Recent events in the news have clearly indicated that the global economy is suffering, and this is having an obvious effect on your own company. Between wars, natural disasters, and political upheaval, your bottom line is rapidly eroding. However, you have identified a potential market for your products; unfortunately, it is loc
Japan - Taxes on Alcoholic Beverages Case and prepare a Case Brief
Obtain the most recent annual financial statements and notes (annual report or 10-K) for Monro Muffler Brake, Inc. (MNRO). You are asked only for selected financial statement analysis of your company. In your report, discuss trends, financial position, ratios, etc. only if relevant for evaluating the quality of reported fi
Subject: Business, International Business - Other Description: Growth of international law and treaties / Growth of financial markets Problem: Using the two business factors below discuss each of the questions as they apply to business conditions for MNC (HONDA). Business factors: A.Growth
Read attached case study and answer the following questions. 1. What are the major innovations that have been introduced to the retail market? How have they affected the competitive dynamics? 2. What is driving the success of international expansion? Whose model is better? Why? 3. Who are the immediate c
Read the case study "Wal-Mart Goes South" below and respond to the following questions: 1. How much of Wal-Mart's success is due to NAFTA, and how much is due to Wal-Mart's inherent competitive strategy? 2. How has the implementation of NAFTA affected Wal-Mart's success in Mexico? 3. Faced with going out of business, what st
Why is cultural awareness an important factor in international expansion? Samsung expansion in the global market
See attached files for the two articles. Question 1: Why is cultural awareness an important factor in international expansion? Support your ideas with Peer Reviewed articles that you have read. Reference: Tian, K., & Borges, L. (2011). Cross-Cultural Issues in Marketing Communications: An Anthropological Perspectiv
Caledonia Products Case: Differences between goals of profit maximization and maximization of shareholder wealth; risk-return trade-off
Please see attached file. The final stage in the interview process for an assistant financial analyst at Caledonia Products involves a test of your understanding of basic financial concepts and of the corporate tax code. You are given the following memorandum and asked to respond to the questions. Whether you are offered a po
For this forum, please objectively consider the Presidential State of the Union Address given by President Obama on January 24th. Create a post that includes: - One key point that resonates with you as as a global leader considering the global environment in which your organization operates. - One key point that resonate
Review slides 18 and 20 in the attachment - Background. Using your work organization (Brunt Hotels, which can be located in any nation in the world), describe the degree to which it can be compared to the cultural dimensions mentioned in the slides. It is not necessary to use the numbering system you see; instead, describe you
Analyze the roles played by the World Trade Organization (WTO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), and World Bank in the world economy. Why do their actions often generate hostility, and is it deserved? Explain your answer and give some examples.
Critically consider whether firms should redistribute potential profits to stakeholders other than owners.
Kindly provide me with peer-reviewed relevant Journal articles, to write a response for following questions, from Journals of international reputation using EbscoHost Research Databases (Academic Search & Business Source) or such other databases. 1. Critically consider whether firms should redistribute potential profits to
What are the relative dangers and advantages of globalization for developing countries? How can they seize the advantages of globalization and avoid the dangers? Please be specific and use examples and make sure your text its original.
What would you consider to be a global equivalent(s) to the SEC within the USA? Are there individual reporting requirements comparable? Explain?
Global Business Cultural Analysis of Singapore What are the dimensions of Singapore's: geography, people, and government, economy (direct investing), communications (between business people), and transport, labor (local and foreign) and global (commerce) issues. 1. What are the major elements and dimensions of culture in this
Resources: Internet, Select a retail organization that has been in business for at least 25 years. Write a paper examining the history of your selected organization. Outline the major events in the organization's development as well as the organization's evolution in the global environment. Indicate how the organization h
The World Trade Organization (WTO), which was created in 1995, was formed to allow countries to find ways to settle global disputes related to business, labor laws, and trading. Review Antigua's claim against the United States concerning Internet gambling. How should this case be decided? What would happen if the United State
How has geopolitics affected global business? What geopolitical trends and issues have influenced global business over the past 20 years? Speculate on current geopolitical trends which may affect the future of global business. Discuss the following statement: The study of geopolitics is relevant if you work or plan to work i
U.S. sales of organic foods and beverages have grown from $1 billion in 1990 to $24.8 billion in 2009. Sales in 2009 represented 5.1% growth over 2008 sales (Industry Statistics and Projected Growth, 2010). These trends are having a significant impact on the food market industry as a whole, and in particular the organic foods ma
With almost all clothing, electronics, cast metal items and computer problem calls now made off shore, do you think that one day, every employee in the same job, any where in the world will be making the same minimum wage, adjusted for the exchange rate? Why? 2. One of this week's learning objectives involves the mitigation of foreign exchange rate risk. Because our world operates, for the most part, on floating interest rates, businesses are constantly at risk of losing huge amounts of money due to unfavorable movements in exchange rates. Obviously, an organization does not want to make a nice profit on a sale to an international customer only to see that profit eaten away by exchange rate movements. Because this common problem faces every organization in the world that has a customer or supplier outside their own country, various tools and markets have been created to help control the risks. If you were in charge of exchange rates at your new job, what would you do to mitigate the risk?
1. With almost all clothing, electronics, cast metal items and computer problem calls now made off shore, do you think that one day, every employee in the same job, any where in the world will be making the same minimum wage, adjusted for the exchange rate? Why? 2. One of this week's learning objectives involves the mitigati
The World Trade Organization (WTO) oversees international trade. Discuss how this organization performs its mission. Considering the following elements: Implementation and monitoring of trade policy Negotiations between trading partners Trade dispute settlement Trading capacity Global outreach
1) How does technology affect international business? 2) What are some of the technological advances in telecommunications and transportation that have influenced global business in the last decade? 3) How have these technological advances affected Globalization? 4) Would globalization have been possible without these techn
Write a Corporate Report. Use a real world case of any publicly traded firm decision-making that represents value destruction from the effects of biases, heuristics and/or framing effects. The report should analyze how these psychological factors played an important role in the adverse results achieved by the firm.
The Justification for or fundamentals behind global expansion and why an organization should expand globally.
Write a review of the Case Study on "Nora-Sakari: A Proposed JV in Malaysia", in your primary text, You do not have to address the financials of the case, except as they are impacted by other factors. Specifically consider the cultural orientations of the countries participating in case, and their impact upon it. respond to the
P-3 In the previous Discussion Board, revenue generating activities were discussed involving countries not adhering to the United Nations platform of Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods (CISG). Regardless of whether the foreign country has accepted this platform or not, ultimately from time to time, d
P-4 Over the past several weeks, you have been learning about the various issues surrounding the challenges and numerous situations that exist legally that differ from those of the United States. You have been placed in charge of the Business Development and Expansion committee for your company. You are charged with the task of
Chapters 2 and 5 only are attached. Each chapter relates to a successful, innovative business professional. You will be asked to discuss their journeys as practitioners and their contributions. Prepare a brief paper in which you compare and contrast the two chapters. Address the following in your paper: Identify each b
Riordan Manufacturing has facilities in Hangzhou, China. need an analysis of the regulatory concerns facing the company in an international market and Explain what each of the following is Patents, Trademarks, and intellectual property and how Riordan can ensure they are in compliant with each. and summarize the political r
Please review the attached article and write a review (as a Article Critique). Please note that outline of the Article Critique should be in the following manner: - A brief introduction of the article. - A statement of the problem. - A description of procedures. - Flaws in the procedural design. - Analysis of the data. -