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  • Dell Inc. Case Study

    Dell Inc. Case Study

    Brief Background Summary How would you like to take a $1,000 investment to start a company and turn it into 41 billion dollars revenue producing enterprise in just twenty years? I'm sure everyone would, but it became a reality for one man, Michael Dell. Michael Dell is the current CEO of Dell, Inc, one of the largest companies in the world. He started this company back in 1984 with just $1,000 at the age of

    Essay Length: 1,653 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: December 8, 2009 By: Mike
  • Case Study on Unitedhealth Group

    Case Study on Unitedhealth Group

    With health care insurance being the most popular business in the United States UnitedHealth Group now faces federal investigation for compensating Chief Executive Officer (CEO) William McGuire with option profits profiting $1.6 billion. Many other chief executives are questioning if this types of practice in legal, while others are say that the boards of directors of UnitedHealth Group are too easy at the same time generous. History In 1974, Charter Med Inc. was founded by

    Essay Length: 1,338 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 9, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Daewoo Case Study

    Daewoo Case Study

    BACKGROUND In the late 1990s, the leading South Korean car manufacturer, Daewoo Motors (Daewoo), was in deep financial trouble. For the financial year ending 1999-2000, Daewoo generated revenues of $197.8 million and a net loss after tax of $10.43 billion (13.7 trillion won). The company's revenues had dropped by 94% since 1999. The loss reported was also three times higher than that reported in 1999, and was ranked as South Korea's largest ever corporate loss.

    Essay Length: 9,234 Words / 37 Pages
    Submitted: December 9, 2009 By: Stenly
  • Mis 7-Eleven Case Study

    Mis 7-Eleven Case Study

    Management Information Systems BUA5MIS Case Study No. 1 - 7 - Eleven Kimberley McGinnes, Shaun Brooks, Rohan Malhotra & Siddhartha Khoba 7 - Eleven Management Information Systems - 7 - Eleven Store Mini Case Overview of 7 - Eleven. 7 - Eleven commenced operation on 11th July 1927 in Dallas Texas and has gone on to be an industry leader for more than 40 years ( Originally the stores operated from 7am to 11pm, a

    Essay Length: 4,466 Words / 18 Pages
    Submitted: December 9, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Costco Wholesale Case Study

    Costco Wholesale Case Study

    Executive Summary Costco Wholesale is recognized as the largest wholesale club operator in the US. Over the three-year time period of 2002-2004, this company has expanded its membership base while increasing its number of warehouses both in the U.S. and internationally. In 2004 alone, net sales increased 13.1% over the prior year, driven by an increase in comparable sales of 10% and the opening of twenty new warehouses; net income increased for fiscal 2004 by

    Essay Length: 317 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 10, 2009 By: Artur
  • Case Study: Ebay

    Case Study: Ebay

    Introduction/Summary eBay is synonymous with internet commerce. The website offers no product, only an e-commerce platform that aligns buyers and sellers. eBay gains it revenue by charging a fee to the seller to post a product, sell the product and merchant fees for the product (if the buyer chooses to use the PayPal option). eBay is based out of San Jose, California and half of their users are outside of the United States. Per the

    Essay Length: 720 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 10, 2009 By: Victor
  • Arundel Case Study

    Arundel Case Study

    This case report discussed the financial and business situation of an investment group, Arundel Partners. Arundel partners focused its investments on the sequel rights of that �associated with firms produced by one or more major U.S. movie studios’. As owner of the rights, Arundel could continue or reject the production of sequel. Business The proposal was innovative but at the same time, very risky. According to the case report, �Arundel would purchase the sequel rights

    Essay Length: 727 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 10, 2009 By: Mike
  • Coral Divers Resort Case Study

    Coral Divers Resort Case Study

    Weakness – 1. No Capital 2. Loss of Profit 3. Competition Core Problem Coral Divers Resort is facing increasing competition, a shift in what vacationers desire, and decreasing revenues. Jonathon Greywell needs to examine his business and decide what course of action to take. ... He could make the resort more family-oriented. ... This strategy, while plausible in the overall business sense, will not benefit Coral Divers Resort. ... A second alternative is to make

    Essay Length: 526 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Nextcard - a Marketing Case Study

    Nextcard - a Marketing Case Study

    Company Overview NextCard was an internet-based provider of consumer credit founded in 1996 with a mission to revolutionize the credit card industry with its online application and approval process. Their product, NextCard Visa, was promoted as the “First True Internet Visa” and was marketed exclusively through the company website. The NextCard Visa could be used for both online and offline purchases and offered product and service enhancements specifically designed for the internet enabled consumer. At

    Essay Length: 570 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Mike
  • Arundel Case Study

    Arundel Case Study

    BACKGROUND & PROPOSAL In April of 1992, a movie industry analyst name Mr. David Davis of Paul Kegan Associates, Inc. was approached with an interesting and fresh business idea. The proposal was to create a new investment group, Arundel Partners, that would exist solely for the purpose of purchasing sequel rights to motion pictures produced by major U.S. movie studios. The proposal was unusual in that studios rarely sold rights to sequels prior to 1992,

    Essay Length: 2,092 Words / 9 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Jon
  • Dell Case Study

    Dell Case Study

    A student at the university of texas at austin by the name of michael dell founded the company as PC's limited. He started trading in the belief that if customers got these pc's directly and if there was a direct contact with the customers, you could understand much better of what customers needs are. Micheal dell dropped out of college to focus full time on his business which he started after getting $300,000 from his

    Essay Length: 604 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Steve
  • Management Info System Case Study

    Management Info System Case Study

    Shafin Hossain Management Info System 11/01/06 2217-402-04 Fall 06 Case Study Summary: The SyberWorks Training Center Suite provides an end-to-end training management solution for training companies offering all types of e-Learning and traditional classroom based training. They need a MIS program in place. Customer Profile: Founded in 1997, Information Mapping Inc. is a privately-held, international organization delivering Information Lifecycle Solutions through its three divisions: Information Mapping, Learning Programs, Professional Services, and Technology Solutions. Information Mapping

    Essay Length: 1,003 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Fatih
  • Nucor Case Study

    Nucor Case Study

    Business Summary and Strategy Nucor is the largest steel manufacturer in the United States. It remains a profitable company despite being in one of the most cyclical industries in the economy. Nucor enjoys this success for several reasons, employee relations, quality, productivity, and aggressive pursuit of innovation and technical excellence. NucorЎ¦s strategy is that of a low cost provider, they know they are selling a commodity and understand their competitive edge in the industry is

    Essay Length: 638 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Kevin
  • Bmw Case Study

    Bmw Case Study

    Introduction BMW is facing quality problems and competition from Japanese entrants. Japanese automakers offer luxury cars at a lower price and higher quality with shorter lead times for new product introduction. The higher quality of Japanese cars has also redefined industry standards and customers are starting to expect higher quality in cars. To improve quality, BMW proposed a prototyping approach where prototypes are built with technology, equipment and workers that resemble the factory. Engineers will

    Essay Length: 989 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Tasha
  • Sears Case Study

    Sears Case Study

    This memo is in regards to addressing several key issues that have currently came to light regarding, the lack of communicating vital information within the company, and the companies business practices of handling consumer credit card debt. In order to appropriately address the situation at hand, we must first understand the events that got us to where we are. As people file for bankruptcy, it is understood that they will receive protection from creditors and

    Essay Length: 994 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Mike
  • Tivo Case Study

    Tivo Case Study

    As it launched in 1999, perhaps America wasn’t ready for the PVR (personal video recorder), or perhaps people were simply not aware of what had been created. Whatever the case may have been, the company named TiVo needed the success it had been lacking and the recognition it deserved. It was a slow start and a journey of anxiety even the company was backed by massive companies such as AOL-Time Warner, DirecTV and NBC

    Essay Length: 1,165 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: December 11, 2009 By: Wendy
  • Wal-Mart Case Study

    Wal-Mart Case Study

    1. What were the main elements of the control system that Sam Walton created? It is evident that Sam Walton believed in the importance of control systems in an organization; as he established certain strategic control systems in the company. Walton wanted everyone within the organization to be committed to Wal-Mart's goal "total customer satisfaction", and the strategic control systems were set accordingly. There are various elements of control systems used in Wal-Mart which are:

    Essay Length: 1,136 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Tasha
  • Let It Pour - Case Study

    Let It Pour - Case Study

    Abstract In contrast of problems and dilemmas that plague health care, and those facilities that provide treatment, the solutions to these problems are omnipresent at the core of administration. That is, these administrations are tasked, or charged, with the evolutionary changes that stem from fiduciary, medical, and technical components of the industry that are designed to not only provide the highest quality in health care, but affordable, and competent health care professionals that strive to

    Essay Length: 2,279 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Top
  • The Boing and McDonnell Douglas Merger Case Study

    The Boing and McDonnell Douglas Merger Case Study

    Case Study: Boeing versus Airbus: Two Decades of Trade Disputes The Boeing-McDonnell Douglas Merger As the two largest producers in the commercial aircraft industry, Boeing and Airbus have been in a long rivalry for over two decades. Because of its huge research and development cost and a volatile market demand situation, the large commercial aircraft industry has only a few viable producers that can successfully operate in this industry. At the end of 1996, there

    Essay Length: 1,297 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Edward
  • Gm Case Study

    Gm Case Study

    The action plan of GM should be to extensively evaluate all of their foreign alliances, and through analysis determine the overall benefits of each of their partnerships. GM should eliminate any alliances, which are not beneficial to the firm, or could be seen as not mutually beneficial between both GM and the partner alliance. Alliances, which are not mutually beneficial or more beneficial to one of the firms, are generally viewed as more advantageous and

    Essay Length: 1,019 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Anna
  • Exxon Case Study

    Exxon Case Study

    Exxon is one of the world's largest publicly traded oil and gas producers. Last year, its net income surged to $36.1 billion, the highest for any American corporation and a 43 percent jump from the previous year. That is a legacy Mr. Tillerson is proud to defend. Exxon has really been about discipline. What Exxon brings to the table is their balance sheet, the technical expertise, and their operational management and development. That is where

    Essay Length: 557 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Wendy
  • Summarize and Discuss the Tensions Apparent in Contemporary Cultural and Communications Policy Debates. Include a Case Study Analysis of a Specific Policy Statement, Which Names and Discusses the Specific Rhetorical Frameworks Informing the Author's State

    Summarize and Discuss the Tensions Apparent in Contemporary Cultural and Communications Policy Debates. Include a Case Study Analysis of a Specific Policy Statement, Which Names and Discusses the Specific Rhetorical Frameworks Informing the Author's State

    First and foremost there are several approaches to the defining what is media policy. It is defined by Garnham as ‘the study of the ways in which public authorities shape, or try to shape, the structures and practices of the media…the study of the reasons for these policies, both in the sense of the reasons given by policy makers for their policies…in the sense of the economic, social, political and cultural forces to which the

    Essay Length: 2,442 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Bred
  • Harly Davidson Case Study

    Harly Davidson Case Study

    Harley Davidson Inc. Management 322 Companyўs Overview In 1903 William Harley and Arthur Davidson made the first Harley-Davidson motorcycle available to the public. It was built in a small wooden shed with the words “Harley-Davidson Motor Company” written on the door. The next year, in 1904, C.H. Lang opened the first Harley-Davidson dealership in Chicago, selling one of the first 3 Harleyўs ever made. In 1906 the company opened a new factory, in Milwaukee,

    Essay Length: 7,061 Words / 29 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Edward
  • Timberland Case Study

    Timberland Case Study

    Introduction Timberland has a long time history of providing quality products that are made to be both comfortable and protective. The company can be traced back to a one-man shoe repair shop in 1918 run by Nathan Swartz. His products were very successful and led the beginning of Abington Shoe Company in 1955. Mr. Swartz continued to run the business his son Sidney became involved as well. Together they created the first truly waterproof boot

    Essay Length: 2,590 Words / 11 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Victor
  • Mgt 350 - Let It Pour Case Study

    Mgt 350 - Let It Pour Case Study

    Running head: LET IT POUR CASE STUDY Let it Pour Case Study MGT 350 Vicki Van Horn June 8, 2005 Let it Pour Case Study Today is Chris’ first day as Executive Assistant, at Faith Community Hospital. Although the sky is grey and it’s pouring outside, it seems that his spirits can’t be brought down. That is, until he gets called in to meet with his new boss. Then, the reality of his new profession

    Essay Length: 1,238 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: December 12, 2009 By: Anna

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