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  • Limited Liability Corporation Business Ownership Option
    645 words
    Advisories for Small Business Administration Counseling Advisory One general partnership between the doctors in the group is the type of business ownership that should be recommended in this case. This ownership plan leaves the partnership open to additional members and allows all the members to manage and share equally in any profits. (Ebert et al, 2005) This ownership plan is often utilized by professionals, such and doctors and lawyers, and its advantages include few legal regulations beyond ...
  • Multi National Corporations In The World
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    David Korten's 'When Corporations Rule The World' The book 'When corporations Rule the World' by David Korten describes the way things will be in the future with multi-national corporations. These large corporations are found all over the world. There are many different problems that are appearing and many of them can be seen to be connected to corporations. We need to look at what is occurring with corporations and see if they are causing more problems or are helping to solve problems of the wo...
  • Corporate Bankruptcy Building A Successful Business
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    Corporate Bankruptcy Building a successful business is very difficult and when doing so some may encounter financial hardship. The law has established a process that can help rescue businesses. This is called bankruptcy. What is bankruptcy to a company? How does bankruptcy rescue businesses? The reader will understand the meaning of bankruptcy to a corporation, be familiarized with types of proceedings, and identify with businesses that have been rescued by bankruptcy proceedings. Bankruptcy is ...
  • Good Business Ethics
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    Business Ethics Business ethics is part of today's society whether you like it or not. There are many things happening in today's corporate world that needs to be opinion ed. Are ethical judgments merely a matter of personal opinion? Yes because we live in a free society I think that most ethical judgments are based on a matter of what you believe in. Everyone has the right to think differently. There will also be similarities and differences in your ethical point of view because of religion, ra...
  • Social Responsibility Of Business
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    Business vs. the Environment Business today has so many responsibilities. Aside from making a profit, they are forced to take on a different responsibility, one that involves the environment. Even though, they already have many regulations set by the government, they are still being asked to answer to the call of helping out the rest of society take of nature. This essay will discuss the pros and cons of corporate responsibility for the environment through the agent-of-society and agent-of-capit...
  • Hershey Food Corporation
    635 words
    The Hershey Food Corporation is a very successful and quality business. Many products are manufactured by this corporation. Most relating, but not limited to chocolate. The corporation plays a role in deciding where products are produced. Hershey's has expanded to both Canada and Mexico, which calls for many corporate decisions. There are an amazing amount of products associated with Hershey. These include Jolly Ranchers, Hershey Kisses, Hershey drink mixes, the entire line of Reese's products a...
  • Wrongful Harms All Constituencies Including Shareholders
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    Running Head: Business Ethics Business Ethicsnameschool The modern theory of the firm, which is central to finance and corporate law, views the corporation as a of contracts among the various corporate constituencies. Upon this foundation, finance theory and corporate law postulate shareholder wealth as the objective of the firm. Research in business ethics has largely ignored this contracts theory of the firm except to reject the financial-legal model as normatively inadequate. Philosophers gen...
  • Whirlpool Corporation Board Of Directors
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    Whirlpool Corporation - A Lawful, Ethical, and CSR Minded Business Whirlpool Corporation - A Lawful, Ethical, and CSR Minded Business During the past several years global companies, like Whirlpool Corporation, have gained global awareness of the complex and evolving legal, ethical, and social expectations of their stakeholders. While many companies have started to tackle these new set of requirements by modifying their mission statements, business policies, and workplace practices, leadership co...
  • Big Business Critics
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    Justin Long Jennifer GuilianoHST 112 LAThe Other Side of Big Business In America in the 1880's, big business began to flourish due to the likes of J.P. Morgan and Andrew Carnegie. They established this by being very successful businessman themselves, and doing what they had to do to be successful, such as cut corners, whether it be in the likes of sanitation and working conditions, or pay lower wages because of the resources provided. Naturally, some sacrifices needed to be made in order to achi...
  • White Collar And Corporate Crimes
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    Why does white collar and corporate crime tend to go undetected, Or if detected not prosecuted White collar and corporate crimes are crimes that many people do not associate with criminal activity. Yet the cost to the country due to corporate and white collar crime far exceeds that of "street" crime and benefit fraud. White collar and corporate crimes refer to crimes that take place within a business or institution and include everything from Tax fraud to health and safety breaches. Corporate cr...
  • Socially Responsible Business
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    Corporate Social Responsibility - A growing movement across the world This site is part of the personal site of Malle n Baker - Development Director for Business in the Community. It is an expression of my own interest and concern in how companies respond to the growing need to manage issues that affect their business reputation - and to respond to the growing needs and concerns of a range of different stakeholders. This site is distinguished in that it is: issues-based, looking at the emerging ...
  • Stockholders Of The Corporation
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    The Advantages and Disadvantages of Incorporating a Business In order to mention all the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating a business, first I should try to explain what a corporation is. In 1819, Chief Justice Marshall of the United States Supreme court said: ' Corporation is an artificial being, invisible, intangible, and existing only in contemplation of the law. ' In the Webster's College Dictionary corporation is defined as 'an association of individuals, created by law and havi...
  • Environmental And Human Rights Issues In Apec
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    The question is "Can the Canadian government maintain its commitment to globalization without compromising its stand on human rights and why or why not" The answer is no. Canada's commitment to globalization compromises it's stands on human rights for different reasons. The main reason being APEC. The following paper will ague just that and how APEC is causing many problems in societies all over the world. APEC is a group of 18 "economies", these economies have a goal and that goal is to inflict...
  • Change In Corporate Policy Toward The Environment
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    In the article "The Mosquito in the Net", author Marc Gunther explores the impact of a small environmental group, Rainforest Action Network, on corporate giants such as Citigroup, Home Depot, Ford, and others. Gunther provides examples of how corporations are influenced by RAN's less than conventional campaigns and how corporate environmental polices are changed in response. By applying the six theories, one can gain a better understanding of how RAN's tactics are justified and effective. The ut...
  • Customer Perception Of Canada Post
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    Executive Summary Canada Post Corporation will face many difficulties in the future stemming from two present concerns: Customer Perception- Customer perception is fairly negative and is either associated with problems evident in the past or those associated with the United States Postal Service. Unionized Labour- Unions are a constant problem for any company associated with them. To remedy these situations we propose the following: Divestiture- CPC should break into strategic business units. Ea...
  • Corporate Control Of The Media
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    Corporate Control It seems that there is an ever-increasing trend in our society. Big corporations are becoming more and more influential in our lives. As they gain more and more muscle in our government they also invade our schools and many other facets of our lives. Perhaps the most disturbing area of potential influence, however, is corporate control of the media. Can the American media uphold its values of free press under pressure from big corporations Can they continue to present the absol...
  • Corporations Stocks
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    A sole proprietorship is a business that is owned and usually operated by one person. Sole proprietorship is the simplest for m of business and the easiest to start. Sole proprietorships have disadvantages. One disadvantage, for example unlimited liability which id a legal concept that holds a business owner personally responsible for all the debts of the business. The U.S. Uniform Partnership act defines a partnership as voluntary association of two or more persons to act as co owners of a busi...
  • Corporate Strategy And Core Competencies
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    In today's emerging markets, companies which are managing their business portfolios through acquisitions and divestitures create substantially more shareholder value than those that passively hold their businesses. McKinsey & Company's research also proves that acquisitions are more common than divestitures. Most large divestitures take place when there is a loss so divestitures are reactive rather pro-active. Holding onto a business creates costs to the entire corporation, but also to the unit ...
  • Owner Losses Their Business
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    With the growing number of corporations taking over small businesses, and the belief that becoming a proprietor is associated with being wealthy, one must decide which type of business to become involved with. There are several differences between these two types of business. A corporation is a business organization having a continuous existence independent of its members (owners) and power and liabilities distinct from those of its members. (Schiller 32) A proprietorship is a business organizat...
  • Trade Agreements Like Apec
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    The question is "Can the Canadian government maintain its committment to globisation without compromising its stand on human rights and why or why not?' The answer is no. Canada's committment to globalization compromises it's stands on human rights for different reasons. The main reason being APEC. The following paper will ague just that and how Apec is causing many problems in societies all over the world. APEC is a grouping of 18 "economies' which aims to impose a "free trade' zone in the Asia...

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