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    as the Samsung Galaxy S3. While tests showed both were capable 8MP shooters, the iPhone 5 performed better in low light conditions. Camera Verdict: iPhone 5 better in low-light conditions Design: The iPhone 5 is the thinnest smartphone in the world, and of course is smaller, thinner and lighter than the Samsung Galaxy S3. There’s still the glass and aluminum pairing for the iPhone 5, and the shiny trim is now tinted. It’s just more quality than the S3 to the eyes. The scion of any tech giant

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    WK 9 Expository Essay Final Project Bridget Sherman COM/150 September 9, 2012 Elliot Courtright Social Networks and Teens Essay As a single parent with a pre-teen, it is often hard to make the right decisions in knowing how to keep them safe. It is the hope that the information provided in this paper, will inform the reader of the pros and cons of what it is to have a teen using a social network. As parents, it is a never-ending duty to ensure the

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    Organizational Behavior and Communication Paper Organizational Behavior and Communication Paper Lizette Paz COM 530 January 30, 2012 Aileen Smith Organizational Behavior and Communication Paper Our mission: to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time. (Our Starbucks Mission Statement, 2011) They value their customer’s feedback and conduct alo t of research to improve in anything that they can improve to satisfy the customers. According

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  • World Com Fraud

    The accounting fraud at WorldCom was the result of corporate supremacy, individual liability, and an ultimate collapse of their system of in-house controls that can all be attributed to greed, manipulation and a lack of accountability for top executives. Bernie Ebbers, at the helm of it all, lacked focus, strategic direction, and led WorldCom with a consistently declining moral compass. It is thought that the ethical turn down of WorldCom’s top executives began with the U.S. Justice Department’s

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    None Coms 2 Professor Reams 2/7/2013 Reading Response for Chapters 1-2 The one concept that I feel that I can apply best to my life is what Wayne Brockriede describes some arguers as rapist, seducer, and lover. In my own words rapist arguers are just people who attack and do not let people get their words out or their point across. These kinds of arguers are people who feel that what they are saying is right and cannot be wrong no matter what. The seducer is someone similar to the rapist but

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    text larger Add MSN to Start menu Sign in MSN Logo Web| MSN| Images| Video| News| Maps| Shopping. . Recent Searches: www.edison Manage History . .. NEWSus news world news science & technology pop culture news health news obits rumors news video ENTERTAINMENTcelebrities games movies music tv comedy video showtimes tv listings entertainment news SPORTSscores nfl mlb nba nhl ncaa football

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    and violation of proper accounting should not be tolerated. It is important that auditors perform audits with integrity and due care. Fraud perpetrators usually have a way to explain why their actions are acceptable. Perpetrators in the corporate world may state that committing fraud would produce high stock prices for shareholders. Some may state that aggressive accountings practices were needed. Other statements of why fraud perpetrators think fraud is acceptable may be that they though it was

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  • The World

    is an abundance of beauty and good in the world, but it still has plenty of problems. The world could be made better. Many of us would like to help build a better world, but taking on the whole world as a project can certainly seem overwhelming. Where does one even begin? And what can one person with simple resources actually do? Well, good news! There really is an easy answer! Listed below are five things that anyone can do to help build a better world. Now, the actual work may not be easy...but

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  • The World

    The world as we know it is not real. It is nothing more than a holographic projection of our minds from our senses, mirroring our subconscious beliefs. Our minds take in sensory data, and put a picture together of what the world is like, which most take as reality. Without consciousness there is nothing. Greater understanding of God – All power is within us through soul and vibration – Computer/internet/radio/vibration- Our 5 sences are very limited – Double attention – No ME – we think in concepts

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  • We Are in the World, but Not of the World.

    We are in the world, but not of the world. ”This we know; the earth does not belong to man; man belongs to the earth” – ”We are in the world, but not of the world”. Are we the owner of the earth, or are we just here to maintain it? Jesus told us in the bible that we’re in the world, but not of the world. Since the creation of the Earth we have struggled with the desire of being mightier and greater than God. We wanted to separate us from God, even though God gave us the earth to rule, but we

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  • World Com

    supposed to serve as the center for internal and external information. The decisional behavior of managers are responsible for handling corrective action, make or approve important business decisions, and representing the organization to the business world and in the community. In each level of behavior, communication at every level of the business will enable the company to grow effectively (University of Phoenix, 2007). Today WorldCom is governed by an elected board of directors and three regional

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    physically attached between the keyboard connector and the connector on the back of the computer. In 2003 there were several cases where keyloggers were setup in a number of publicly used computers in businesses and school campuses in and around the world. The data that was stolen ranged from bank accounts and passwords to personal information. SA NS In sti tu As part of GIAC practical repository. te 20 04 So someone has made it into your facility. Whether they are authorized

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  • Com/156

    Melissa Dolan Final Paper COM/156 – University Composition and Communication II Instructor: Mrs. Anne Thomson Communication has always been considered a learned skill. Most individuals are born with the ability to talk. Not all individuals can communicate unless special efforts are developed and refined. Often the ability to communicate verbally is taken for granted. Why is it easier for some to communicate so well, while others may fail at it? Disabilities can impair an individual’s ability

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  • Coms 240

    Véronique Lemay REALITY THROUGH SOCIETIES COMS 240 Communication Theory Synthesis Paper presented to Eric Powell Tutorial Section 1 November 11th, 2013 Through my quest of assessing how communication helps construct reality in societies, I have selected two influential authors in order to assemble correlated concepts and theories to present this synthesis. Firstly, known as a controversial figure of media expansion, Marshall McLuhan expressed his debatable idea of “The Medium is the

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  • Dot Com Bubbl

    Dot-Com Bubble Table of Contents Abstract ................................................................................................................................................... 3 Introduction ............................................................................................................................................. 4 Causes ...........................................................................................................................................

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    production of renewable energy seeks to harness the power of nature to convert into usable energy. h. There is no pollution formed from the creation of renewable energy. Review: I. The world’s fossil fuel supply is not infinite. II. The world is increasingly becoming more polluted from the burning of petroleum and oil. Bibliography Crude Oil FAQs. (2009, November 11). In Energy Information Administration. Retrieved 9:48 from http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/ask/crudeoil_faqs.asp#foreign_oil

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  • Accounting Fraud at World Com

    WorldCom where being talked by lamplight and bundling as Enron is a lot of in topic of accounting fraud. However, the volume of information that can be obtained in Japanese is far less compared with Enron. The fact relevance makes the description of the case a base. WorldCom is a huge telecommunication company that exists in the United States before. The company that Mr. Bernard Ebbers founded in 1983 accomplishes the rapid growth repeating M&A with tremendous force. Long-distance telecom carrier

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  • Com 310

    Television News Program Analysis COM/310 July 15th, 2014 The following paper evaluates and analyzes a news story broadcast by three different networks on January 28, 2012, that became one of the first world disasters that made me start to rethink my view of the media and their biases and responsibilities to their community. How the story was covered, presented, and ultimately how the programs affected my personal values will be discussed. The three news networks chosen for this paper are BBC

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  • Worlds Com

    Woldcom’s Whitleblower: 1-which of Kohlberg’s six stages of moral development would you say that Cynthia cooper had reached? Explain. She has reached the universal ethical orientation in which the meaning of right is explained by the decision of conscience in accord with self-chosen ethical principles appealing the logical comprehensiveness and universality. This stage is also concerned of universal principal of justice, equality of human rights will respect for the dignity of human beings as

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  • Dot Com Bubble Burst

    dit NMIMS | The World .com fall - IT Bubble burst | | Poleswar Rao V | | INTRODUCTION The dot-com industry began in the early 1990s as a collection of startup companies using the Internet as their primary means to conduct business. These companies typically used the “.com” suffix in their company names, such as Amazon.com, and proliferated in the late 90’s with the massive investments in Internet-related stocks and enterprises. But with the failure and consolidation of many of these

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  • World Civilization

    Laura Rose World Civilization 101 March 6, 2014 “Egypt, birthplace of the oldest known civilization in Africa,” is a statement in the gallery of the Brooklyn Museum of Art. Egypt has influenced many civilizations. Hebrew: Moses and Monotheism, Greco-Roman civilization, Yoruba gods, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Islamic social structures all have social institutions that dialectically emerge from the Egyptian culture. There are many aspects to the Egyptian culture. Family is very important to Egyptians;

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  • Com/155

    Final Essay Katie Beauchamp COM/155 June 16, 2013 Dr. Andrews Many people know someone who is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. It is confusing how some people use these names interchangeably. While Alzheimer’s disease and dementia have similar characteristics, the treatment for the disease is based on symptoms as well as how the diseases are acquired. Alzheimer’s is a form of dementia so they are very closely related. (Fraller, 2013) Knowing the slight differences between

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  • Business Com

    Team B Summary of Ethics in Business Communications Ben Crockett COM/295 Nov 10th, 2014 Gail Brooks Ethics in Business Communications Our team discussed the failure to communicate with the company Netflix and how clear it was that Netflix did not communicate in an ethical manner to its consumers of their price increase. Netflix raised their prices 60% and failed to communicate this correctly.(Carr, 2014). Netflix used misguided and exaggerated false claims indicating that

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    Ghadere Salah PHI-101-013 Rationalism VS Empiricism They say : Hume says knowledge comes from the way one’s mind perceived the physical world. 1.Hume claimed that people perceive the world in two ways – through impressions which are one’s senses and through ideas which are one’s thoughts. 2.Hume claimed that there was no such thing as an innate idea, which is an idea present in the human mind that was not created through some sort of experience. 3.Hume asserted that nothing remains the

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    which consolidated information from the incompatible legacy accounting systems of more than 60 acquired companies. WorldCom’s headquarters for its network operations, which managed one of the largest Internet carrier businesses in the world, was based in Texas. The human resources department was in Florida, and the legal department in Washington, D.C. None of the company’s senior lawyers was located in Jackson. [Ebbers] did not include the Company’s lawyers in his inner circle and

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  • Dot Com

    ACCT 311 Dot-Com Crash 2000 Ting Hu Bradley Bromelow Austin Person 1.What is the intended role of each institutions and intermediaries discussed in the case for the effective functioning of capital markets? There is an information gap between investors and companies. Investors usually do not have enough information or expertise to determine the good investments from the bad ones. And companies do not usually have the infrastructure and know-how to directly receive capital from investors

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  • Enron, World Com, & Tyco Scandals

    Case Paper 4 Danielle Long Indiana Institute of Technology Enron, World Com, & Tyco Scandals Three of the biggest frauds in American history, were committed by the companies Enron, World Com and Tyco. All three CEO/CFO’ks of these companies’ indulged in malicious intend to create a better financial standing within the company and for themselves. All of them were ethically wrong, regardless of the details. These individuals violated many different ethical principles which

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    defined numerous ways all depending upon who is answering this question. After reading this week’s chapters we learn that a world view is made up for 3 components, all of which can define the term. First, a worldview is a person’s philosophy on life. Second, it is a framework that a person brings to decision-making. Third it is the way a person interprets life and the world around them. The question of origin can be answered within the first chapters of the Bible. In Genesis 1:3-19, we read of

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  • Com 285

    Com/285 Business Communication Paper University of Phoenix Danny Jackson Vanessa Washington August 29, 2011 What role does business communication play in your day to day activities at work? Communication plays a vital role in the business organization, is principle minus communication you can’t consider the existence of human life in the real world everything in life would challenging to accomplish. Followings are the key roles of business communication. Communication improves civilized

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    Risky Business Professor COM 230 29 April 2015 A Case for Collaboration: Project #3 During the spring semester of 2015, the group known as “Risky Business” was founded in the small group communications course led by Brandon Ferderer. Our group consisted of From the moment we met each other, we came to the unanimous consensus that we each wanted to earn an A in the class. This was an important goal to set, as it showed that each member was equally invested in working together to earn the highest

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    Charlene Wu Mrs. Zachik World Literature November 8, 2014 A Thousand Splendid Suns By Khaled Hosseini, Riverhead Books, May 22 2007 Laila, from Khaled Hosseini’s A Thousand Splendid Suns, is a product of her environment. She’s shaped by warfare, by her family and by her education. Laila was born in the city of Kabul, Afghanistan. In the course of time Kabul came under siege and became a war-torn city. “It wasn’t so much the whistling [of the shells] being fired itself, Laila

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  • World Music

    Mridul Agarwal Introduction to World Music Research paper Simply clad in a plain saree with her hair in plaits, the 'Nightingale of India' serves as an inspiration to many. She has been in the music industry since the age of 13 and has sung over 28,000 songs in the past decades. Through her hard work and determination, she has proved that every goal, every dream is achievable. She featured in the Guinness book of world records for having made the most recordings for about 16 years (1974 to 1991)

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    EDU 623 Entire Course (Ash) For more course tutorials visit www.edu623.com EDU 623 Week 1 No Child Left Behind (Ash Course) EDU 623 Week 1 DQ 1 Skills Needed for Master of Education (Ash Course) EDU 623 Week 1 DQ 2 Effective Teachers (Ash Course) EDU 623 Week 2 Writing and Researching Skills Self-Assessment (Ash Course) EDU 623 Week 2 DQ 1 Evaluating Research (Ash Course) EDU 623 Week 2 DQ 2 Diversity in Schools (Ash Course) EDU 623 Week 3 Lesson Plan Critique (Ash Course) EDU 623

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  • Com 425 Innovative Educator/Com425.Com

    COM 425 Entire Course For more course tutorials visit www.com425.com COM 425 Week 1 DQ 1 Formal vs. Informal Communication COM 425 Week 1 DQ 2 Putting Theory into Practice COM 425 Week 1 Article Critique Does Communication Matter in All Fields COM 425 Week 2 DQ 1 Self-Assessment of Organizational Communication Skills COM 425 Week 2 DQ 2 Using Active Listening COM 425 Week 2 Article Critique – Dealing with Annoying Co-Workers COM 425 Week 3 DQ 1 Your Culture Creates Organizational Culture

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    COM 200 Entire Course (Ash) For more course tutorials visit www.ashcom200.com COM 200 Week 1 Article Critique Masking Poor Communication (2 Papers) COM 200 Week 2 DQ 1 Improving Verbal Communication COM 200 Week 2 DQ 2 Nonverbal Miscommunication COM 200 Week 2 Assignment Talking Styles (2 Papers) COM 200 Week 2 Quiz COM 200 Week 3 DQ 1 Everyone Has a Culture COM 200 Week 3 DQ 2 Willingness to Listen COM 200 Week 3 Assignment Article Critique Self-Disclosure, Gender, and Communication

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  • Com Essay

    According to Treise et al (2003, cited in Cronin, 2007) sites in the .gov domain are considered more credible than those in the .com domain. As I have always considered it healthy to be critical of information emanating from government sources, it was interesting to discover that Cronin (2007) refutes this perspective, disclosing the fact that 47 percent of authors use the .com domain in their citations. Using this information to inform my decisions in choosing credible sources for my group’s online informational

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    COM 120 Entire Course http://homeworkgallery.com/index.php/product/com-120-entire-course/ http://homeworkgallery.com/index.php/product/com-120-entire-course/ COM 120 Week 1 Single Mother Single mothers in America” is the title that I have chosen for my persuasive essay. I feel that being a single mother myself I can relate to them on the same ground as I am living a life walking in the same shoes as them. “With great power comes great responsibility” is a well known line from

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    COM 295 Entire Course http://homeworkgallery.com/index.php/product/com-295-entire-course/ http://homeworkgallery.com/index.php/product/com-295-entire-course/ http://homeworkgallery.com/index.php/product/com-295-entire-course/ COM 295 Week 1 Communication Process Complete the table below. Review the steps of the communication model. Describe each step using your own personal or business example in paragraph form. Review pp. 10 & 11 of Ch. 1 of Business Communication

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  • Into the World

    Into the World Essay – DRAFT ESSAY QUESTION: Individuals venturing into new experience may encounter obstacles, but may also gain significant rewards. Do you agree with this perspective? Discuss this view with reference to your prescribed text and at least ONE other related text of your choosing. The concept of ‘Into the World’ invariably involves the transitions of individuals into new phases of life, worlds and experiences in order to attain growth, maturation and emotional development.

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  • Com 425 Innovation Is Our Tradition/Com425.Com

    COM 425 Entire Course For more course tutorials visit www.com425.com COM 425 Week 1 DQ 1 Formal vs. Informal Communication COM 425 Week 1 DQ 2 Putting Theory into Practice COM 425 Week 1 Article Critique Does Communication Matter in All Fields COM 425 Week 2 DQ 1 Self-Assessment of Organizational Communication Skills COM 425 Week 2 DQ 2 Using Active Listening COM 425 Week 2 Article Critique – Dealing with Annoying Co-Workers COM 425 Week 3 DQ 1 Your Culture Creates Organizational Culture

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  • The World

    My aunt to me the greatest person in this world, one of a kind and one in a million Sometimes I know the words to say, Give thanks for all you've done, But then they fly up and away, As quickly as they come, She has the biggest heart with the most caring touch, which she shares with so many of us. How could I possibly thank you enough, The one who makes me whole, The one to whom I owe my life, The forming of my soul, Her soul is made of pure love, yet she's worth way more than gold, The one who

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    Illegal Immigration and California COM 220 Illegal Immigration and California Everyone has an opinion on the immigration crisis gripping the nation. From border security restructuring to a complete overhaul of the system, anyone in this country has an idea to handle the ordeal. In preparing for this paper, this author spoke to family and friends for their opinions. One relative suggested the United States ratify Mexico as the 51st State, leaving the seated president in power as governor

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    Home Page» Business and Management World Com In: Business and Management World Com 9-104-071 REV: SEPTEMBER 14, 2007 ROBERT S. KAPLAN DAVID KIRON Accounting Fraud at WorldCom WorldCom could not have failed as a result of the actions of a limited number of individuals. Rather, there was a broad breakdown of the system of internal controls, corporate governance and individual responsibility, all of which worked together to create a culture in which few persons took

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  • Worlds

    horse, Cowboy. Amy was an equestrian, and that meant early mornings and late nights were the inevitable. Today was the first morning of the APHA World show in Fort-worth, Texas. Amy Smith never thought that she would compete on the American Paint Horse Circuit due to the level of difficulty but she also knew these were the steps she had to take to be a World Champion. This year was different for Amy and Cowboy, It was their last year of Youth 14-18 before she went on to be a Amateur. Amy knew that

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  • A World Apart

    A World Apart Jackie Wolfe September 25, 2010 In the world there are several countries who conduct their correctional systems the same as the United States and then there are some who do just the opposite. The American correctional system is designed to incarcerate and try to rehabilitate offenders, if possible. I chose to compare the American correctional system with that of the Iraqi correctional systems. This paper will show the differences in the two. It will also show how the American

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    spreadsheet developed by Tom Stluka, a capacity planner at WorldCom, that modeled in Excel format the amount of traffic WorldCom could expect in a best-case scenario of Internet growth. In essence, "Stluka's model suggested that in the best of all possible worlds Internet traffic would double every 100 days" (Faber, 2003). In working with the model, Stluka simply assigned variables with various parameters to "whatever we think is appropriate"(Faber, 2003). This was innocent enough, had it remained an exercise

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    Name: University: Course: Date: ORGANIZATION OF WORLDCOM WorldCom is accredited as the United States giant in the world of business. The company started its operations under the name of Long Distance Discount Services Inc. (LDDS) back in 1983. Six years later, it merged with Advantage Companies Inc. thereby going public under the name of LDDS WorldCom. This was later transformed to WorldCom. The company experienced rapid growth through the 1990s and when it purchased

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  • Com 150

    COM 150 Course Calendar |Monday |Tuesday |Wednesday |Thursday |Friday |Saturday |Sunday | |Week 1 |Day 1 |Day 2 |Day 3 |Day 4 |Day 5 |Day 6 |Day 7 | |COM 150 |Post Bio |DQ 1 |Expository Essay Topic CheckPoint |DQ 2 | | | | |Week 2 |Day 1 |Day 2 |Day 3 |Day 4 |Day 5 |Day 6 |Day 7 | |COM 150 | | |Grammar Exercise 1 |The Writing Process | | |Analyzing Written Essays | |Week 3 |Day 1 |Day 2 |Day 3 |Day 4 |Day 5 |Day 6 |Day 7 | |COM 150 | |DQ 1 | |DQ 2 |Evaluating Sources | | | |Week 4 |Day 1

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  • Dot Com

    CASE STUDY: THE ROLE OF CAPITAL MARKET INTERMEDIARIES IN THE DOT-COM CRASH OF 2000 Question 1 Venture Capitalists: The intended role should be to fund effectively picked out unlisted growth companies with promising business ideas and talented value driven management teams from those companies that do not reflect these characteristics. As VC’s typically encounter high risk upon investing, they also demand a high return that often comes in the form of a sell out of shares after an IPO. Putting

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  • Com 530

    Organizational Behavior and Communication Sandra Janet Ham COM/530 August-06, 2012 University of Phoenix Organizational Behavior and Communication Starbucks opened its first store in 1971 with two things in mind: share excellent coffee with their friends and help make the world a little better (Starbucks Corporation, 2012). Their mission is “to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time” (Starbucks Corporation, 2012). Starbucks’ culture is around

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