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The Benefits of Becoming a Pet Owner

- Rough Draft 3 According to the Oxford Lafayette Humane Society website on average every single day ten thousand cats and dogs euthanized in the United States alone. Most of these animals were perfectly healthy, normal, and suitable pets that were never adopted yet were euthanized due to over population. Humans have kept pets ever since ancient times. Centuries ago they were mostly kept for food, source of material such as fur, and hunting aids, but now a days they are companions and the thought of killing, eating, and wearing them sounds senseless....   [tags: owner, pet, experience]

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The Are A New Dog Owner Or A Seasoned Owner

- Whether you are a new dog owner or a seasoned owner, there are many myths throughout the years believed as facts regarding dogs. Many originated in truths becoming woven In dispelling these myths Here are some of the most common misconceptions about dogs – and the facts. 1. One dog year is equal to seven human years This is an easy calculation due to simply multiplying the dogs years. However, many other factors need to be considered. Dogs seem to mature at an earlier age, then slow down over the years....   [tags: Dog, Neutering, Allium, Dog health]

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The Job Design of a Restaurant Owner

- Introduction ‘King puts his people as his priority, people put food as their priority’, by the 2000 year old ancient Chinese text. Food is essential, one of the most important elements for survival. Thus serving good food is more than a luxury. Food is part of life. Restaurant owners are clearly own a prestigious status in the society. The aims of this assessment is to analysis the job design of a restaurant owner and examine the advantages and drawbacks supported by academic studies relating to job design theory, job characteristic model and other occupational psychology theories....   [tags: food, personality, workplace ]

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Advantages Of A Business As A Sole Owner

- Sole Proprietorship Sole proprietorships are typically businesses that have one owner. There many advantages to operating a business as a sole owner. One of those advantages is that it is fairly easy to form. When operating a sole proprietorship, filing an independent tax report for your business is not mandatory. It is optional for the owner to hire employees to help run the business. The owner is in charge of making all business decisions and transactions. Sole owners have the ease of selling their business, closing it or giving it to his heirs....   [tags: Corporation, Limited liability company]

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It is the Owner of a Dog that Makes it Dangerous

- What has four legs and an arm. A happy pit bull. What happens when you cross a pit bull with a collie. A dog who bites your leg off, then goes for help. Contrary to tasteless jokes and public opinion, it is not the breed of dog that makes a dog dangerous, rather it is the owner of a dog that makes dogs dangerous. But, let’s face it, there are certain dog breeds that demand their owners be aware of negative opinion; and it is the owners’ primary responsibility to implement careful training and socialization of their pups in order to bring an understanding and acceptance of the breed by the general public....   [tags: dog owners, pets, ]

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The Success Of An Owner Of A Business

- As an owner of a business, my belief is that the success of my company is solely based on the management team that I hire to run the business, and the employees I choose to interact with our customers. Therefore, now that I have received application from several prospective candidates, I plan to evaluate each candidate carefully. My goal is to eliminate individuals who are only concerned with the success of themselves whether the success of the team. The first priority for the company is to hire our operations manager and general manager who will then be responsible for hiring the customer facing employees....   [tags: Employment, Management, Operations management]

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My Life For A Business Owner

- JimBob’s painting is a one of a kind painting business, with a one of a kind owner. I am Austin JimBob Lewis, and I am 19 years old. You might think I am too young to be a business owner, but I have a ton of heart, which compensates for my lack of experience. I have been known all of my life for a hard working individual that gives it his all and that is exactly what I do when I am painting. JimBob’s Painting has allowed me to experience many situations, and those experiences have been turbulent to say the least, but with the help of my family, I have been able to run a fairly successful painting business....   [tags: Economics, Commerce, Business, Real estate]

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The Problem Of Being A Home Owner

- I realize that digressing from being a home owner to renter can be a distressing situation, especially when the digression is caused by unfortunate financial circumstances such as those millions fell prey to during The Great Recession that began wreaking havoc on the real estate marketin 2008. Your sense of control is lost; you may now have to deal with a landlord and pick up a copy of your state’s renters rights laws to help navigate your way through territory you never thought you would see again....   [tags: Debt, Credit, Credit score, Interest]

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A Child Of A Wealthy Business Owner

- Alfred Adler held the belief that children who misbehaved were often discouraged and felt insignificant (Adler Graduate School, 2014). The schemas developed during early childhood overtime tend to shape an individuals view of the world and how it works, which is why the parents play an crucial role in ensuring their children are armed with love and the proper coping mechanisms for life challenges. If the parents do not instill morals in their children, they will either withdraw or compete with others due to feelings of insignificance and insecurity....   [tags: Alfred Adler, Psychology, Parent]

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The Owner Operator Of A Janiking Franchise

- The leader that was chosen for this assignment is the Lawrence Torrence. He is the owner operator of a Janiking franchise in our area. He operates as the President of the franchise with his brothers and a nephew operating as his partners. The company is based in service and operates as a janitorial service. The company has been in existence for just over five years. The upper management is comprised of leaders of which none have any formal management training. Mr. Torrence, the President, is a United States veteran that worked in the field of logistics during his term in the military....   [tags: Leadership, Management, Skill, Kurt Lewin]

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The Ethics Of The Business Owner

- An up and coming business owner is doing their absolute best to grow their business, according to the religious standards they were brought up in. Then, one day a potential client is denied, as this client would be making the business owner support beliefs that go against his religion. In the end, the business owner receives unnecessary harsh feedback and is sued by that client. This is a case that comes to fruition far too often with religious businesses and homosexual people. In numerous cases, homosexual people that are denied service, attack and sue businesses and churches that having opposing beliefs on same-sex marriage or same-sex couples....   [tags: Homosexuality, Same-sex marriage, Marriage]

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Walmart And The Small Business Owner

- Experts in the field of economics have conducted studies on the impact of Walmart and the small business owner. Some of these studies support the claims that Walmart stores do contribute to the closing of some mom and pop stores, however, there are studies that support claims of increased sales when a Walmart opens in an area. Plans are to report on these claims with an unbiased opinion. There are many opinions of this retail giant opening in your area. A majority of people interviewed welcomed Walmart....   [tags: Small business, Business, Grocery store, Wal-Mart]

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Animal Veterinarian And The Practice Owner

- Dr. Deb Piepgras is a small animal veterinarian and the practice owner. She has been a vet for sixteen years and counting. Deb is the owner of Lakeland Veterinary Hospital in Baxter, MN, right next to Arby 's. She has wanted to be a veterinarian since she was a young girl, following her father around at work. Her father was a veterinarian and owned the hospitable before her . She started working as a kennel worker and assisting him in emergencies. Eventually, she worked as a receptionist than a vet assistant before attending veterinary school....   [tags: Veterinary medicine, Veterinarian, Medicine]

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Marketing Plan For A Business Owner

- There are around one million franchise businesses available nationwide and about a third of retail sales in the United States take place in franchising. Franchising businesses can vary from automobiles, food, gas, clothing etc. Franchising can be established when a business owner wants to grow the businesses goods and services through a licensing agreement. Franchising began to develop in the post war era around the 1950’s to 1960’s. Many common franchisors of convenience goods and services available today such as McDonalds, Hotels, and KFC chicken began to pop up in every corner....   [tags: Franchising, Marketing, Business model]

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The Owner, Contractor, And Contractor

- The owner, contractor, and subcontractor; what are they pursuing. What do the owner, contractor, and subcontractor have in common. What are they pursing all together. They are pursing the goal of coming together to build a project in a legal matter set in stone in legal binding to fulfill each other’s interests. How this process is executed has to be understood to avoid breaching of contract, parties being fully competent, and the work specified to be completed. The beginning process begins as the contract being awarded to the contractor presenting the “lowest and best offer”....   [tags: Contract, Contract law, Procurement]

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The Slave Owner 's Kitchen

- We will redefine the mythical “Mammy” image that is often portrayed in the slave owner’s kitchen to reveal the slave cook’s complex role in slavery and their legacy in reshaping Southern Cuisine with a semblance of the food that graces southern tables today. For centuries, African slaves were considered prominent cooks in Egyptian households. In Muslim Spain, too, male slaves prepared meals in aristocratic homes while their wives prepared food in poorer homes. Even today, women in sub-Saharan areas in Africa are often hired to prepare couscous....   [tags: Slavery, Slavery in the United States]

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The Pet And Owner Relationship

- Review of Literature Research into the pet and owner relationship indicates a plethora of positive benefits that companion animals provide to their owner’s physical, psychological, and social well-being (O’Haire, 2010); (Walsh, 2009); (Chandler et al., 2015). First, the pioneer research into the protective influence of pet ownership was a longitudinal study of patients with coronary heart disease. At the one-year follow-up of the patients’ release from the hospital, those with a pet had one-third of the mortality rate than those without a pet (Friedmann, Katcher, Lynch, & Thomas, 1980)....   [tags: Dog, Pet, Cesar Millan, The Animals]

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Evaluation Of A Business Owner

- Participants (10%) Marks will consider Identification of the participants involved in the dilemma, you can consider this in different ways such as: Those taking action and those directly and indirectly affected EMPLOYERS: Employers can create complex problems when they monitor employees. Should employers be able to monitor their employees. If so, what should they be restricted to monitoring, and do the employees have the right to know that employers are monitoring them. Each of these questions creates a multifaceted response from both the employer’s side, as well as the viewpoint of the employee....   [tags: Employment, Privacy, Data Protection Act 1998]

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A Business Owner 's Career

- There comes a time in a business owner’s career where they will be faced with the decision of whether to expand or to focus on other goals. Goals that focus on creating a healthy work environment, providing great customer service, and giving back to the community. There are a number of small business owners that have decided not to expand and have ultimately created small sustainable companies that are thriving in today’s market. Bo Burlingham discusses the principles of a “Small Giant” and the “mojo” that these small businesses posses in his book Small Giants....   [tags: Small business, Business, Customer service]

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The First Legal Slave Owner

- On March 8, 1655, Anthony Johnson made history by becoming the first legal slave owner in America( Woodbridge 1999). How could Johnson, a former indentured servant and fellow african, force someone into lifelong servitude. This man was John Casor (Nicholson, 2015). In order to justify forcing this man into slavery, Johnson used relativism. Brought to America in the early 1600s, Anthony Johnson arrived as an indentured servant to work under a master on a Virginia plantation. Although it is unclear when he gained his freedom, he used that freedom to acquire hundreds of acres for himself and his family....   [tags: Slavery, Slavery in the United States]

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Becoming A Fashion Boutique Owner

- While growing up, I realized the benefits a person has when they personally own their own business. You can make your own schedule, personally control your finances, and essentially have complete control of your business Of course upon this realization; I came to the conclusion that I was going to be my own boss. I have always taken pride in how I present myself including how I dress. The limitless nature of fashion and its versatility has always intrigued me. One empowering aspect of clothing that is so fascinating is how it enables people to express themselves....   [tags: Management, Business, Business school, Commerce]

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A Small Business Owner

- As a small business owner, one of the challenges you have is how to finance your expansion. Sales start to pick up, and you find yourself in need of more equipment or simply the need to expand your payroll in order to process an increase in orders. There are many situations that can exist, and your situation will depend upon the particular industry you are operating in. There are several possibilities available to get the money you need, but some ways are better than others. An unsecured loan this type of loan may sound good because there is no collateral required, but they are very expensive....   [tags: Loan, Debt, Credit card, Personal finance]

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A Small Business Owner

- As a small business owner you 're likely the one that makes all major decisions about your organization. You 've carefully vetted employees to make sure they share your company vision and invested your financial resources wisely to make sure you have an awesome website with engaging content that resonates with your target audience. Perhaps you 've even studied the new Google search ranking algorithm to make sure your business is always near the top spot on first page results with local-specific and organic search queries....   [tags: Management, Small business, Risk, Business]

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Marketing Research Of A Small Business Owner

- Marketing Research Methods A small business owner has undoubtedly done countless hours of research and put forth great effort in starting up and maintaining their company. Unfortunately, these same business owners may not have focused enough energy towards researching the market and target segments to assure that there is an actual preexisting need and desire for the offering. This paper will compare and contrast three marketing research methods that can be used by small businesses to better understand the sales potential of their marketplace....   [tags: Marketing, Small business, Marketing research]

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The Owner Of Giovanni 's Fine Fashions

- For my project I interviewed Gina-Maria Santoro who is the owner of Giovanni’s Fine Fashions. Giovanni’s Fine Fashions is a small business in Newtown, Pennsylvania that sells men’s clothing. After an owner of a different men’s clothing store passed away, Gina saw a great opportunity to open her own men’s clothing store in the same location. She realized that this would be a great opportunity because there was no other men’s store in existence in the Newtown area, leaving a gaping hole in the market....   [tags: Customer service, Marketing, Customer, Business]

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The Owner Of Dead On Approach Decoy Company

- For this interview assignment I decided to interview the owner of Dead on Approach decoy company otherwise known as DOA. The owner of DOA is Jeff Vondrak. DOA is a relatively new company considering they have only been around for three or four years now. DOA is a high quality decoy company that makes full body goose decoys, goose floating decoys, snow goose windsocks, and floating duck decoys. Just like many new company’s they have been learning their way as they go. Since DOA is so new they are still pretty small and don’t have a lot of employees....   [tags: Warehouse, Inventory, Supply chain management]

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Being A Part Owner Of A Family Business

- Being a part owner of a family business for many years, scripted words were an important daily ritual for both my employees and myself. All businesses depend on scripted workers to provide the best service to customers in order to guarantee regular and added sales. I fell victim to the endless scripting that was repeated on daily bases. This included a non-stop greeting “ Hello, how are you today” to customers and “if you need any help, let us know” as they enter the pet store. Regardless if they purchased something or not, everyone that worked for us was required to say, “Have a great day”, “come back to see us” and “If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call us or come back”....   [tags: Espresso, Coffee, Starbucks, Script]

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The Transfer of a Title by a Non-Owner

- The Transfer of a Title by a Non-Owner This question is mainly concerned with the 'Transfer of Title by a Non-Owner'. Sections 21-26 of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 deal with the transfer of title. The general rule is that a person cannot give a better title than he himself possesses when he purports to sell goods. This is nest expressed by the legal maxim 'Nemo dat quod non habet' - no one gives who possesses not, that is to say, no person can give a greater title than that which they possess....   [tags: Papers]

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For Sale By Owner - Tactics

- Situation You’ve found a house you are interested in that is “For Sale By Owner.” You think the price is a bit high, but when you talk to the owner she says she has to sell quickly and move for a new job, and has priced the house $30,000 less than assessed value. That assessment seems out of line with surrounding properties. The seller also indicates that she has another offer on the table. Identification, analysis, and counteraction of tactics used. The owner is using deliberate deception and is hoping that the buyer is unskilled in the home buying process....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Interview with a Barber Shop Owner

- Have you ever wonder what it is like to be the owner of a barbershop. Well Raymond Jackson, owner and operator of Your Barbershop, is the one you should learn from. Not only do you get to work for yourself in this recession-resistant growth industry, you get to revive an American tradition while serving upscale clientele with your staff of professionally-trained employees, all with the support of the latest technology, proven operating philosophy, and an experienced management team at your disposal....   [tags: Business Management Interview]

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The Right Balance On Conflicting Interest Of A Copyrights Owner And The Public

- It has always been a challenging task to uphold the right balance on conflicting interest of a copyrights owner and the public especially when it comes to private copying. According to Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 (CDPA), creators have several exclusive rights they can exercise to restrict others from using their work. These include, amongst others, the reproduction right. This means that, in principle, any act of copying a protected work, including for example saving a copy of a song to an external hard drive, needs to be authorised by the rights holder....   [tags: Copyright, Property, Intellectual property]

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Considering The Risk And Reediness Are Important Factors For A Business Owner

- Considering the risk and reediness are important factors for a business owner. What happens if the business fails. There are many reasons why startups fail however; the most common are poor management, and business capital. For example, to make a lot of money from a new venture, you need financial resources to capitalize on the opportunities. That means attracting investors that requires relinquishing control and equity of the business, which requires relinquishing control of the business decisions....   [tags: Corporation, Entrepreneurship]

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A Small Business Owner That Exports All Its Products

- A small business owner that exports all its products to Europe, and relies only on the Euro, must plan deliberately. Relying 100% on the Euro (EUR) may be difficult, especially during the exchange. Luckily, there are different methods available which could help prevent against a devastating loss. I found that investing in the currency market and hedging to be the best methods to prevent devastating losses. This morning, I researched Yahoo Finance to see what the exchange rates were for the past five years of the EUR to the United States Dollar (USD)....   [tags: Exchange rate, United States dollar, Euro]

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Liability Claim Against The Property Owner 's Failure

- When you or your loved one walks into a business or is invited onto private property , you expect to be walking into a safe environment. Business are responsible for taking certain measures to ensure the safety of you and your loved one. If you become injured because of a property owner 's failure to keep their property free from hazards, hidden or known, you may have a legal claim against the property owner. This is a premise liability case. Below are some frequently asked questions and answers regarding premise liability claims....   [tags: Tort law, Tort, Trespasser, Property]

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Interview The Owner, Bill Vuu, And General Manager

- For the retail industry, I decided to interview the owner, Bill Vuu, and general manager, Julia Lao, of an Asian market called Hiep Thai. The market is a family owned business, and there are two markets in Texas, one in Garland and one in Arlington. Bill was born in Vietnam and raised in Texas. He has been working since he was in middle school and started working at Hiep Thai in his sophomore year. He gained his experiences and knowledge of the market by working in all the departments. As he grew up and worked, he learned to speak English, Vietnamese, Chinese, and some Spanish....   [tags: Management, Retailing, Interview]

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E-Commerce - A World of Opportunities for the Small Business Owner

- E-commerce is one of the grandest trademarks of the 21st century. By allowing anyone with a credit card to purchase any product - at any time - at the click of a mouse, e-commerce has opened a world full of opportunities for the small business owner and the shopaholic. But e-commerce is not without its apparent flaws. It has the advantage of speed, a variety of products, and a great start up for e-commerce businesses, but product quality, bad businesses, and hackers are its main foibles.   When you break e-commerce down to its bare components, you will find that speed is the fundamental requisite that all sites carry – and the reason that so many people are drawn to it....   [tags: Technology ]

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Dan Cone, The Owner And Founder Of Sunbreak Express

- Dan Cone is the owner and founder of Sunbreak Express. Sunbreak Express is a small, local coffee shop that is located on 53rd street as you are headed towards Philomath. Being the owner of Sunbreak Express, Daniel has the duties to hire new employees, make sure they are all the correct fit for the job, balance the accounting books, reorder supplies and products for the shop, and most of all he has to make a comfortable and enjoyable workplace for not only his employees, but his customers as well....   [tags: Employment, Motivation, Customer]

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Business Owner Of Wyman Cremation And Burial Chapel

- Sam Bueler is currently the business owner of Wyman Cremation and Burial Chapel; a family- owned and operated company since 1967. He has been the business owner for the past 25 years as he continues to provide the full quality of care and kindness to all families. Bueler understands that family needs differ due their unique backgrounds and cultures but he is committed to serve all families to fulfill the memorialization of their loved one. Throughout the interview, he emphasized the importance of putting his customers needs first....   [tags: Funeral, Burial, Funeral home, Cemetery]

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Analysis Of Chong Thomson 's ' The Owner Of The Baskin Robbins '

- Chong Thomson is the owner of the Baskin Robbins where I have worked for the past three years. She is a kind-hearted woman who was born and raised in South Korea. I chose to interview her because she has family in Korea who she visits often so she still experiences both cultures. The interview was conducted right in the store while we were decorating cakes side by side. The conversation was casual and relaxed. She was happy to share with me her experiences and teach me about her culture. Korea is very different from the United States....   [tags: United States, Korean War, Korean language]

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Walt Disney : An Innovator, And The Owner Of A Wild Imagination

- Walt Disney His creations have affected the lives of most families across the world with joys and laughter with his movies and/or series of cartoons. A creator, an innovator, and the owner of a wild imagination the world has ever known Walt Disney could take the fantasies of America and make them come true. Walter Elias Disney was born December 5, 1901, in Chicago, Illinois. The wild imagination Walt Disney had would have never came about if it had not been his father desire to roam around. Elias Disney, Walt’s father, could not stay in one area too long....   [tags: Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, The Walt Disney Company]

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Edie Is A Successful Business Owner And The Parent Of Several Children

- Edie Rekker is a sixty-seven year transgender female who began to transition at the age of fifty-nine. At a young age, Edie remembers dressing in her mother’s clothes, especially dresses. This cross-dressing continued into Edie’s adult life until she was openly identifying as transgender. For a time in Edie’s life, she was struggling both with marriages and understanding her feelings and emotions. Around Edie’s third divorce, she sought out the help of an online therapist. With the assistance of the therapist, Edie was able to pin point that she was transgendered....   [tags: Transgender, Gender, Sexual orientation]

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The Principles And Theories That Can Be An Independent Pharmacy Owner

- Seldom do individuals realize the significance of acquiring a proper understanding of economics as a whole, let alone any subfields that branch off of it. Every aspect of economics is relative to another within itself, much like the roots of a tree are relative to the leaves or fruit that it bears. Attempting to distinguish between micro and macroeconomics in terms of significance to the real world is unavailing. Having a formal comprehension of this science begins with the principles and theories that comprise microeconomics....   [tags: Economics, Supply and demand, Microeconomics]

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The Success Life of Business Owner and Entrepreneur, Simon Cowell

- ... Got Talent has been more successful internationally then The X Factor and individual version air in sixty different countries including China, making Got Talent the most watched and successful television format in the world as of March 2013. SyCo Produces a number of other shows outside its key brands such as; 2011’s ITV series Red or Black?, American inventor on ABC, and the unsuccessful Celebrity Duets on FOX. Additionally SyCo also produced entertainment specials such as; I Dreamed a Dream: The Susan Boyle Story, which scored 10 million viewers on ITV in the UK and broke record ratings in the U.S....   [tags: x-factor, production, entertainment]

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Dan Parris, A Filmmaker And Owner Of Speak Up Productions

- Dan Parris, a filmmaker and owner of Speak up Productions, in his documentary, What Matters, argues that it is everyone’s responsibility to care for the poor. Parris along with his two friends and assistant producers, Rob Lehr and David Peterka embark on a journey to experience poverty firsthand, in order to challenge their audience to think about their purpose. They adopt a deeply personal tone as they call young people to action. They support their claim through the use of ethos, pathos, and logos....   [tags: Poverty, Africa, Malnutrition]

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Firearm Ownership Does Not Simply Affect The Gun Owner

- Firearm ownership does not simply affect the gun owner. Rather, it has pronounced effects on all of those sharing the environment. Indeed, as stated by Hemenway, Solnick and Azrael (1995), gun ownership in a community can introduce a myriad of externalities, or “psychic costs,” on other persons (127). Particularly, those without firearms report feeling less safe, whereas those with firearms tend to cite insecure feelings of safety as the catalyst that compelled them to secure a firearm in the first place (Hemenway et al., 1995, p....   [tags: Concealed carry in the United States, Firearm]

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Rental Housing Vs. Owner Occupied Housing

- Rental Housing v. Owner-Occupied Housing In further understanding the differences between the trends in rental v. owner-occupied housing, we can apply economic theory. First and foremost, is supply and demand theory. This is the most basic of economic principles. It explains how prices are set, how and when the market is at equilibrium, and human behavior in the context of a free market economy. (The Law of Supply and Demand, n.d.) The greater the demand for a good, the higher its price. This is what we saw with the build-up of the housing bubble....   [tags: Economics, Supply and demand, Marginal concepts]

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Giovanni Dilorenzo, The Owner Of Giovanni 's Pizzeria

- Many pizza businesses have issues on how to produce their goods efficiently and unfortunately for Giovanni DiLorenzo, the owner of “Giovanni’s Pizzeria” is very perplexed and has to determine how many employees to hire in the main kitchen. Giovanni’s Pizzeria started to skyrocket so Giovanni decided to hire more people. For example, he hired three new employees (3 to 6) to work in the kitchen when business picked up. As business continued to increase, he hired 3 more workers. He soon began to realize that he still was not producing enough pizza 's....   [tags: Economics, Economics of production, Naples, Pizza]

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Dr. Molloy, Owner Of Medi Exam Health Services

- Dr. Molloy, owner of Medi-Exam Health Services (MEHS), has a seemingly “good problem” within his medical practice. Based on an income statement for the month of August, MEHS had profited $4,000 more than estimated by the profitgraph put together by his accountant. Although this may seem okay due the nature of estimation that comes with profitgraph analysis, Dr. Molloy needs to investigate and understand the root of the discrepancy between the outputs. In order to investigate this issue, Dr. Molloy must first identify some key financial components within his medical practice....   [tags: Variable cost, Costs, Management accounting]

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The Lifestyle of Slaves and How Difficult It Was

- ... In general for all slaves there were expectations they owner had on them and they basically had to ruled their life’s by them. I believe that living a life as a slave is no doubt of the most difficult things anyone can experience, today we take freedom as a right that we have and we never stop and think that there were people who were born and raise without free will and weren’t masters of their destiny. Slavery was practiced throughout the American colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries, and slaves build the economic foundations of the new nation....   [tags: freedom, will, religious, owner]

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The Federal Government Small Business Development Program

- The Federal Government, with its agencies, aims to provide equal opportunities for people who wish to become entrepreneurs and make their living by running a business. In the world of businesses, many companies and owners face disadvantages brought by many factors. To counter these disadvantages, the US government created the 8(a) business development program. The program is administered by the Small Business Administration (SBA). The main target of this program is to help small businesses in crises which are owned by minorities and socially or economically disadvantaged people in the marketplace....   [tags: market, program, owner, benefits]

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A South Plantation Owner's View of Slavery

- A South Plantation Owner's View of Slavery For hundreds of years, slavery has been practiced around the world. At this time, abolitionist Americans have no right to deny this tradition. Our founding fathers, in fact, had slaves of their own. One must concur that slavery is not morally wrong but rather needed for the growth of America. The abolitionists of the North have weak arguments that can be overruled by all the advantages of slavery. These advantages include white supremacy and the advantages of living as a slave, the kingdom of cotton, and the reality of the United States' Constitution and its Amendments....   [tags: Slavery Essays]

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Gun Regulations: Gun Laws Have Changed Dramatically

- From the dawn of the United States the government has created laws regulating firearm ownership. These regulations address everyone from gun sellers to owners and are constantly changing. In 1791, The Bill of Rights of the Constitution was ratified to ensure the protection of the American people’s rights. The Second Amendment addressed the right to bare arms. “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed” (1)....   [tags: firearm ownership, owner, congress]

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SUCCESSFUL AFRICAN AMERICAN BUSINESS OWNER

- SUCCESSFUL AFRICAN AMERICAN BUSINESS OWNER DAVID STEWARD CEO & FOUNDER, WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY David Steward grew up in a Christian home in a small town of Clinton, Missouri. As a teen, he lived through the racially tense ‘60s, attending segregated schools, sitting in the balcony of the movies, and being barred from the public swimming pool. David doesn’t harbor any negative feelings about having to endure those days, especially since his mother warned him against becoming bitter and resentful....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Gerratric Assessment of Ms. Doukogianis

- ... She saw Dr. Randi Rose, our cardiologist in North York General Hospital and had a Holter for 2 weeks twice. There is some tremor but apparently no symptoms and no associated loss of consciousness or incontinence. As I look back into the history, there was a history of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation in October 2012. Prior to that, she had a stress test in the year 2000. She had EKGs in August last year that showed sinus arrhythmia and marked left axis deviation. There is a right bundle branch block with left anterior fascicular block and left ventricular hypertrophy....   [tags: owner, education, falling, examination]

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Methods for Operating Businesses

- Sole Proprietorship Sole Proprietorship is a type of business where the owner and operative of the business you work for. Thus meaning the owner controls all aspects of the business from management, major decision, insurance, debts, and taxes. Liability: All liability is responsible to the owner. Debts, expenses, and injuries that may occur are liable to the owner. If business is poor and the owner has to cease all work, creditors can satisfy all debts by wiping out all personal assets if the debt has not been satisfied prior to ending....   [tags: owner, liability, profit]

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Chilean Copper Mine Collapse

- 30 Miners were trapped in a mine for more then 2 months. In this paper I will analyze the audience and try to select the appropriate communication for the families as well as the employees of the company. Knowing your Audience and Communication Release On August 5, 2010, a gold and copper mine caved in trapping more then 30 miners. The collapse happened about 2,300 feet below the surface. They were trapped down there for 17 days before anyone was able to find out if they were still alive. They drilled a hole down into the cave that the miners had been trapped in to see if in fact anyone had survived the collapse....   [tags: families, communication, company owner]

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Racial Comments Made by the Owner of the Los Angeles Clippers Basketball Team

- About two weeks ago, Donald Sterling, the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, was found to be making racial comments to one of his mistresses about a picture she posted on a social media network called Instagram. Sterling also has a wife. In this picture was Sterling’s mistress, V. Stiviano, posing with a basketball legend Earvin “Magic” Johnson at a Clippers game. Sterling found out about the picture by somebody calling him and informing him the Stiviano posted it, which infuriated him....   [tags: donald sterling, nba, racial comments]

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My Interview on How a Fitness Club Owner Deals with Public Relations

- ... His company doesn’t tolerate the word “can’t”, which means, “I don’t want to”, which means he focuses more on developing confidence in clients so that they say “I can”. Most importantly RJG Fitness is a business of integrity. Mr. Gross said he serves his clients as if we were serving God. He focuses on being punctual and ensuring his clients feels that they made a great choice in investing in RJG Fitness. The ultimate purpose of his company is to win souls to Christ; this can be achieved through being loving and open to assist even if the outlet comes through exercise....   [tags: training, exercise, athletes]

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Religious Identity, By William Jack, Owner Of Masterpiece Cake Shop

- his religious identity, but because his request included “derogatory language and imagery.” Her standard against such language is consistent across protected classes. The decision stated: The evidence demonstrates that the respondent would deny such requests to any customer, regardless of creed…in the same manner that the respondent would not accept an order from anyone wanting to make a discriminatory cake against Christians, the respondent will not make one that discriminates against gays. The decision noted that Silva is Catholic and her six employees include three Catholics and three who are "non-Catholic Christian", but fail to note of William Jack religious belief....   [tags: First Amendment to the United States Constitution]

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Being Educated About Fish : Is It Important For Someone Who Is The Owner Or Handling Fish?

- Being educated about fish is very important for someone who is the owner or handling fish. In some ways fish are very dependent on humans to guide them towards being able to live a full life in an aquarium. Being able to identify them, know the difference between ancient and modern fish, knowing how to care for internal and external medical needs, maintaining necessities in aquatic habitat, and knowing the common infections fish may acquire and cures for these infections are important aspects to know....   [tags: Bacteria, Infection, Centrarchidae, Immune system]

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Analysis Of Toni Morrison 's ' Beloved, The White Slave Plantation Owner '

- Alec Li Period 6 Maples, Honors English III 6 March 2016 Cruelty in Beloved In Toni Morrison’s novel Beloved, the white slave plantation owner named Schoolteacher commits brutal actions against the African American slaves, including Sethe and Paul D, inflicting pain not only on their pasts but scarring their future lives as well. Cruelty is defined as an act of malice towards another person or party, both physical or psychological, and regardless of the intention of the perpetrator. Throughout the story, Schoolteacher goes through many encounters with the African American slaves that are evidently categorized under cruelty....   [tags: Slavery in the United States, Slavery]

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William Byrd, A Man Of Great Learning, And A Slave Owner From Virginia

- William Byrd was a wealthy planter, a man of great learning, and a slave owner from Virginia in the early eighteen century, who kept a diary of his daily activities written in a secret code. Through his diary excerpts, we are able to see day-to-day aspects of Byrd 's life. It seems to be one of routine and repetition. They are grouped in three periods: early morning, dinners, and what followed in the afternoon and evening then finished with the hope of getting good health, good thoughts, good humors, and his thanks to God....   [tags: Slavery, Slavery in the United States]

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What Is Chairul Tanjung, A Successful Businessman And Owner Of Many Big Companies

- Everyone definitely has their own inspirational person, who can be their motivation and inspiration to achieve their life’s goals. In addition, the story of those inspirational people can also become the example for other people to determine what should they do in the future, in order to achieve their goals as successful as their idols. Even though there are a lot of inspirational people who have been recognized internationally, yet there is only one person that has inspired me, who comes from my home country....   [tags: Corporation, Entrepreneurship]

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Description Of The Business : Karen Solazzo, A Local Small Business Owner

- Description of the business Karen Solazzo is a local small business owner. He founded the company Gatehouse Properties Inc. and their goal is providing high quality property management services with integrity, professionalism and respect for their clients. The company owns 7 houses around Conestoga College (Doon campus - Kitchener) and they rent out the rooms for national and international students. Currently, there are more than 45 tenants and every year this number tends to grows because the company is always reinvesting in their business....   [tags: Business, Entrepreneurship, Small business]

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How Jayne Has The Successful Owner Of A Mobile Sandwich Concession

- In the last five years, Jayne has been the successful owner of a mobile sandwich concession called Janye’s Sandwich Stop. She creates fresh and tasty sandwich and other lunch items popular among the shoppers and workers in town, which made her business a big success. In the last year, Jayne has added three bicycle-towed concessions to her business, spreading her popular products to strategic locations in the region. Jayne utilized Facebook to promote her business, publish her daily menus and post the locations of her bicycle concessions....   [tags: Management, Strategic management, Business]

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Employee Engagement : It 's What Every Business Owner Dreams?

- Employee engagement...it’s what every business owner dreams of. In an ideal world, all businesses would have employees who are cheerful 24/7, optimistic about their jobs and passionate about producing quality work. But the reality is, it doesn’t always happen. Not because these employees are bad people, but because sometimes life gets in the way. People become overwhelmed by personal responsibilities, and as a result, their work may suffer. It doesn’t make them the worst employees in the world. It just means you need to find creative ways to motivate them....   [tags: Mobile phone, Smartphone, Health, Employment]

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Home Is The American Dream Of Becoming Homeowners

- Having come from parents that a couple of years ago accomplished the American dream of becoming homeowners, I know that one day I would like to become a homeowner as well. Now my parents fix and do to the house as they please. As before if they wanted to paint, fix, or do anything they had to go through someone see if they were able to do it. Or wait for them to come whenever they had a chance to fix the problem. It is better to own a home than rent because you know you have the stability of owning your own place which also brings a sense of freedom and security....   [tags: Real estate, Property, Owner-occupier]

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The Federal Housing Administration 203(B) Loans

- As a newcomer to the world of home buying in the state of Texas, it’s important to do research on loans and mortgages. Maybe you’re fed up with making rent payments or maybe you’re newly married and ready join the ranks of being a home owner. Put simply, you know you don’t have a lot of money and homes that need some repairs or updating are the only homes in your price range. This situation may seem less than ideal, but is one that many people are finding themselves in. Fear not, this is the age of do-it-yourself....   [tags: loans, mortages, home owner, fha]

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Film Industry: Office Space and Visioneers

- In the words of my father, the business owner, “being stuck in a schedule is similar to being trapped in a labyrinth from hell.” Depending on a specific person, a scheduled routine may be appreciated, however it is not to all people. People rely on schedules to fulfill their priorities for the day, like actors following a script. Society presents the issue of becoming a puppet to a scheduled routine in an individual’s life. This topic raises great controversy towards the irony of the schedule controlling people, rather than the people controlling the schedule....   [tags: work, negative effects, business owner]

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Toussaint L'Ouverture: Hero or Tyrant?

- ... With Ogé’s death, a void in leadership was left. Then, sighting the void, L’Ouverture joined the revolution as a doctor and small time commander. Soon, L’Ouverture gained a reputation for his orderly rule and for his training of soldiers in both guerrilla tactics and European shoulder-to-shoulder combat. What resulted from L’Ouverture’s involvement was a chain of events that would make a great impact upon the French Revolution. His involvement, and its intentions, causes one to question: was Toussaint L’Ouverture a hero or a tyrant....   [tags: slave, owner, overseet, read, write]

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The Dominican Republic, and its owner, Rafael Leonidas Trujillo

- The Dominican Republic, and its owner, Rafael Leonidas Trujillo All throughout the 20th century we can observe the marked presence of totalitarian regimes and governments in Latin America. Countries like Cuba, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic all suffered under the merciless rule of dictators and military leaders. Yet the latter country, the Dominican Republic, experienced a unique variation of these popular dictatorships, one that in the eyes of the world of those times was great, but in the eyes of the Dominicans, was nothing short of deadly....   [tags: History Politics Leaders World Essays]

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The Benefits of E-Commerce to the Small Business Owner

- Executives used to imagine their companies as the center of a solar system orbited by suppliers and customers. The Internet is changing that dramatically. Now the customer is becoming the center of the entire business universe. E-commerce relates to that part of e-business that includes transactions that involve money. The larger concept of e-business, however, goes well beyond buying and selling items on the Internet. E-business is about using information, technology, and resources to conduct business online....   [tags: Business Internet Argumentative Essays]

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Case Analysis : Crane Oversailing Without Permission

- (1) Obtaining an injunction to prevent further trespass; and/or (2) Seeking payment of a reasonable license fee through court proceedings Crane oversailing without permission is a trespass. In case (Anchor Brewhouse Developments Ltd v Berkeley House (Docklands Developments) Ltd (1987)), for example, the Berkeley’s crane oversailed Anchor Brewhouse’s land and was liable for trespass. Anchor Brewhouse succeeded in obtaining the injunction they were looking for as the Court found no “special circumstances” to prevent the injunction....   [tags: Tort, Tort law, Legal terms, Owner-occupier]

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Case Study : An Owner Of An Investment Property And A Property Manager Who Rents Out Two Apartment Units

- s an owner of an investment property and a property manager who rents out two apartment units, experience has dictated that there are a lot of things that an owner needs to be mindful of when operating a business. It is very important the owners are knowledgeable of the laws that apply to their organization in order to be prepared and prevent possible lawsuits from the city and citizens. The illegal incident that took place at Springfield Arms Apartments, an apartment renting business used primarily for students, is a classic breaking and entering case which questions who should be legally responsible for the damages that occurred....   [tags: Tort, Tort law, Negligence, Common law]

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Success For Any Small Business Owner Depends On The Lucrative Employment Of Sound Marketing Strategies

- Success for any small business owner depends on the lucrative employment of sound marketing strategies. It is essential that a business, especially a small business or fledgling company, define themselves as a company, because it only then, that the business can develop a business marketing strategy that is reliable. Moreover, a sound marketing strategy remains a crucial element for the development, as well as, the growth of the company allowing it to achieve, in addition to communicating both the goals and the objective of the business to all concerns (Hemley, 2013)....   [tags: Marketing, Product life cycle management]

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Professional Contract Formation : A Business Owner You Enter Into A Professional Relationship With Customers, Vendors Or Contractors

- Professional Contract Formation As a business owner you enter into a professional relationship with customers, vendors or contractors, on a regular basis. Contractual agreements are a fact of business, which also provide somewhat of a legal foundation that protect your business product, or service that you provide. In researching contracts, I discovered that not all contracts have to be reviewed by an Attorney to be a legal contract. Generally, to be legally valid, most contracts must contain two elements; 1. All parties must agree about an offer made by one party and accepted by the other....   [tags: Contract, Offer and acceptance]

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Models to Help the Improvement of your Business

- Six Sigma and Triple Bottom Line models are there to help with the improvement on a business. It really shows what business should go through to have a successful business. The models opens up the conversation about where you business should be. The process that you are going to take to help your business thrive. The models are here for instructions to teach businesses about the steps that should be included when you are questioning your company. Six Sigma and Three Bottom Line models are a great representation of what a business can be and shall be....   [tags: six sigma, triple bottom line, business owner]

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Fifty Shades of Skin Color

- ... They were, in fact and at last, free. (Morrison 138-139) These women were abused, but they still reared their children hospitably. Aunt Jimmy was a sweet, old woman that raised Cholly to the best of her ability, even though life in her shoes was hard, she was still able to give him an enjoyable childhood. Jimmy was proud of Cholly and valued the influence she had on him becoming a man; his corruptness and drunken life was not her fault, the events following her death caused him to walk down the wrong path covered with thorns and darkness....   [tags: Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, racist remarks]

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From Driver to Owner: A Comedy of Trials

- ... The downside, however, is that these establishments, much like a used car lot, tend to offer older, well-worn equipment. Much of their stock may have mechanical deficiencies. With the driver responsible for the mechanical maintenance and upkeep on his equipment, this may ultimately become cost-prohibitive over time, leaving him with difficulty in making his payments, be they weekly or monthly. Additionally, due to the in-house financing option, the interest may be very high, or the down payment required might be beyond what the driver is capable of producing....   [tags: driver, business, truck, equipment, lender]

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My Journey to Become a Tablet Owner

- My Journey to the Tablet I attended a field trip to the blockhouse at Luke AFB, Arizona. I was introduced to the SAGE Computer. I was immediately entranced by this complex piece of machinery made up of numerous parts and spanning several rooms. I couldn’t grasp exactly how this computer ran off vacuum tubes and relays. I recognized that the electronic computer would be the defining technology of my generation. I decided to learn more and be immersed in this world. I was a female in the 1980’s so we were discouraged from science, math and engineering....   [tags: technology, computer, entertainment]

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