Category: Business

Introduction The unemployment rate became a hot topic in the past few months when it rose to 3.5 per cent, a recent high for almost 10 years. The jobless rate was higher than the 3.2 per cent unemployment rate recorded in the May to July period. The underemployment rate in the June to August period rose to 2.5 per cent from 2.3 per cent in…

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Xyz Quick Lube Co. term paper

Posted by July 26, 2016

XYZ QUICK LUBE Co. The purpose of this exercise is to design a single user system, to solve the needs of a startup business. The business I chose is a service oriented, automotive oil change company. This system will need to satisfy the business needs of a small company, including database queries, inventory management, customer tracking, form generating, accounting, and many other functions. This must…

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The Business of Dying Prepared for: Peru State College Business Administration 251: Legal environment and Contract Law Submitted to: Victor F. La Puma April 5, 1998 By Lisa M. Holmes 403 Main Street, box 331 Johnson, NE 68378 402-868-4945 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1Die and Pay Taxes 1 CHAPTER 2The Concept and the Cases 3 CHAPTER 3 Legislation and the Health Care Stand 9 CHAPTER…

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The World Trade Organization (WTO) is considered Globalization’s bulwark in the globalization process. It espouses free trade and the international laws that govern them. It was the brainchild of President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill in 1941 with the plan to ‘further the enjoyment of all states, great or small, victor or vanquished, of access, on equal terms to the trade and to the raw…

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The Business Roundtable is one of the most powerful lobbying organizations within the United States to date. It is predominantly a Republican association with a focus on preserving economic interests of its member corporations, improving the standard of living, as little government interference as possible, and an overall stable and growing economy. The first step is to examine the creation of the Roundtable and why…

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Few issues are as important to a country as the long-term growth and productivity trends facing their economy. The relative slow-down in the growth rates of the United States economy since 1973 has worried economists and politicians alike. Many possible causes have been put forth, though none is fully satisfactory. Before discussing the theoretical models of growth it would be useful to study the data…

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In addition, other essential areas such as human resources, financial, operational and risk analysis were incomprehensively dealt with, which if The Cordwainer not being a viable business venture, will certainly fail to attract any investment from external sources; however, in today’s competitive business environment where there is little assurance of gaining investments, there is a need “for businesses to continuously plan ahead to avoid failure”…

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Summarize the three arguments on labor unions. To start with, the Conservatives believe that labor unions are bad. They feel that labor unions have too much power for their size. Labor unions use this power as blackmail against companies, by becoming labor monopolies. They ask too much of companies, causing either the company to shut down, or to supply more money for the employees. Conservatives…

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Abstract This paper aims to analyze the impact of bank regulations on consumers of bank services. It clearly explains how these regulations negatively affect the delivery of bank services to the consumers and the cost they impose on consumers. The research also reveals why it is productive for bank regulations to be in place for the benefit of bank customers and the entire banking system….

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“It’s time to clean up this mess.” Famous last words heard from the mouths of many different politicians when talking about the national debt and the budget deficit. Our debt is currently $4.41 trillion and we have a budget deficit of around $300 billion and growing. Our government now estimates that by the year 2002 the debt will be $6.507 Trillion. While our politicians talk…

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