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Cellular Phone Service Industry
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This is a 10 page industry analysis that beings with an historical overview of the industry. The first commercial cellular phone call was made in 1983 but the actual concept dates back to the late 1940s. The essay looks at the competitive factors in the industry and provides a brief analysis using Porter's Five Forces schema. The essay ends with trends for this industry. Statistical data included. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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This 6-page paper focuses on the issue of CEOs/Board of Directors and whether they should take personal liability for the products their companies manufacture. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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CEO Compensation / Are They Worth So Much ?
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A 10 page research paper that investigates the salary compensation packages for CEO's, including the 1996 figures for several CEO's of major corporations. Topics discussed include: why compensation is so high, comparison to other employees, arguments for and against high compensation for chief executives and some suggested alternatives to the present system of paying CEO's.
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Chandler/The Visible Hand
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A 4 page book review that discusses Alfred D. Chandler's landmark text The Visible Hand which begins with the author explicitly stating its purpose, which is "to examine the changing processes of production and distribution in the United States and the ways in which they have been managed" (Chandler 1). Chandler's principal theme is that modern business enterprises have supplanted the market mechanisms described by Adam Smith as the "invisible hand" (Chandler 1). While the market remains the generator of demands for goods and services, market business enterprise has taken over the "functions of coordinating flows of good through existing processes of production and distribution" (Chandler 1). The writer summarizes and analyzes the remainder of the text, offering the opinion that the book richly deserves the accolades that it has received over the last three decades. No additional sources cited.
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