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    Carlill V. Carbolic Smoke Ball Co.

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    Seeing Behind the Smoke Screen

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    Old Smoke

    Old Smoke Bus 309 Lynne Anderson Professor Richard Carroll Strayer University February 21, 2012 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold.     What is Darlene’s personality?  Is she a valuable employee with a sunny disposition and the ability to get along with everyone, who happens to have an allergy to cigarette smoke or has other general respiratory problems?  Or is she an employee who has a different problem every day, no matter what the circumstances

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    October 26, 2013 There are several things that are important about the line, “He didn’t mean to Thomas,” that Victor speaks in the movie, “Smoke Signals.” The first thing that needs to be discussed is the fact that when this statement was made, Thomas and Victor had just returned to the Reservation from a trip to Arizona to retrieve the belongings of Victor’s father who had just passed away. This seems normal, but in fact, it was the last thing Victor wanted to do. You see, Victors father

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    Smoke-Free Ontario Strategy Evaluation Report

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    Exotic Smokes Outline

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    Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company Consumer Behavior Outline MKT/554 June 13th, 2011 Exotic Smokes Cigarette Consumer Behavior Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company (ESCC) has employed TRIAAD Research Group to analyze and outline consumer behavior, needs, and desire for fruit and candy flavored cigarettes. ESCC will target 18-25 year old customers implementing a $25 million dollar advertising campaign. Competition and Tobacco Information Tobacco is a global industry native to America and can be

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    Why You Should Not Smoke?

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    Exotic Smokes Cigarette Company Consumer Behavior Outline

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    Carbolic Smoke Ball

    Page1 *256 Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Company. In the Court of Appeal. 7 December 1892 [1893] 1 Q.B. 256 Lindley , Bowen and A. L. Smith , L.JJ. 1892 Dec. 6, 7. Contract—Offer by Advertisement—Performance of Condition in Advertisement—Notification of Acceptance of Offer—Wager—Insurance— 8 & 9 Vict. c. 109 — 14 Geo. 3, c. 48, s. 2 . The defendants, the proprietors of a medical preparation called “The Carbolic Smoke Ball,” issued an advertisement in which they offered to pay 100l.

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    Old Smoke

    respectful to not smoke while she is in there the residue of the smoke still remains in spite of them opening the window to air out the room. Charles realizes that the law is his state requires him to provide a smoke free environment when the employee desires it. If I were Charles I would provide another area in which Darlene could do the necessary report. Darlene is in titled to have her moral and human rights respected by her employer. She does not have to be subjected to the old stale smoke in the room

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    solutions and smoking policies for companies. 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. The situation Charles Renfold is faced with is twofold; first he has just received notification from top management on a report due “yesterday” and second Darlene Lambert informed him the odor of smoke in the file room was awful and she refused to work in there. The refusal on Darlene’s part to go inside the file room where the smell of old smoke is prevalent has put her job

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    Exotic Smokes Company Consumer Behavior Outline

    Erin Mayo June 27th, 2016 Exotic Smokes Company Consumer Behavior Outline MKT 554 Introduction As the Vice President of Marketing Development for the TRIAAD Research Group, I would like to present you with an outline of consumer behavior for Exotic Smokes with the introduction of fruit and candy flavored cigarettes. Consumer behavior is important to business for many reasons. In order for any company to prosper and find a target market certain elements must be researched in order to obtain

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    Old Smoke

    Joseph Lockaby Professor Bill Lolius Assignment #2 Case 8.4 Old Smoke BUS 309 November 27, 2011 Old Smoke This is case regarding smokers and non-smokers in the workplace. Smokers are entitled to smoking rights while non-smokers are entitled to their rights. Can a company infringe on the rights of smokers verses non-smokers and how will this affect the productivity of the workers? This will be discussed in this the questions that are asked in this case and what how smoking and

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    Carlile vs Carbolic Smoke Company

    Carlill vs Carbolic smoke company INTRODUCTION Since a contract is generally referred to as a binding set of promises (agreements) with which courts will enforce, the main issue in Carlill and Carbolic Smoke Company is whether there was a binding contract between the parties or not. A contract requires notification of acceptance – Did Mrs Carlill notify Carbolic of the acceptance of the offer and what are the exceptions if any? Did Mrs Carlill provide consideration in exchange for the 100 pounds

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    Old Smoke in the Workplace

    Old Smoke in the Workplace By: Jennefer Paddock BUS 309: Professor Handel Smith February 26, 2012 Old Smoke in the Workplace “Old Smoke” is a case where there is a file room, where Alice and Frank smoke, that smells of cigarette smoke. In this case, Charles Renford, office supervisor for Redwood Associates, assigned a task to one of his employees, Darlene Lambert, to help him with a report that was due right away. When the office supervisor asked his employee to go into the file room to start

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    Carlill V Carbolic Smoke Ball

    Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball Co [1892] Facts: • Carbolic Smoke Ball Co (def) promises in ad to pay 100 pounds to any person who contracts flu after using smoke ball. • Carlill (plaintiff) uses ball but contracts flu + relies on ad. Issue: Was there a binding contract between the parties? - A contract requires notification of acceptance – Did Mrs Carlill notify Carbolic of the acceptance of the offer? - Did Mrs Carlill provide consideration in exchange for the 100 pounds reward?

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    Old Smoke

    Case 8.4 “OLD SMOKE” DONALD HITCHCOCK SHAFIQUR MALLICK BUS 309 BUSINESS ETHICS JANUARY 28, 2012 CASE 8.4 OLD SMOKE 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. If I were Charles Renfold and was confronted about the smell of “old smoke’’ I would listen to the complaint from Darlene and explain to her that the company has not banned smoking at the work place. I would also remind Darlene that she has a job to accomplish in the file room and that this is what

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    Old Smoke

    Old Smoke Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. If I were Charles Renfold, smoking would be restricted in the workplace areas. He should take in to concern that secondhand smoke is hazardous to your health. Smoking in the workplace has always been an issue. Alice and Frank were always considerate when Darlene came into the file room by not smoking and opening the windows. However, you still have the smell of old smoke. Smoking should not be permitted in the

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    Old Smoke

    “Old Smoke” BUS309 11/23/2011 1. Explain how you would handle this situation if you were Charles Renfold. Charles Renfold is put in a tough situation. He is counting on Darlene to help him with a report and last minute was left alone to do it because of the “old smoke” smell that lingered in the filing room. The way Darlene handled the situation was not professional or appropriate. I would have told her that as soon as we were done with the report, I would have done something about the smell

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    Old Smoke Bus 309 Assignment #2 Old Smoke Ronic West Instructor BUS309 February 26, 2012 Abstract This is our second assignment for Bus 309 we are to write on case study 8.4. Regarding Old Smoke and follow the metric for this assignment described in the course syllabus. If I was Charles Renfold I would closely weigh the options and look at what other companies in my field are doing with smoking

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    Old Smoke

    Darlene, Frank and Alice. Darlene was sickened by the smell of old cigarette smoke in Frank and Alice’s office, in which, she had to complete a report that was past due. As a result, Darlene took the issue up with her supervisor, Charles, to no avail, because the law did not prohibit harmless offensive odors in the workplace. Next, Darlene demanded that Frank and Alice should quit smoking altogether, but Charles said that the company could not force them to quit. She then delivered an ultimatum saying if

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    Old Smoke

    deal with the odor of old cigarette smoke in her company file room. She decided to take a stand and inform Renfold that she refused to work in the file room. This jeopardized a report that was due immediately. I will explain how I would handle this situation if I were Charles Renfold. I will describe the policy on smoking that I would recommend to Redwood Associates. I will also look at how this case would have change if what bothered Darlene was not old smoke but the smell of Alice’s perfume or

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