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  • Case Analysis Accounting Fraud at World Com

    Running head: CASE ANALYSIS OF THE ACCOUNTING FRAUD AT WORLDCOM Case Analysis of the Accounting Fraud at WorldCom Angela Crossley Troy University October 27, 2008 History The origin of WorldCom can be traced back to 1983. The CEO, Bernard J. Ebbers, of WorldCom had very interesting...

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  • World Com Case

    WorldCom: internal audit lessons to be learnt On June 9 2003, the U.S. Bankruptcy Court of New York issued a report on the WorldCom accounting fraud that expands on the court's earlier findings of mismanagement, lack of corporate governance, and concern regarding the integrity of the company's accounting...

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  • Case Study Com/215

    Case Study Analysis In the beginning of April ABC, Inc. hired Carl Robins as their new campus recruiter. Carl was new to his position, but that did not stop him from striving to be a great recruiter right from the start. Carl successfully hired 15 new trainees to work for Monica Carrols the Operations...

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  • Case Study Com 225

    COMM 225, FALL 2011: CASE STUDY DUE: Dec 6, 2011, 19.00 HR, SUBMIT ONLINE IN THE DROP BOX TO BE DONE IN GROUPS OF MAXIMUM OF 3 STUDENTS (WITH SAME CONTENT EXPECTATIONS). If you have been to one of the Walt Disney Theme Parks, it is inevitable that you have encountered the problem of waiting at the...

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  • Case Study Alibaba, Com

    Alibaba.com’s Brief Company Background On November 6, 2007, Alibaba.com debuted on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, raising US$1.5 billion to become the world’s biggest Internet stock offering since Google’s initial public offering (IPO) in 2004. On the first trading day, frenzied purchases of the stock...

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  • World Com Analysis

    individual refused, such as in the case of David Schneeman, another more willing individual would then be sought out to make the "corrections." By utilizing such underhanded work-arounds, more honest employees like Schneeman were unaware of the false accounting practices. In the case of Vinson and Normand, they...

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  • Com Case Study

    The case of the man taping basketball girls case in Waseca County took place in February 23, 2012. In this case, two men noticed a 58-year-old man was video taping West High School girls playing basketball game and the man was accused of filming a particular girl player in the basketball team. The girl’s...

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  • Audience Analysis Paper Com 285

    Audience Analysis Paper COM/285 10/18/2010 Barbara Schifano Audience Analysis Paper Whenever giving a presentation it is important to properly communicate with your audience. In order for a presentation to be affective, the speaker must know who they are presenting to in order to inform, persuade...

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  • Dot-Com Crash Case Study

    2. Are their incentives aligned properly with their intended role? Whose incentive was more misaligned? The institutions and intermediaries who are aligned are: FSAB, VC, Investors. FSAB is just a standard board whilst the other two are investing in companies which they think will be good and have incentive...

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  • Visual Rhet Analysis of PolitialFact. Com

     Visual Rhet Analysis of Website PolitialFact. Com is a project worked by the Tampa Bay Times. The thesis of this website is trying to help people know more about how American government make their promises come true by sorting out the truth in American politics. In addition, they have their own Truth-O-Meter...

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  • Case Analysis

    * Project 1 - Tic Tac Nole This project can be done utilizing the command line or a GUI (the GUI option will get an additional 20pts). For this project, I do encourage information sharing.  By this, if someone asks a questions, you can help them in any way so long as you don't type any code.  In...

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  • Case Analysis

    <http://ipad.about.com/od/Tablet_Computers_eReaders/a/The-Amazon-Kindle-Fire-Vs-The-Apple-Ipad.htm Sind, M., & Yoffie, D.B. (February, 2008) Apple, Inc. (Case Study) Retrieved from Harvard Business Online website...

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  • Case Analysis

    Case Analysis Introduction In evaluating Case 3: “The Home Video Game Industry: Atari Pong to the Nintendo Wii”, it soon became evident that choosing a single company would become crucial in unlocking the next level to this Case Analysis. Much research revealed that Nintendo’s array of experience and...

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  • Case Analysis

    another individual, or when antibodies of animal origin are introduced to a human. This type of immunity is short acting, and is typically seen in cases where a patient needs immediate protection from something and he or she cannot form antibodies quickly enough independently. In natural passive immunity...

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  • Case Analysis

    Case Analysis Assignment Globalizing the Cost of Capital and Capital Budgeting at AES (HBS Case# 204109-PDF-ENG) Obtain the Globalizing the Cost of Capital and Capital Budgeting at AES from Harvard Business Publishing. After individually reading the case, you are expected to have online group discussion...

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  • Case Analysis

    Case Analysis P. 91 Rick’s New Job 1. Why do you think rick was let go? How does reinforcement theory apply to the main characters in this situation? How does expectancy theory apply? I believe that Rick was let go due to his inability to cope with the management group, he concentrated with only...

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  • Case Analysis

    and sentenced to death as noted above (vide judgment and order dated May 3/6, 2010 passed by the Addl. Sessions Judge, Greater Mumbai in Sessions Case No. 175 of 2009). The other two accused were acquitted of all charges. The trial court gave them the benefit of the doubt as regards the charges of...

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  • Case Analysis

    Table of Contents 1.0 Executive Summary 2.0 Problem statement 3.0 Situation Analysis 3.1 Macro environment 3.2 Microenvironment 4.0 Segmentation Analysis 5.0 Strategic Alternatives 6.0 Recommendation 7.0 Implementation 7.1 Promotion 7.2 Product 7.3 Place 7.4 Price 8.0 Conclusion...

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  • Case Analysis

    CASE 1 The Recalcitrant Director at Byte Products, Inc.: Corporate Legality versus Corporate Responsibility I - STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM How the management of Byte Products Inc. meet the demand of Electronic components without affecting its profitability for about three years until new plant come into...

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  • Case Analysis

    company, “The failure of Enron before all the accounting scandals can be seen in the results overseas” (McLean and Elkind, p. 71). In the final analysis of the fall of Enron, one may pinpoint the ideological friction between Skilling and Mark and the identity crisis that ensued, in addition to the...

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