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9/11 Roundtable Report
September 26, 2011
The Effects of 9/11 on the Las Vegas strip
In the article "Fear and Managing in Las Vegas" the authors analyze the effects of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 on the gaming industry on the Las Vegas Strip. Coin-in slot machines were used to determine the effects of this downturn in economy because they are the purest gaming volume indicator. Immediately following the 9/11 attacks casino managers made rash decisions, laying off thousands of workers and cancelling major projects. This caused employee morale to plummet. An anonymous strip executive stated "There was a perception among the labor team that some of the general managers saw their
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World Trade Centers' biggest clients. However, this is not proof that insider trading was taking place, it could simply be the biggest coincidence in the United States stock market history. If this is true, many people benefited financially by the deaths of innocent United States' citizens.("The 11 Most Compelling 9/11 Conspiracy Theories)
Another point that these conspirators make is that the United States air defense was told to stand down against the hijacked jets. The organization in charge of defending the United States air space is called the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD). Three months prior to the attacks on September 11, Vice-President Dick Cheney was suddenly
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Do you ever have one of those moments in your life in which you will never forget where you were? I remember waking up early on September 11, 2001, getting ready for school and my dad telling me hurry up to watch the news with him. Being in 8th grade at the time, the news really wasn’t something I would watch in the mornings so I knew it had to be something important. Then I saw it. An airplane crashing into a tower, people panicking, and mayhem ensuing in a city very well known to me. When any tragic event like 9/11 occurs, the effect it will have on a nation is tremendous. It left America in shock, anger, and sadness just to name a few adjectives to describe the insurmountable amount of
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other nation in the world therefore, the world leaders come together to fight terrorism at every stage, and level.
Another terror attack shook India again. At least 12 dead and 85 injured after powerful bomb blast outside the Delhi High Court in India.. (2011, September 07). Wikileaks. Retrieved September 2011, from http://www.wikileaks-forum.com/index.php?topic=4724.0
Facts and Figures. (2011). Federal Bureau of Investigation. Retrieved September 2011, from http://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/facts-and-figures-2010-2011
Naqvi, M. (2011, September). Bombing near High Court in New Delhi kills 11 in deadliest attack in capital in nearly 3 years . Associated Press, p. 1. Retrieved from http://www.newser.com/article/d9pjp1eo0/bombing-near-high-court-in-new-delhi-kills-11-in-deadliest-attack-in-capital-in-nearly-3-years.html
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Malaysia is difficult. Bilateral agreement is one of the obstacles in the way of truly pan-Asia budget carriers. Landing charges at so-called "gateway airports" and navigation charges are often prohibitively expensive, and in key destinations like Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong and Singapore there are no cheaper, secondary airports. The budget airline industry in south-east Asia has been underdeveloped because the aviation market is tightly regulated by bilateral air rights agreements.
Threat of terrorism, people is afraid to fly after the September 11 terrorist attacks incident.
In spite of stiff competition from Malaysian Airline (MAS), AirAsia's low-cost carriers offering cheap tickets and few in-flight services are...
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. It not only caused the United States to declare war the next day, but also directly led America into World War II. The United States retaliated to the Japanese by the use of atomic bombs on two major cities of the country. Although this action was shockingly atrocious in comparison to the attack on Pearl Harbor, it showed the people of Japan that the United States was not a country to be reckoned with. While this is a suitable example from earlier years on why the American government should defend the country by striking back, there was another event that caused millions to sway their opinions toward vengeance.
On September 11, 2001, a militant group called Al-Qaeda hijacked four
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The USA PATRIOT Act, or the Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism Act of 2001, is a basically an anti-terrorism law that was rather hastily passed as a result of the September 11, 2001 attacks. It primarily aims at deterring and punishing acts of terrorism committed in the United States and elsewhere (USA PATRIOT Act, n.d.). However, while it appears to have noble aims of safeguarding American lives and property, the act needs to be repealed or, if not, amended so that the privacy freedoms of citizens are not trampled upon.
The USA PATRIOT Act also aims at expanding the investigatory tools of law enforcement and, as
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unfortunately say that terrorism is actually working. Terror is a process involving three steps: one is seeking attention, second is getting the message across of what the terrorists want and finally, will the response be fight or flight (Lamoma, 2013).
There have been more than one hundred terror attacks in the United States where the first recorded was in 14th April 1865 at Washington DC where one person was killed and three injured where the deceased was President Abraham Lincoln who was by John Wilkes Booth.
The major terror attack was bringing down of the twin towers in 11th September 2001 by Islamists lead by Osama bin Laden using two commercial airplanes, which had been
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, 2005). In other words law enforcement agencies are the ones that physically interact with the community most of the time.
After the attack that happened on September 11th on the WTC and the Pentagon, “the criminal justice system assumed new roles on terrorism” (Fagin, 2005 page 19). Prior to the September 11 attack law enforcement agencies were dedicated to one primary goal which was fighting crime. Law Enforcement agencies did not consider airline hijacks as possible freedom fighters or right-wing militant attacks as political statement (Fagin, 2005 page 19). In other words when acts of terrorism were committed against American communities law enforcement agencies used to consider
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Why al Qaeda attacked us Steve Elsey March 9, 2011 POLS 3100
The attacks on September 11, 2001 were one of the most shocking things to happen on U.S. soil. The attacks are regarded as the most deadly terrorist attack to ever happen on American soil. It is one of the events that will happen in your life where you remember exactly where you were when you heard about it. I remember being in a high school photography class, where we didn’t even do anything to with photography that day, we just watched the news to see what was happening. Most of the American people wondered why we would be attacked in such a way, and what would possibly cause someone to hate us so badly. Osama bin Laden
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period, Taisei ascribed its failure - only the second bankruptcy in Japanese non-life insurance since World War II - to the freak events of 11 September.
The expected loss from reinsurance was caused purely by the terrorist attacks and we could not foresee that such a huge loss would be generated because the four airplanes simultaneously crashed.
The participated companies’ lack of skills in management of Fortress Re and their limited understanding of liabilities in the pool were revealed after the event. Apparently, TFMI had completely relied on Fortress Re’s management decisions. Even though it was true that the unforeseen nature of terrorist attack was a trigger for TFMI’s bankruptcy
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other to confront ISIS.
Having ISIS trying to take over the Middle Eastern Countries is a big deal to the United States. The United States have been trying to resolve issues in the Middle East ever since the September eleventh attacks occurred. Ever since ISIS has been taking over specific territories in the Middle East, the United States has been concerned. The United States does not want ISIS to attack their people they have stationed there. Also, the United Sates does not want ISIS to attack them like Al Qaeda.
I was surprised when I read that both Saudi Arabia and Iran both do not believe that ISIS is a big enough threat to confront immediately. Both countries believe it would be
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spring issue that had been rated “XXX.”
At the heart of the debate lies the question, “Have the sales of A&F seen an increase since the racy publication stared circulating?” Recently, an 18 percent dip in sales occurred that A&F Chairman and Chief Michael Jeffries attributes mainly as a result of the 9/11/01 national tragedy. President Bill Johnson of the ADA claims, “Eighteen percent is a heavy dip in sales to attribute solely to the September 11th attacks. Whatever was affecting their sales was going on long before then. So, while they may not admit it, I strongly believe our boycott was having an impact.”
After years of boycotts and criticisms from lawmakers and concerned parents, A&F
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which have faced the deep forms of terrorism, have already taken the chance to give an clarification for their deeds. States have without difficulty portrayed their interior enemies as terrorists with no much disapproval by either the UN or may be other global organizations. The National terrorist groups have since turn out to be a origin of worry for the global society and more mainly in the United States.
The attacks that happened on September 11 and also other terrorist groups or may be even the States may possibly be only partly demonstrated. There is a lot of backbiting on whether Iraq plays part in the Al Qaeda group. The United States had insisted on the subsistence of
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take from the lessons learned from 9/11; one thing is for sure, the conflict between the extremist Muslim world and the United States that simmered for decades exploded that clear September morning and the violence and casualties have yet to subside.
The United States went to war in Afghanistan and Iraq for a gamete of different reasons. The war in Afghanistan was to retaliate for the attack on American soil on September 11th, 2001; the purpose was to go after Osama bin Laden and his al-Qaeda group, this was where they were known to have terrorist training camps and it was the main hub of operations for the terrorist group. (Shultz, 2012) The FBI had traced the hijackers to al-Qaeda and
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was a assassination of Ahmad shah Massoud, the leader of northern alliance by the two Arab men that posed as journalists. And in respond to the killing of Massoud’s killing, the northern alliance made an aerial attack on the capital city during 11 September night. The United States of America blamed Osama bin laden and al-Qaida for these attacks and started to initiate fight to the al-Qaida group and the sponsors of Taliban. This thing led to the beginning of the war, referred as global war on terror.
In 2001, October 7, the war in Afghanistan came into existence with the allied air strikes over the al-Qaida targets and Taliban. In order to overthrow Taliban, British
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Las Vegas officials felt that the town needed to broaden its target audience. So they set out to appeal to families. Some of the biggest casinos on the Las Vegas strip built roller coasters and other thrill rides, world-class water parks, and family-friendly shows like Treasure Island’s live-action swashbuckler spectacle, visible to everyone passing by on the street. The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, dealt Las Vegas tourism one of its worst blows ever. Declining tourism led to 15 000 lost jobs. The LVCVA engineered an image of Las Vegas as a luxury destination oozing with excess and indulgence. The theme parks were replaced by five-star resorts, high-rise condos, expansive shopping
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placed beyond reason and dialogue. The authors contend that while the Palestinian rejectionist factions and the Lebanese Hizballah may be understood as local representations of the anticolonial “third worldist” movement, al-Qa`ida and its affiliates operate within a “neo–third worldist” framework, a dichotomy that entails tactical and strategic differences, both political and military. The article draws on an extensive series of author interviews with leaders and cadres from Hizballah and the Palestinian factions.
In response to al-Qa`ida’s 11 September 2001 attacks, the United States declared war not merely against those who had set upon it, but against an open-ended range of “terrorist
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mainstream to media outlets came in the wake of the September 11 attacks. Despite the fact that hip hop was still dominating the charts, the nation was in a healing process, and the way it was healing was by wearing black glasses and vintage striped shirts. Emo would heal us through fashion, and that is where it changed into a style and a way of dressing and a new fashion.
Today Emo is tied to music and fashion as well as the Emo subculture. Usually among teens, the term “Emo” is stereotyped with wearing slim-fit jeans, tight t-shirts which often have the name of Emo bands, studded belts, black wristbands and thick black glasses. The Emo style is also recognized for its hairstyles
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Business Research Ethics
University Of Phoenix
Instructor: Dr. Jay Deb
Workshop/ Week No.: 2
September 4, 2012
Business Research Ethics
“Many patients volunteer for research in the hope that the knowledge generated will benefit others. When a company deceives them into volunteering for a useless study, it cynically exploits their good will, undermining the cause of legitimate research everywhere (Elliot, 2011).” Last year, the Archives of Internal Medicine published a scornful re-evaluation of a 12-year-old research study of Neurontin. Neurontin is a seizure drug made by Pfizer. This particular research included more than 2,700 subjects and was
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well as a workplace.10 In the aftermath of 9/11, the Lower Manhattan
Development Corporation, created a design competition for the building of the World
Trade Center Memorial. The Memorial Mission Statement for the World Trade Center
Site read: “Remember and honor the thousands of innocent men, women, and children
murdered by terrorists in the horrific attacks of February 26, 1993 and September 11,
2001. Respect this place made sacred through tragic loss. Recognize the endurance of
those who survived, the courage of those who risked their lives to save others, and the
compassion of all who supported us in our darkest hours. May the lives remembered, the
deeds recognized, and the spirit
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attack on Taliban-controlled Afghanistan with an intense bombing campaign by American and British forces. The war followed the September 11 attacks, and its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda and denying it a safe basis of operation in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power. Many countries including France, Germany, Canada and Australia provided logistical support to US in this regard.
After the war, there were mixed views of the people from all across the world about the afghan war. Some people supported the invasion while some people did not.
Gallup has been conducting these polls since 2001 but this marks the first time when the majority of the people had a negative view of
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Drone Strikes, Effective Weapon in the War on Terrorism?
United States Diplomatic History
November 21, 2014
September 7, 2009, in Machi Khel in Mir Ali, North Waziristan, Pakistan. At 20,000 feet death silently, stealthily, knifed its way through the afternoon sky. Two drones, operated by American Air Force drone pilots 7,000 miles away in Nevada, USA, had been hovering over the area throughout the day. Modern warfare and the fight against terrorism were about to greet Sadaullah Wazir and his family as they reentered their home after evening prayers in the garden. Moments later an explosive concussion from missiles launched by the drones rocked the neighborhood
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significantly increased and private corporate information travels more and more. While this is extremely convenient, and allows conducting business at unconventional hours and locations, it is simultaneously risky and requires organizations to proactively secure their data from being compromised. Internet access is available from the privacy of our homes, but also in an increasing number of public places: libraries, fast food restaurants, cafés, and department stores. With the growing cyberworld has come a multiplication of cyber-attacks, where both amateurs and dedicated hackers constantly try penetrating corporate networks. It has become a very challenging objective for IT managers and IT
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and the FBI and local law enforcement agencies focus more on homeland security and away from organized crime since the September 11 attacks. In 2002 the FBI estimated that the Mafia earns $50–$90 billion a year. To avoid FBI attention and prosecution, the modern Mafia also outsources a lot of its work to other criminal groups, such as motorcycle gangs.
As an alternative to the boss of all bosses, Luciano set up the Commission, where the bosses of the most powerful families would have equal say and vote on important matters and solve disputes between families. This group ruled over the National Crime Syndicate and brought in an era of peace and prosperity for the American
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effect due to the new technologies serves to achieve important social purposes in criminal justice by accessing the use of confidential information of any records division. The facial recognition has a relatively high length of time of being conveyed incorrectly, however, in spite of the fact that facial recognition technology fails to provide accurate information in accordance with an accepted standard in an efficient way of identifying terrorists or wanted suspects, some of the intended course of actions publicized on September 11, 2001, the day of terrorist attacks killing thousands of people, recommended the use of enhanced database technology such as in immigration and airport security
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effect of cybercrime in Nigeria. In the review article by , it was stated that 23 percent of people worldwide will fall for spear phishing attacks, while web pages are infected on average every 4.5 seconds. The review also stated that African Countries like Kenya, Nigeria, Tunisia, Tanzania etc. are almost free from the cyber laws and policies. The article highlighted that cybercrime is a sensitive issue for people relying on iPhones for their day today working because some worm can eat all the iPhones and convert the Androids to bricks. In a survey carried out within Nigeria by, the research scope is focused on gathering data on the economic cost of cybercrime on the Nigerian
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to $9 dollars a share, then this will not cover the cost per share of $11, which was the price the two minority shareholders paid per share, and could potential throw a wrench in the proceeding of the IPO.
5. Estimate a preliminary file range for TRX’s shares.
6. Given the situation Davis faced in September 2005, what would you recommend that he do with respect to the offering?
Going back to what I stated earlier, I believe that if there is a capable management team, they could find a way to put a spin on the negatives from the past, and brighten it with possible future outcomes. For example, maybe Davis could try to entice Hogg Robinson and Sabre with a lowered price of
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ensuring the homeland is secure and the academics that contribute peer-reviewed literature. As such, data will be collected strictly from sources that can be considered ‘experts’ on the issue. Sampling validity will also be used as data will be collected from a broad range of the concept being examined to ensure that the study is not biased to what the researcher feels is most important.
The terror attack on September 11, 2001, promoted preventative security to a critical national security objective (Murray, 2005). Oliver (2006) contends that the attack ushered in a new era in law enforcement, which he terms ‘the Homeland security policing era.' Unlike previous eras of
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Group 1 Team Assignment
CSEC 630- 9026
Kevin Alton, Nadia Iqbal, and Alex Polevoy
Table of Contents
iTrust Threats & Vulnerabilities and Countermeasures.……………..…………..3
Recommended Changes to Security Management Policies………...……………..7
Adaption of Requirements to Reduce Security Risk……….……………....…......11
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Relationship Between Public and Private Policing
Dana L. Dvorak
This paper will explore the historical relationship between public and private policing. It will also discuss how the relationship has changed in recent years.
Relationship Between Public and Private Policing
Since the terrorist attacks that struck inside the heart of our country on 11 September 2001, civilian law enforcement agencies have been busy performing not only their regular duties of crime prevention and response, but also taking on a large number of homeland security functions and all of this during a time when local, state and federal budgets are ever tightening. Similarly
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increased in recent years, because of the increased monitoring of money-laundering transactions, as well as concern about terrorist groups using the service, particularly in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Although Western Union keeps information about senders and receivers, some transactions can be done essentially anonymously, for the receiver is not always required to show identification.
Another option for consumers and businesses transferring money internationally is to use specialised brokerage houses for their international money transfer needs. Many of these specialised brokerage houses can transfer money at better exchange rates compared to banks, thus saving up
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regular-guy leadership style has created a very different atmosphere at GE and drew praise from the ranks of his subordinates. In 2001, shortly after Immelt took up his position as GE’s new CEO, a series of events fundamentally changed the corporate landscape. Immelt’s immediate challenge was to manage the impact of the fallout of the September 11 attacks and a subsequent series of high profile corporate scandals (i.e. Enron, WorldCom). These events created significant uncertainty and led to a crisis of confidence among investors and fuelled resentment in the community at large. In the face of a sliding share price, Immelt recognised that managing GE’s exposure to the business cycle would be
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courts cannot sanction the Executive Branch these powers when they attempts to employ them. The courts will only recognize a right of the Executive Branch to use emergency powers if Congress has granted such powers to the President (Cornell University Law, n.d.). For example, as the U.S. Supreme Court clarified in Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co. v. Sawyer, Presidential powers increase when Congressional intent supports the engagements taken by the President. The AUMF functioned as that expression of Congressional intent.
In November 2001 President Bush, determined that the Taliban and Al Qaeda network had funded and executed the September 11 attacks, as a result, the President used military
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and property of Banadex.” Payments were always disguised as either a check to a third party who passed the money to the AUC, or as income to a Banadex employee who paid the AUC in cash.10 When U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth accepted Chiquita’s plea in September 2007, the company did not receive the highest financial penalty possible. Under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, the
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company could have faced a maximum fine of twice its financial gain. Chiquita earned about US$49.4 million from its Colombian banana operations from September 2001 to January 2004, and could have been
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communication around the country, terrorism could be diminished. Although many people supported this law because of the September 11 attacks and the desire to keep America safe, many believe that this act interferes with civil liberties. The USA PATRIOT Act has been described as “unjustified infringement of privacy, association, and due process rights.” After the act passed, federal law enforcement now has access to additional wiretapping and surveillance.
Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA)
The Electronic Communications Privacy Act, enacted in 1986, is known as a “victory for privacy.” This act lays the boundaries for law enforcement having access to person electronic
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beginning to be someone’s wife. That is all that is expected of them – to be housewives. Marriage is the ultimate goal and if they are not married before a certain age it is considered shameful.
In conclusion, I believe Bronte was wrong. Jane Austen portrays her characters feelings well. Although they may not be passionate, it is however deep. She shows the statue and role of women in England and their pursuit for marriage.
September 3, 2014
Individualism can be defined as the practice of independence in thought and action. An individualist is a free thinker who shows independence and individuality in his behavior, opinions, and
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turned out differently; the US strategy in Saudi Arabia may be considered a success story –so far-, in Iran, a failure, while in Iraq is work in progress, despite that so far is rather a failure than success.
United States has kept strong relations with Saudi Arabia since 1933, making Saudi one of the major allies in the Middle East region. Though there were some fluctuations in their relationship such as the oil embargo by Saudi Arabia during the Youm Kapour War (6th of October war) and the 9/11 terrorist attacks on US soil which was faultily related to Saudi Arabia as the funder of these attacks. However, the US-Saudi relations were generally in the right direction and mutually beneficial
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fight their battles in other countries that were as far as China and Europe.
Contemporary History of Indian Army
Modern India has witnessed several valorous soldiers who have laid down their lives for their motherland. The names of such warriors have been immortalised in the history of Indian army. Whether in the Indo-China Conflict or the Kashmir attacks, Indian military history states, with pride, that their troops have always successfully forced the invaders to retreat. In fact, whenever the outsiders have tried to disturb the harmony and peace of India, the Indian army has marched to the battleground and vanquished the trespassers.
History of Indian Army shows that since ancient
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article, it is argued that there are distinctive differences between the national sections of Hizb ut-Tahrir which indicate that the group is not entirely immune to national agendas (media, political or otherwise). Based on the comparison between the Danish Hizb ut-Tahrir and Muslimer i Dialog, it is also argued that a new understanding of the relation between religious, ethnic and national identity is evolving. Groups such as Hizb ut-Tahrir and Muslimer i Dialog seem to thrive and recruit new members on a combination of a transnational, deterritorialized understanding of the Muslim religious community and reterritorialized agendas. Introduction In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in
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PREDICTING FINANCIAL DISTRESS OF COMPANIES: REVISITING THE Z-SCORE AND ZETA® MODELS
Edward I. Altman*
*Max L. Heine Professor of Finance, Stern School of Business, New York University. This paper is adapted and updated from E. Altman, “Financial Ratios, Discriminant Analysis and the Prediction of Corporate Bankruptcy,” Journal of Finance, September 1968; and E. Altman, R. Haldeman and P. Narayanan, “Zeta Analysis: A New Model to Identify Bankruptcy Risk of Corporations,” Journal of Banking & Finance, 1, 1977.
Predicting Financial Distress of Companies: Revisiting the Z-Score and ZETA® Models
Background This paper discusses two of the venerable models for assessing
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varied from total lack of interest to relative rhetorical involvement. As a result of Moscow’s absence during this critical period, faith in Moscow’s support was lost among the states, as was its influence. The terrorist attacks of 2001 in the USA have since revived US interest in the region. After “9/11”, the United States has sought military bases in the region, and this was mostly approved by the Central Asian states, as well as by Russia. For the US, dealing with the perceived Taliban threat became a priority for national security, and the Central Asian states, which are geographically situated “in the backyard” of the regions in which the Taliban were most active, were seen as necessary
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‘Christianization’ process of the London Missionary Society in 19th century South Africa: A case study of Bethelsdorp and Thornberg
PLAGIARISM DECLARATION 2
THE LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY 7
Driving Ideologies Behind An Archetype of Civility and Modernity 9
THE ‘CHRISTIANIZATION’ STATIONS 11
The Institute of Bethelsdorp for the Khoekhoe 11
Thornberg Mission Station for the Heathen San 17
THE GROUNDWORK 21
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1. Village of Bethelsdorp (from John Philip: Researchers in South Africa, London 1828)
2. Church and Mission House at Bethelsdorp (from a watercolor by John Campbell, 1819
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Throughout all texts, the personality and development of the characters is an art created by the author. How the reader perceives the characters plays a large role in the readers understanding and connection to the text. In Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen’s development of many characters draws certain emotions from the reader. The personalities of many characters in Pride and Prejudice become infuriating and bothersome as the novel progresses. Austen’s creation of ridiculous and exaggerated characters such as Mrs. Bennet, Mr. Collins, Miss Bingley, and Lady Catherine create negative reader bias towards the characters and their actions in the novel.
The ridiculous behavior of Mrs. Bennet is
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Role of Sports in Society
A. Description of the issue
The role of sport in society has been debated for many decades. Sport is a part of society as both an educational fixture and an entertainment enterprise. Sport forms part of human and social development; it can contribute to social cohesion, tolerance and integration and is an effective channel for physical and socio-economic development. As a universal language, sport can be a powerful medium for social and economic change: it can be utilized to bridge cultural gaps, resolve conflict and educate people in ways that very few activities can. The goal of the Sports Council is to examine the proposition that sport can be a powerful agent
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Business globalisation is forming new demands for individuals, organisations and countries to work together in many different ways. A team that is multi-cultural has the capability to bring individuals together with an extensive range of ideas and experiences. In the recent years, there has been a tendency of multi-cultural teams becoming very common. This is because cross border mobility has become much easier and the number of people travelling from one nation to another has grown significantly (Aswathppa, 2010). This has also resulted in the intermarrying of people from different ethnic backgrounds and cultures. Although having multicultural
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Database-management system (DBMS) is a collection of interrelated data and a
set of programs to access those data. The collection of data, usually referred to as the database, contains information relevant to an enterprise. The primary goal of a DBMS is to provide a way to store and retrieve database information that is both convenient and efficient.
Database systems are designed to manage large bodies of information. Management of data involves both defining structures for storage of information and providing mechanisms for the manipulation of information. In addition, the database system must ensure the safety of the information stored, despite system
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Over the Years…
Work with Jason/Scott/Phil’s Customers
Enter customer orders
Enter Purchase orders
Send order acknowledgements
Enter new customer info into FACTS
Enter new vendors info into FACTS
**Collect Customer Credit Info
Track release information for Logistics
Process incoming check
Answer phones/ Direct calls
Request/Send Certificates of Insurance
**Gather Vendor Information
Open/ Sort Mail
Track and order office supplies & other needs
Set up Quick Delivery
Set up Fed Ex Deliveries
Work closely w/ Jason/Scott/Phil (Mike J’s
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Third Party Relationship Party
Vendor/third party relationships are an important part of ___FCU’s core purpose. It is necessary and prudent that ___FCU establish and manage these types of relationships in order to strategically provide services and products we could not provide on our own. This policy will provide reasonable assurance that management is appropriately managing contracted critical vendor relationships for a maximum benefit with the least amount of risk.
Senior management must ensure that all risks have been taken into consideration along with the benefits to the CU and its members, and that the risks and returns are acceptable. Careful consideration must be given to