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  • Social Responsibilities Of Business - 1,699 words
    ... leges and universities and one member independent state college fund. These awards mark the AT&T Foundation's second consecutive year of support through this program, with a total of $494,000 in contributions now reaching 48 colleges in 11 states. According to the BSR Education Fund's Global Business Responsibility Resource Center, research shows that a company's role in its community is a factor in increasing profitability, promoting company image, reducing costs and elevating employee morale and customer loyalty. For example, a 1997 Walker Information survey found that employees involved in community activities were 30 percent more likely to want to continue working for a company and t ...
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  • Sabre - 2,120 words
    Sabre is a complex company that is difficult to fit into a specific industry. Although they were once a division of American Airlines, and remain closely tied to the airline industry, they are not direct competitors of other airline companies. Sabre has several business lines, therefore determining true competitors change with each business unit. Because the core competency is its computer reservation system, the competitive focus will be on other computer reservation system's companies. Currently Sabre is the market leader. Amadeus Global Travel Distribution, Galileo International, and Worldspan GDS are the other leaders in the CRS industry. Amadeus is a GDS and technology provider base out ...
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  • Internet - 1,441 words
    Chances are, anyone who is reading this paper has at one time, at least, surfed the net once. Don't worry if you haven't, I willexplain everything you need to know about the Internet and the World Wide Web. Including how it started, it's growth, and thepurpose it serves in today's society. The Internet was born about 20 years ago, as a U.S. Defense Department network called the ARPnet. The ARPnetwork was an experimental network designed to support military research. It was research about how to build networks that could withstand partial outages (like bomb attacks) and still be able to function. From that point on, Internet developers were responding to the market pressures, and began buildi ...
    Related: internet access, internet users, gun control, york city, statistics
  • Modems And Connections - 1,711 words
    The issues discussed here often overlook the very basic things you need to get a modem connection - if you've never used a modem, or you are doing a new installation, you may want to seek more basic help and troubleshooting information first. There are MANY factors that affect modem connection speed. A 33.6 modem will rarely get 33.6 connections (it requires a very clean line and clean routing to the server modem); 28.8 and 26.4 are more common. Similarly, a 56k modem will rarely get 56k - most people are getting 42-49.3k; a lucky few are getting rates in the low to mid-50's. The large group that is getting no 56k, or rates below 40k is the focus here. Low (*40k) rates can indicate a digital ...
    Related: cable modems, internet connection, internet access, services digital network, flex
  • Government Censorship - 2,219 words
    Thesis: Government Censorship would damage the atmosphere of the freedom to express ideas on the Internet; therefore, government should not encourage censorship. I. In the Internet community, there is a large volume of technical terms. For this reason, it is first necessary to examine the terminology specific to Internet. 1.The internet is a world wide computer network. 1.Electronic mail (email), which is one component of the Internet, approximates person to person letters, memoranda, notes and even phone calls. 2.Another term that is often used is electronic news (enews/Usenet), enews is a broadcast, free to the Internet medium. 3.The term FTP is also frequently used. File transfer protocol ...
    Related: censorship, internet censorship, u.s. government, internet service, communications decency
  • Ecommerce - 1,401 words
    ... ed magazine, the magazine of choice to the Internet community, has no problem getting Lexus and other high-end marketer's advertising. Even with the addition of the commercial on-line community, the demographic will remain high for many years to come. 10. To Answer Frequently Asked Questions Whoever answers the telephones in one's organization can tell one that their time is usually spent answering the same questions over and over again. These are the questions customers and potential customers want to know the answer to before they deal with one. Post them on a WWW page and one will have removed another barrier to doing business with one and freed up some time for that harried phone ope ...
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  • Ecommerce - 1,401 words
    ... ed magazine, the magazine of choice to the Internet community, has no problem getting Lexus and other high-end marketer's advertising. Even with the addition of the commercial on-line community, the demographic will remain high for many years to come. 10. To Answer Frequently Asked Questions Whoever answers the telephones in one's organization can tell one that their time is usually spent answering the same questions over and over again. These are the questions customers and potential customers want to know the answer to before they deal with one. Post them on a WWW page and one will have removed another barrier to doing business with one and freed up some time for that harried phone ope ...
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  • Windows Evolution - 1,394 words
    It wouldn't be fair to talk about the Windows Operating System without first looking at the origins of the company that developed it. William H. Gates III and Paul Allen founded Microsoft in 1975. They were both only 19 years old. In 1980 International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) chose Microsoft to write the operating system for the IBM PC personal computer, to be introduced the following year. As part of its contract with IBM, Microsoft was permitted to license the operating system to other companies. By 1984 Microsoft had licensed MS-DOS to 200 personal computer manufacturers, making MS-DOS the standard operating system for personal computers. In 1985 Microsoft released Windows, an ...
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  • Bill Gates And Economics - 1,297 words
    On October 28, 1955, William Henry Gates, lll, was born. Gates and his two sisters grew up in Seattle, Washington. His late mother was a teacher and his father is a lawyer. Gates went to public school until junior high in which he attended Lakeside School, where he met Paul Allen. In 1968, at the age 13, Gates began programming computers. Soon afterward, Gates, Allen, and some other students convinced a computer company to give them full access to a new minicomputer; in exchange they would try to find flaws in the system. Gates spent most of his time on the computer figuring out its program language. In 1972, Gates and Allen started their first business. They made car-counting machines for t ...
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  • Intrnational Mkt Research Canada - 4,307 words
    Canada -- USA's Largest Trading Partner Company Specific -- Massasoit Machine, Inc. D Canada - New England Trade Summary, 1997 F (SIC-3081) - Machine Shop Industry G List of Major Industries for SIC-3081 (Machine Shop) H Internet Access for International Business, Economics, Massasoit Machine, Inc. requested the Rhode Island Export Assistance Center to perform a research study of the Canadian market for its product as a first step in the consideration of an increased effort to expand their market in Canada. If successful this could provide a methodology to address other international markets. This report presents the results of this research study. It includes an overview of Canada and of th ...
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  • Billy Bob - 294 words
    , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , korn , , , , , , , football , Two blondes decided to rob a bank together. The first blonde, plans the * robbery and goes over the plan with the second blonde in great detail. * The first blonde drives up in front of the bank, stops the car and says * the other blonde, "I want to make absolutely sure you understand the * You are supposed to be in and out of the bank in no more than three * with the cash. Do you understand the plan?" * "Perfectly," she said. She goes in the bank while the other waits in * getaway car. One minute passes, two minutes pass...seven minutes pass - * and the first blonde is really stressing out. Finally, the bank doors * open a ...
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  • The Internet And The Media - 629 words
    The media today can be scandalous and misleading. However, the media provides much needed information. It can be helpful, When you go online its almost as if a world of information is opened to you. The media plays a large part in this. Every time a website is accessed an ad will pop up for some product or service. There is as much advertising on the net as there is on TV. There is advertising for the net everywhere. There are commercials The net has become a major influence in life today. A part of it has floated into almost every part of life. Life is being made easier by the net. There are so many services available to people now that they virtually dont have to leave their homes. In fact ...
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  • Children And The Internet - 1,807 words
    Although the U.S. created the Internet in the 1960s as a communications tool for the military, it was not until after the government opened it to the public in the late 1980s that the Internet became a unique communications phenomenon. Nobody could predict the speed by which people all over the world grabbed onto this new form of technological communication. In 1995, there were an estimated 56 million Internet users worldwide; by 1999, this figure is expected to rise to 200 million. This tremendous growth has caused something our world has never seen before; for the first time in history, the governments of this planet are facing something that is larger than all of them combined . . . and t ...
    Related: internet access, internet filtering, internet pornography, internet service, internet users
  • Hrm - 1,189 words
    ... f by re-thinking the dimensions of your job. Another woman who has made inroads on the international front is Monique Maddy. As part of a graduate program at Harvard, she decided to study the commercial potential for expanded phone service in Tanzania. Instead of holing up in a library, she led a team of six students to Africa for a three-month investigation; a $100,000 venture she financed by selling her research in advance to Sprint, Motorola, GE and Lockheed Martin. Eventually, after almost going bankrupt and fracturing her leg in a running accident, Adesemi Communications International has 1000 wireless pay phones in Tanzania and contracts in Ghana and Sri Lanka are imminent. The com ...
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  • Free Trade In Americas Interest - 1,088 words
    No nation was ever ruined by trade, stated Benjamin Franklin in the 18th century. Franklin's maxim is just as true today as it was in the 18th century in that trade is enriching nearly all nations today. In the past ten years free trade has done more to alleviate poverty than any well-intentioned law, regulation, or social policy in history. Even the United States benefits from opening its markets to free trade. Two epochal forces are sweeping the world today: the spread of new technology and the spread of free markets. Their combined effect has been to let capital, labor, and production move more freely across borders. This freedom of movement has allowed for a more efficient allocation of ...
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  • Etrade - 1,527 words
    Provider of online investing services. It has established a popular, branded destination Web site for self-directed investors. It offers automated order placement and execution, along with a suite of products that can be personalized. (Dow Jones Interactive) As of September 30, 1999, Etrade had 1,551,000 active brokerage accounts, up 185% for the year, with assets held in customer brokerage accounts in excess of $28.4 billion, up 154% from last year. We began offering online investing services through the Internet in February 1996, and it has been our most rapidly growing channel, with transactions over the Internet and through online service providers representing more than 90% of our fourt ...
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  • Asdfg - 663 words
    Search Live! Shopping Raging Bull Free Internet Access Email Find: Language: any languageEnglishChineseCzechDanishDutchEstonianFinn ishFrenchGermanGreekHebrewHungarianIcelandicItalia nJapaneseKoreanLatvianLithuanianNorwegianPolishPor tugueseRomanianRussianSpanishSwedish • Help • Family Filter is off • Language Settings Advanced Web Search Click the products tab to earn shopping rewards. What is a tab? Products News Discussions The Web Images MP3/Audio Video Directories PUBLISHED. UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS. FOR THE FOURTH CIRCUIT. No. 96-1814. No. 96-2316. CHRISTY BRZONKALA, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. VIRGINIA... URL: www.nacua.org/documents/Brzonkala v VirginiaTech.html Last ...
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  • Computer Privacy - 364 words
    In the information technology world today there is a problem that can ruin a company. Bad publicity and finger pointing usually precede the problem. After this the federal government steps in and regulates things. The problem I am referring to is computer privacy. This issue was non existent a few years ago however with the proliferation of computer use and Internet access the privacy of end users is suddenly becoming a hot topic. This is not a new issue as advertisers have used databases with anonymous user information for years. Many of the major credit reporting agencies actually sell this information to companies. Most people have often felt there was nothing they could do about it so it ...
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  • Proposed Marketing Plan For Amazoncom - 5,154 words
    ... g destination to find anything. Currently there are only a few types of products available, books, music, toys, electronics, movies, and home improvement items. Branching into other areas such as automotive, apparel, jewelry, office equipment, and recreational merchandise, to name a few, is necessary to achieve Amazon.com's goal of providing every type of product. Even though someone may want to buy a pack of gum online, Amazon.com needs to decide on boundaries for its product lines to prevent unprofitable maintenance of merchandise rarely purchased online. The harder an item is to find in the real world, the more profitable it would be to sell that product online. The following chart sh ...
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  • Ecomm - 1,034 words
    We reached a time in history which is extraordinary. The event that started it all is called the internet. The Internet provides, advertising, research, games, and e-commerce. I deciced to form a e-commerce business stragey. The new I.T. department called Web Cart is part of a supermarket chain called Flaingeo Supermarket. It's a medium size company with 20,000 plus employees. It has 25 stores in 19 different states. The Colorado area has six in metro Denver and about three more in Colorado. Revenue generated is about 400,000 dollars a month. The IT department would be in charge of providing electronic transaction via the Internet. Customers would have the opportunity to purchase groceries i ...
    Related: small business, e-commerce business, internet access, spiegel, intersection
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