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fraud

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Term paper: Topic 1 Financial statement fraud Find a company (or other public entity) that has been the object of a financial statement fraud in the last 3-5 years. Pull that company’s financial statements (and public announcements) for 3-5 years before the fraudulent financial statement. Do an analysis (potentially a ratio analysis) as well as reading the notes, MD&A and announcements. Write a paper describing the fraud, the red flags for the fraud, and how you would approach the fraud examination. Term Paper: topic 2 Fraud prevention Pick an industry. Write a paper about the vulnerabilities of that industry to particular types of fraud. The offer suggestions as to how you would create a fraud prevention program. For a company in that industry.

effects of information technology in HR

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kindly write an essay on effects of information technology in HR.2 citations,MLA and no plagiarism

Something about the environment

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7 pages , double spaced

Analyze of the dynamics of the American political system with specific reference to the nature of political parties, interest group activity, electoral politics (particularly the selection process), public opinion, political participation and political so

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Analyze of the dynamics of the American political system with specific reference to the nature of political parties, interest group activity, electoral politics (particularly the selection process), public opinion, political participation and political socialization. What is more beneficial for America public interest, a proliferation of interest groups (the pluralist perspective) or two strong broad-based competitive political parities (the elitist view)? A Pluralistic Political Order 1. Heterogeneous socially with a diversity

Dramatic Writing

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Okay so you’ve found yourself behind due to life’s circumstances. Don’t worry, I have a plan that might help. This option requires you to follow the steps below in order to complete a “Progressive Portfolio.” This plan allows you to create 1 portfolio, instead of 3. You’ll create that portfolio in 3 different stages which will allow you to demonstrate your ability to perform all of the writing skills and styles required to successfully complete this course. So, your mission, should you choose to accept it, is as follows: Stage 1: For the Descriptive Essay portfolio in Unit 2, you will write a description of the stage directions for the scene that you will later create in stage 2 (instructions below) of this Progressive Portfolio. The topic of that scene will be an alternate ending for The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail. For this particular stage of your Progressive Portfolio, you only need to submit your stage directions into the dropboxes for the Descriptive Essay portfolio which you will find in Unit 2. However, please know that your stage directions should be a detailed description of what you want the set to look and sound like. This will include things like a setting description and an explanation of the props to be used along with details about the lighting cues and sound effects. Also, you should include a character list with a detailed description for each character. These descriptions should include details about how each character looks, acts, dresses, and speaks. Furthermore, your stage direction description should use literary devices like imagery and similes to paint a vivid picture of this scene in the mind of your readers. Stage 2: The following instructions will guide you to create a product that will satisfy the Dramatic Scene portfolio requirement of this course. For this portion, you will add to the stage directions that you created in the descriptive assignment from stage 1 above by creating a script that provides an alternate ending to The Night Thoreau Spend in Jail. This scene should present a theme, connect to the events presented in the play prior to where your new ending picks up, and reflect the same characters used in the original play. Once you are done with this script, you will want to add it to the stage directions that you created in Stage 1 and then submit that combined product into the dropboxes for the Dramatic Scene portfolio which you will find in Unit 3. Stage 3: Finally, to complete the Alternate Ending portfolio requirement of this course, you will want to begin by starting the alternate ending that you created in stage 2 with the sentence that appears on the last page of the original play. This will transition your audience from the original author’s voice to yours. Be sure to put that sentence in quotations and cite it using proper MLA format. Next you will want to read and if necessary revise your scene to ensure that all of the details needed to take this scene from page to stage are provided. For example, you may need to add in some stage directions at the end to show your audience that your scene is over or perhaps you need some more dialogue to successfully communicate your theme. Then, you will want to reread the scene from the play that comes before yours to ensure that your writing style (created by things like your writing voice, word choices, dialogue, etc.) fits in perfectly with that of Jerome Lawrence (the author of The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail.) Then, that final, revised product should be complete and ready to submit. To do so just put that final scene into the Alternate Ending dropboxes provided in Unit 4.

chemistry

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how many moles of ammonia are formed is the reaction is run using 635 ammonium chloride and excess calcium oxide

book

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this is on the book digital destiny

Term Paper: Students’ Self-Service Website for Mobile

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In order to provide a convenient self-service solution for students to access personal and course-related material, Strayer University would like develop a mobile Web application that runs on an iPhone, iPad, Droid, Blackberry, and other mobile devices. Students are currently able to use the Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and other desktop browsers to perform self-service tasks. The university has asked you to provide a Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) guide that will help with the design and implementation of this service. Write a ten to fifteen (10-15) page term paper that can help the university achieve its objective. The paper must address the following topics: Information Gathering 1. Describe the following: a. The purpose and goals of the mobile self-service. b. The target audience. c. The audience needs and wants. d. The resources that will be required to achieve the desired output. Design Strategy 2. Describe each of the following. a. The design of the Website for mobile devices. b. The interfaces that are applicable to the mobile devices. 3. Design each of the following using Microsoft Visio or any open source wireframing or mockup tool. Note: The graphically depicted solution is not included in the required page length. a The http://icampus.strayer.edu home page for a mobile device. b.. The self-service Web page to enroll in your courses using mobile device. Prototyping 4. Write a proposal to the University including the following: a. The prototypes that could be created. b. The type of usability testing to use in determining the design that will provide the best user experience. c. The type of evaluation methods to use in determining the design that will provide the best user experience. Implementation 5. Provide details of how the mobile self-service will be implemented on the various mobile devices. Note: Keep in mind that the university already provides a self-service Website for non-mobile students. Maintenance and Growth 6. Elaborate on the guidelines for how the self-service Website can be kept current as newer mobile devices are being introduced at a rapid rate. 7. Use at least three (3) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources. Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Be typed, double-spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.

IT management and business success

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three newspapers articles and 2 magazines

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