Research paper topics, free example research papers
Free research papers and essays on topics related to: companies make
- 13 results found, view research papers on page:
- Apparel Industry - 1,132 words
Apparel Industry INDUSTRY: APPAREL RETAILERS INTRODUCTION Retailers in the apparel industry are primarily engaged in the distribution, merchandising, and sale of men's, women's, and/or children's clothing to consumers. Apparel retailers include department stores, mass merchandisers, specialty stores, national chains, discount and off-price stores, outlets, and mail-order companies. A relatively new development is the rise of electronic forms of retailing such as interactive TV and on-line shopping services. Some retailers who sell their own private labels go beyond their traditional role as distributors and become directly involved in the design and production of garments from manufacturers ...
Related: apparel, apparel industry, retail industry, free trade, european community
- Downsizing In America - 1,489 words
Downsizing In America - INTRODUCTION - Downsizing, restructuring, rightsizing, even a term as obscure as census readjustment has been used to describe the plague that has been affecting corporate America for years and has left many of its hardest working employees without work. In the 1980's, twenty-five percent of middle management was eliminated in the United States (Greenberg/Baron 582). In the 1990's, one million managers of American corporations with salaries over $40,000 also lost their jobs (Greenberg/Baron 582). In total, Fortune 500 companies have eliminated 4.4 million positions since 1979 (Greenberg/Baron 627). Although this downsizing of companies can have many reasons behind it ...
Related: america, corporate america, downsizing, skill development, world market
- Eugenics - 1,452 words
Eugenics President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, as the nation approached its third year of bloody civil war. The proclamation declared "that all persons held as slaves" within the rebellious states "are, and henceforward shall be free." The Civil War was fought to save the republic and free the enslaved. World War II was fought to save the world and stop a group which thought they were a superior race. What do these two wars have in common? They were fought, in part, for equality. The difference or believed difference between people causes tension and discrimination. Genetic engineering will cause a new form of differences between people and will c ...
Related: eugenics, equal opportunity, abraham lincoln, genetically modified, tangible
- Gun Control Compair And Contrast - 573 words
Gun Control Compair And Contrast When it comes to guns, there are some major differences that are taken into consideration when grouping them into categories. Handguns are smaller, cancelable weapons, while Riffles are larger, non-cancelable weapons. When looking at a handgun (or pistol), it is small, can fit into your hand and some models are able to add a silencer to it. There are two main types of handguns. The first is a revolver, and then you have an automatic. A revolver can hold anywhere from 5 to 6 rounds, while a semi-automatic can hold 5 to13 rounds. A round is one bullet and its casing. When looking at the differences of the riffle and handgun, the first thing that you see differe ...
Related: contrast, gun control, long distance, major differences, robber
- Hackers - 1,437 words
... ntinued oppression of East Timor. The attack was online for about 3 hours from 7.00 PM to10.00 PM (Portuguese Time) at the web site of the Department of Foreign Affairs,Republic of Indonesia. The hackers did not delete or change anything. The said "We justhack pages". Another major hack that occurred was on April 1 1981 by a single user.This hacker who was situated in an east coast brokage house was interested in the stockmarket. SO he purchased $100,000 worth of shares in the stock market. Then hehacked into the stock markets main computers and stole $80 million dollars. The hackerwas eventually caught although $53 million dollars was not recovered. On Wednesday,March 5 1997 The home pa ...
Related: corporate america, operating system, high school, psychology, bias
- Hacking - 1,173 words
Hacking Imagine this, you are driving along the road and suddenly you see something spectacular. Now imagine that you are not allowed to deviate from your course to check it out. This is what a so-called "hacker" faces. Just imagine that you saw an injured person on the side of the road. In this analogy you are not allowed to help the injured person. A hacker is not allowed to explore like everyone else in the world. A hacker is not allowed to help fix potential security holes. The term hacker can have many meanings. The most visible to the public is the person pirating software, and breaking into corporate networks and destroying information. This is the public misconception of a hacker. Ba ...
Related: hacking, companies make, computer crime, high school, criminal
- In Search Of Excellence - 1,834 words
In Search Of Excellence In Search of Excellence was the 1982 best-selling look at excellent companies and an attempt to identify the attributes they had in common that helped to make them successful. Thomas Peters and Robert Waterman studied dozens of American companies and deemed these companies to be excellent: Bechtel, Boeing, Caterpillar, Dana, Johnson & Johnson, Hewlett-Packard, Delta, Fluor, IBM, Procter and Gamble, McDonalds, 3M, Digital Equipment and Emerson Electric. The book gives many anecdotes describing incidents of unusual efforts by employees, contributing to long-term financial performance and growth. For example, IBM products were described to have higher cost than their com ...
Related: excellence, sales force, more successful, changing world, marketing
- Innovations In Behavioral Marketing And - 3,064 words
... . Monitor E-Mail Inquiries and Complaints It is vital that you find a way to monitor e-mail inquiries and complaints from your site visitors. Even if you have an employee handle this e-mail for you, have them print out an extract of key questions and complaints so you can keep your finger on the pulse. We have found that my blind sides are quickly spotted by visitors, who'll fire off an e-mail. Do not look at these e-mails as enemy fire; these are your friends who will help you improve your site. When you spot a question occurring repeatedly, it is a sign that you need to deal with it more fully or more visibly on your site. And, it tells you what is important to your visitors. 2. Provid ...
Related: behavioral, internet marketing, marketing, marketing plan, marketing strategy
- Nafta - 1,298 words
NAFTA On January 1, 1994, Canada, Mexico and the United States passed the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Promoted to Congress by the Clinton administration, with the assurance that it would give rise to more jobs - exactly how many though, is not precisely known. Yet, according to the Journal of Commerce, the U.S. went from having a $5.5 billion trade surplus with Mexico before NAFTA, to having a massive $16 billion trade deficit today. At the same time, it is estimated that 400,000 Americans have lost manufacturing jobs because of NAFTA within the treaty's first three years, that's about the same number of jobs which have been created in the Mexican maquiladoras. Instead of sh ...
Related: nafta, trade area, waste disposal, business planning, liberalization
- Snowboarding History - 1,813 words
Snowboarding History Snowboarding is the worlds fastest growing winter sport and is set to become even more popular than skiing. It is still a young sport and there are many people eager to learn more about the enjoyment the sport has to offer. Without going to a mountain and taking a few lessons it is hard to fully appreciate what the sport really is, and the sensation that riding a snowboard gives. Hopefully, my report will tell everything a person would need to know about equipment, so that they can go try the sport out for themselves. The first snowboard ever marketed was produced by Shervin Popper, in 1964. It was a crude model put together in his garage, after he saw his daughter tryin ...
Related: history, snowboarding, east coast, companies make, edge
- Telecommuting: The Evolution Of A New Work Environment - 1,433 words
... r people to work from home they have to be able to get through this protection layer and they themselves are not protected by any type of firewall. It is believed that telecommuters pose the biggest threat to security. Home workers like to have a sense of control over their machines that is not found in the workplace. Many people not only use their home computers for work but also for personal use and because of this want as little restrictions placed on their systems. The telecommuter also is able to disable many of the security features put in place because of the access they need to be given. The use of VPN's also work as a way to bring in email that may contain viruses to the main co ...
Related: evolution, work and family, work environment, york business, best method
- The Clinton Health Plan - 1,687 words
The Clinton Health Plan The health care situation in the United States is in dire need of a change. The United States spends more money on health care per individual than any other nation in the world (14%of its GNP in 1991), and that amount is quickly rising. Virtually everyone, from doctors to politicians, recognize the unwieldy situation of health care in America, and realize that something must be done. In order to attempt to correct the failures of the current health care situation, one must understand the problems that led to the deterioration of the health care system. Perhaps the main problem with health care today is that there are 37 million Americans without insurance, and another ...
Related: care plan, clinton, health, health care, health care industry, health maintenance, health plan
- Why Microsoft Is Not A Monopoly - 512 words
Why Microsoft Is Not A Monopoly Monopoly? Is Microsoft actually a monopoly? No, they are not. They don't force you to buy their products, they are not the only company out there, and even though they are the most used, people do have many other choices. Who makes you buy a product? No company makes you buy their products. If any company made you buy a product of theirs it would be bad business, and no one would buy from them. Nobody is holding a gun to your head saying ," Buy my product or I will blow your head off." If anyone did do that they would be put in jail. If you buy from another company, your computer will not explode; in fact the only company that does make you buy their products ...
Related: microsoft, monopoly, operating systems, windows operating system, wont
- 13 results found, view research papers on page: