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  • Texaco and Chevron

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    [pic] RESEARCH PAPER SUBMITTED BY: SISA, MARILYN VILLAFLORES, CYLLEN D. BFA AA 4 SUBMITTED TO: MRS. ARACELI JAYNE CANONIGO-CULIBRA, MMBM I. COMPANY PROFILE Chevron is one of the world's largest integrated energy companies. Headquartered in San Ramon, Calif., we conduct business worldwide. We are engaged in every aspect of the crude oil and natural gas industry, including exploration and production, manufacturing, marketing and transportation, chemicals manufacturing and sales, geothermal

  • Essay investing in the stock market

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    2013 Mr. Acker For the month of December, I was given an assignment consisting of $100,000 and four stocks to invest in. My four stocks were The Ralph Lauren Corp., Visa Inc., Master card Inc. and The Chevron Corp. As stated I was given a month to record my data and I ended up with a total capital gain of $5,518.36 for the one month period for my investments. I have to thank you Mr. Acker, this project was not difficult, but it did confuse me. Receiving this assignment scared me

  • Case Analysis Of Texaco

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    1. Identify the ethical culture problem at Texaco in the mid-1990s. Based on the case analysis, the ethical cultural problem at Texaco during the mid-1990’s included racism and discrimination against the minority community of African American employees as part of which these employees were confronted with racist language and lower pay. 2. Based on the facts in the case and what you have learned in Chapter 5, evaluate the culture change effort that is underway. What cultural systems have been

  • Essay on Texaco Case Study

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    Symptoms of Problems at Texaco Identification of Root Problems and Unresolved Issues Highly qualified African-American employees filed a class action suit against Texaco in 1994, stating that the company failed to promote African-American employees to a higher position and it failed to compensate them in relation to Caucasian employees in similar positions. Throughout the investigation of Texaco if was found that documents would potentially damage Texaco were being withheld. When secret tape

  • Miranda K. Walker. An Analysis Of The Exert For Environmental

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    ports in South America that were permitted to trade amongst themselves or with any port in Spain from six to twenty-four, the region’s economy bettered. However, it would never fully recover from the fall of the textile industry. In 1976, after a Texaco Gulf consortium discovered mass amount of oil in the Oriente, the construction of a 312-mile-long pipe line was commissioned. The pipe line was gradually transferred to state ownership during the 1970s and 1980s, and for the first time in Ecuador’s

  • Corporate Social Responsibility Essay

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    a corporation being lack of ethical accountable. According to Singer (1999; online), in 1994, six African-Americans workers of Texaco claimed that they were racially discriminated by Texaco for being not promoted at an equivalent rate as the equally qualified Caucasian staff and paid less when coping with an equivalent works and responsibilities as those employees. Texaco had been

  • The Amazon Is Oil Rich And The Extraction

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    An increased demand for oil has led oil associations to become desperate in finding new oil manufacturers. Unfortunately, the Amazon is oil rich and the extraction has created a lot of implications for the environment and culture existing in the Amazon. The Amazon is home to many natural resources due to its vegetation that continuously recycles carbon dioxide into oxygen. Some of the world 's most promising oil and gas deposits lie deep in the tropical rainforests, especially in the Western Amazon

  • Racial Discrimination Throughout The Civil Rights Act Of 1964

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    classifications, promotions, layoffs, recruitment, training/apprenticeship programs, and leave decided based on race. Federal Laws Prohibiting Job Discrimination (EEOC). These racial discrimination practices comes at high cost for society. Large companies like Texaco, Coca-Cola and Merrill Lynch have had to pay millions of dollars to compensate the victims of race discrimination and to pay for their own responsibility in encouraging or allowing a discriminatory atmosphere to flourish in the workplace. However

  • Against All Shareholders

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    management of companies has the responsibilities beyond normal duties to ensure a high return for stockholders. Investments should always carry high criteria before making the investment because people’s livelihood depends on it. In this case, stockholders Texaco and SoCal invested in an oil company named Caltrex to give them a high return of its investment although the trust was severed by racism and government greed lend to an end result of sense of unjust ethics

  • Indigenous Struggle For A Life With Dignity

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    Jenny Melin INT 203 Dr. Stephen Haymes Indigenous Struggle for a Life with Dignity in the Ecuadorian Amazon In this paper I argue that lawsuit filed against ChevronTexaco for dumping 18 billion gallons of toxic wastewater, spilling roughly 17 millions gallons of crude oil, and leaving hazardous waste in hundreds of open pits dug out of the forest floor have affected more than the ecosystem of the Ecuadorian Amazon. ChevronTexaco has also completely threatened the Ecuadorian indigenous people’s