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Reaction Essay: The Corporation The documentary The Corporation, directed by Jennifer Abbott and Mark Achbar and produced in 2004, although bias, opens many doors for discussion in regard to capitalism and the role of corporations in our lives. I found the documentary to be presented professionally, and filled with legitimate facts more so than extreme opinion. The documentary truly outlines the "all-pervasive" role the corporation has taken as the "world's dominant institution". The film opens...

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The Corporation

Business Ethics The Corporation ‘The Corporation’ had a specific aim to portray the problems of not just one corporation, but corporations as a whole, as is evident from the beginning of the film as a multitude of big business logos flashed across the screen. The film proceeded to highlight the issues surrounding: globalization and consumerism, environmental pollution and disregard for the planet, unethical marketing, and dishonest media. Personally, I feel that I’m quite open-minded when it...

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The Corporation Documentary

The Corporation The 2003 Canadian film documentary, The Corporation, is about the modern-day corporation. It critiques that it is considered to be a person, but since it has so many disregards to the human well-being and only cares about making as much money as possible, if it were an actual person it would be considered a psychopath. The documentary starts off with showing the development of the contemporary business corporation, from beginning as a legal entity to then having the entitlement...

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Characteristics of a Corporation

There are many ways a corporation can be classified; however the best way to classify a corporation is by knowing the characteristics that makes a corporation. The unique characteristics of corporations are consist of limited liability of stockholders, free transferability of shares, perpetual existence, and centralized management. In relation to John Marshall who is the chief justice in 1819 defined corporation as an artificial being, invisible, intangible, and existing only in contemplation of...

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Benguet Corporation

Written Analysis of the Case –WAC Benguet Corporation 1. Statement of the problem The Benguet Corporation refused to submit concentrate samples to the Philippine Associated Smelters and Refining Corporation (PASAR). The Benguet Corporation faces shortage in producing their products and complying its contract to Mitsubishi Metal Corporation and complying the LOI. 2. Analysis of the case Strengths The Benguet Corporation is the major producer of copper concentrates. It was the oldest...

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Splash Corporation

“Splash Corporation (A): Competing with the Big Brands” Problem: Splash Corporation (Splash) is a leading producer of skin care and hair care products in the Philippines. Founded in 1985, Splash was now the country’s leading domestic producer of personal care products and was billed as “the next Unilever” by BizNews Asia magazine (page 5). However, competing with the top corporations in the world was no easy task, especially when these companies were producing low-cost alternative products. Splash...

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Corporations Law

which outlines the legal capacity and power of a company. The Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 57A1, defines a corporation as a separate legal entity, that includes any corporate body and unincorporated bodies that may sue, be sued or hold property in the name of an office holder appointed for that purpose. In context of corporate governance, the main issue is with the current legislation is in regards to director’s duties. Under the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s1802, directors have a civil obligation to...

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Benefit Corporations

B Corporations Benefit Corporations, also known as B corps, are a new way to do business in a socially responsible way. Curtis Lum’s article, “Legislation would allow for creation of ‘B corps’” published on March 18, 2011 in the Pacific Business News, talks about the ongoing legislative battle to legally recognize B corps in Hawai’i. An additional article from the PBN, published the same day by John Webster, “Social responsibility is beginning to take root,” provides further background to Lum’s...

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Jva Corporation

JVA Corporation Simulation .Performance, as well as revenue, is reviewed every 6 months. This way it allows JVA Corp. to cut or increases pay every 6 months and review its bottom line. Employees can also benefit by having the opportunity to earn pay raises potentially twice a year, rather than the typical annual reviews. I t is my firm believe that to achieve the reduction of the percentage of revenue that is allotted to employee’s compensation from 8% to 5% without it having a big demoralizing...

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Reengineering the Corporation

Running Head Reengineering the Corporation Reengineering the Corporation In the book “Reengineering the Corporation”, Hammer and Champy create a new frame of managerial relations and organizational bureaucracy. The authors address such important problems as impact of technology on business environment, new labor relations and organizational structures affected a modern corporation. The book consists of 13 chapters and an Epilogue discussing different problems and issue of modern organizational...

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