Jefes ejecutivos de las empresas mas importantes del mundo

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Assignment # 1
1-. CEMEX: Lorenzo H. Zambrano

2-. Vitro: Hugo Lara

3-. Bimbo: Daniel Servitje Montull
4-. Femsa: José Antonio Fernández Carvajal
5-. Grupo Carso: José Humberto Gutiérrez
6-. Grupo ICA: José Luis Guerrero Álvarez.
7-. Televisa: Emilio Azcárraga
8-. Grupo salinas: Ricardo B. Salinas
9-. Grupo BAL: Alberto Baillères González
10-. LALA: Eduardo Tricio
11-. Soriana:Ricardo Martin Bringas
12-. Starbucks: Howard Schultz
13-. Microsoft: Steven Anthony Ballmer
14-. PEMEX: Juan José Suárez Coppel
15-. Facebook: Mark Zuckerberg
16-. ZARA: Amancio Ortega
17-. Apple: Steven Paul Jobs
18-. Coca-Cola company: Muhtar Kent
19-. Nokia: Stephen Elop
20-. Heineken: Jean-Francois van Boxmeer
21-. Toyota: Akio Toyoda
22-. Hyundai: Steve Yang
23-. Wal-mart: MichaelDuke
24-. Volvo: Stefan Jacoby
25-. Siemens: Peter Löscher

Assignment # 2
1-. Business: Is an economic system in which services are exchanged for another one or money
2-. Trade: Is a kind of transaction that include the sale and purchase of a service
3-. Agreement: Is a negotiation, between two people or more. Also the agreement can be use in a companies or something like that. Everybodycan use the agreement when we want to make a business.
4-. Contract: Is the document that a person or a company used for make a agreement
5-. Law: A recognized causal link or principle whose violation must or should result in a penalty as failure, injury, loss, or pain.
6-. Trust: Is a kind of contract in which a person transferred goods, money or services of his own property to another personwith a specific final.
7-. Risk: The probability that an actual return on an investment will be lower than the expected return.
8-. Management: Is the organization and coordination of the activities of a company
9.- Asset: An Asset is something valuable that an entity owns. Also can be something physical, such as cash, machinery, inventory, etc.
10-. Liability: legal obligations of a person orcomunity
11-. Economy: An entire network of producers, distributors, and consumers of goods and services in a local, regional, or national community.
12-. Market: Is a place where buyers and sellers interact to trade goods and services for money
13-. Globalization: Is the worldwide movement toward economic, trade, and communications integration.
14-. Sovereignty: Total ownership and controlof a property by an individual or other entity.
15-. Policy: The set of basic principles and associated guidelines, formulated and enforced by the governing body of an organization, to direct and limit its actions in pursuit of long-term goals.
16-. Norm: Is a social behavior in a particular group or social unit. Also is a formal rule or standard laid down by legal, religious, or social
17-.Rules: Statement that establishes a principle or standard, and serves as a norm for guiding or mandating action or conduct.
19-. Property: Quality or thing owned or possessed.
20-. Bribery: Is a bad act where 2 people negotiate with the intention of exchanged money. Bribery is considered illegal and can be punishable by jail time or stiff fines
22-. Development: The systematic use of scientificand technical knowledge to meet specific objectives or requirements.
24-. Privatization: Sale or return of publicly owned enterprises to private ownership and control.
25-. System: A set of detailed methods, procedures, and routines established or formulated to carry out a specific activity, perform a duty, or solve a problem.
26-. Ethics: The basic concepts and fundamental principles of righthuman conduct.
27-. Education: The wealth of knowledge acquired by an individual
28-. Advantage: Any trait, feature or aspect that gives an individual, entity or any other thing a more favorable opportunity for success.
29-. Leadership: The activity of leading a group of people or an organization
30-. Process: Sequence of interdependent and linked procedures which, at every stage, consume one...
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