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In the past few decades, globalization has materialized in all sectors of life including education, politics and also business (Akhmetov, 2015). He further observes that globalization has enabled a close interaction of individuals around the world through improved infrastructure, and through the internet. People are able to communicate freely, interact easily, and most of all, do business across borders. Akhmetov (2015) asserts that this phenomenon has enabled organization to build subsidiaries across the globe through expansion. Countries are able to do business internationally without any repercussions due to globalization (Akhmetov, 2015). Some of these companies include IKEA, a leading furniture franchise throughout the world. Another relevant company that has achieved international success is the MacDonald’s, a leading fast food restaurant. These companies have both been successful in many countries, although IKEA failed to establish itself in Brazil, unlike the MacDonald’s.
The most beautiful and attractive animals happen to be the most endangered in the society. In this case, something must be done to ensure that the endangered animals are safe. To gain a better understanding of how to protect the endangered species, I had to consult a wildlife expert. I interviewed Elmira Sharbafi who happens to be a wildlife expert at Iranian Cheetah Society of Young Conservationists (Damoun). Elmira has been working in this organization over past ten years. Elmira studied in Tehran Islamic Azad universityscience and research campus and Gorgan University of Agriculture and Natural Resources. Through Elmira, I was able to find out helpful information that individuals can use to conserve the endangered animals.
Public companies are perhaps the most endangered type of companies in the world over. Through statistics from economists and business experts, limited liability companies which have been registering high growth in 1980s and early 1990s have since been registering declining rates in the wake of the millennium. Public companies registered in 1980s in a year were more than double the current rate public companies registered in a year (May, 2012). The phenomenon has resulted in a frantic search for explanations and reasons behind this occurrence; does it mean no more companies are being registered? Or does it mean the market has become saturated? What of the decline in the number of initially registered public companies? These and many other similar questions ring in the minds of many stakeholders with many trying to explain the survival chances of public companies given the trend.
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