Fundamentals of Business Managers: Essay

Fundamentals of Business Managers: Essay

Sample Essay

Words 1,936

“What brought about Enron’s collapse?”
Enron collapse is one of the biggest scandals to hit the financial and corporate world. Facts are adding to the fact that the Houston-based group, which boasted of being asset-light, may also have been light on success at hub operations. A mixture of aggressive accounting, off-balance-sheet deals, and browbeating of employees and advisers, allowed Enron management to generate a virtual company with virtual profits. (more…)

Fundamentals of Business Managers: Essay

Management and Decision-Making: Essay

Sample Essay

Words 3,167

Who makes the decisions and manages the company or partnership? In a company, it’s usually the directors, who are chosen by the shareholders. A shareholders’ agreement usually describes

  • Who will own how many shares of the company
  • How many directors there will be
  • What decisions the directors can make
  • What is the required number of directors present at a meeting for the company to make a decision

The agreement may list certain decisions, which require special approval of the shareholders (i.e. major expenditures, obtaining loans, selling property etc.). (more…)

Policy Brief: Social Security Reform Essay

Unseen Companion by Denise Gosliner: Book Review

Book Review

Words 796

Unseen companion is a book with a difference. That is because it is all about the ordinary lives of teenagers living in a small town Alaska in 1969. It is about feelings and associations between the young adolescents, whom generally people think to be incapable of having any emotions other than the superficial ones. The story is woven by the individual accounts of the four protagonists, who are not the typical teenagers. Moreover, the setting of the whole novel in a small town vulnerable to the harsh climate of the Alaskan landscape. (more…)

Asian History Paper

Asian History Paper

Sample Paper

Words 743

The two books “Rape of Nanking” by Iris Chang and “Hiroshima” by John Hersey are true accounts of atrocities committed by humans on their fellow humans, one is done by the Japanese on the population of a city through inhumane and violent acts, like mass killings, rape and torture, the other is an account of six individuals as they pull their lives together after the deadly Atom Bomb destroyed Hiroshima. (more…)

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