What kind of business(es) did Vanderbilt control (location, dates number of employees, etc.)?

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  1. Social Studies 8 - help!

    What kind of business(es) did Vanderbilt control (location, dates number of employees, etc.)?
  2. MATH

    100 employees leave a business that originally included 2000 employees. What percentage of the original number of employees did NOT leave?
  3. Java

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  5. U.S. History

    I need help on my intro paragraph, i need a good thesis statement but i don't know if mine is correct. my essay involves three major business leaders in the late 19th century "John D. rockefeller, Andre Carnegie, Cornelius Vanderbilt." so my thesis statement and intro begins ...
  6. math

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  7. Grade 11 maths plz help!!!

    A software company started with 2 employees. In 6 months, the company had 7 employees. The number of employees increased in a steady rate. Which equation models the relationship between the number of employees n and the number of months m since the company started? a.) n = 5/...
  8. Human Resource Information System

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  9. science help pls pls

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  10. Social Studies

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  11. math

    The number of employees at a plant continually fluctuates. One month started at 568. Then 102 employees were hired, and the next 57 employees were displaced. If the plant then plans to add 10% more employees, how many will it have?
  12. math

    The number of employees at a plant continually fluctuates. One month started at 568. Then 102 employees were hired, and the next 57 employees were displaced. If the plant then plans to add 10% more employees, how many will it have?
  13. stats

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  14. Literature

    I have a question. I need 10 important dates on Walt Whitman if the teacher wants dates and some of the dates only have years. Does the years include dates ? For example: 1823 Whitman's father moves family to Brooklyn I can't find the date so should I just put the year?
  15. SS8R - (2nd question) help!

    business rockefeller control???????? i only thing I know is that he formed a Standard Oil Company.... does that count is there any other business he control (looked up on wiki, not there...)
  16. business

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  17. math

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  18. business

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  19. STATS

    The vice-president of a business firm has reviewed the records of the firm's personnel and found that 70% of the employees read The Wall Street Journal. If the vice president was to choose 12 employees at random, what is the probability that the number of these employees who ...
  20. U.S. History

    I have to have an introductory paragraph with thesis statement and a good tone is this good? John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, Cornelius Vanderbilt, were all big business leaders in the 19th century. But many people questioned whether America should view these three men as...
  21. is this good U.S. History essay

    John D. Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie were all big business leaders in the 1800s. Some Americans viewed these business leaders as “robber barons” but others saw them as “Captains of industry”. People classified Rockefeller as “Captains of ...
  22. business

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  23. business

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  24. government

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  25. math

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  26. Physics-Energy

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  27. computers

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  28. business

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  29. World History

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  30. business communication

    The purpose of an agenda is to: (Points: 5) a) select a meeting location. b) list items to be discussed by the group. c) control the discussion carried on by the participants. d) decide who will facilitate the meeting. is b correct or d....im not so sure of this one...any ...
  31. business

    an attempt to minimize the problem of wage-rate compression, organizations may incorporate all of the following ideas except: Answer giving larger increases to high-performance employees. preparing high-performance employees for promotion to high- salary jobs. providing equity...
  32. math

    My study group is lost on this one also.. Suppose you are managing 25 employees, and you need to form three teams to work on three different projects. Assume that all employees will work on exactly one team. Also, each employee has the same qualifications/skills, so any ...
  33. Business mtivation & control

    What area of the control pyramid requires a human response? A. automatic controls B. Supervisory controls C. foolproof controls D. Operator Control is D the answer?
  34. percentage

    100 employees leave a business that originally has 2000. What is the % of original employees did not leave? Is it 5%
  35. statistics

    A small company has 9 female employees and 15 male employees. In how many ways can 8 employees be selected at random for drug testing if exactly 5 of the employees must be males?
  36. Business-

    Explain how these laws intertwine: Title VII of the Civil Rights Acct of 1964, Civil Rights 1991, Opportunity act 1972, Age Discrimination of 1967, Disabilities act, immigration reform and control act of 1986, Fair labor standards act Also explain how the number of employees ...
  37. Linear Programming and Applications

    The production-line employees at GE work four days a week, 10 hours a day. Each day of the week, (at least) the following numbers of line employees are needed: Monday–Friday, 7 employees; Saturday and Sunday, 3 employees. GE has 11 production-line employees. Formulate an LP ...
  38. geology

    Convert these dates to BP dates (using 1950 as "the present.")1843 ± 50 years BC
  39. Civics

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  40. Social Studies

    You are a small business owner in Russia. You must pay bribes and protection fees to officials and the Russian mafia. Which circumstance is the most likely consequence? A) You hire more employees.** B)You limit your business growth. C)You keep up on your rent payments. D)You ...
  41. Math

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  42. business

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  43. Business

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  44. Seminar MGT

    Is there a way to test the global business citizenship status of any company? What metrics would you use to do so? First, I'd define "global business citizenship" status. Do you mean how much money it makes? Do you mean how it treats and recompenses its employees? Do you mean ...
  45. business

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  46. accounting

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  47. Algebra 1- Math

    A software company started with 2 employees. In 6 months, the company had 14 employees. The number of employees increased at a steady rate. a. create 2 ordered pairs. b. find the slope. c. Interpret the meaning of the slope. d. Find the prediction equation.
  48. social studies

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  49. business math

    17. Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc. has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. What are the total combined social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees’ paychecks each week? (Points : 2)
  50. ALG2! WORD PROBLEM! PLZ HELP!!

    A business wants to give each of its employees a free ticket to the amusement park and has budgeted $1200 for tickets. 1. Write and solve an inequality to find the maximum number of 1-day, adult tickets that can be bought. When you round your answer, remember that there is no ...
  51. ALG2! WORD PROBLEM!very important!!

    A business wants to give each of its employees a free ticket to the amusement park and has budgeted $1200 for tickets. 1. Write and solve an inequality to find the maximum number of 1-day, adult tickets that can be bought. When you round your answer, remember that there is no ...
  52. Communication in the Workplace

    Imagine that you have taken a new job as head of Human Relations (HR) for an up-and-coming software firm. Your 150 employees are hip, smart and tech savvy. They are also big cell phone users. Cell phones are an important tool for your business communications, and you don't ...
  53. Business Statistics

    A sample of the personnel files of eight male employees revealed that, during a six month period, they lost the following number of days due to illness: 2, 0, 6, 3, 10, 4, 1, and 2. Caluculate the mean deviation.
  54. math help

    Suppose you are managing 25 employees, and you need to form three teams to work on three different projects. Assume that all employees will work on exactly one team. Also, each employee has the same qualifications/skills, so any employee can serve on any team. The number of ...
  55. Math

    Suppose you are managing 25 employees, and you need to form three teams to work on three different projects. Assume that all employees will work on exactly one team. Also, each employee has the same qualifications/skills, so any employee can serve on any team. The number of ...
  56. Business plan

    Please give a written example of this question Explain the daily operation of the business its location equipment people process and surrounding environment.
  57. maths plz help me

    TOP electronics is a small business with five employees. the mena (average) wekkly salary for the five employess is $360. if the weekly salaries of four of he employees are $340 $340 $345and $425, what is the slary of the fifth employee?
  58. English

    One of this _______ duties is to keep a record of all ___________ wages. 1. agency's employee's 2. angency's employees' 3. agencies' employees 4. agency's employees agency's employees'
  59. biology

    Convert these dates to BP dates (using 1950 as "the present.") Wood fragments from the floor of a palace in Syria - Syro-Hittite period. Date: 675 ± 50 years BCE
  60. Operation management

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  61. Business Statistics

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  62. Project Management

    What kind of project-scheduling tools are typically used in your Company to establish time phasing of project tasks? Are the tools effective? What kind of Project Management/Scheduling Tools would you recommend? Why? duplicate. PERT has the advantage that the events in pert ...
  63. HUMN 232

    Businesses are intended to make money, and sometimes this means keeping business practices secret. What kind of information does the public have a right to know? What kind of information does a business have a right to keep secret? How do we make these decisions?
  64. ethics

    Businesses are intended to make money, and sometimes this means keeping business practices secret. What kind of information does the public have a right to know? What kind of information does a business have a right to keep secret? How do we make these decisions?
  65. Algebra 2(help please!!)

    Alisha bought a collection of 500 old pennies. She chose 20 pennies from the collection and recorded their dates. Seven pennies had dates earlier than 1980. What percent of the pennies in Alisha’s collection have dates earlier than 1980? How would I solve this or what do I ...
  66. math

    Suppose you are managing 16 employees, and you need to form three teams to work on different projects. Assume that all employees will work on a team, and that each employee has the same qualifications/skills so that everyone has the same probability of getting choosen. In how ...
  67. Business

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  68. Math

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  69. Business

    I think a company can't really make a-lot of profit if they spend no money on quality controls because,"quality control is the more traditional way that businesses have used to manage quality. Quality control is concerned with checking and reviewing work that has been done So ...
  70. math

    Alisha bought a collection of 500 old pennies. She chose 20 pennies from the collection and recorded their dates. Seven pennies had dates earlier than 1980. What is the best estimate of the percent of pennies in Alisha’s collection that have dates earlier than 1980?
  71. Economics help

    Does an IPO seem like a good idea for a business? What kind of things would you say in an SEC statement to demonstrate that your business? So would I say that the business is very successful and on its way in expanding?
  72. communication

    What kind of reaction might i encounter whe trying to convince the business committee to accept a business proposal?
  73. Business Mathmatics

    Fandango Furniture Manufacturing, Inc., has 40 employees on the assembly line, each with gross earnings of $325 per week. a. What are the total social security and Medicare taxes that should be withheld from the employees' paychecks each week? Social security: $806 Medicare...
  74. Business

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  75. Accounting

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  76. Business

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  77. BUSINESS

    1. One of the main disadvantages of buying a franchise is that you may end up A. choosing a poor location. B. hiring a large staff. C. paying too much for operating costs. D. feeling like an employee. D? 2. After you open your new business is not the best time to A. use your ...
  78. Business

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  79. Business

    Can you help. Thinking about this I think a company can't really make a-lot of profit if they spend no money on quality controls because,"quality control is the more traditional way that businesses have used to manage quality. Quality control is concerned with checking and ...
  80. Project Management

    Offices: Boston, Chicago, Memphis, Charlotte, Atlanta, and Orlando Location of Event: Miami Travel Days: To Miami on Sunday, Returning from Miami on Saturday. Travel Means: Air or Private Auto, whichever is convenient and reasonable. Autos must be shared. Lodging: All ...
  81. Business

    4. Which one of the following philosophies makes every employee a quality inspector for his or her own work? A. Six sigma C. Kaizen B. Quality at the source D. TQM 5. According to Maslow’s theory, what happens when a need is satisfied? A. The need disappears and won’t ...
  82. English

    What's your personality? What are you like? 1. I'm kind of introverted. 2. I'm kind of introvert. 3. I'm kind of introvertish. 4. I'm kind of extroverted. 5. I'm kind of extrovert. ----------------- Are the answers all grammatical? Which ones are commonly used?
  83. devry

    A small startup software developer company needs to create a program that will calculate the pay of its employees. For the third version of the program, the company wants the program to accept an employee’s name, the number of hours the employee worked, and the hourly pay ...
  84. Federal Employees Union Question--Please Help

    With respect to the powers of a federal employees union,which statement is True? 1. It can bargain to obtain better pay and benefits for employees. 2. It cannot lobby Congress for personnel policy changes. 3. It can overrule the decisions of the Office of Personnel Management...
  85. Business

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  86. Social Studies

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  87. Emily

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  88. Contemporary Business Communication

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  89. HR

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  90. Statistics

    University Hospital has been concerned with the number of errors found in its billing statements to patients. An audit of 100 bills per week over the past twelve weeks revealed the following number of errors: Week Number of Errors 1 4 2 5 3 6 4 6 5 3 6 2 7 6 8 7 9 3 10 4 11 3 ...
  91. BUSINESS

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  92. 2math

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  93. P.E.

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  94. Business Ethics

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  95. Accounting Math

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  96. Professional Ethics

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  97. Economics- IPO help

    Does an IPO seem like a good idea for a business? What kind of things would you say in an SEC statement to demonstrate that your business? So would I say that the business is very successful and on its way in expanding?
  98. business

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  99. business

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  100. math

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