E-business: Hilton Hotels Corp. University of Phoenix EBUS 400 November 25, 2006 General Summary Introduction Hilton Hotels Corporation is recognized around the world. As a preeminent lodging hospitality company, offering guests and customers the finest accommodations, services, amenities and value for business or leisure, Hilton offers the amenities and quality its name has inspired since 1919. Hilton owns such unique and well known locations such as the Waldorf: Astoria in New York, The Hilton Hawaiian Village® on Waikiki Beach, Chicago's Palmer House Hilton and the Hilton San Francisco on Union Square. The company is a prominent franchisor of hotels. The company will have opened approximately 430 hotels and 63,000 rooms in 2000-01.
A twenty-two acre and was purchased adjacent to Route 183, the connecting highway between Dallas and Fort Worth. The land for Bear Creek Golf Range was located in an area that will include the larger suburbs of the metropolitan Dallas/Fort Worth. The estimated range for customers was ten-mile radius, which had a population of 777,082 and already had fifteen golf courses, and four golf ranges. The plan for Bear Creek Golf Range was created with the vision of attracting serious professional golfers. The facilities included a first-class driving area, twenty-nine hitting areas, six
According to Austin, Texas job market, "Austin is ranked #1 for jobs as of 2013 with an unemployment rate in August 2013 as 5.5%." Since, Austin is the capital of Texas with many tourists and tourist attractions. Furthermore, besides the government aspect for Texas, Austin has an opportunity for private transportation. A limousine service would be beneficial for marriages and proms. Also, Austin is known as "the music capital, most celebrated college town, film and literary outpost, and high-tech center," according to Farrell (2000).
Houston, Texas- A Driving Nightmare Houston is the fourth largest city in America and the largest city in Texas. According to the 2011 Census, the city of Houston is home to over “2.2 million people” of numerous nationalities and ethnic groups. Named after the famous general Sam Houston, the city originated on June 5th 1863 and has become famous for its import/export capabilities, railroad industry, and oil wealth and business districts. In addition, Houston is known for the Texas Medical Center the largest headquarters for health and research industries, also being the location for NASA’s Johnson Space Center and Mission Control. With all this, a major increase in population continues to grow and highways continue to congest which has
Ruth's Chris Steak House ECBU 695 INSTRUCTOR: Don Jacobs June 8, 2009 Juan Arango Table of Contents 1.0 Executive Summary For more than four decades, Ruth’s Chris Steak House has stood a “cut” above other fine dining establishments with “sizzling” USDA Prime grade steaks, a terrific experiential value proposition, and an unwavering commitment to guest satisfaction. Ruth's Chris is proud of its New Orleans heritage and great tradition of Southern hospitality. Ruth's Chris remains committed to the core values of its founder, Ruth Fertel, who offered each guest premium food served in a warm and inviting atmosphere. In the past year, the Company enjoyed a significant milestone, completing a successful initial public offering and raising more than $154 million in new equity capital. This infusion of capital and a new $55 million credit facility provide Ruth's Chris the financial resources to embark on an accelerated development plan and expand its footprint through both company-owned and
Compare and Contrast Essay: Two Cities Chicago and Da Nang. Chicago City is the most popular city in the world for skyscrapers, large buildings, business, tourism, and entertainment. Despite that event, Da Nang is a popular city just as well as Chicago. Da Nang is the largest city in central Vietnam and one of the country's most important ports. Ringed by mountains on one side and the East Sea on the other, Da Nang has numerous sites of natural beauty and historical interest.
Wynn Resorts, LTD by Andrew Garbarini Palm Beach State College Dr. Lam D. Nguyen GEB 4935, Capstone General Management 26 January, 2012 History Stephen Wynn founded the Wynn Las Vegas Resort and Casino which opened its doors in April 2005. The organization operates luxury hotels and casinos which cater to the wealthy. The organization has since grown and represents a market capitalization of over 14 billion dollars. (Yahoo). Internal Strengths and Weaknesses Steve Wynn brings over thirty years of experience and is considered the driving force of the organization.
Lastname, First Teacher Class Date Chuck Norris, author Chuck Norris is one of the most popular actors in the world. Chuck Norris has starred in more than 20 major motion pictures, a television series “Walker, Texas Ranger which ran eight full seasons, seen in more than 80 countries worldwide, ranking as one of the top U.S. shows in both sales and audience. (Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia) As a New York Times best-selling author, Chuck Norris also has penned books of fiction, autobiography, and is a columnist with the popular Internet column WorldNetDaily.com. Norris’ commentaries have become so widely read that he was signed recently by Los Angeles-based Creators Syndicate to market his column to newspapers across the country. Born March 10, 1940 in Ryan, Oklahoma as Carlos Ray Norris to parents Wilma and Ray Norris.
Jack in the Box’s main competitors in this industry is the national and regional hamburger fast food chains of Burger King, and McDonald’s. However, Jack in the Box also competes against another huge company in this industry is Yum! Brands, Inc. JACK= Jack in the Box, Inc. BKW = Burger King Worldwide, Inc. MCD = McDonald's Corp. YUM = Yum! Brands, Inc. Industry = Restaurants From Yahoo finance, Jack in the Box, Inc. currently operates with more than 2,200 restaurants in 21 states, and Qdoba Mexican Grill, a leader in fast-casual dining, with more than 600 restaurants in 44 states, the District of Columbia and Canada (2013). Burger King Worldwide, Inc. operated 7,293 franchise restaurants and 183 company restaurants in the United States and
In 1989, Stephen Covey published his most popular book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” The book has sold over 15 million copies, and is the highest selling non-fiction audio book in history. In 2002, Forbes named the book one of the top ten most influential management books ever and a survey conducted by Chief Executive Magazine found it to be one of the two most influential business books of the twentieth century. The 7 Habits discussed in his book have become a mantra in effective living- both in personal and professional aspects of life. While pursuing his doctorate, Covey studied literature on success and leadership