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    Exxon and Mobil

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    Exxon and Mobil Exxon and Mobil were two big competitors in the oil industry. In the 20th century, Exxon and Mobil operated with relatively low-price, and in low-margin environments. The market in the United States and Europe have grown and matured, allowing them both to grow with great success. The competitiveness has tightened worldwide in the crude oil business. Both companies have continued to advance new technologies, introducing new marketing innovations. They have extend there reach into

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    Mobil Commerce

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    Mobil Commerce "The greatest wealth in the 21st century will not be made from products or services, but rather by the company that creates the conduit for international m-commerce through the mobile device" (Unknown author) As defined by market analysts, mobile commerce is the natural extension of e-commerce that allows consumers to make business via a wireless mode anytime, anywhere and always –on. It uses digital cellular phones, PDAs, pagers, notebooks and even cars can already be online

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    Exxon Mobil

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    ExxonMobil is the largest publicly traded oil and gas producing company. ExxonMobil does business in 200 countries world-wide (1). Some countries are designated for exploring gas and petroleum, and some are designated for manufacturing chemicals, lubricants, and market fuels (1). ExxonMobil's world-class petroleum portfolio gives access to proven reserves of 21.9 billion oil-equivalent barrels of oil and gas, which is the highest in the industry (1). The company's discovered resources consist of

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    Exxon Mobil Corporation Audit Memo

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    Introduction: We have been engaged to audit the financial statements for Exxon Mobil Corporation (ExxonMobil) and assess the effectiveness of their internal controls for the fiscal year ended December 31st, 2010 in compliance with the laws of the state of Texas and the standards set forth by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB). In the previous memo sent, we outlined the client’s high inherent risk due to the account balances and transactions, foreign currency translations and the

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    Exxon Mobil

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    Exxon Mobil 1. Exxon Mobil's nature of business is a natural haven for criticism; reporting record profits for 2005 only added fuel to the fire so to speak. The topic of nearly every conversation around the country had something to do with how much people were shelling out at the pumps or how the cost of most consumer goods was increasing a rate never experienced before; Exxon Mobil's feat did nothing but bring negative attention to the firm. However, Exxon Mobil knew that their profits wouldn't

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    Exxon Mobil Corporation was incorporated in the State of New Jersey in 1882. Mr. Rex W. Tillerson is the current CEO, Director and President of ExxonMobil Corporation. He was appointed Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2006. According to Annual Report Form 10-K, Mr. Tillerson still carries these positions. Exxon Mobil’s nature of business is “energy, involving exploration, form and production of, crude oil and natural gas, manufacture of petroleum products and transportation

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    Exxon Mobil Case Analysis

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    ExxonMobil is a multinational oil and gas company with its headquarters offices in Irving, Texas. It was formed in 1999 through a definitive agreement between Exxon Corporation and Mobil Oil Corporation to merge and create a new company. In essence, the corporation produces, distributes and sells oil and natural gas across the world. The structure and culture help it survive the price burst which often occurs in the global oil market. Notably, among its largest competitors, ExxonMobil generates high

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    Exxon Mobil

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    Exxon Mobil Exxon Mobil is listed as one of the world’s largest fortune 500 companies according to Fortune Magazine, 2006. Because of its size, I became interested in this company for my research paper on corporate social responsibility. Exxon Mobile has a rich history that dates back to 1859. It all started when two individuals drilled an oil well in Pennsylvania. In 1870, Rockefeller and his associates formed the Standard Oil Company. Many businessmen, such as Thomas Edison and the Wright Brothers

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    SWOT Analysis

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    production growth of 25%-30% in 2012, and is projected to be self-funding in 2013 (Strategy, 2012). Weaknesses The company lacks the scale to compete with large players in which it operates. Several of its competitors are much larger, such as Exxon Mobil Corporation, with recorded $370 billion in revenues and employed about 80,000 people in FY2010 (ExxonMobil, 2010); Chevron Corporation, which recorded 198 billion in revenues and employed about 58,000 people during the same period (Corporate Fact Sheet

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    Exxon Merger Essay

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    Prior to the year of 1999, Exxon and Mobil were the two largest American oil companies, which were direct descendants of the John D. Rockefeller’s broken up Standard Oil Company. In 1998 Exxon and Mobil signed an eighty billion dollar merger agreement in hope to form Exxon Mobil Corporation, the largest company ever created. Such a merger seems astonishing, not only because it reunited parts of Rockefeller’s Standard Oil Company, but also because it would be extremely difficult for the Federal Trade

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