Sears Roebuck And Co Auto Center Scandal Case Study Essays and Term Papers

  • Sears, Roebuck, and Co. the Auto Center Scandal

    SEARS, ROEBUCK, AND CO. THE AUTO CENTER SCANDAL History and Introduction of Sear, Roebuck, and Co. Sears, Roebuck and Co began in the 19th century and sold farm supplies and consumer items as a small mail order company. The first Sears retail store opened up in Chicago on the 2nd February 1925...

      2635 Words | 8 Pages   Corporate social responsibility, Dean Witter Reynolds, Walmart, Social responsibility

  • Sears Auto Center Scandal

    LGST001 – Ethics and Social Responsibility Sears Auto Center Scandal Managing Business Ethics Text (pp.207 - 210) Ethical Decision-making Issue: Should Sears remove its commission-based compensation scheme? Group Stand: The majority of the group believes that Ellen should be removed from...

      1490 Words | 5 Pages   Principal–agent problem, Economic inequality, Ethics, Ethical egoism

  • The Corporate Ethics of Sears Roebuck Co

    principles instilled from top management to line levels. LS&CO has been a successful company since 1850. Over the years they have continued to hold on to their values and principles that Levi Strauss set forth over 150 years ago. As LS&CO began to compete in more diverse cultures and countries they...

      415 Words | 1 Pages   Corporate social responsibility, Business ethics, Ethics

  • The Corporate Ethics of Sears, Roebuck & Co.

    CORPORATE ETHICS OF SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. The Corporate Ethics of Sears, Roebuck & Co. Julia Sanchez Los Angeles Times Article Collections THE CORPORATE ETHICS OF SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. Abstract The Los Angeles Times collective article contains information about the 1992 Sears Automotive Services...

      488 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Sears Case Study

    Introduction Sears is our nation’s fourth largest retailer. With over 4,000 stores in the United States and Canada, Sears has grown from its humble beginnings. Sears is a leader in apparel, home appliances, home, lawn and garden, tools, automotive repair, maintenance, and electronics. Sears also provides...

      2388 Words | 8 Pages   Porter five forces analysis, Retail, Globalization, Inflation

  • Sears Case Study

    Sears Case StudyBy: Manish AgarwalFor: Prof. Kara LombardiDate: 06/25/2012 | Evolutionary or revolutionary? Sears needed a huge strategic and behavior change to transform the organization for profit making business i.e. employee-customer-profit model. One of the key objectives Sears...

      1141 Words | 4 Pages   Strategic management, Marketing, Performance indicator, Marketing strategy

  • Sears Case Study

    deontological perspective. Using a consequentialist perspective, I can understand to a certain degree why Sears implemented their new productivity incentive plans in all of their auto centers. This approach focuses on the results, or consequences, of the action or decision. Upper management’s primary...

      1717 Words | 5 Pages   Incentive program, Ethics, Consequentialism, Deontological ethics

  • Case Study on Sears

    SEARS CASE STUDY by Robert A.G. Monks and Nell Minow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Introduction The great advantage of publicly held companies is that they bring together capital and managerial expertise, to the benefit of both groups. An...

      9017 Words | 26 Pages   Equity (finance), Board of directors, CalPERS, Sears

  • Sears Roebuck

    Abstract During Sears’ changing process they realized they needed to change their development programs in order to survive and change with the times. This paper will show the development, implementation and necessary changes made by Sears. Specifically the paper will showcase the training and development...

      2959 Words | 9 Pages   Diversity (business), Leadership, Team, Sears

  • Case Study Enron Scandal

    CASE 3 Enron: Questionable Accounting Leads to Collapse Once upon a time, there was a gleaming headquarters office tower in Houston, with a giant Tilted ―E‖ in front, slowly revolving in the Texas sun. Enron‘s suggested to Chinese feng shui practitioner Meihwa Lin a model of instability, which was...

      5627 Words | 15 Pages   Enron, Kenneth Lay, Arthur Andersen, Chapter 11, Title 11, United States Code

  • Sears, Roebuck and Co. vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc

    Sears, Roebuck and Co. Vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc Problem: Don Edwards, a recent MBA graduate has been asked to analyze the financial performance of Sears and Wal-Mart. Although Wal-Mart is the industry powerhouse, its 20% return on equity (ROE) lags behind that of Sears’ 22%. Analysis: Wal-Mart...

      694 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Sears, Roebuck and Co. vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.

    UNIVERSIDAD CENTROAMERICANA JOSÉ SIMEÓN CAÑAS. MAESTRIA EN FINANZAS. FUNDAMENTOS DEL ANÁLISIS FINANCIERO. TRABAJO FINAL Resolución Caso: Sears, Roebuck and Co. vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. CATEDRÁTICO: Lic. Mauricio Franco PRESENTADO POR: Acevedo Alas, Julia Beatriz Coreas Díaz, Elsa Carolina ...

      1630 Words | 7 Pages   Walmart

  • Cameron Auto Case Study

    Cameron Auto Parts was founded in 1965 to take advantage of opportunities created by the Auto Pact (APTA) of 1965 between the United States and Canada. The APTA allowed for tariff-free trade between the Big Three American automakers and parts suppliers and factories in both countries provided that the...

      898 Words | 3 Pages   Automotive industry in the United States, Big Three (automobile manufacturers)

  • Sears/Kmart Merger Case Study

    On November 17th, 2004 Kmart and Sears publicly announced the impending merger of the two struggling companies to become Sears Holding Corporation. Kmart, for 11.5 billion dollars would be the buyer, however due to strong brand name recognition and history, Sears would be the face of the new conglomerate...

      3701 Words | 11 Pages   Sears Holdings, Retail, Walmart, Sears

  • Merck & Co. Case Study

    MGT 4083-Technology Strategy Case Analysis Merck & Co.: Evaluating a Drug Licensing Opportunity Introduction: Davanrik is a new drug developed by LAB Pharmaceuticals, which has the potential to treat depression and obesity. Davanrik was initially developed to treat depression by stimulating...

      583 Words | 2 Pages   Generic drug, Pharmaceutical industry, Merck & Co., Pharmaceutical drug

  • Luck Co. Case Study

    Luck Companies Case Study Mngt 393 1. Physical Environment Segment. I would have to say neutral effect on industry because even though the resources this industry excavates is positive for the industry, scouting locations, availability of resources and diminished resources offset those positives...

      876 Words | 3 Pages   SWOT analysis, Competitive advantage, Strategic management, Competition

  • Sears: Vision of Grandeur – Case Study

    Q1.List sears strengths and weaknesses. Then asses how well each of the proposed changes in Sears strategy will build on the strengths and work to eliminate the weaknesses? Strengths of Sears - Broad category of product offerings, i.e: hard side(hardware) and soft side (women apparel, children toys...

      1026 Words | 3 Pages   Retail, Discount store, Target Corporation, Sears

  • Williams Co. Case Study

    without increasing cost of financial distress. These could be the major reasons that the market is paying premium for Snyder’s-Lance’s stocks. In the case of Pepsi,  although PepsiCo’s debt-to-capital ratio was 49.6%, it has a bond rating of “Aa” from Moody’s and “A” from Standard & Poor’s due to its...

      1045 Words | 3 Pages   Return on equity, Yield (finance), Cost of capital, Capital structure

  • Tiffany & Co Case Study

    Tiffany Case Study Introduction Tiffany was founded in September 18, 1837 and for about 170 years, the brand has been successfully opening several stores and establishing the brand as the top place to buy fine jewelry of high quality. The brand has been dedicated to provide their customers...

      1177 Words | 4 Pages  

  • Case Study: Miller Co

    brought in from its parent company South Africa Breweries Miller PLC, to improved market share for the company. SABMiller purchased the Miller Brewery Co. from Philip Morris Company in 2002. During the time, Philip Morris owned the company, beers sales had been on the declined for the past 15 years. There...

      1316 Words | 4 Pages   Anheuser-Busch, Leadership, SABMiller, Transformational leadership

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