When Reagan took office in 1981 the GDP was at 6.59 trillion dollars. When he left office in 1989 the GDP had risen to 8.85 trillion dollars. With a thirty-four percent increase over the course of his administration. This is an astonishing amount and probably well exceeded any increase Reagan could have possibly hoped for. Reagan was able to do this thanks to his two tax cuts.
As stated in the TV Guide article Saying Goodbye to CSI, a Show That Changed TV, by Adam Bryant, “After 15 seasons, 337 episodes, three spin-offs and a handful of cast changes through the years…It's difficult to understate the influence of the show, which has grown to become the largest TV franchise in the world.” Even the three spin-off shows, have had phenomenal success rates. With the original and the spinoffs, “CSI, CSI: Miami, CSI: NY and CSI: Cyber, (the franchise) has so far generated 800 episodes”, that have reached tens of millions of people around the world. With such a large influence over such a time period, it is not surprising that the show has majorly impacted television audiences. How did the television program of CSI become such a success? I believe it is because the audience liked to believe
In ten years the livestock population decreased by 16 million. As a result of the Five-Year Plans the industrial output was 5.8 times larger than in 1913 in 1937, and the Soviet Union was the first European country with that volume of mass production. In 1940, there were 9,971,000 industrial workers, three times the amount in 1928 before the Five-Year Plans. This meant that the working class was
HubSpot was founded by Brian Halligan and Dharmesh Shah in the year 2006 with its headquarters near MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The founders of the company, Halligan and Shah, raised $5million from General Catalyst in 2007 and then in less than a year, the company raised a further $12 million from Matrix Partners. HubSpot build software products that helped companies execute inbound marketing programs to supplement or replace their traditional outbound programs and by 2009, HubSpot had 1,000 very diverse customers. Inbound Marketing: Inbound Marketing is a collection of various operational marketing strategies and techniques that focusses more on pulling customers toward a business and its products. Pros of Inbound Marketing: • Creating
Then in 2000, it was upheld to FTSE 100 index of top 100 highly capitalized companies listed in London Stock Exchange. From 1997-2007, the assets of Northern Rock grew 20% every year and before the crisis on 14th September 2007, it was 5th biggest UK bank based on its mortgage assets. The business model of Northern Rock heavily depended on wholesale markets as alternative to retail
The firm had assets under management (as of June 1, 2007) of $12.5 billion (95% from institutions), which had jumped to $36 billion by November 2008. In 2007 alone the firm earned $15 billion. John Alfred Paulson (born December 14, 1955) is the founder and president of Paulson & Co. John A. Paulson, a prominent hedge fund manager who earned an estimated $3.7 billion in 2007 by correctly wagering that the housing bubble would burst. Paulson & Co has capitalized on the problems in the foreclosure of credit derivative markets. In September 2008, Paulson bet against four of the five biggest British banks.
THE ORGANIZATION OF VIETNAM PEOPLE’S ARMED FORCES (VPAF) 2.1 INTRODUCTION The Vietnam People’s Army (VPA) was founded on 22 December 1944 with a strength of only 34 personnel including 31 men and three women. Over the next four decades the VPA grew in numerical size to rank among the largest armies of the world. In the 64 years since it was founded, the VPA has been in combat more than half of this time. First came an 8 year war against the French (1946‐54), which culminated in the victory at Dien Bien Phu. Then, after a momentary respite, in 1959 the Vietnam Communist Party (VCP) resumed armed struggle to reunify Vietnam.
INTRODUCTION In every 40 seconds a person commits suicide. Precisely, 11.1 out of every 100,000 people have died by suicide (WHO 2011). Looking over the last two decades suicide rates have gone up by 36% and are ascending. It is predicted by the year 2020 the rate of death will rise to 1 in every 20 seconds (Befrienders 2009). Moreover, it has been estimated that there are 8 to 25 attempted suicides for every 1 successful suicide (MedicineNet 2011).
Thus putting them in a larger financial problem before and after the war occurred. In 1947, another 3.8 million babies were born; 3.9 million were born in 1952; and more than 4 million were born every year from 1954 until 1964, when the boom finally tapered off. By then, there were 76.4 million “baby boomers” in the United States. They made up almost 40 percent of the nation’s
Therefore, when KFC was bought by Heublein, Inc. there were more than three thousands restaurants worth more than 285 million dollars. PepsiCo bought the brand for 840 million dollars after fifteen years. The owner of the restaurant sold his stake in the restaurant for 2 million dollars in 1964. At that time there were 600 restaurants in America. When he died it was worth more than three million dollars.