An Overview of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code? The Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Code is part of the United States bankruptcy code found under the Bankruptcy Laws that allows for reorganization of businesses and individuals. This law is available to corporations, sole proprietors, partner firms as well as individuals. However majority
Case Study Yasuo Hamanaka $2.6 billion Sumitomo Corporation Fraud Case 1997 The Causes and Effects of Yasuo Hamanaka $2.6 Billion Sumitomo Corporation Fraud Case Background facts of the case Yasuo Hamanaka was one of the most popular copper traders in the world during the 1980s and early 1990s. In fact, was so popular that he
Characteristics and Advantages of Autocratic Management Style Characteristics of autocratic management style Autocratic management style is where a manager exercises full control of the employees and takes up all decision making activities on his own. In this management style, the manager decides on what tasks are to be accomplished and how they will be undertaken.
Case Study: John Rusnak $700 Million Allfirst Allied Irish Bank Fraud Case 2002 The $700 Million Case of John Rusnak Bank Fraud Case at Allfirst/Allied Irish Bank Background Facts John Rusnak is the man behind the famous Allfirst/ Allied Irish Bank fraud case of 2002. Prior to his appointment as a trader at Allfirst Bank
Case study: Jerome Kerviel $6 Billion Societe Generale Fraud case 2008 The Facts about the Jerome Kerviel $6 Billion Societe Generale Fraud case 2008 The Issues in Jerome Kerviel’s $6 billion fraud case Jerome Kerviel is a famous French rogue trader who is responsible for huge losses in the Societe Generale bank where he worked.
Case Study Kidder Peabody Trading Scandal 1994 An Overview of the Kidder Peabody Trading Scandal 1994 case study Issues of the Kidder Peabody Trading Scandal The Kidder Peabody trading scandal of 1994 is described as one of the biggest trading scandals of all times to occur on Wall Street. This trading scandal happened when the
Benefits of Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Currently, the European Union and the US account for over 50% of the world’s GDP with regards to value. This only shows that the two are already well integrated and there are chances that a trade pact between the two can have great impacts on the global economy.
Cross Cultural Management Executive Summary The analysis by Gert Hofstede’s provides a clear description of varying national cultures that are dependent on research carried out across subsidiaries of Multinational Corporation that has operations in more than sixty four countries. The analysis assist business people or travelers to acquire a better understanding of intercultural differences existing
Stayer’s Approach to Leadership Development Introduction Leadership development refers to a term defining a well-organized and systematic way to improve organization leadership and a person’s excellence. Equally, it is a process of enhancing personal growth traits that can improve an individual competence in leadership and their effectiveness (Hughes, 2004). This can be achieved through a
Case Study: Business Ethics and Laws Course about Starbucks Question 1 Starbucks Corporation is concerned with integration of social responsibility in relation to its general corporate strategy. The major reason behind the integration is enhancement of the company’s reputation and image. Additionally, the corporation ensures it offers services that are effective to the community and