Mr. Gillespie is a 21 year old male who presented to the ED after an intentional overdose on 20 600mg of Gabapentin. Per documentation from ED staff Mr. Gillespie reported he became angry at his grandmother tonight and tried to "prove a point." Mr. Gillespe reported to staff threatened to overdose on his on pills, however dumped them in the toilet. He expressed after making threats to overdose on his prescribed Celexa did not phase his grandmother, he proceeded to take her Gabapentin. Per documentation Mr. Gillespe has been living with grandmother for 2 weeks and before that was living with his mother in Cary. At the time of the assessment Mr. Gillespie was calm and cooperative. He denies current suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation, and symptoms of psychosis. He appears guarded during the assessment. He reports tonight his grandmother and he got into an argument over him getting a job. He reports his grandmother informed him he has to be out by Friday. Mr. Gillespe denies history of self harm. He
The PBT showed Haring having a BAC of 0.11. Arrest: At 14:32 Haring was arrested for OWI and fleeing the scene of an accident. He was taken away for booking and a Data Master Breathalyzer test.
Case Study 2: Wates and Reginald Todd Wates, now 28 years old, has been treated for Cystic Fibrosis (CF) since he was eight years old. He currently resides with his mother Sarah, and father Anthony, in a two-bedroom apartment close to the hospital where he receives treatment.
To rebut petitioner McCleskey's alibi defense at his 1978 Georgia trial for murder and a related crime, the State called Officer Evans, the occupant of the jail cell next to McCleskey's, who testified that McCleskey had admitted and boasted about the killing. On the basis of this and other evidence supporting McCleskey's guilt, the jury convicted him and sentenced him to death. After the State Supreme Court affirmed, he filed an unsuccessful petition for state habeas corpus relief, alleging, inter alia, that his statements to Evans were elicited in a situation created by the State to induce him to make incriminating statements without the assistance of counsel in violation of Massiah v. United States, 377 U.S. 201 . He then filed his first
Above: Dick Hickock, left, and Perry Smith, right Readers Respond A Question of Capital Punishment Breaking news today in the Clutter case that we have been tracking here at Justice News. Perry Smith and Richard Hickock, alleged perpetrators of the murder of the Clutter family, were given the death penalty. Hickock and Smith were accused of killing the Clutter, family of 4, on November 15, 1959 in Holcomb, Kansas, before robbing them of a couple of dollars and household goods, then fleeing to Mexico. The men were arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, on December 30.
1. The client was aware that the cellular device was aware that the phone was not being sold anymore. She also stated that it had been almost five years since the phone has not been in use or in a working condition. Also the phone is a flip and in today’s
a. Project Net Investment (NINV): NINV=Capital Expenditure-ATSVold , where ATSVold = After-Tax Salvage Value of the old equipment. ATSVold=MVold+BVold-MVoldt , where MVold = Calculate total peso cash flows over time. 1.3. In order to estimate the peso discount rate, assume that the International Fisher Effect (IFE) holds. Groupe Ariel's Euro hurdle rate for a project of this type was 8%. Assume that inflation rates are expected to be 7% in Mexico and 3% in France.
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1. How would you characterize the office supplies industry in 1985? What was the approach of large distributors and wholesalers to the small business segment? Why? Who served large accounts? (10) The office supplies industry in 1985 is highly fragmented and the market scope is broad. On the manufacturer level, there
Wolfgang Keller Case Analysis MBA-6120 Abstract Wolfgang Keller is a 34 year old graduate of the Harvard Business School. After a fast moving career building a reputation for turning around failing businesses, Wolfgang Keller once again found himself facing the challenge of turning around a losing business. This time it was as managing director of the Ukrainian subsidy of the Konigsbrau Brewery. The company was experiencing €2.9 million per year with annual sales of €116 million, (Gabarro, 2008). Even though this was a bigger company that he was used to dealing with, he seemed to be well on his way to success after just three years. Sales had increased to €145 million and the company was finally turning a €7 million
Case Analysis #1: Boldflash Group 3: Phillip Prince & Raven Summers Management 372-902 February 24, 2014 Cross-functional teams are vital in many businesses, because it increases productivity, enhances communication between departments, and leads to overall success in a company. Boldflash is a company that has fallen behind on this front, and is thus struggling to keep up with its competitors. Roger Cahill, the new vice president of the Mobile Division, is faced with the challenge of finding a way to restructure the departments in his division in order to increase productivity and improve the product development process.
a. Cutting 8 hrs/day x 60 min/hr = 480 min/day Machine 1 = (0.05 x 4)(100) + (5.25 x 4) = 41 min/batch Machine 2 = (0.05 x 4)(100) + (5.00 x 4) = 40 min/batch Machine 3 = (0.04 x 4)(100) + (4.00 x 4) = 32 min/batch Manufacturing Lead Time (MLT) Therefore, the time given is the time it takes to stamp 1 of the 4 components on one machine. Another assumption I have made is the workers performing the stitching are all equally paced. It takes each worker the exact same amount of time to perform their duties and pass the product along to the next group.
Chris Peterson at DSS Consulting Joletta Martin July 18, 2013 This case discussed the events that occurred during a change in DSS Consulting’s organizational structure. Three retired school district administrators established DSS Consulting during the late 1990’s. The company offered administrative support to small school districts located within the mid-west and mountain west region. They specialized in handling the negotiating of labor agreements as well as implementation of permanent system solutions designed to enable those organizations to run efficiently.
Questions 1. What could Mazda learn from eye-tracking software that would be difficult to learn? from other observational methods? The eye-tracking software provides Mazda with the ability to observe eye movement and track the amount of time spent looking at a particular area. 2. What are the shortcomings of this method? The shortcomings of using the eye tracking software method are: • The equipment is expensive Questions 1. Identify the research design used by E-Lab. Visible observation was used by E-Lab to meet the needs of Texas Instruments. 2. Compare this research design with a survey research design. What advantages, if any, did this research design have over a survey?
Principles of Management Case Analysis (Dyners Corporation) Sevilla, Ma.Christine Leonardo, Arren Alban, Judy Anne Garcia, Fenny Marie Boctot, Kristien Keye Mendoza, Marvin Pascual, Rhon Angelo I. Background Mr. Alfaro Burgos, the vice president for sales of Dyners Corporation. It is a family firm that manufactures stainless steel and silver plated tableware. After some time, the inventory of the company showed a shortage. He discovered some mispacking of silver plated tableware in the warehouse of the corporation. He hired an industrial security firm to investigate the deprivation in the warehouse. It did not take long for the agent to discover the truth. Karlo Deles, the warehouse supervisor was the man behind the internal