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    Dell Business Risk Evaluation Dell Inc., with fiscal 2005 net revenue of $49.2 billion, is a premier provider of products and services worldwide that enable customers to build their information-technology and Internet infrastructures. Dell offers a broad range of enterprise systems (servers, storage, workstations, and networking products), client systems (notebook and desktop computer systems), printing and imaging systems, software and peripherals, and global services. During calendar 2004, Dell

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    It has been noted that the media and advertising industries have targeted the children in the process of selling products and services. Children are in the age range that is most influenced and are most desired for companies to sell products to. Minors are young and are therefore potential long-term consumers. Some of these advertising industries include companies selling credit cards, tobacco, alcohol, clothing and fast food. According to marketing expert James U. McNeal, PhD, author of "The Kids

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    The History of Levi Strauss & Co.

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    most successful American entrepreneurs the world would ever see. His father, a dry goods peddler, died when Loeb was just 16 years of age. While his brothers traveled to America in search of work, he remained, and took over his father’s trade. Selling products such as cloth, canvas and blankets enabled him to provide for his mother and sisters who waited in anticipation of leaving the country as well. Two years later, the family set out for their voyage to America and in the process, Loeb was given

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    recommendation and emphasize performance and service. Value segment conducts mainly customers who are primarily concerned with convenience and price. Thus, they like to avoid excavation and also tend to rely on independent plumber in selecting a product. Value segment falls in with DIY market, where people tend to buy in large retail shops, interested mainly in inexpensive models that are easy to install and they are also strongly price sensitive. Channel Main three channels of distribution are

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    Selling Products versus Images

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    Products or Images? What are they really selling? If an alien were shown an advertisement and asked to describe what product that particular company were selling, in most cases the alien would not know. The reason that the product itself would be unclear is that it is not actually being shown because the product is not what is most appealing to the consumer. The ideal or image that is most likely projected is the attention grabber. The fantasy that is being put forth by the company is what

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    consistent means of selling products, while humor has just recently become a major advertising technique. The two popular phrases, "sex sells" and "the shortest distance between two people is a good laugh," can definitely be used to characterize the majority of advertising in the 1990s. Despite the widespread success of using sex to sell products, there have been numerous negative repercussions as well, including diminished consumer self esteem, customer dissatisfaction with products, and slight community

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    Business as we know it is forever changing. Companies are reaching customers all over the world from the World Wide Web? How is this all possible? E-Commerce is the fastest growing way of selling products today. The start of E-Commerce was a benchmark in the history of business. In 1984 the EDI was invented. The technical name for this device was the electronic data exchange. This made it possible to make transactions electronically from business to customer. The EDI influence can be seen everywhere

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    E-Business

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    Introduction Since the introduction of dot.com companies in the late 90's to the way we do e-Business in today's market. Dot.com companies were a collection of start up companies selling products or service using the Internet. e-Business on the other hand is opening new avenues of collaboration in the apparel and retail industries, and companies across the supply chain. They proliferated in the late 1990's dot.com boom, a speculative frenzy of investment in Internet and Internet-related technicial

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    Spam: It Isn’t Just E-Mail Anymore

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    flourishing as strongly as ever over the Internet, these same merchants have a more powerful medium to utilize in advertising their products. In theory, there is nothing wrong with advertising fairly, honestly, and with the sole intent of selling products. Today, many of the advertisements on the Internet are not geared towards selling consumers honest and fair products. There are thousands of people who prey on the ignorant and computer illiterate. These advertisements are not always simply just

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    e-Business

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    business today. The movement into e-business is dramatically changing the way people buy and sell. Business is no longer a one for all concept, that concept is being replaced by a consumer economy that is driven by choice. These choices are not only in product and price but in shopping environment as well, where their transactions can take place face to face or in an online environment. Not only are traditional businesses completing their transactions with other businesses in such an online format, but

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