with the perfect utilization of the core components of retail internationalization... . Multinational...
Preview
1 - 50 results of 500 items
Contact Us