Goodyear Executive Summary - 1,213 words
The following is an executive summary of The Goodyear Tire Corporation. This case analysis will include a company background followed by a five forces model of the industry competition and SWOT analysis. The summary will also include a financial analysis of the corporation along with Goodyears corporate level strategies and objectives. Finally, alternatives will be addressed, recommendations will be made, and implementation and control will be discussed. By 1986, Goodyear had a debt of $3.7 billion dollars. From 1982-1986 Goodyears principal business was development, distribution, and sales of times for most applications. Gooyear was a multi-product, diversified conglomerate. Goodyears appro ...
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Summary Of Writing For Me - 611 words
A Summary/Response of Writing For Me I once knew a man by the name of Barbarous Gray. He felt that it was his duty to rip apart every piece of literature, or text for that matter, to get down to the bottom of what the author was trying to say. And, when I had an assignment to write a reading essay my thoughts immediately floated to his words, In writing a reading essay, one must first describe the story, then he must rip apart every fiber of the story until he feels he has sufficiently unmasked the reason and meaning behind the text. In writing an essay that summarizes an authors text, I thought that I should choose a piece of writing that I felt appealed to me. I chose Writing For Me. This ...
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Summary Of Cyberspace For All - 480 words
In this essay I will be summarizing Cyberspace for all by Esther Dyson. Cyberspace is a place that all people can benefit from. Cyberspace used to be a place where only techies and nerds would hang out. The Net, as it is called, is a place where everyone can go and find something of interest to them. Lost in the furor over porn on the Net is the exhilarating sense of freedom that this new frontier once promised- and still does in some quarters. Cyberspace has games, reference materials, tutorials, and much more. The Net is the greatest source of information on the planet. The Internet is a super-highway without a cop to stop you. There are no rules or regulations as to who can see what or wh ...
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Uncle Toms Cabingeneral Summary - 550 words
The book starts out where Uncle Tom is sold to a trader because of his owners debts. Mr. Shelby is the owner of Uncle Tom and many other slaves. He saves a girl's life, Eva, while on a boat, and her father buys him. He spends several years in New Orleans at their house. While he was there he helped St. Clare, the father, find God. When Eva and St. Clare die, he is sold to an evil plantation owner. On the plantation, he continues to be pious, even when everything seems to have turned from God. He helps two women escape and is beaten to death, but gets to see his original master's son before he dies. At the same time that Uncle Tom was sold, Eliza and Harry, two other slaves of Mr. Shelby, esc ...
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Summary On Odysseus - 362 words
Finley is expressing through this work how the women of the Greek culture were not as important as the men. Finley has broken this work down into four sections of the Greek culture: Bedmate, Philein love, same sex relationships, and father & son relationship. Summary: Finley opens this work speaking on how the Greek culture does not use the term wife, instead they use the term bedmate. Finley then explains how it was a mans world and how it is one in which the inferior status of women was neither concealed nor idealized. There was also no specific meaning for the words husband and wife. In the next section Finley uses the word, Philein, this word means to love. It was used in every context i ...
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Summary And Analysis Of Introduction To The Scarlet Letter - 474 words
Semi-fictional, this chapter explains how the romance of The Scarlet Letter came to presented as a story to the audience. Having always wanted to be a "literary man," the writer talks about his three-year stint as a Surveyor in the Salem Custom House. Mostly filled with older gentlemen, the workplace was a very political (Whig) environment and charged with Puritan history. After brief character sketches of the personalities in the Custom House, the writer then explains how he came upon a special package among the piles of papers. It contained a red cloth with "A" embroidered in gold thread and a manuscript by Jonathan Pue (the man who once held the writer's job). Finding the story extremely ...
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Summary Of The Canterbury Tales - 975 words
The Knight is the perfect and extremely polite man who loved truth, freedom, chivalry, and honor. He was well-known man. He had ridden into a battle in both Christian and heathen lands and in every instance served his king well. He never boasted of his actions nor bored his listeners with his achievements. The Squire would be candidate for knighthood. When not in battle, he thinks himself as quite a ladys man. He takes meticulous care of his curly hair and is somewhat proud of his appearance. He could also sing happy songs, compose melodies, write poetry, and could ride a horse with distinction. The Yeoman was a servant to the Knight and Squire. He dressed all in green and was known as an ex ...
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Summary British History - 1,484 words
Britain is an Island and its history has been closely connected to the sea. The seas saved Britain from danger. Strong national sense have been developed by the sea. Britain has not always been an island. The ice age wasnt one cold period. Our first evidence of human life is a few stone tools, dating from 250.000 BC. Britain was hardly habitable until another milder period around 50.000 BC. During this period, a new type of human seemed to have arrived. They look similar to normal people, but they were smaller and had a life span of only thirty years. Around 10.000 BC Britain was peopled by groups of hunters, gatherers and fishers. Around 5.000 BC, Britain has become an island. The first pe ...
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Summary British History - 1,497 words
... o invade England and closed every church in England. Finally in 1214 John gave in. In 1215 John hoped to recapture Normandy, but his nobles lost their trust in him and did not want to fight. Magna Carta and the decline of feudalism John was forced to sign a new agreement called magna carta. This promised protection for all freemen. It was not for the entire population, because the nobles only thought for themselves. Magna Carta was recognized by every king after John and was used until the sixteenth century. Chapter 5 The power of the kings of England Johns reign marked the end of the struggle between Church and state. This struggle was for both power and money. The Church wanted the kin ...
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Summary Of Brian B - 1,045 words
Uniting a country is a difficult task. This is clearly displayed in Morgan Llywelyns novel, Brian Boru- Emperor of the Irish. This novel is the journey of a young boy to manhood; however, it is solidified by his constant battle to unite all of the people of Ireland under one king. It begins when Brian is a boy known as Brian mac Kennedy. His father is the leader of the Dalcassian tribe. Brian had many brothers but his favorite was Mahon, his oldest brother. As a child Brian loved to listen to the stories of the great kings of old Ireland. Yet despite his great interest in kings and his kingly appearance Brian was the youngest brother and it was virtually impossible for him to become king. Br ...
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Wuthering Heights Summary - 821 words
Set in the wild, rugged country of Yorkshire in northern England during the late eighteenth century, Emily Brontes masterpiece novel, Wuthering Heights, clearly illustrates the conflict between the principles of storm and calm. The reoccurring theme of this story is captured by the intense, almost inhuman love between Catherine and Heathcliff and the numerous barriers preventing their union. The fascinating tale of Wuthering Heights is told mainly through the eyes of Nelly Dean, the former servant to the two great estates, to Mr. Lockwood, the current tenant of the Grange. The tale of Wuthering Heights begins with the respectable Earnshaw family. After a his trip to Liverpool, old Mr. Earnsh ...
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Summary Of Julius Caeser - 1,896 words
... ind. He, unlike other men, is constant. They all stab Caesar at Cassius's word. His final words are "Et tu Brute" meaning "you too Brutus?" The conspirators celebrate, and assure the senators they mean no one else harm. Casca and Brutus mention that they have done Caesar a favor by cutting short the time he will fear death. Cassius and Brutus predict that Caesar's death will be acted out many centuries in the future. A servant of Antony's asks if Antony can talk to Brutus. Brutus says that's fine and Antony enters. Antony is sad that Caesar is dead and asks Brutus to kill him. Brutus and Cassius assure Antony they mean him no harm. Brutus says he will explain why they did this after he a ...
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Ethnographic Summary Of Japan - 1,849 words
The thousand of years of happy reign be thine: -Japanese National Anthem It has been more than 1300 years since they started to call their country Nihon or Nippon, contemporary Japanese way to say Japan (Kodansha 1996: 54-55). After the long history that consists of the periods of seclusion and assimilation, Japan has grown into one of the most developed countries in the world. Many people all over the world nowadays know the country, and use their products in many occasions. However, because of their unique national character and their rapid growth, it is also true that so many stereotypes about Japan and the Japanese exist. In this article of Japanese ethnographic summary, not all, but gen ...
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1984 Summary - 565 words
The book 1984 was very interesting to me because it was the firdt book i have ever read like it. The book takes palce in London England the state which the main characte rWinston Smith lives is callled Oceania. The Catse System for this country is the inter party is the highest, next comes the outer party, then the paroles are the lowest class. The setting of the book takes place in april. The main charater of the book is Winston Smith who worked in ther minisrter of ttruth which is a place where made lies and falsified the past. Throughout the book the great majority of the people had telescreeens which traansmitted what of you did or were doing or saying as well as transmitting songs and o ...
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The Crucible Summary - 1,156 words
Act One begins with the Rev. Samuel Parris praying for his daughter Betty who lies faint in her bed, suffering from a strange malady. Betty and Abigail, Parris's niece, and some of the other village girls had been surprised by Parris in the forest as they were engaged in a voodoo ritual led by Tituba, Parris's black slave. Betty fainted and still had not recovered. Ann and Thomas Putnam, prosperous villagers, arrive and claim that the children are suffering from "the Devil's touch" at the hands of witches. When the adults leave to pray with townspeople who have heard rumors of witchcraft, Abigail and Mercy Lewis and Mary Warren wake Betty. Betty accuses Abigail of "drinking blood" and says t ...
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I Have A Dream Mlk A Speech Summary - 314 words
On August 28, 1963 on the steps of Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., one of the most profound civil rights Leaders recited a speech for all to live by. Martin Luther King Jr. was the man who made history that day in 1963, with the world-renowned speech I have a Dream. In the speech I have a Dream Dr. King discusses how the end of slavery did not mean the end of the Negro struggle. The Negro is still not free, says King. In the speech I have a Dream, King talks about the Constitution and the declaration of Independence and how they both promise that all men would be guaranteed life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That was not the case for the Negro in 1963. Dr. King felt that we as ...
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Complete Summary Of Shakespeares The Tempest - 1,120 words
On a ship heading back from his daughters wedding, the king of Naples and his men are swept up in a huge storm. The crew does everything they can, but the ship crashes on an apparently deserted island. Stranded on the same deserted island for twelve years, the former duke of Milan tries to explain the situation to his daughter, Miranda. He tells her the story of his brother and the king, who arranged for he and Miranda to be lost at sea, so his brother can have his title. He explains also that he conjured up the storm by magic and ensured that no one was harmed. Prospero then charms Miranda and to sleep, and summons his spirit servant, Ariel, to hear about the results of the storm. Prospero ...
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Complete Summary Of Shakespeares The Tempest - 1,132 words
... n butler. The three errant men are forced to give up their stolen clothing, and Prospero invites all to spend the night in his house before they all depart in the morning. Alonso cannot wait to hear Prosperos story, which hes agreed to tell. Lastly, Prospero releases the spirit Ariel and gives up his magic forever. Prospero speaks of how he gave up his magic, got his dukedom back, and tells the audience to pray for him. Prospero-A former Duke of Milan that was abandoned on an island with his young daughter so his brother could have his title. Years later, for revenge, he draws up a tempest and strands everyone on a ship on the island as well. Hes developed a wealth of spirit servants and ...
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One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest Summary And Analysis - 5,508 words
ClassicNote on One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest is narrated by Chief Bromden (also known as Chief Broom), a mute Indian known for mopping the mental institution where he is confined. The black boys in white suits who work in the ward mock Chief Broom; they think that he is deaf and dumb and cannot hear them. Nurse Ratched (also known as Big Nurse) enters. Her lips and her fingernails are both a funny color of orange, and she carries a woven wicker bag filled with pills, needles, wire and forceps. She moves with precise, automatic gestures. Her face is smooth and calculated, but she has large breasts that seem out of place. She orders the black boys to shave Chi ...
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One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest Summary And Analysis - 5,522 words
... level. Kesey constructs One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest as a struggle between a number of conflicting values that McMurphy and Nurse Ratched represent, such as freedom, sexuality, rational choice for the former and authoritarianism, repression and determinism for the latter. Nurse Ratched's willing perpetuation of the struggle indicates that she is herself aware of one of at least one of these conflicts. The patients love that McMurphy "got the nurse's goat the way he said he would." McMurphy becomes more bold and aggressive, even asking Nurse Ratched the measurements on those breasts she does her best to conceal. However, Nurse Ratched does not lose control again. Bromden thinks that Mc ...
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