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Entrepreneurs Howard Schultz James Cash Penney Margaret Hutchison Rousseau Jessica Jackley Choose two entrepreneurs from this list. In your answer, compare and contrast their achievements. Make sure to address the following questions: What did each person do? How did they achieve their goals? How did their efforts affect life today? Present your response in a clear, organized manner and cite specific examples.

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  1. anonymous
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    @pooja195

  2. pooja195
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    Which 2 did you choose?

  3. anonymous
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    i didnt choose any lol

  4. pooja195
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    Pick 2 .-. Howard Schultz James Cash Penney Margaret Hutchison Rousseau Jessica Jackley

  5. anonymous
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    u can pick for me lol

  6. pooja195
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    Howard Schultz James Cash Penney

  7. pooja195
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    Ok we need to compare and contrast their acheivemnets you look for Howard ill do the other one

  8. anonymous
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    alright!

  9. anonymous
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    found a few things about howard

  10. anonymous
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    Howard D. Schultz (born July 19, 1953) is an American businessman. He is best known as the chairman and CEO[3] of Starbucks and a former owner of the Seattle SuperSonics. He was a member of the Board of Directors at Square, Inc..[4] In 1998, Schultz co-founded Maveron, an investment group, with Dan Levitan.[5] In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked Schultz as the 354th richest person in the United States, with a net worth of $1.5 billion.[6]

  11. pooja195
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    Ok so what are the achievements ?

  12. pooja195
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    The J.C. Penney Conference Center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis was dedicated in his honor on January 23, 1972. The building was made possible through financial donations by Mr. Penney and his company. Mr. Penney was inducted into the Junior Achievement U.S. Business Hall of Fame in 1976. The J. C. Penney Historic District in Kemmerer, Wyoming was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978. In 1994, Penney was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians, and a bronze bust depicting him is on permanent display in the rotunda of the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City. Hamilton High School in Hamilton, Missouri was renamed Penney High School.[12] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Cash_Penney

  13. anonymous
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    achievements: In 1998, Schultz co-founded Maveron, an investment group, with Dan Levitan. In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked Schultz as the 354th richest person in the United States, with a net worth of $1.5 billion

  14. anonymous
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    are those achievements that i have up right now? lol

  15. anonymous
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    im really bad at this haha

  16. pooja195
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    yes :) no your not thats great :) ok so now we have to compare and contrast them ;-;

  17. anonymous
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    hahaha oh here comes the worst part !

  18. pooja195
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    Ok well there is one staright up fact :P Both were entrepreneurs .

  19. anonymous
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    oooooh yeah says it RIGHT THERE!

  20. pooja195
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    :) ok we need more!

  21. anonymous
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    lol they dont have similarities at all.. or is that just me?

  22. pooja195
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    1) Both were entrepreneurs 2) Both started up large businesses that are still present in modern days 3)

  23. pooja195
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    this is all i can think of .-.

  24. anonymous
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    okay both sound great! ur a genius head! hah

  25. pooja195
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    xD is that enough or should we come back to that later?

  26. anonymous
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    yeah later

  27. pooja195
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    Alright what did each person do? Howard....so far we have.... - Created Starbucks -Former owner of the Seattle add to the list

  28. pooja195
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    ...

  29. anonymous
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    omg so sorry i feel asleep.. so tired..

  30. pooja195
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    xD how about if we continue later? :)

  31. anonymous
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    whenever ur available but just today haha

  32. anonymous
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    @pooja195

  33. pooja195
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    Alright what else can we add?

  34. anonymous
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    i have absolutely no idea my lovely friend lol

  35. pooja195
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    Howard....so far we have.... - Created Starbucks -Former owner of the Seattle - Schultz co-founded Maveron, an investment group, with Dan Levitan. Alright next is the JCP guy .-.

  36. pooja195
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    Make a list of what he did

  37. anonymous
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    Mr. Penney was inducted into the Junior Achievement U.S. Business Hall of Fame in 1976. The J. C. Penney Historic District in Kemmerer, Wyoming was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978. In 1994, Penney was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians, and a bronze bust depicting him is on permanent display in the rotunda of the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City. Hamilton High School in Hamilton, Missouri was renamed Penney High School.

  38. pooja195
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    Now we need to write HOW they acheived their goal T_T

  39. anonymous
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    *ENDLESS CRYING* lololol

  40. pooja195
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    xD

  41. pooja195
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    Ok Howard Schultz acheived his goal how?

  42. pooja195
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    look it up

  43. anonymous
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    After graduating, he worked as a salesperson for Xerox Corporation and was quickly promoted to a full sales representative.[9] In 1979 he became a general manager for Swedish drip coffee maker manufacturer, Hammarplast,[8] where he became responsible for their U.S. operations with a staff of twenty.[9] In 1981, Schultz visited a client of Hammarplast, a fledgling coffee-bean shop called Starbucks Coffee Company in Seattle, curious as to why it ordered so many plastic cone filters.[9] He was impressed with the company's knowledge of coffee and kept in contact over the next year, expressing interest in working with them. A year later, he joined Starbucks as the Director of Marketing.

  44. anonymous
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  45. pooja195
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    Thats plagerized lets put it in your won words :P

  46. anonymous
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    yeah.. thats something i CANNOT do haha too dumb for all this.

  47. pooja195
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    look at what u copied and make it your own words

  48. anonymous
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    i really cant do that im serious

  49. pooja195
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    Try

  50. anonymous
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    help me out?

  51. pooja195
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    Try it first

  52. anonymous
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    k

  53. anonymous
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    in 1981 schultz visited the starbucks coffee shop, and out of curiosity he wanted to kno why they had so many plastic coffee filters. He was really amazed with the company's informations about coffee, he was so interested that he kept in touch, then was hired to work at starbucks. He was then starbucks director of marketing just a year after.

  54. anonymous
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    IT'S HORRIBLE!! IM SO SORRY U HAVE TO READ THAT!

  55. pooja195
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    ITs good :)

  56. pooja195
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    Do the same for jcpenny :P

  57. anonymous
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    In 1898, Penney began working for a small chain of stores in the western United States called the Golden Rule stores. In 1902, owners Guy Johnson and Thomas Callahan, impressed by his work ethic and salesmanship, offered him one-third partnership in a new store he would open. Penney invested $2,000 and moved to Kemmerer, Wyoming, to open a store there. He participated in opening two more stores, and when Callahan and Johnson dissolved their partnership in 1907 he purchased full interest in all three stores. By 1912, there were 34 stores in the Rocky Mountain States. In 1913, he moved the company to the Kearns Building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was incorporated under the new name, J. C. Penney Company.

  58. anonymous
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    does that say how penney achieved his goal?

  59. pooja195
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    yea

  60. pooja195
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    but now in your own word s

  61. anonymous
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    can u tell me which paragraph to put in my own words? cuz that looks like too much

  62. pooja195
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    All of that.

  63. anonymous
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    omg

  64. pooja195
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    sorry ;(

  65. anonymous
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    its fine.. :/

  66. anonymous
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    i cant do this one :/ plz helpp

  67. pooja195
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    yes u can u did the other one

  68. anonymous
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    but this one is hard pleeaaase

  69. pooja195
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    Try it!

  70. anonymous
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    please just help mee

  71. pooja195
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    Start of by saying what he did and how he acheived it come on its in the paragraph

  72. anonymous
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    uuuggghh

  73. pooja195
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    By 1912, there were 34 stores in the Rocky Mountain States. In 1913, he moved the company to the Kearns Building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was incorporated under the new name, J. C. Penney Company.

  74. anonymous
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    HOW IN THE HELL DO U MAKE IT LOOK THAT EASY????

  75. pooja195
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    Well its not easy .-. you still need to put it in your words

  76. anonymous
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    lol

  77. anonymous
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    ok i'll do that later

  78. pooja195
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    ow did their efforts affect life today? Present your response in a clear, organized manner and cite specific examples.

  79. pooja195
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    *how

  80. anonymous
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    in a good or bad way?

  81. anonymous
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    @pooja195

  82. pooja195
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    I guess they mean both

  83. anonymous
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    i cant just guess

  84. pooja195
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    Im thinking both .

  85. anonymous
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    im gonna do the good way

  86. pooja195
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    k

  87. anonymous
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    their efforts n all this are the reason why starbucks is such a popular coffee shop and also why jc penney is a popular shop.. idk wat else i should say

  88. anonymous
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  89. pooja195
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    Think about it their creations have had such a great impact on modern day ecnomoy also another impact can be it has created jobs for people and the two shops have become international which means that their creations are in high demand

  90. pooja195
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    use thr and finish it the rest if this project :P

  91. pooja195
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    reword it

  92. anonymous
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    ur amazing! thank u so much for ur time i really appreciate it!!!

  93. pooja195
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    :)

  94. anonymous
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    is it okay if u organize everything here for me from start to end so i just have to reword it?

  95. pooja195
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    Acheivements achievements: In 1998, Schultz co-founded Maveron, an investment group, with Dan Levitan. In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked Schultz as the 354th richest person in the United States, with a net worth of $1.5 billion The J.C. Penney Conference Center at the University of Missouri-St. Louis was dedicated in his honor on January 23, 1972. The building was made possible through financial donations by Mr. Penney and his company. Mr. Penney was inducted into the Junior Achievement U.S. Business Hall of Fame in 1976. The J. C. Penney Historic District in Kemmerer, Wyoming was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1978. In 1994, Penney was inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians, and a bronze bust depicting him is on permanent display in the rotunda of the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City. Hamilton High School in Hamilton, Missouri was renamed Penney High School.[12] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Cash_Penney 1) Both were entrepreneurs 2) Both started up large businesses that are still present in modern days What did each person do? Howard....so far we have.... - Created Starbucks -Former owner of the Seattle - Schultz co-founded Maveron, an investment group, with Dan Levitan. By 1912, there were 34 stores in the Rocky Mountain States. In 1913, he moved the company to the Kearns Building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was incorporated under the new name, J. C. Penney Company. impact lives Think about it their creations have had such a great impact on modern day ecnomoy also another impact can be it has created jobs for people and the two shops have become international which means that their creations are in high demand

  96. pooja195
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    lol i feel bad ;-; lets write this together xD

  97. anonymous
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    lol okay :)

  98. pooja195
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    Is this an essay?

  99. anonymous
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    yeah we just have to explain everything in complete sentences.. and answer the questions.. not a specific number of sentences were supposed to write or anything like that

  100. pooja195
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    Oh then it shouldnt be hard :P

  101. anonymous
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    yep

  102. pooja195
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    Alright write it out and ill edit

  103. anonymous
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    ok

  104. anonymous
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    I chose Howard Schultz and James Cash Penney. Both were entrepreneurs, and both started up large businesses that are still present in modern days. Howard created Starbucks and James created J.C. Penney. In 1981 schultz visited the starbucks coffee shop, and out of curiosity he wanted to know why they had so many plastic coffee filters. He was really amazed with the company's informations about coffee, he was so interested that he kept in touch, then was hired to work at starbucks. He was then starbucks director of marketing just a year after. By 1912, there were 34 stores in the Rocky Mountain States. In 1913, he moved the company to the Kearns Building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was incorporated under the new name, J. C. Penney Company. Their creations have had such a great impact on modern day economy also another impact can be it has created jobs for people and the two shops have become international which means that their creations are in high demand . @pooja195

  105. pooja195
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    i think you need more on howard .-.

  106. anonymous
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    edit it all for me i have a feeling i'll get a 0 on this i really SUCK :(

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    @pooja195

  108. anonymous
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    i have a feeling u left plz tell me ur still here

  109. pooja195
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    im not sure .-.

  110. anonymous
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    @pooja195 plz plz plz plz plz if i get a 0 i will fail my whole class please help me out i beg u!

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    just edit it for me i already organized it and wrote it all

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    @KyanTheDoodle @Data_LG2 can u guys plz plz plz help me out?!! plzzzzz

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    can ANYONE EDIT WAT I JUST WROTE??? ^^^^ @CausticSyndicalist @sleepyjess

  114. anonymous
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    @pooja195 HEEPPP!!! D:

  115. KyanTheDoodle
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    You do your own essays! The only way to learn how to do things yourself is by doing it yourself! I'm Doodle, and you're welcome.

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    -.- i did do my own essay r u blind its right there! wtf!!?

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    You watch your tone with me! Poor Pooja did the majority of it, and still you're not thankful! And also, when I say "I'm Doodle and you're welcome" that means it's a closing, and shall never have a reply!

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    too bad its my thread and i'll reply back to whom ever i want! even if it wasnt my thread!

  119. pooja195
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    Im not going to let you talk to my friends like that. I helped now you can write and elaborate.

  120. anonymous
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    lol hes always here just to watch the drama but whenever hes tagged to help never there.. lol

  121. pooja195
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    Can you stop? Thats enough quit talking about my friends like that you can talk to me cuss me out whatever but u DO NOT mess with my friends that is crossing limits. I do not care if you hate me but i will always stand up for my friends UNDERSTAND? Now do your own essay.

  122. anonymous
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    i already did my essay

  123. KyanTheDoodle
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    WOO! Problem solved!

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    i just need someone to check it.. its all ive been saying this whole time.. but you guys always grabbing your 99's crew and creating chaos for no reason jumping into conclusions when u dont even know what is going on.

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    K

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    k

  127. anonymous
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    @sammixboo can u plz help me?

  128. pooja195
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    I thought u finished your essay?

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    I chose Howard Schultz and James Cash Penney. Both were entrepreneurs, and both started up large businesses that are still present in modern days. Howard created Starbucks and James created J.C. Penney. In 1981 schultz visited the starbucks coffee shop, and out of curiosity he wanted to know why they had so many plastic coffee filters. He was really amazed with the company's informations about coffee, he was so interested that he kept in touch, then was hired to work at starbucks. He was then starbucks director of marketing just a year after. By 1912, there were 34 stores in the Rocky Mountain States. In 1913, he moved the company to the Kearns Building in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was incorporated under the new name, J. C. Penney Company. Their creations have had such a great impact on modern day economy also another impact can be it has created jobs for people and the two shops have become international which means that their creations are in high demand . Just add more on howard

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