Things made by machine

We live in a consumeristic society, where everything is disposable. People now, with the incredible life speed in the cities, buy a lot of useless things. Clearly, also the industries have changed their ways of producing the dailies consumer goods, using machines instead of people, producing faster but with a lower quality. At these conditions,…

Writer

The ad for the book “How to Write a Screenplay for a Movie” claims that writers who are pursuing a successful career should attempt to write film screenplays instead of books. This is based on the fact that on average films generates greater profit than books and that recent trends show movie producers tend to…

Irongate

The business plan of Capital Idea Investment states that the firm should invest in three new businesses, Roxy Playhouse, Slice-O-Pizza and Divot Golf Club in the Irongate district due based on the fact that f three similar businesses were successful in the neighboring Park Hill District over the past two years. In addition, as a…

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Merely based on unwarranted assumptions and doubtful evidences, the author reaches to a conclusion that the the staff at Olympic Foods Company can expect that their long working experience will enable them to reduce the cost and thus maximize the profits of this company. The reason the author offers might seem convincing: since the organizations…

Movie Star

The column in the enteraintment magazine claims that the producers of the upcoming movie 3003 should pay Robin Good several millions to star in the movie in order to maximize profits. This conclusion is drawn on the basis that Robin Good was paid several million dollars for films in that past that have turned out…

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Citing facts drawn from the color-film processing industry that indicate a downward trend in the costs of film processing over a 24-year period, the author argues that Olympic Foods will likewise be able to minimize costs and thus maximize profits in the future. In support of this conclusion the author cites the general principle that…