Category Archives for Business Ethics

Affordable “Snare” Act: ObamaCare Website Fails to Launch

Something’s on the roast, but it’s not Thanksgiving turkey. After a complete failure in its official launch last month, Obamacare’s HealthCare.gov is under tremendous public criticism. Will this project burn to a crisp, or is there a way to salvage … Continue reading

29. November 2013 by Valerie Song
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Macklemore’s Thrift Shop affects Consumer Behaviour…?

Macklemore’s Thrift Shop exemplifies “modelling,” a type of observational learning. Continue reading

25. February 2013 by Valerie Song
Categories: Business Ethics, Insight, Marketing Strategies, Product Positioning & Branding | 13 comments

Quick Case Studies #1: Preventing Millennials From Chegg-ing Out

A student’s analysis on the effect of Generation Y on the job market. Based on: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390443713704577603302382190374.html Continue reading

17. September 2012 by Valerie Song
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Taking Over the World… Wide Web

  “Social media” — two words that we Generation Y’s have been constantly bombarded with these past few years.   It is very interesting to look back at the progression of social media and migrating trends on the interwebs (as I … Continue reading

10. November 2011 by Valerie Song
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Zaha Hadid

Beautiful architecture by one of TIME magazine’s top 100 most influential people, Zaha Hadid. Click photo for link to album containing her works.

14. February 2011 by Valerie Song
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Internet Kill Switch: Egypt

A world with no Facebook? A world with no Youtube? A world… with no internet? We already know about censorship in China and North Korea. According to most recent updates, the Egyptian government apparently has cut off all internet in … Continue reading

28. January 2011 by Valerie Song
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Screwing Around (Facts)

To follow up on a previous blog post, I have given details to the making of chopsticks. Continue reading

05. December 2010 by Valerie Song
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Business Ethics: Nestle Milk Misleading with Melamine?

As a food giant, we associate the “Nestle” brand with trust, cheer and friendliness. After the melamine incident in China, questions have arisen to whether or not Nestle is abusing its good brand name by deceiving the general public. Continue reading

16. September 2010 by Valerie Song
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