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Outsourceing Framework - 1,025 words
Intent: To provide the company and practitioners with tools and guidelines for addressing both domestic and multi-national sourcing needs. This outsourcing methodology consists of three activities covering the assessment, procurement, implementation, and ultimate maintenance of an arrangement between the company and their outsourcing vendors. A. The summary of tradeoffs to meet its business and financial goals through the next five years, the company needs to leverage technology advances, changes in the regulatory environment, cost reduction opportunities resulting from privatization of service vendors abroad and the proliferation of the information technology by transforming its photo equip ...
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Deception In Advertising - 1,346 words
... is case Screen Test USA claimed that after signing the contract individuals gave up their right to return or request refund on products and services received. This Notice of Cancellation must be included in any direct marketing or door to door business, with two copies given to the buyer. In this case not only were individuals not given this information when they contacted the organization they were denied the right to cancel. The Federal Trade Commission makes decisions on cases everyday. How this decision is reached requires not what the advertiser meant but instead what is implied. The FTC considers the person delivering the statement, a normal speaker of English, using the words in c ...
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The Internet: Its Effects And Its Future - 3,018 words
... ies and homes safe harbors from sexual pedophiles- people whose sexual fantasies focus on girls or boys- from around the world. In the past photographs of children being raped, sexually abused and exploited were sold at high prices through tightknit, difficult-to-access networks. Today, those illegal pictures are available for free online, at any hour of the day. Anyone with rudimentary computer skills and an interest in the material can obtain it. Computer networks can also allow pedophiles to identify and contact potential victims without revealing their identities. Often, adult predators pretend to be children until they have gained their victims' confidence. Federal law defines child ...
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Prostitution - 1,176 words
... multiple studies cited by the New South Wales Parliament's Brothels Task Force documenting reduced rates of infection, including a 90% decline in gonorrhoea rates among sex workers for the period 1981-1989 (cited in Brothels Task Force, 2001, 23). During the debate, unsubstantiated statistics were also sometimes produced literally out of thin air, as when an Australian industry spokesperson remarked during an interview that the number of brothels in Sydney had increased by 400% since decriminalisation. When subsequently questioned about the source of this figure, she was unable to provide any means of substantiation - it had simply come into her head when she was asked the question and ...
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Verizon - 460 words
The Supreme Court in Verizon has intimated that the rate-setting category of takings is applicable to telecommunications regulation once there is a result rather than just a mere method. While the possibility of administrative law providing a remedy to ILECs remains slim--due to the accountability abyss created by Chevron deference and congressional delegation--ILECs will continue to pursue constitutional law remedies such as those provided by the Takings Clause. The rate-setting category of takings may allow the regulated firm to recover only its reasonable costs of providing the service in question or be entitled to earn a rate of return on investment comparable to the return that investor ...
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The News Corporation - 580 words
The Key Strategic Environmental, International and Competitive Issues In order to examine the News Corporation activity, it is very important to have the understanding of all strategic environmental, international and competitive issues affecting the corporation and the economy it operated is. The most efficient way to identify the key strategic environmental factors is to conduct a P.E.S.T.E.L. analysis. So, the key strategic factors are as follows. The News Corporation is associated with the name of Rupert Murdoch, its founder (Marjoribanks, 2000). It underwent the process of evolution from "a single newspaper to a multi-media, multi-platform global media company" (McQuade, 2004), and this ...
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