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  • Data Warehouse Advantages

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    implementation of a data warehouse and the business intelligence system help in combining information from various sources. Even data warehouse delivers a concise picture of a company’s marketing and financial aspects and ultimately boosts the finance of the company ("Benefits of Data Warehouses for Business.") . Pitfall of data warehouse There are some of the pitfalls of the data warehousing. Before storing the data in a data warehouse, it ought to be going through cleaning, loading and extracting

  • How To Reduce Australian Federalism

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    In its current state, little more than a century after federation, Australian federalism barely resembles that envisaged by the drafters of the federal Constitution. In mid-2014, Prime Minister Tony Abbott, leader of the Australian Liberal Party, told the Federal Liberal Council “it is time to make each level of government sovereign in its own sphere” (Yaxley 2014: 1). In this essay I argue, in partial support of the Prime Minister’s statement, that states and territories should be granted greater

  • International Satellite Image Case Study

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    Venture capitalist will finance the construction and ongoing operations of the program. Venture capitalist will not invest unless they see that ISI has advance contract acquisitions of 150% of the manufacturing and launching costs of the satellite which will result of contracts

  • Petra Bank Case Study

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    And it was owned by group of business men. It went bankrupt on the 26th of June 1974. This incident was a very rare incident in the history of international finance. On the 26th of June 1974 the German central bank forced Herstatt bank into liquidation. Various banks had released payment of Deutsche Marks (DEM) to Herstatt in Frankfurt in exchange for US Dollars (USD) that were to be delivered in New York. Because

  • Debt Overhang Research Paper

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    are entirely occupied by its existing debt holders, and hence even projects with a positive net present value cannot reduce the firm’s present stock of debt or increase the value of the firm. The concept of debt overhang came to the international finance literature in the mid-1980s, when the debt crisis provoked a series of important papers by Krugman (1988, 1989) and Sachs (1989). Debt overhang puts a country in to a situation in which its future debt burden is supposed to be so

  • Capital Structure In Nigeria Case Study

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    Oba Efayena INTRODUCTION Capital structure decision is one of the most important decisions facing the financial manager. It is one of the most researched fields in corporate finance. However most of the researches on capital structure were carried out in the developed countries but with very limited amount of work done on developing countries, for example by Hamid & Singh (1992), Singh (1995), Hussain (1995), Brada & Singh (1999)

  • Banking System In India

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    Without a sound and effective banking system in India it cannot have a healthy economy. The banking system of India should not only be hassle free but it should be able to meet new challenges posed by the technology and any other external and internal factors. For the past three decades India's banking system has several outstanding achievements to its credit. The most striking is its extensive reach. It is no longer confined to only metropolitans or cosmopolitans in India. In fact, Indian banking

  • Airport Definition

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    Definition of an Airport & Aerodrome An airport is a location where aircraft such as fixed-wing aircraft, helicopter, and blimps take off and land (Underwood, n.d). An Aerodrome according to ICAO definition is an area on land or water (including any buildings, installations, and equipment) intended to be used either wholly or in part for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft (Manual Aerodrome, 1999). In most cases, however, in order to avoid confusion, the term airport has come

  • Prescription Drug Addiction: A Case Study

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    The U.S. life time prevalence rate for prescription drug addiction in elderly adults has been estimated to be over 2.5%. This equates to more than 12 million people being addicted to a prescription drug. In women, the prevalence rate has been estimated at 5%, while for those ages 12-17, almost 3.1% reported using prescription drugs for recreational purposes. Jafari, S. (2014) Prescription painkillers are obtained in various ways, as well as giving by relatives/friends for free (55%), prescribed by

  • Mbbs Business Model

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    certain point, it can cause the economy to collapse. The failure of Govt. to collect enough revenue through taxation is the result of a failed tax system, and it has forced the government to use their own resources in large amounts of money in order to finance regular government deficits. The vast majority of this expense is the barrowed money with interest. Again, when a major part of an economic system starts to fail, then the entire system’s performance is in