Auctions Papers

  • Smart Telecom Plc V Radio Telefis Eireann

    1252 words, 6 pages

    A. Smart Telecom Plc Trading as Smart Telecom v Radio Teilefís Éireann, By Order Glanbia Plc [2006 No. 1865 P] High Court * Introduction This litigation is all about attempts to become Radio Telefis Eireann’s sponsor as broadcast by the first defendant (R.T.E) over the next two years. The Legal issues in this case concern Smart Telecom’s efforts to enforce the acceptance of their contract with R.T.E which had already decided to contract Glanbia PLC as their sponsor instead. * Facts Of The Case On 5th April, 2006, R.T.E indicated th

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    Auction Spectrum

    1257 words, 6 pages

    In the year 2000, there were auctions of spectrum rights for third generation mobile telephones in several European countries. These auctions generated very different amount of revenue in different countries. How can this be explained? Auction theory as a very useful brunch of game theory is of the great interest of modern economists. Among other reasons of its popularity stands direct importance of its ideas to modern businesses and governments. Nowadays any business sector is more or less competitive, which requires all it's participants to be dynamic and creative.

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    Week 7 Case Study Giving And Receiving On Freecycle Org Mktg 310 Consumer Behavior

    1253 words, 6 pages

    Case Study Discussion Questions 1. Why do you think has achieved such high levels of growth in such a short period of time? From the text wit can be determined that has achieved a good amount of success from its millions of members in countries across the world and positive word of mouth references. The fact that they do not have any commercial interest is refreshing. It could be assumed that because the organization is genuinely try to make the world a better place, people believe in them. This site helps people get rid of or find things they want and keep thes

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    Ebay In Japan

    1515 words, 7 pages

    US-based online auctioneer eBay entered Japan in 2000, after successful forays into some of the European countries and Australia. eBay could not get the required mileage in the country, and chose to exit Japan in 2002. The case discusses eBays international expansion, its entry into Japan, and the reasons behind eBays failure in Japan. It discusses in detail the problems that eBay faced in Japan, due to competition from Yahoo Japan, and details some of eBays practices such as credit cards having to be used and a commission being levied on transactions, due to which it w

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