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A teardown of the new nano throws some light on the two big questions raised by Apple’s new iPod line: Why doesn’t the iPod touch have a camera, and why can’t the iPod nano take still pictures? The teardown by iFixit reveals that a camera would have fit in the iPod touch, but it would be a very tight squeeze. The iPod touch measures 8.5 mm thick and the iPhone’s auto-focus camera measures 6 mm, giving just 2.5 mm of extra room. By comparison, the iPhone measures 12.3 mm thick, which gives it 6.3 mm of extra wiggle room. “Unlike the Nano, the iPod Touch could conceivably support an iPhone-sized camera, ...
Both inform debate about how far biological differences influence differences in gender identity ("an individual's self-conception as being female or male, as distinguished from actual biological sex".) Some scholars reject the discourse of biological versus social determinism and advocate a deeper analysis of how interactions between the biological being and the social environment influence individuals' capacities. : There are tags on this page, but the references will not show without a tag.
Environmental and Urban Economics: Green Jobs Revisited: The Case ...
I have stressed the "green city" benefits of U.S deindustrialization. New York City is a "greener" city today in part because it has lost 1 million manufacturing jobs since the early 1950s. But, in the middle of a deep recession --- we need to find meaningful work for people to do. Given that new factories are cleaner than old regulation exempt factories, any new factories that are built in the U.S today would offer a "win-win" of jobs without severely impacting the local environment. This LA Times article provides a case study of A123 Systems. This battery maker can more than double the fuel ... market research, surveys and trends
Module 6:Taxes and Permits-I
2.01    Economic incentives offer cost effective alternatives to Command and Control systems. It helps in reducing shirking costs, increase flexibility to find least cost pollution control strategies. The three main types of economic incentives are; Price Rationing, Quantity Rationing, Liability Rules Part 3.    Price Rationing 3.01    Emission Charges (taxes ) 3.02    Ambient  Charges (standards) 3.03    Product Charges 3.04    Subsidies Part 4.    Emission Charges 4.01    Pigovian Taxes are set in such a way that it is more cost efficient for the firm to reduce pollution than to pay the taxes (taxes are set higher than the ... market research, surveys and trends


Environmental Product Differentiation by the Hayward Lumber Company
an industry with national annual revenues of about $130 billion. .... environmental product differentiation was to sell FSC certified lumber. ..... It was successful in landing approximately 75 percent of the roof truss jobs ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Market Trends: The U.S. Market for Pet Insurance (888572) - Print ...
The overall U.S. insurance business needs all the help it can get given September 11 and the state of the economy. Why, then, are major companies like Blue Cross, Allstate, and State Farm apparently snubbing this burgeoning niche? Market Trends: The U.S. Market for Pet Insurance answers this question and pinpoints opportunities in this underexploited segment of the overall U.S. insurance market. Currently valued at $88 million and chalking up growth of at least 45% annually, the pet insurance market clearly is a diamond in the rough; there are more than 136 million dogs and cats in this country—but less than 1% of them ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Campaign's deficit of ideas
ROB Oakeshott's suggestion of a unity cabinet made up of political rivals has got Capital Circle thinking: who would be on the dream team? Budget posturing has consigned issues of substance to the backburner   MIKE STEKETEE TO see what campaigns do to politicians, look no further than the ostensible debate about the budget surplus. It is exhibit one in the election unreality stakes. The surplus is the one we don't have but will return to, with the timing dependent on variables such as economic growth here and overseas, commodity prices and population increase. But that didn't stop Wayne Swan this week ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Judith A. Lonnquist, Law Offices of Judith A. Lonnquist, P.S., Seattle, Washington, argued the cause for the plaintiffs-appellants and filed the briefs. Steven T. O'Ban, Ellis, Li & McKinstry PLLC, Seattle, Washington, argued the cause for the defendant-appellee and filed the brief. Daniel J. Ichinaga, Ellis, Li & McKinstry PLLC, Seattle, Washington, was also on the brief. Lowell V. Sturgill, Civil Division, U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, District of Colombia, argued the cause and filed a brief on behalf of amicus curiae the United States. Gregory G. Katsas, Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Rosen S. Hedonic prices and implicit markets: product ...
S. Hedonic prices and implicit markets: product differentiation in pure ... goods (or, in the labor market, jobs). The theoretical description of equilibri- ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Product Differentiation Through Space and Time: Some Antitrust ...
After a century of interpreting the Sherman Act, antitrust has learned how to do some things quite well. We understand what is wrong with naked horizontal price fixing and market division, and we have developed strong tools to deal with those problems. We can generally prevent mergers to monopoly and we are pretty good at preventing other mergers that increase market power. At least, we can get these results in the kinds of industries that antitrust grew up with, in which firms make and sell substantially similar products and compete in terms of current production and prices, rather than innovation. But I am not here to talk ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Finding the Right Job For Your Product - The Magazine - MIT Sloan ...
The market segmentation scheme that a company chooses to adopt is a decision of vast consequence. It determines what that company decides to produce, how it will take those products to market, who it believes its competitors to be and how large it believes its market opportunities to be. Yet many managers give little thought to whether their segmentation of the market is leading their marketing efforts in the right direction. Most companies segment along lines defined by the characteristics of their products (category or price) or customers (age, gender, marital status and income level). Some business-to-business companies slice ...
Marketing: globalization, product differentiation strategy, global ...
-to  learn  about  the  government  functioning    of  different  countries. -to  learn  about  the  banking system  of  different  countries. -to  learn  about  the  financial systems  of  different  countries. etc etc REGARDS LEO LINGHAM   Add to this Answer     Ask a Question
Establishing product differentiation for Corporate bonds ...
Your question is NOT easy; you touched on why it is difficult to sell SPE bonds by foreign gov'ts or why SPV bonds such as ETC and EETC (airline bonds) have not done well. "1] Aside from high financial returns, what value-added services can such SPE provide to purchasers of Corporate bonds?" 1) Liquidity or issue size. For the SPE bond to succeed, it must have sufficient size for the secondary market. For high yield bonds, you need something like $500 million or more and for high grade bonds you might want to issue say $3 billion or more. The problem with SPE bonds is that if you don't have the size, there's ...