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    Legal & Ethical Implications of Threats to a Hotel

    Threats against hotel have been received, threatening bombings and additional violence unless DWI stops allowing persons believed to be Arab-Americans or others of Middle Eastern descent to stay at or visit hotel property Read the landmark cases of Heart of Atlanta Hotel v. U.S. (http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/scripts/getcase.

    Product Development: First-mover or Late-mover Theory

    The managers of your company are deciding whether to develop a brand new product not yet seen in the marketplace or a version of a competitor's product that has already been launched into the marketplace. Management has called a meeting to discuss which way to go. They want to know if they should follow the "first-mover" or

    Company analysis

    The attached file "toys r us" is a sample of a completed project. The sub-section that I am interested in is the "Challenges in the Future" section. That is where I need the help. I have run dry with resources and need another single space page on this sub-topic. Please assist me in completing the attached project where I can

    Heart of Atlanta Hotel v. U.S.

    I'm a marketing major not a law major. This scenario is part of a new human resources management course I am required to complete to graduate. I really do not understand the two case laws presented here. The one think I think I understand is that the results of both cased helped with nondiscrimination based on race. I am t

    E-Banking

    The Peoples Bank, based in Connecticut, uses its web site as a key channel for reaching individuals, business customers, and prospects. Not only can customers e-mail the bank with questions, they can click on a link to have a bank representative call them with further information or choose another link if they want to chat onlin

    E-Commerce

    An auction site that specializes in items of only one type, or from one industry, is called ______ A forward auction site, a reverse auction site, a vortal, or a Dutch auction site Please advise answer and explain. Thanks!

    E-Commerce

    Many experts believe that once an exchange has reached critical mass, managers of the exchange should ________ (a) work exclusively on driving down transaction costs (b) work exclusively on growing the exchange to include as many transactions per month as possible (c) work to expand services for members in a way th

    Finance an event

    Say that i own a store, and I'm a members of the local Chamber of Commerce. All of the members are participating in a promotional event to celebrate the anniversary of the town. The event will cost $100,000, and the group has been charged with determining the best source of financing for the event. One member suggested getti

    B2C site compared to a B2B site

    Can you please help me understand ethical, legal, and regulatory issues and how they differ on a B2C site compared to a B2B site?

    Legal, Regulatory, and Ethical Issues in eBusiness

    Please answer the following: What are the 5 hottest topics today involving legal, regulatory and ethical issues impacting on operating a B2C ebusiness. Also, how likely are they to be resolved? Also, where can I find more information about this?

    Telecommunication

    How can telecommunication assist in international program development and planning?

    US Law: interstate commerce, trademark violation

    Are these statements true or false? The Commerce Clause to the U.S. Constitution provides that only Congress may regulate interstate commerce and therefore any attempt by a state to regulate commercial activity that affects business crossing state lines is unconstitutional. A legitimate defense to a claim of trademark viol

    Commerce Clause

    Perhaps no other clause in the constitution affects business as much as the commerce clause. Discuss the commerce clause and how it affects business. I need as much infromation as possible. Articles, excerpts and cases are welcomed. Thank you.

    Discussing E-Business Issues

    Research topical issues affecting e-Business and then answer the questions below. Where possible, use examples of companies you have read about that have faced these issues: 1. What are the legal and regulatory ramifications of operating an e-Business? 2. Discuss three examples of possible ethical problems when running

    Internet Scams Encountered on the Internet

    Describe a recent scam you have encountered on the Internet. Explain how you knew you had encountered a scam. (If you have not encountered a scam, then do research to find a recent scam in the news.)

    Internet Tax

    What do you think are the pros and cons of an Internet Tax? Do you believe the government should impose a tax at the end of the latest Tax Freedom Act later this year?

    Consumer Services are highlighted.

    Visit the Netcheck (www.netcheck.com) web site and go to the "Consumer Services" section and do a search on a company. Explain what you learned about the company

    Problems Encountered on Web Sites

    Considering the web sites you visit monthly or more frequently, which of the problems listed in the complaints chart (below) have you encountered and what effect did it have on your visit to the website? -Poor site performance - Complicated registration or log-in - Poor site search - Confusing navigation - Broken links - C

    E-commerce

    Digital Divide The term 'digital divide' describes the fact that the world can be divided into people who do and people who don't have access to - and the capability to use - modern information technology, such as the telephone, television, or the Internet. The digital divide exists between those in cities and those in rural

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