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    Commercial law case analyse

    Commercial Law Term Paper (Case Analysis) Pro-Gordon C. Johnson June 18, 2013 9th Edition Chapter 5-Case 5 Summary: Marie-Claude operated a bowling alley in a commercial area that was adjacent to a residential area. Many small children used the parking lot near the bowling alley as a playground, and Marie-Claude was constantly tell these children […] More

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    Fallacies in a commercial

    In political races in the United States logical fallacies are a staple in political ads. The 2012 election was no exception to this convention, especially being true in an advertisement with ex-steel plant worker Joe Soptic, speaking in Obama-affiliated Political Action Committee Priorities. The advertisement included many logical fallacies to argue against the Romney campaign. […] More

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    Commercial Property Insurance

    When starting up a new business, one of the most important factors for a business owner to decide on is the location of that business. With a white-water rafting business there are several important factors that a company must look at before they can proceed. First item is the legal aspects of acquiring, holding, and […] More

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    Negative Commercial Influences on Scientific Research

    Nowadays, it’s a trend that almost everything is related to the commerce, and so do the scientific research, because the society would like to value the research results. To some extend, scientific research is not only a pure research in the labs or universities, but also a business sometimes. As a result, the commercial influences […] More

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    Siemens Commercial Academy

    Using your understanding of the work of Herzberg, which motivators can you see in action at Siemens? Frederick Herzberg proposed a very popular theory of motivation termed as the two- factor theory, or motivation – hygiene theory has been widely accepted by managers concerned with the problem of human behavior at work. There are two […] More

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    The European Union in International Commercial Negotiations

    Commercial negotiation is negotiation in the context of a business setting such that it involves the management of commercial activities that includes contract negotiation and project management with the sole intention of making maximum returns from the same. This process allows for the development and creation of new business opportunities CITATION Bea00 l 1033 ( […] More

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    Commercial. An effective advertisement

    Commercial. An effective advertisement Introduction An effective advertisement appeals to the consumer. It should be able to capture and influence their perception of a product. This document evaluates a McDonald’s franchise advertisement and its effectiveness where it is able to capture the efficient working spirit in the staff and consequently the overall high service delivery […] More