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The Great Depression – Annotated bibliography assignment

The Great Depression – Annotated bibliography assignment The annotated bibliography assignment is a selection of sources that you will find and put together based off a subject you choose (with my permission) from the time period covered in the textbook. An example could be the use of ironclads by the Union Navy during the Civil […]

Advantages and disadvantages of a merger

Advantages and disadvantages of a merger As part of the financial planning process, a common practice in the corporate finance world is restructuring through the process of mergers and acquisitions (M&A). It seems that on a regular basis, investment bankers arrange M&A transactions, forming one company from separate companies. What are the advantages and disadvantages […]

Mergers and Acquisitions M&A

Mergers and Acquisitions M&A As part of the financial planning process, a common practice in the corporate finance world is restructuring through the process of mergers and acquisitions (M&A). It seems that on a regular basis, investment bankers arrange M&A transactions, forming one company from separate companies. What are the advantages and disadvantages of a […]

Risk analysis techniques and tools

Risk analysis techniques and tools Option #1: Risk Management Handbook, Part 6 Option #1: Risk Management Handbook, Part 6 This week, you will create section 6 of the handbook. Your goal for this section is to enlighten the staff of some of the different challenges that the risk manager faces and why it is so […]

Ethical Right to Privacy

Ethical Right to Privacy A right to privacy is not explicitly mentioned in the text of the U.S. Constitution, but the Fifth Amendment has historically been interpreted as a guarantee to privacy, and court decisions have supported the concept. Nevertheless, the extent of a legal right to privacy is still unclear. Review the discussion of […]

Ethics and The Harm Principle

Ethics and The Harm Principle The Harm Principle states: “The only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community, against his will, is to prevent harm to others. His own good, either physical or moral, is not a sufficient warrant” (Ethics 1st Edition, p. 81). Given this definition […]

Ethics and ADA Americans with Disabilities Act ADA

Ethics and ADA Americans with Disabilities Act ADA Providing access to educational and employment opportunities for disabled persons is one the least controversial of the topics addressed in Chapter 8, as it seems to be a clear way of demonstrating respect for such persons’ dignity, and as the costs of such access seem very likely […]

US History Paper

US History Paper 1. PROMPT: Is it appropriate for cities/states to publicly display monuments (flags, statues, etc.) to the Confederacy? Why or Why Not? A starting point for your consideration is below: RESEARCH PAPER https://easternflorida.instructure.com/courses/1482860/assignments/71… SUPPORTERS ARGUE Confederate monuments are symbols of southern pride and heritage, honoring the valor and courage of Confederate soldiers who […]