Competition in the U.S. Market for Wireless Telecommunications Over the last two decades, the wireless telecommunications industry in the United States has been characterized by strong growth as demand for mobile phones—and, since 2007, smartphones—drove industry revenues forward. In 2000, there were 109 million wireless subscribers in the United States. By 2017, the number had risen to almost 420 million, representing a penetration rate of over 100% (some people had multiple phones). Moreover, smartphone penetration had risen from 37% of the population in 2010 to over 80% by 2017. As this market has grown, the competitive structure of the industry has become increasingly consolidated. Today, four companies dominate the industry: Verizon with 35% of the market, AT
Standing . Jack and Maggie Turton bought a house in Jefferson County, Idaho, located directly across the street from a gravel pit. A few years later, the county converted the pit to a landfill. The landfill accepted many kinds of trash that cause harm to the environment, including major appliances, animal carcasses, containers with hazardous content warnings, leaking car batteries, and waste oil. The Turtons complained to the county, but the county did nothing. The Turtons then filed a lawsuit against the county alleging violations of federal environmental laws pertaining to groundwater contamination and other pollution. Do the Turtons have standing to sue? Why or why not? (See Basic Judicial Requirements.)
-Identify and describe two management, organization and/or technology factors that you would consider if you had to decide whether or not to use cloud computing for your company. – -What is one “green” advantage of using cloud computing and virtual storage? In other words, how does cloud computing help the environment?
Although most brands do not actually own the hotels operating under the brand name, many guests are under the impression that the brands do operate and own the hotels. Explain how this might have an effect on the hoteliers who truly do own and operate the hotels under the brand name and discuss strategies that could be used to ensure a seamless experience for the guests if you are a franchise owner. What do you think about this?
Business Assignment Writing Service1. Peter Plaintiff is citizen of Kentucky. He drives to Tennessee and purchases a lawn mover from Lousy Lawn Mowers, Inc. Peter Plaintiff returns to Kentucky and is seriously injured when the lawnmower explodes during normal use. Lousy Lawn Mowers, Inc. does not do business in Kentucky and is incorporated in Delaware. May Peter Plaintiff bring a lawsuit against Lousy Lawn Mowers, Inc. in a state or federal court, and why?
Question Jack Jones has recently inherited an investment property from his late mother who passed away five months ago. The property is a beach front villa that is located in a very popular tourist attraction and the recent valuation of the property indicates that this house is worth $1.6 million. Jack needed cash to build his share investment portfolio since financial investment has always been a passion of his. Jack then decided to sell the villa and in order to have the property sold quickly, Jack entered into a contract for sale of the land to a purchaser Rose Darling for the price that is much lower than the market value. Prior to completion of the contract, Jack changed his mind about selling the property to Rose at undervalued price, and in order to avoid his contractual obligations to Rose, Jack subsequently registered a business with ASIC (Australian Securities
One National Airlines Company of Bangladesh country is Planning to buy a Boeing and Airbus which is assumed to be game changing event allowing to compete Airline corporation with other international players on long-haul routes in Europe, Australia and beyond which will reduce current loss and debt. Some stakeholders and other members of Airlines claimed that increasing number of airbus alone cannot help to increase the efficiency andeffectiveness of Airlines. In context of this text, explain what management reforms are possible torevitalize Airlines Corporation based on planning, organizing, leading and controlling to increase brand image, Fame,profit and overall efficiencies of Airlines Corporation Of that country. Explain in Detail.
Nowadays, businesses have been trying to incorporate the capabilities of mining and analyzing non-structured data (such as texts, images, videos, etc.) into their existing business intelligence systems and practice. What are some of the most popular text analytics techniques/algorithms? How can text analytics improve Business Intelligence? How has text analytics been applied in practice?
Then, draft a two-page paper by addressing each of the following items: In your own words, how would you describe “ambush marketing”? Include two examples with your description.What are the advantages and disadvantages (risks and consequences) of ambush marketing?What was Bavaria Beer hoping to achieve through its ambush marketing tactics?Would you consider Bavaria Beer’s ambush marketing an unethical practice or simply a competitive strategy? Explain.Can ambush marketing be both intentional and unintentional? Explain.As a leader of an organization, would you allow the practice of ambush marketing? Explain.
Which of the following sets of circumstances will result in a corporate taxpayer being considered to have income tax nexus
Which of the following sets of circumstances will result in a corporate taxpayer being considered to have income tax nexus in a state? Why or why not?11. (5) Qualification to do business12. (5) Ownership of inventory13. (5) Sales office in a state where company salesman solicit orders for sales that are approved and shipped from an out of state location.14. (5) Same facts as C except the salesmen are independent contractors working on a non-exclusive basis for the corporate taxpayer.
Ethical Real Estate Sales in a Seller’s MarketBy Mary Anne Doty and Scott Sewell Department of Marketing and Business Analytics, College of BusinessTexas A