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  • American Barrick Case

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    Executive Summary Gold is a particularly volatile commodity that has not been traditionally hedged against price risk, but over the years many firms in the industry have adopted risk management strategies with great enthusiasm. Particularly zealous is the American Barrick Resources Corporation. The company embraced risk management and even incorporated it into one of its main business objectives. Over the years American Barrick has grown into a successful and fast-growing firm, however after discovering

  • Bodybuilding Essay

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    Introduction Bodybuilding not only has evolved but, over the years we see how it effects many lives especially adolescents. As I research the concept of body building my personal interest in body building is my motivation. I also see this research as a stepping-stone into the future as my potential career as a body builder and what I should be aware of in order to protect my health and the health of other adolescents. As a coach this makes me knowledgeable and aware of the positive and negative influences

  • Mountain Dew

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    Mountain Dew The Mountain Dew case centers on the decision that the BBDO team and Pepsi executives made in regards to the Super Bowl advertisements to be aired in 2000. The creative team came up with 10 possible scenarios. Since their meeting took place in October (4 months prior to the Super Bowl) they had little time to produce the ads. The 10 concepts were quickly whittled down to 5 and the executives wanted to whittle them down to 3 in which to produce. From those 3, the best 2 would be

  • HTC EVO: The First of Its Kind

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    Cellular phone technology has increased dramatically over the last ten years. They started with the basic idea of calling people and now cell phones have an endless amount of possibilities. Since cell phones can do so many things, buying one can be a rather difficult task. If you are choosing a phone on the Sprint cell phone network, the HTC EVO 4G is one of their top rated phones. With that being said, is the HTC EVO 4G the right smart phone for you? The HTC EVO is a smart phone on the Sprint cell

  • Growth of the Computer Industry

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    stry Bloomberg-Businessweek http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/oct2004/nf20041012_4018_PG2_db083.htm World Socialist Website http://www.wsws.org/articles/1999/nov1999/micr-n11.shtml Bukisa http://www.bukisa.com/articles/264872_the-downside-of-technology Family Safe Media http://familysafemedia.com/pornography_statistics.html#anchor4 Business Course http://waddahjerk.com/2010/08/the-global-computer-industry-goes-green.html

  • The Malaysian Economy: Booming

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    The Malaysian Economy: Booming The Economy: Following a period of severe and prolonged recession, the Malaysian economy has returned to growth aided by a relaxation of monetary and fiscal policies and by increased export demand, particularly in the electronics sector. While the world economic slowdown was more severe than expected and the unprecedented September 11 events in the United States had widespread implications for all economies, Malaysia was able to steer away from a major economic contraction

  • Policy Time Lag Essay

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    time. For that reason, it may possibly take several months for the fiscal policy to pass through the economy and affect aggregate demand, which by then may be too late. In addition, time lags are downsides to fiscal policy because they could make an economic problem worse rather than better. Another downside to fiscal policy is the impact it has on national debt. According to the article, Our Democratic Debt, from 2009 to 2013, the federal government’s total debt is approaching $18 trillion, with current

  • Outsourcing: Pros and Cons

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    Recently outsourcing has been in the news, especially during political election years. It seems to be a phenomenon that is causing much concern among the population. But exactly how is outsourcing effecting both workers and businesses? And is it as big of a problem as politicians describe? Mankiw and Swagel (2006) argue outsourcing is not as large a phenomenon as the media describes. Their research indicates outsourcing accounts for very little of job loss in the United States, nor has it made a

  • The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Globalization

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    of globalization, from free trade to the free movement of labour, can also be a downside for specific countries and economies. One of the biggest downsides of globalization is the harm it can cause to economies at an early stage of development. Free trade forces all countries to compete using an even playing field, which puts less developed countries behind their more developed counterparts. Another downside of globalization is the phenomenon known as ‘labor drain.’ Since globalization

  • Analysis Of Electronic Cigarette

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    The image illustrates how electronic cigarette does not have the downsides of tobacco cigarette such as toxic chemicals, yellow teeth, and smelly clothes, which relates to the rhetoric and visual appeal Pathos, the emotional appeal (Carabelli, et al, 87). Every smoker is harmed from the yellow teeth and the smell of cigarette