1: Identify an example of each of the following terms: premium pricing, penetration pricing, economy pricing, psychological pricing, and promotional pricing. Discuss a time when you decided against purchasing something that was priced the lowest. What factors went into your decision to pay the higher price? For what product would these factors not influence your purchase decision?
Bill Gates believes that how information flows will make the largest impact on organizational change (Krovi, Chandra, & Rajogopalan, 2003). In your discussion response, indicate how communication could drive change in an organization. Why is it important to manage this change?
Paul steals an expensive watch from the local jewelry store. He knows that Ken needs a watch. At the time Paul stole the watch, he intended to sell it to Ken. As he is leaving the jewelry store, he is apprehended by police. Paul begs for mercy. He states that he has an agreement to sell any watch that he may steal to Ken. The police tell Paul that if he cooperates, his sentence will be lighter. They give the watch back to Paul. Paul meets Ken and shows Ken the watch. Paul tells Ken the watch is stolen. Ken buys the watch. Could Ken be convicted of receiving stolen property? Is Paul guilty of larceny? Explain your responses.
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Discuss at least two ways in which we, as a society, can lessen our impact on ocean life. In what ways can you personally reduce your impact on ocean life?