Management 479 10 October 2014 FINAL EXAM: Carnival Cruise Line Case Study Carnival Cruise line has done a tremendous job “staying afloat” during the past recession where vacations and luxury items have suffered. Currently trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) at $35.51 per share with a total volume at 6.2 million, this global cruise lines is one of the largest vacation companies in the world. With multiple cruise brands under the Carnival umbrella, Carnival has diversified globally and proven
Management 4. Situation Analysis 5. Ethics and Responsibility 6. Human Resource 7. Globalization 8. Operation and Production 9. Finance and Financial Management 10. Hypothetical Request for Venture Capitalist 11. Conclusion and Recommendation 12. Citation and References Executive Summary “ It seems to me, we have a lot of story yet to tell” -Walt.
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