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BBC reports, MacDonald’s was ranked second in the world’s largest private employers list. The company has 1.5 million workers who operate both the main outlets and the franchises. Comparison Table Comparison Criteria Brand of Choice (MacDonald’s) Competitor One (Taco Bell) Competitor Two (Wendy’s) Product Offerings Hamburgers, Chicken, French fries, Soft Drinks Burritos, Nachos, quesadillas Chicken, Hamburger, Bacon, Soft drinks Prices $1-$7 for the snacks $1-8$ $1-$6 Distribution of stores in the United States 14,146 restaurants in 2016 6,121 restaurants in 2016 5,739 restaurants in 2016 Promotions Beef Quarter Pounder Burgers, Discounts on Coffee Classic Tacos, Doritos Locos Taco...

BBC. Retrieved from http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20170307-the-ethical-challenge-facing-artificial-intelligence Meola, A. (2016). How the Internet of Things Will Affect Security and Privacy. Business Insider. Retrieved from http://www.businessinsider.com/internet-of-things-security-privacy-2016-8?IR=T Popescul, D., & Georgescu, M. (2014). Internet of Things–some ethical issues. The USV Annals of Economics and Public Administration, 13(2 (18)),...

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BBC News, 2018; Antiwar.com, 2009, August 07). The US soldiers carried out atrocities against the detainees thinking that they were only taking orders and their commanders above the chain of command were responsible. Question Three In developing the understanding of human obedience and conformity further, this section analyses the Rwanda conflict of 1994. The conflict between Hutu and Tutsi ethnic tribes who were political rivals began on April 7, 1994, and lasted for 100 days (Foden, 2014). Hutu tribe that forms the majority in Rwanda attacked and killed as many as 800,000 Tutsi people. Ultimately, close to a million citizens were murdered while 2 million people became refugees (Foden,...

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BBC on 2nd October 2017 highlighted an article by Anthony Zurcher on why Trump turned against the gun control. The article highlights how guns help individuals to defend themselves against criminals. It also writes that gun ownership is protected by the second amendment. The article in a way advocates for war against gun control ("How Trump Turned Against Gun Control"). It only looks at the good side and it doesn’t address the negative effect of gun ownership like the loss of innocent lives. Owning a gun is a tradition that is entrenched in the constitution ("How Trump Turned Against Gun Control"). The article in question is voicing the idea of conservative values. The idea of conservative values...

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BBC News, there were approximately 372 people murdered and 1807 more wounded through gun-related crimes in the year 2015 alone. There is a thus a need to address the issue of gun-related crimes. This essay describes a strategy organized by an organization in Richmond, California called the Neighborhood Safety Office to help reduce the rate of gun violence in the city. The group implemented several strategies to achieve their objectives; these methods included the following: a police-driven approach called a ceasefire, employment of street members as the group’s staff, offering money as an incentive to those who ceased to take part in gun violence. These approaches failed to achieve the desired...

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BBC Lost Kingdoms of Africa: Nubia, 2012, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMh8Zzuvl18 Brown, Eryn. Evidence suggests Maya roots more tangled than previously thought, The LosAngeles Times April 25, 2013. Dunston, Lara. Revealed: Cambodia's vast medieval cities hidden beneath the jungle, TheGuardian, June 11, 2016 Fagan, Brian M. 2012. Ancient Lives an Introduction to Archaeology and Prehistory. UpperSaddle River, N.J. Pearson Education, Inc. Kennedy, Paul P. Indian cultures traced in a cave, The New York Times, June 29, 1964 Lost Civilizations: Mesopotamia, http://youtoube.com/watch?=MKs5Ww1-14 Pearson, Richard. "Jomon hot spot: increasing sedentism in south-western Japan in the IncipientJomon...

BBC Interview with Martin Cooper." N.p., 2016. TV...

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