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    The Worst Day Of My Life

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    The worst day of our lives had just been thrown at us. Let us introduce ourselves. Our names are Nevayah and Lola, and this is the story of the move that broke our friendship apart. Let’s start at the beginning. Nevayah “Wake up! It’s the first day of school, and you’re already late!” mom screamed. I slowly got out of bed. Today would be the day I tell Lola I’m moving, the worst day of my life. She suspected something was up, but then again, I’ve been keeping this from her for a month already

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    For this assignment, I chose to research «SONY». Sony is a multinational conglomerate. The main headquarters are located in Tokyo, Japan. Sony was founded in 1946. In 1953 SONY decided to change their focus from the domestic market and expand more to the international market. SONY’s original goal was to make up to 50% of their gross sales overseas. The have reached this goal in less than seven years. Sony Corporation of America (SONAM) was founded in 1960 in the United States. Products they offer

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    contents Introduction 3 Types of Mergers 3 Types of Acquisitions 4 Motives behind M&A 5 Problems faced in Mergers and Acquisitions 6 Problems faced in Cross Border Mergers and Acquisitions 7 Sony's Acquisition of Columbia Pictures 8 Sony 8 Columbia Pictures 9 Analysis: Star Framework 9 Fig: Choice of Entry Mode 15 Failure of the Acquisition 15 Reasons for the Failure 16 Merger between Daimler-Benz and Chrysler Corporation 18 Daimler-Benz 18 Chrysler Corporation 18 Analysis: Star

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    Sony Corporation’s PEST Analysis Introduction Sony Corporation is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electronic product. It engaged in business through electronics, motion pictures, music and financial services. Though it used to be a leading manufacturer, Sony Corp has now been entangled with low sales rate and financial strain in many of its product lines (Euromonitor, 2014). This paper demonstrates three events of Sony Corporation as a case study to analyze how these external factors

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    Compromised Data In Sony

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    Compromised Data (Series of Leakage): The attackers have claimed that they have purloin a tremendous heap of important information from Sony, perhaps as expansive as 100 terabytes of information, which they are gradually revealing in groups. According to sources the attackers have released online so far this incorporates, in extra the usernames, passwords and delicate data about its system engineering, a large group of records uncovering individual data about workers. The revealed reports incorporate

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    Physical Security Attack on Sony Pictures Sony Pictures is one of the American entertainment company, which was founded on December 21st, 1987. At first it was called as Columbia Pictures Entertainment Inc., later in August 7th 1991, it was named as Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., also known as Sony Pictures. Sony Pictures suffered its first breach in 2011, where one million user accounts were hacked. But the hack happened on November 2014, included 100 terabytes of data being stolen and it effected

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    Baby Driver is an exhilarating and comical, blockbuster hit by Sony Pictures released on June 28, 2017. The action-filled, crime thriller movie follows the fast life of a young getaway driver in Atlanta, Georgia, who’s mischievous childhood of boosting cars led him into the debt of a kingpin. Now, Baby, the young driver, is forced to work for the kingpin in multiple heists which he consistently listens and relies on music to fuel his drive intensity. On his last job, the heist goes wrong leaving

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    Japanese electronics manufacturer Sony Corporation faced operational and financial stagnation. Reported losses were huge even for such a big conglomerate as Sony, net income in 1999 fell to 121.83$ billion from 179$ billion in 1998 and following decrease continued till record 16.75$ billion in 2001. Shareholders worried as the stock price was falling down even though top management made some structural changes: assets were sold, work force was reduced by 17,000. Sony had the only choice to do some reformations

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    months later, the reality of the joke dawned when Sony Pictures Entertainment made an announcement that both Rogen and Goldberg would direct the movie dubbed “The Interview.” The movie was to be officially released toward the end of 2014. However, just before the release of the movie a tragic incident unfolded that left hackers in total control of Sony Pictures Entertainment Network. A group by the name The Guardians of Peace (GOP) had breached Sony Pictures Entertainment and brought their operations to

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    Vertical Integration Back in 2002, Sony geared themselves toward a vertical strategy as reported by Rob Weisenthal, VP and CFO of Sony Corp. of America, “Under the USA umbrella, we undertook a number of vertical initiatives for each operating division. These have already produced significant operational streamlining and financial performance improvements.” As discussed in his release, Weisenthal talked about Sony Pictures Entertainment and their strategy to restructure television operations, where

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