Business Article Summary And Reaction Essays and Term Papers

  • Newspaper Article Summary/Reaction

    Cohen, Deborah L. “Working the family social net” The Baltimore Sun 10 February 2013. Summary This article is about how teenagers are using their parent’s facebook accounts to help with finding themselves jobs. Their parents are posting statuses about their son or daughter looking for work either...

      969 Words | 3 Pages   Social media, Unemployment

  • Summaries of Articles Business Law

    and asked the ring back. This time however Janis refused to give back the ring. Rodger sued and Janis appealed. The main purpose of this article is to decide whether the receiver of an engagement ring must return the ring or its equivalent value when the donor breaks the engagement. Pennsylvania...

      1170 Words | 4 Pages   Conversion (law)

  • International Business Article Summary

    According to a June 5, 2013 news article in the MSNBC Post, “China’s strength could become its weakness”, by John W Schoen talks about why China is imbalanced. China economy is based on very little regulations. China is trying to allow market forces to set interest and exchange rates and encourage greater...

      465 Words | 2 Pages   Economy of China, Globalization, China, Balance of trade

  • Small business and entrepreneurship article summary

    Article Summary Small Business and Entrepreneurship Does More Mean Worse? Three decades of enterprise policy in the Tees Valley – Storey 3 distinct phases of enterprise policy in the UK: - 1970: no effective enterprise policy - 1980: an attempt to increase the number of start-ups -...

      3041 Words | 18 Pages   Unemployment, Entrepreneurship, Economic growth, Strategic management

  • Business Basics Article Summary PDF

    Offshoring International Business > Offshoring Table of Contents Executive Summary Keywords Overview Applications Critical Insights Terms & Concepts Sources For More Information Executive Summary This article focuses on offshoring –the transfer of certain jobs from the United States and other wealthy...

      3823 Words | 6 Pages   North American Free Trade Agreement, Offshoring, Outsourcing, Manufacturing

  • summary and reaction

    10-21-2013 VANISHING VOICES BY RUSS RYMER Citation Rymer R. (2012). Vanishing Voices. National Geographic, July 2012. Summary The writer started his article by describing a group of people called Tuvans, who lives in a remote area in the Republic of Tuva, in Russian Federation. The importance...

      1304 Words | 4 Pages   Linguistics, Language

  • Summary and Reaction

    And last but not least, make sure that you have a purpose behind what you are trying to accomplish. The seven major mistakes pointed out in this article are very insightful for someone searching for new employment. I think the first two are the most important ones to avoid making. I have been in management...

      281 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Summary and Reaction

    Gunnar Lentz SOC 3160_1002 Dr. Gary Oates January 13, 2013 Differential Issues Summary & Reaction In “Race and Sex as Biological Categories,” Ruth Hubbard discusses how biological differences shape our society’s views of women and minority groups. Hubbard first talks about the exploitation of...

      613 Words | 2 Pages   Gender, Sex differences in human psychology, The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex, Sex differences in human physiology

  • Summary & Reaction

    September 18, 2013 Summary In “The story of an Hour,” Mrs. Mallard has a heart condition so, when news about her husband’s death is received. Mrs. Mallard’s sister, Josephine, sits down with her to relay the message as easy as possible without getting he worked up. Mrs. Mallard’s husband’s friends...

      293 Words | 1 Pages   The Story of an Hour

  • Article Summary

    the Day” In this article, the author, Debra Barrow, talks about how customer service has changed from the good old days of full service gas stations and face to face communication to todays self-serve, pre-recorded society. Customers back then were fiercely loyal to your business when you gave them...

      335 Words | 2 Pages  

  • article summary

    Article summary In the article “If Polar Bears Can Eat A Ton Of Fat And Be Healthy, Why Can't We?” published in May 8, 2014 (Richard Harris) argued in the article that the polar bear has genetics, that help them to live on diet that based on a lot of fats, without suffering from the diseases that...

      289 Words | 1 Pages   Cardiovascular disease

  • Article Summary

    This article presents empirical evidence on the relation between firms’ financial disclosure and earnings management. The hypothesis here is, the disclosure quality and earnings management are negatively related. This hypothesis is based on some other prior research in which the researchers say that:...

      360 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Article summary

    The Social Responsibility of Business Is to Increase Its Profits - Milton Friedman His theory asserts a corporation's primary and perhaps sole purpose is to maximize profits for the stockholder. Two main supporting arguments: Stockholders are the owners of the corporation, and hence corporate profits...

      614 Words | 3 Pages   R. Edward Freeman, Stakeholder (corporate), Stakeholder theory, Ethics

  • ARTICLE SUMMARY

    Brian Gikunda Diamond ENC1101 09/17/2014 Assignment 1: Article Summary In this article, James Aston and John Wallis talk about the apocalyptic movies that are released before and after the attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001. They look at the fears and Issues following the 9/11 attack...

      655 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Article Summary

    ARTICLE SUMMARY Nicolas Rothwell is an author for The Australian newspaper. On the 22nd of May, 2003 (p. 9) he wrote an article called ‘Fuel for Thought’ which promoted the progress and opportunity for hydrogen to be used as a new fuel alternative for the current use of coal and oil based hydrocarbons...

      390 Words | 2 Pages   Hydrogen vehicle, Energy development, Renewable energy in Iceland, Renewable energy

  • Article Summary

    Summary of Read-only participants a case for student communication in online classes By Shakera Bennett Grand Canyon University UNV 501-Intro to Graduate Studies in the College of Education September 12, 2012 Carrie ODonnell, Instructor Learning communities are no longer limited to the classroom...

      499 Words | 1 Pages   E-learning, Learning management system, Lurker

  • Article summary

    Article Summary In the article "I Don't Want to Play" , the author Adele M. Brodkin provides us with information about Mackenzie's behavior through 3 different people, her teacher, her parents, and a doctor. Mackenzie's teacher noticed that Mackenzie had been distracted lately, she had been biting...

      549 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Article Summary

    Article Summary With the increase in online courses, along came an increase in the drop out rates versus the traditional sit-in environment. During this study, valuable information was offered to increase student success and minimize drop out rates. There needs to be communication among peers and...

      260 Words | 1 Pages   E-learning

  • Summary of Articles

    Article One: Glaspell’s Trifles The first article that I viewed was called “Glaspell’s Trifles.” This article was summarizing what the short story by Glaspell wrote. They explained basically in detail what the short story was about. They used descriptive words to describe the feelings and what...

      2063 Words | 7 Pages   The Cask of Amontillado, Transparent eyeball

  • Article Summary

    11/12/13 Summary on Does Your Language Shape How You Think? I found the article Does Your Language Shape How You Think? by Guy Deutscher to be very interesting. At first glance I assumed it would cover language dialects and how there are stereotypes connected with many. However, this article was more...

      623 Words | 3 Pages   Grammatical gender, Perception

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