An Ocean Adventure

  • Adventures in Fugawiland

    Adventures in Fugawiland Fugawiland: a land full of hardworking hunters, dedicated mothers, learning children, many animals, and lots and lots of land. Fugawiland is in between the border of Lake Superior and the Highlands. There were 25 different sites in Fugawiland, but we were only given information on 10 different sites. The areas in which the citizens of Fugawiland lived permanently were either by the shore or by a river in sites F, Y, R (shore), P, I, W, and C (river). About twice as many

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  • Ocean Manufacturing

    Case 1.1 Ocean Manufacturing, Inc.: The New Client Acceptance Decision Ocean Manufacturing, Inc. is recommended as a prospective audit client of Barnes and Fischer, LLP. I believe that Barnes and Fischer should accept the client because of Barnes and Fisher's opportunities in consulting and information technology (IT) development, Ocean Manufacturing, Inc.'s sound management/business model and past successful audits, and primarily, the growth potential of Ocean Manufacturing, Inc. following

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  • Oceans

    Oceans Name of student Name of institution Oceans About seventy-one percent of the planet is covered with water bodies most of which consists of the five major oceans namely: the Pacific, the Atlantic, the Indian, the Arctic and the Antarctic. The word “sea” is sometimes wrongly for “ocean”, but “sea” represents the saline water body surrounded by land. In terms of hydrosphere, the oceans cover

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  • Dynamic Ocean

    DYNAMIC OCEAN SURFACE CIRCULATION Ocean Currents • are masses of ocean water that flow from one place to another. • Currents that are generated involve water masses in motion. • Surface currents develop from friction between the ocean and the wind that blows across its surface. Ocean Circulation Patterns • Higher circulating – moving current systems dominate the surfaces of the oceans. These large whirls of water within an ocean basin are called GYRES (gyros = a circle). World’s Five

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  • The Ocean

    The Ocean The ocean makes up around 70% of the Earth’s surface. It is divided into several separate oceans which interconnect bodies of salt water. The major oceans are the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, and Artic Ocean. The ocean has many functions. It keeps the Earth’s temperature moderate by absorbing solar radiation. It is then stored as heat energy which is distributed around the globe by the ocean currents. This keeps the land and air warm during the winter and cools it down during

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  • Ocean

    Oceans are large bodies of saltwater. Life on this wonderful planet earth began in these huge bodies of water. Oceans are unique in this galaxy. No other planet on the Solar System has water on its surface. Oceans cover approximately 71 percent of our planet's surface and hold around 97 percent of the planet's water. There are five oceans and many seas on the planet. The five oceans are: the Pacific Ocean, the Atlantic Ocean, the Indian Ocean, the Southern Ocean and the Arctic Ocean. The Pacific

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  • Blue Ocean Strategy

    S p r i n g 2 0 0 5 | V o l . 4 7 , N o . 3 | R E P R I N T S E R I E S Canifgernia ala oment M Review Blue Ocean Strategy: From Theory to Practice W. Chan Kim Renée Mauborgne © 2005 by The Regents of the University of California Blue Ocean Strategy: FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE W. Chan Kim Renée Mauborgne or twenty-five years, competition has been at the heart of corporate strategy. Today, one can hardly speak of strategy without involving the language of competition:

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  • Outdoor Adventure

    Chris Jordan Outdoor Adventure Notebook Fall Semester 2013 Tee Pee Shuffle Object: Students stand on a log or confined surface and must arrange themselves in the given order while staying entirely in that confined area. Orders: Birthday, height, age, sign, clothes, eye color, sex (boy-girl-boy-girl), etc. Extensions up: Must completely start over if someone falls, can’t talk, can’t go over people. Extensions down: Only the person that fell must go back, students can talk Picture Frame

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  • Ocean Manufacturing

    Ocean Manufacturing, Inc. The new client acceptance decision l ea r ning o bj e C t ive s After completing and discussing this case you should be able to [1] Understand c as e 1.1 Mark S. Beasley · Frank A. Buckless · Steven M. Glover · Douglas F. Prawitt the types of information relevant to evaluating a prospective audit client [2] List some of the steps an auditor should take in deciding whether to accept a prospective client Identify and evaluate factors important to the client

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  • An Ocean Adventure

    An Ocean Adventure As I watch, the waves from the shore look fun and almost innocent as they crest and then crash over one another. I can taste the salt in the air and watch little rainbows glisten through the prisms of the ocean’s spray. The warm ocean water toward the shore is covered with foam and bubbles from the rumbling waves as children and their families play in the gritty tan colored sand. I think to myself, “This is perfect”. I make the final preparations on my Yamaha Waverunner. All

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  • Ocean

    1.5 million tons of plastic waste per year (Baskind). Assume that every empty bottle makes its way to a garbage can. Plastic waste is now at such a high volume that vast eddies of current-bound plastic trash now spin endlessly in the world's major oceans (Baskind). This issue holds a great risk to marine life endangering animals such as birds and fish, that accidentally mistake our garbage for food. Nearly 90% of plastic water bottles are not recycled, instead take thousands of years to decompose

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  • Ocean

    tides. Tides are the daily or twice daily rise and fall of the oceans. Tides are caused by the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on the ocean. The rise and fall of tides causes water to move in and out of estuaries, bays and harbors. This movement is called a tidal current. When the tide is rising, water flows from the ocean into the bay creating a flood current. When the tide falls, water flows from the bay back into the ocean creating an ebb current. The highest tides, called spring tides

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  • Skiing Adventure

    The Big Race Childhood is a time of adventure and exploring. For me, I took adventure and exploring to a whole new level. When I was only eight years old, I entered a ski race on the 2002 Olympic course while on vacation in Park City, Utah. Every year during Christmas break, my family and I take a trip out west to go skiing. That year was particularly special because it was going to be our first trip to Utah. Two weeks before for our trip, my dad was doing some research about all the events that

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  • Blue Ocean

    Managerial Marketing Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim The second part describes the four principles of blue ocean strategy formulation: how to create uncontested market space by reconstructing market boundaries, focusing on the big picture, reaching beyond existing demand and getting the strategic sequence right. These four formulation principles address how an organization can create blue oceans by looking across the six conventional boundaries of competition (Six Paths Framework), reduce

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  • Ocean Acidification

    OCEAN ACIDIFICATION- ESSAY THURSDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 2012 Covering more than 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, the ocean is one of planet Earth’s most distinguishing characteristics. Over recent years, human activities such as the burning of fossil fuels have increased the amount of carbon dioxide gas emitted to the atmosphere and the amount that dissolves into the ocean. Now, so much carbon dioxide has been absorbed by the ocean that the chemistry of seawater is changing, causing the ocean to become

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  • Blue Ocean

    Blue Ocean Strategy Shawn Good MKT/421 August 18, 2014 Mark McClintock Blue Ocean Strategy If a company wants to be an overachiever, sometimes a company needs to venture out in untested waters to see what can happen with a product or service it will offer. Companies can find out if what they are offering will be successful or not, instead of being complacent in companies doing the same thing. There are two strategies to companies doing something new called blue ocean strategy. Or the

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  • The Adventures of Aladdin

    could only stammer: "I want to go home!" In a flash he was back in his own home, though the door wa tightly shut. "How did you get in?" called his mother from the kitchen stove, the minute she set eyes on him. Excitedly, her son told her of his adventures. "Where's the silver coin?" his mother asked. Aladdin clapped a hand to his brow. For all he had brought home was the old oil lamp "Oh, mother! I'm so sorry. This is all I've got." "Well, let's hope it works. It's so dirty . . ." and the widow

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  • Ocean Energy

    Writing Sample - Ocean Energy Research Paper 4 months ago * * Email * Favorite * Favorited × * Download * Embed * More… * * Copy and paste this code into your blog or website Copy Customize Without related content Start from slide number Size (px) 382 x 408 477 x 510 572 x 612 668 x 714 Embed code for blogs Copy Close * We have emailed the verification/download link to "". Login to your email and click the

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  • Ocean

    o the Following in regard to Acceptance of Ocean as a Client 1. Identify five procedures an auditor should perform in determining whether to accept a client. Which of these five are required by auditing standards? 2. Using Ocean's financial information, calculate relevant preliminary analytical procedures (e.g., ratio tests, and other financial statistics) to obtain a better understanding of the prospective client and to determine how Ocean is doing financially. Compare Ocean's ratios to the industry

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  • The Beautiful Ocean

    The Beautiful Ocean The above-sea world has many wonderful and beautiful sights. As air-breathing, land dwellers, we can look up during the day and see the enormous bright blue sky with puffs of clouds that look like cotton candy, stars that flicker like little candles at night, and strong, tall oaks that look like skyscrapers. Being above water has many beautiful sights to offer but just where those beauties end another world with its own beauties begins. Scuba diving at a spot near my uncle’s

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  • Oceans

    case of Ocean Carriers, protagonist Mary Linn must decide upon the best alternative regarding the building of a capesize carrier that a client has requested. Her choices in the matter include: 1) Building the ship and salvaging it after 15 years for a $5 million profit 2) Building the ship and keeping it in operation for its full 25 year operating life 3) Denying the request and not building the ship at all. Through my research I’ve found that the best decision for Mary Linn and Ocean Carriers

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  • Blue Ocean Strategy

    BLUE OCEAN STRATEGY With Supply outpacing Demand in more and more industries each day, today companies find themselves competing for a share of the contracting markets. The question looming large is whether businesses ought to address competition as their main issue or direct their focus elsewhere? While the “five forces” analysis lays emphasis on outperforming competition in order to capture greater share of the existing demand, Blue Ocean Strategy belies competition and believes in creating uncontested

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  • Adventures

    You don’t know about me, without you have read a book by the name of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer; but that ain’t no matter. That book was made by Mr. Mark Twain, and he told the truth, mainly. There was things which he stretched, but mainly he told the truth. That is nothing. I never seen anybody but lied one time or another, without it was Aunt Polly, or the widow, or maybe Mary. Aunt Polly—Tom’s Aunt Polly, she is—and Mary, and the Widow Douglas is all told about in that book, which is

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  • Blue Ocean

    Blue Ocean Strategy Jaime Quintero MKT/421 March 23, 2015 Salomon Chavira Blue Ocean Strategy While businesses are continuously looking for techniques in which they can better cope with their rivals, one theory recommends they would be better off studying methods in which they are contending against no one but themselves. This is known as the blue ocean strategy. Blue Ocean Blue Ocean Strategy is a recently established marketing concept obtained from the devises of W. Chan Kim and Renée

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  • A Graphic Adventure

    A Graphic Adventure A Graphic Adventure Nathan Reece Herzing University A Graphic Adventure The holocaust is well known as a very tragic event and a first-hand account of such an event is already intriguing enough. However, Art Spiegelman took the intrigue a step further by telling it through an ironic graphic novel. The short adscript, “Prisoner of War” is an ironic graphic representation of the holocaust from a Russian’s perspective. Artie, a secluded boy, visits his father one

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  • Blue Ocean Strategy Plan

    Blue Ocean Strategy Plan MKT/421 Introduction In today's competitive market where companies attempt to outperform one another by creating a brand new product or adjusting an existing product in attempts to appeal to a larger customer base are referred to as a Blue and Red Ocean strategy plans; “Red Oceans represent industries in existence today, and the industry boundaries are defined, accepted, and the competitive rules of the game are understood. Blue oceans

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  • Blue Ocean

    The Blue Ocean strategy in marketing is a unique approach to building a customer base. Instead of trying to compete in an overcrowded marketplace with existing companies, a Blue Ocean strategy seeks to build an entirely new market area. With the rapid growth of technology and globalization, the importance of a Blue Ocean strategy has grown in recent years. The “Blue Ocean strategy” is a term that originated from the 2005 book, The Blue Ocean Strategy, by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne that describes

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  • Blue Ocean Strategy

    Value innovation: a leap into the blue ocean W. Chan Kim is The Boston Consulting Group Bruce D. Henderson Chair Professor of Strategy and International Management at INSEAD. ´ Renee Mauborgne is The INSEAD Distinguished Fellow and a professor of strategy and management at INSEAD. This article is based on their book, Blue Ocean Strategy: How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant (Harvard Business School Press, 2005). orporate strategy is heavily influenced by

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  • Blue Ocean

    Blue Ocean Strategy Blue Ocean Strategy The principle of a Blue Ocean Strategy is when a business reinvents itself within its given market to make them stand out as different from the rest of the competition. A company does this by an area within the market that is untouched or has low competition. According to Chan and Renee (2004) “Competing in overcrowded industries is no way to sustain high performance. The real opportunity is to create blue oceans of uncontested market space.” An example

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  • Adventures in Cheating

    Adventures in Cheating A guide to buying term papers online. Students, your semester is almost over. This fall, did you find yourself pulling many bong hits but few all-nighters? Absorbing much Schlitz but little Nietzsche? Attending Arizona State University? If the answer is yes to any or (especially) all these questions, you will no doubt be plagiarizing your term papers. Good for you—we're all short on time these days. Yes, it's ethically blah blah blah to cheat on a term paper blah.

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  • Ocean Acification

    Rosco Mac Firstly, carbon dioxide in water is a very weak acid, whilst the ocean is a very stable buffer with a pH averaging around 8. The concentration of enough CO2 to significantly reduce that pH will not come from the atmosphere – there isn’t enough CO2 in the atmosphere to make much difference.The mass of the oceans is 268 times the mass of the atmosphereI can say this with confidence because the mass of the oceans is 268 times the mass of the atmosphere, and CO2 is currently only 0.04% of

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  • Ocean Life

    has liquid water. The ocean contains ninety seven percent of the earth’s water and covers almost three quarters of the planet. There are four different oceans, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, and the Arctic. Tides and currents occur in all three of these oceans. Many different kinds of fish and mammals also make their homes in these oceans. All of these oceans are connected to each other in some way. Humans find oceans to be very interesting, beautiful, and exploring. All oceans contain salt water and

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  • Ocean

    ANGELA CHAO Ocean Carriers In January 2001, Mary Linn, Vice President of Finance for Ocean Carriers, a shipping company with offices in New York and Hong Kong, was evaluating a proposed lease of a ship for a three-year period, beginning in early 2003. The customer was eager to finalize the contract to meet his own commitments and offered very attractive terms. No ship in Ocean Carrier’s current fleet met the customer’s requirements. Linn, therefore, had to decide whether Ocean Carriers should

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  • Ocean Study

    ANGELA CHAO Ocean Carriers In January 2001, Mary Linn, Vice President of Finance for Ocean Carriers, a shipping company with offices in New York and Hong Kong, was evaluating a proposed lease of a ship for a three-year period, beginning in early 2003. The customer was eager to finalize the contract to meet his own commitments and offered very attractive terms. No ship in Ocean Carrier’s current fleet met the customer’s requirements. Linn, therefore, had to decide whether Ocean Carriers should

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  • Ocean

    its importance.    Growing up on the small three mile long, island of Green Turtle Cay, I have always had a love for the ocean and its inhabitants. From the time I could walk, I found myself tagging along with my big brother and father in the boat. However it wasn’t until my second week of work experience at Brendal’s Dive Center that I realized my true love for the ocean and viewed it from a different perspective.  We arrived at the dive spot we had been previously been to, but this time I was

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  • American Adventures

    Two of America’s greatest adventures were the Lewis and Clark Expedition and Man on the Moon. The Lewis and Clark Expedition took place in the U.S during 1803, while man on the moon took place during the 1969-1972. Lewis and Clark went to go explore the west because Thomas Jefferson assigned them to do this after the Louisiana Purchase. The U.S sent Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin to win the space race against the U.S.S.R. The two adventures had a lot in common and many differences. The Lewis and

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  • Stella's Adventure

    Stella’s Adventures was written for children between the ages for 7-9 years old. The book is intended to show kids that traveling to another country can be very fun, even if not a lot their classmates are traveling out of the country. Even though Stella’s classmates were all going to Disneyland, Stella found out that there were other things that could be better than Disneyland. She experience “Disneyland” in her own culture, giving her a better experience. The theme of the book is traveling to

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  • Ocean Manufacturing

    Ocean Manufacturing, Inc. การตัดสินใจรับงานสอบบัญชี วัตถุประสงค์การเรียนรู้ 1. เข้าใจประเภทของข้อมูลที่เกี่ยวข้องกับลูกค้าการตรวจประเมินที่คาดหวังไว้ 2. ระบุขั้นตอนที่ผู้สอบตัดสินใจยอมรับลูกค้าที่คาดหวังไว้ 3. ระบุและประเมินปัจจัยที่สำคัญต่อการตัดสินใจรับงานสอบบัญชี 4. เข้าใจกระบวนการในการสร้างและแสดงให้เห็นถึงข้อเสนอแนะที่เกี่ยวกับการรับงานสอบบัญชี บทนำ บริษัทบัญชีของ Barnes และ Fischer เป็นบริษัทตรวจสอบบัญชีรับอนุญาตแห่งชาติขนาดกลาง ปัจจุบันมีหุ้นส่วนที่เป็นผู้เชี่ยวชาญมากกว่า 6,000

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  • Adventure

    Adventure refers to the exciting activity or unusual experience. These experiences are often of daring or risky nature. There are many people whose life is filled up with adventurous experiences. The definition of Adventure varies from person to person. It is in actually defined as ‘a risky undertaking of unknown outcome’ which means that an adventurer is one who gets a thrill out of exploits, the result of which may also be dangerous or if in favour, then sublime. Let us consider the options

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  • Adventures

    Washington. In addition, AKORN®, our undersea fiber optic cable system, connects our Alaska network from Homer, Alaska to our facilities in Florence, Oregon along a diverse path within Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and undersea in the Pacific Ocean. Northstar, our other undersea fiber optic system, comprises approximately 2,100 miles with cable landing facilities in Whittier, Juneau, and Valdez, Alaska, and Nedonna Beach, Oregon. Together, these fiber optic cables provide extensive bandwidth

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  • Ocean Park

     Alejandro Portugal                                                                               Martin Pretorius                                                                                  Iona Ramió Mateu    OCEAN PARK CASE STUDY     INTRODUCTION  Ocean  Park  Hong  Kong  is  a  marine  animal  theme  park   located  in  the  Southern  District  of  Hong  Kong.  It  was   inaugurated  in  1977  by  the  Government  with   the  intention  to   bring  somewhere  where  Hong  Kong 

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  • Ocean

    Earth’s Dynamic Ocean and Atmosphere II Worksheet From Visualizing Earth Science, by Merali, Z., and Skinner, B. J, 2009, Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. Copyright 2009 by Wiley. Adapted with permission. Part 1 Figures 1 and 2 depict two important features of the world ocean. Figure 1 shows one way in which the ocean basins filled with water and Figure 2 represents one of the many mineral sources contributing to ocean salinity. [pic][pic] Figure 1 Figure 2 1. Explain the origin of ocean water in 150 words

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  • Exotic Adventures

    Exotic Adventures Inc: The Amazon River Voyage Case Synopsis Exotic Adventures Inc (EAI) operates voyages along the full length of the Amazon River from Belem, Brazil, on the Atlantic Coast to Iquitos, Peru. They normally operate in high water season and were now offering trips during the low water season also. Unfortunately EAI received reports from Brazilian authorities that waters were unusually low this year but Peruvian authorities indicated all was fine. State the Assignment Question Due

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  • Ocean Energy

    The ocean can produce two types of energy: thermal energy from the sun's heat, andmechanical energy from the tides and waves. Oceans cover more than 70% of Earth's surface, making them the world's largest solar collectors. The sun's heat warms the surface water a lot more than the deep ocean water, and this temperature difference creates thermal energy. Just a small portion of the heat trapped in the ocean could power the world. Workers install equipment for an ocean thermal energy conversion

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  • Adventures

    The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn By Mark Twain Download free eBooks of classic literature, books and novels at Planet eBook. Subscribe to our free eBooks blog and email newsletter. NOTICE P ERSONS attempting to find a motive in this narra- tive will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral in it will be banished; persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot. BY ORDER OF THE AUTHOR, Per G.G., Chief of Ordnance.  The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

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  • Ocean Carrier

    ANGELA CHAO Ocean Carriers In January 2001, Mary Linn, Vice President of Finance for Ocean Carriers, a shipping company with offices in New York and Hong Kong, was evaluating a proposed lease of a ship for a three-year period, beginning in early 2003. The customer was eager to finalize the contract to meet his own commitments and offered very attractive terms. No ship in Ocean Carrier’s current fleet met the customer’s requirements. Linn, therefore, had to decide whether Ocean Carriers should

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  • Ocean Adventures

    1. The underlying causes for the outbreak of the price war are the close proximity of two competitive businesses and the lack of pricing cooperation needed to benefit from such a situation. Having two competitive businesses in a “fish bowl” atmosphere like this requires both businesses to agree on a price and stick to it. They also need to find ways to differentiate themselves from one another. This could decrease the “head to head” atmosphere and help both businesses carve out their own niche

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  • Ocean Carriers

    Ocean Carriers’ Case Spring 2012 Ocean Carriers Ocean Carriers Inc. owned and operated capsized dry bulk carriers that carried iron ore worldwide. The company’s vessels were typically chartered on a “time charter” basis for a period of years. The charterer paid Oceans Carriers a daily hire rate for the entire length of the contract, determined what cargo the vessel carries, and controlled where the vessel loaded and unloaded. Ocean Carriers supplied a vessel that complied

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  • Blue Ocean

    A market can be thought of as an ocean. The ocean can be divided into two segments: the red ocean and the blue ocean. The red ocean is comprised of existing market segments and this space contains all things in existence today. The competition in this space is fierce. Conversely, the blue ocean represents all things not in existence today or the opportunity to reengineer an established industry. The framework for formulating a Blue Ocean Strategy is explained in the following paragraphs. The

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  • Ocean

    Guide for Case Analyses “Ocean Carriers” Objectives of case: The key objective is to develop an understanding of how discounted cash flow analysis can be used to make investment and corporate policy decisions. 1. Determine the value and net present value of a real assets; 2. Distinguishing between book value and market value; 3. Identifying and forecasting incremental expected cash flows, including initial and ongoing capital expenditures, investment in net working capital,

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