The Micro Finance Institutions

Through microloans, MFIs are filling the gap left by the mainstream financial institutions such as banks. Vast literature indicates that the finance sector has never witnessed bigger revolution and drift from the norm than it can be put in comparison to the microfinance boom. Professor Yunus receives credit as the father of microfinance, having introduced the culture of lendi...
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Video Games = Complicated Life

“Lzappy, the day you realize that, you have bigger priorities than video games. You will always excel in life.” –My Father My father has whispered this very quote in my ear, and it has followed me to middle school. Sometimes kids ask their parents if they can have a PS3 or WII U systems most parents say no. I feel that there is a great reason why parents say no. Most say t...
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To My Teachers, With Love

As we begin to approach late November and early December, we start to become grateful for the things around us in the light of Thanksgiving. We become appreciative for time we get to spend with our families, the turkey we share at Thanksgiving dinner, and the few days of much-needed break on the stretch until winter break. We are thankful that we get to sleep in, that we get...
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Sharks Needs Help

A limit is the greatest amount of something that can be achieved. We find limits almost everywhere. Roads have speed limits. A loading limit is required on every ship to avoid the hazard of overloading. Even in Wall Street, bankers must adhere to their limit of risk management because when that limit is infringed, the whole financial system can crash. The same idea of limits ...
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No More Long Duk Dong: Hollywood's Use of Asian Stereotypes

We have all laughed at characters like Long Duk Dong in Sixteen Candles, Han Lee in 2 Broke Girls, and the many times Family Guy makes a joke about Asian people.Many films like Rising Sun and Red Dawn portray characters fighting against the inevitable Asian antagonists.The main purpose of films and television is to entertain its audience.However, it seems like Hollywood can ...
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Fahrenheit 451 Essay

Ray Bradbury creates a unique world filled with corruption and betrayal. In these traits, all humanity was shattered. The government uses technology to control what people think and do. In Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury shows that when the world is corrupted by technology, it dehumanizes everything through the parlor room, the mechanical hound, and the toaster. Throughout the stor...
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The Moment of Decision: Can Management Fix GM’s Financial Crisis

What planning approaches and methods might GM adopt to help manage its turbulent environment and respond effectively to global economic crisis? The impact of the global recession resulted in a massive decline in the total cumulative motor sales in many motor industries. One of the most of the affected motor industry domain during this time was the General Motors. This led to ...
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The Underground Railroad Case Study Analysis

The Underground Railroad was a system of tunnels that were underground that lead to freedom(the north) for slaves. The Underground Railroad was one of the most used things for slaves to escape. The Underground Railroad was also the most dependable escape plan a slave could have. Inside the underground railroad were many people that helped fugitive slaves escape from their ow...
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Sheriff Bell

Sheriff Bell is the main character in the film, “No Country for Old Men” which is a complex American thriller divided between 3 major characters. The film eludes celebration of violence and shock sensationalism while provoking considerable dissection on violence and a number of issues are raised. Sheriff Tom Bell’s perceptions and reflection shapes the whole film. It all star...
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The Other Side of Silence: Lessons in Sympathy

In every chapter of Middlemarch, George Eliot urges her readers to live according to the lessons in moral sensibility that she gives them by way of commenting on the inner lives of her characters. In one of the most famous of these lessons, Eliot asks us to imagine what it would be to hear the roar on the other side of silence. Yet when, with the death of Casaubon, she allow...
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