Corporations's questions - Japanese iziqna

Best answer: well there goes "America The Beautiful"

thats what it looks like to me anyway .. just some random guy shows up with your stuff lol .. the tracking number they provide doesnt work either ..

Best answer: Why would a company send damaged things out on purpose? The last thing any company wants is customer complaints and negative reviews. Entirely their fault for sending it out, and entirely the fault of inspection for not catching that flaw before shipping it as stock to the company. However, your own personal... show more

Best answer: I don’t know what he can be doing if losing half of $66 billion can make a difference.

Best answer: In many states they have a right to work which means that if they do this they are fired and would hire new people. Former SSgt.

Like wow! Couple months back I could go and find something with free shipping, but now everything (Like literally everything, I even looked back on past items I bought which shipping WAS free) is like 5.99 for shipping!

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Who Owns the US Media?

10 answers · 2 weeks ago
Massive corporations dominate the U.S. media landscape. Through a history of mergers and acquisitions, these companies have concentrated their control over what we see, hear and read.

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I m currently a high school student with plans on becoming a corporate attorney in the future. However, I have an interest in moving to Greece, but they don t pay their corporate lawyers as much as the U.S., which is why I still want to work for an American company. Is this possible? Maybe I can work from home?... show more

Best answer: I drove one for almost 30 years. The first of them in our area went into service in 1987. They were intended to last 20 years. LLV stands for 'Long Life Vehicle'. The bodies have held up better than expected. Mechanically, not so much. Functionally, they have outlived their usefulness. Package volume,... show more