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Dermatology Case: Body lice

The patient was an 11 year old female. She presented herself with complaints of unusual fatigue and red welts on her calves and ankle areas on both legs. The welts were small and red and there was a darkening of the skin around the irritated areas. The skin was appeared...

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Case analysis

Guided by managerial accountability precept Woolsey would have to take up the role of the executive rather than the judge; thus, firing the CIA officers named in the inspector general's report such as the DO Ted as it would require he show authority by demanding responsibility of Aldrich Ames' actions....

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Marketing Case Study: JC Penney and Johnson

Over the years, the company has been successful until its management came up with new pricing strategies that would only hurt the company. Business magazines, reviewers, and analyst say that these new pricing strategies by J.C Penney are a strategic mistake that will haunt J.C Penney. On the other hand,...

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Hotel and Motel Management

From the details in this case, it is apparent that the case, Romanski v. Detroit Entertainment L.L.C., relates to false imprisonment of a guest who had visited a hotel establishment. In this case, the guest, Stella Romanski and her two friends had visited a casino operated by the defendants, Detroit...

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Case Study Analysis

The fundamental reasons for Gate Gourmet’s success in today’s market is that they provide one-stop shopping for the airlines. The case study describes every details of the services that Gate Gourmet provides, which includes everything from meal preparation to headphone service. Because Gate Gourmet is able to offer this comprehensive...

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Case Study Analysis – Starbucks and McDonalds Code-of-Ethics Comparison

Each public/private sector business should conduct all activities in compliance with their respective code-of-ethics. While most codes appear to be constructed in a manner that appears to be mostly geared towards public relations, enforceable information always lies within the respective code. The codes for McDonalds and Starbucks are presented within...

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Case Study: The Kitchenware Company

Based on the knowledge about the company, the company has not been growing too fast. It has been experiencing several operations problems with the management as well as stock movement. At the beginning, there was much complains from the customers about the product lines and also the company management also...

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Citibank Subprime Case Study

The Citibank case study details the proposed acquisition of Associates First Capital Corporation by Citigroup. It tells a bit about the CEO of Citigroup and his background, interests, and view towards the acquisition. While the case study offers no explicit questions about how handling the merger, the news reports and...

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Managers and Mental Problems: Should Managers Be Concerned?

Managers have a number of different concerns, but one of the biggest has to do with how to deal with the mental problems of subordinates. Some believe that managers should draw a line, worrying only about the performance of employees and not the more intricate details of a subordinate’s life....

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Omnitel Pronto Italia Case Study

Describe the general trends for cellular telephones and cellular telephone usage in Europe in 1995. In general, customers in a variety of markets wanted better services and lower fees. This meant that deregulation was forcing the large state owned entities to become privatized and diversify from their old models. The...

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Case Study Of An Aviation Accident

The chosen case study is the runway excursion of continental airlines flight 1404, Boeing 737-500, in Denver, Colorado on December 2008; the plane was destined for Houston, Texas at the time of the accident. During takeoff, a post-fire emanated that left five people seriously injured, forty with minor injuries and...

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Legal Studies

The legal case put forth over the Balfour Lane property located at 22 Balfour Lane, Mashpee, MA does contain a number of interesting legal questions with regard to intent of sale and intent of payment to close sale. The agreed sale price of $300,000.00 is found to be below the...

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Create a Case Study Tutorial

Results and Evaluation The sample size of the sample population for the study is n = 100 and n – 1 = 99. The age distribution is asymmetric with 49% of respondents between the age of 18-25 and 2% between the age of 50 and 57. 51% of respondents are...

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Executive Search: Unexpected Directions May Benefit the Organization

The following paper consists of a review of the case study Executive Search: Unexpected Directions May Benefit the Organization published by Bridgestar. The article itself is based on the experiences of the mental health service agency Fellowship Health Resources in their endeavor to fill leadership gaps within the company that...

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Case Study: Xerox & Diversity

The Xerox Corporation has a long history of promoting diversity in the workplace. Since its first CEO in the 1960s, the company has internally set its moral compass toward building diversity from within. For example in the 1970s, Xerox took affirmative action seriously and sought to establish equal hiring processes....

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ARM: Motivation Within an Innovative Work Environment

ARM Holdings PLC is one of the leading semiconductor intellectual property suppliers in the world (ARM, 2013), working to supply the research and development for companies the world over in order to work to make digital electronics cheaper and more cost efficient since 1997. The case study looks at the...

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Dax Cowart Case

The case of Dax Cowart serves as a paradigmatic example of the issues that form the basis of bioethics. As a result of an explosion in 1973 in Texas, Cowart experienced the burning of over two-thirds of his body, blindness and the loss of function of both of his hands....

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Who Should Pay? – Business Case

Whenever the issue of health care costs are discussed, many individuals do not want to equate the value of a human life with the costs associated for care. However, the reality remains that this must be part of the discussion. It is not to quantify the value of a life;...

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