Samples "Corporations"


Avon: A New Era

Avon is the largest cosmetic multinational company based in the United States. It history dates back to the time when women were oppressed and dominated to an extent where they could not vote in their country. The company’s products enhance women’s beauty. For a multinational company, it is a global...

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929 words | 4 page(s)
Evaluation of Gordon MacKenzie’s Orbiting the Giant Hairball

Gordon MacKenzie's Orbiting the Giant Hairball is an examination of corporate culture that essentially argues for more creativity in the workplace. MacKenzie believes that a lack of creativity often results from a corporate, or even social culture that favors conformity. Three main points that MacKenzie addresses are the value of...

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653 words | 3 page(s)
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Principles of Corporate Governance

Principles of cooperate governance are made to help the policy makers to develop legal regulations and a framework for corporate governance. The principles promote financial stability and sustainable growth which that all stakeholders who include board members, executives, service providers and financial intermediaries work to achieve (OECD, 2015). The laws...

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921 words | 4 page(s)
Should Corporations Be Allowed to Finance Political Campaigns?

Alexander and Hanson (2012) make a balanced case both for and against the issue of corporations being allowed to finance political campaigns. And it is true that there are two sides to the argument. It appears from the evidence that there is a stronger case for allowing corporations to finance...

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546 words | 3 page(s)
JetBlue Case Study

JetBlue is an American based airline company operating within the United States its surrounding regions of the Caribbean, Latin America and South America. In the first two years of operation, the company’s profits had grown extensively despite the fact that the airline industry in the United States faced big challenges...

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825 words | 4 page(s)