Analyse and discuss the recent financial performance (the last five years) of a company of your choice..

You must choose a UK-listed company from the FTSE 100 or FTSE 250 list of companies. You must obtain a copy of the company’s most recent Annual Report and Financial Statements. Annual Reports can be found at FT World Investor Link http://wil.ar.wilink.com.

Required:

Analyse and discuss the recent financial performance (the last five years) of your company. Your analysis must compare your company to one other listed company operating in the same business sector, using the Financial Times classification of business sectors. Your analysis and discussion should consider the following areas:

(a) Historical trends in accounting statement entries (for example, turnover, profit, dividends, cash flow from operations, long-term debt and so on);
(25 marks)

(b) Historical trends and inter-company comparisons of relevant accounting ratios (for example return on capital employed, net profit margin, earnings per share, debt/equity ratio, current ratio and so on);
(75 marks)
(Total: 100 marks)

Your assignment MUST be word-processed and no more than 2,000 words in length (minimum 1,500 words). Calculations may be included in an appendix and are not included in the word count. A summary of your calculated ratios must be included in the body of your assignment for ease of viewing. You are recommended to use a report format for the sake of clarity. You are advised to look at relevant material from a variety of relevant sources, including the module material and media sources such as the financial press and academic journals.

Any sources of information you use must be clearly identified, using academic referencing. All quotations made directly from books, journals or other information media must be clearly acknowledged by using footnotes and quotation marks.

You are reminded that plagiarism (the deliberate inclusion in work submitted for assessment of a substantial unacknowledged portion of someone else’s material, whether published or not) is a breach of University assessment regulations and may be dealt with severely. Please refer to the information overleaf concerning referencing and academic integrity.

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The following information has been taken from the Sheffield Hallam University Library and Information Services: Library Resources web page and you are expected to read it carefully and understand it, particularly the information about academic integrity. Your assignment must use referencing of an academic standard. If you are unsure about any issue relating to academic integrity, please discuss the issue with your module leader or module tutor.

Referencing
Accurate and consistent referencing is essential in all academic work. Whenever you refer to either the work or ideas of someone, or are influenced by another’s work, you must acknowledge this. Similarly if you make a direct quotation from someone’s work this should be referred to accurately.
The LITS guide to Referencing and Citations is an ebook, available online via the Library Catalogue. It offers detailed guidance, based on a range of British and international standards, for producing references and bibliographies according to the Harvard method. You can download a PDF version of this here:
• http://catalogue.shu.ac.uk/articles/1460281.9498/1.PDF
There are a number of systems of referencing. The one described in these guides is called the Harvard System. You may be asked to use another system, such as a numeric system. If this is the case, please refer to your course handbook or tutors for guidance.
Academic Integrity
If your work is not properly referenced it may appear that you are trying to present someone else’s ideas as your own. This is plagiarism and it is considered to be a form of cheating. It is your responsibility to ensure that your work conforms to the University’s standards of academic integrity.

The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates is famous for having said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” What do you think he meant?

The ancient Greek philosopher Socrates is famous for having said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.”
What do you think he meant?
Do you think he was right?
Give your answer to these questions in no less than 800 words (double-spaced, Times New Roman, size 12). Do not just express a feeling or speak in vague terms. Make a scholarly attempt at an answer. Give reasons for what you say!
plz i”m international student use a simple word and grammar
COMPLETE 2 PAGES (550 words)

Make fossils out of dough

This is a lab where you make fossils out of dough

These are the following questions that should be answered in essay form:

What objects fossilized the best? What characteristics of the object influenced this?
How did the characteristics of the medium (i.e., the dough) influence fossilization?
Based on your answers to the above questions, what type of organisms would you expect to be the most commonly preserved? What type of environment is most conducive to this preservation?
How do you think your findings show a “bias” toward certain organisms in the fossil record?
What information can fossils tell us about Earth’s past?

How do you think your findings show a “bias” toward certain organisms in the fossil record?

This is a lab where you make fossils out of dough

These are the following questions that should be answered in essay form:

What objects fossilized the best? What characteristics of the object influenced this?
How did the characteristics of the medium (i.e., the dough) influence fossilization?
Based on your answers to the above questions, what type of organisms would you expect to be the most commonly preserved? What type of environment is most conducive to this preservation?
How do you think your findings show a “bias” toward certain organisms in the fossil record?
What information can fossils tell us about Earth’s past?

In “The Chinese Exclusion Example” by Erika Lee, Lee argues that new Asian immigrants were seen as a threat to the United States because of their race and their labor. Discuss

In “The Chinese Exclusion Example” by Erika Lee, Lee argues that new Asian immigrants were
seen as a threat to the United States because of their race and their labor. Discuss how Asians
were perceived by nativists, and why the Chinese were seen as racially threatening. Next,
compare the ideas behind this threat as it persists today in the selection entitled “Neither Black
nor White” by Angelo N. Ancheta. Use support from both essays to explain how the racialization
of Chinese immigrants provided a model for evaluating other immigrants from Asia, Mexico, and
Southern Europe.

Can Electronic Health Records Change the Medical Field for the Better?

The purposes of this assignment are to a) help you effectively use research resources through library data bases and search engines to complete course requirements; b) improve your critical thinking skills; and c) develop your effectiveness in writing about topics relevant to course objectives and healthcare information systems. The paper explores, in greater detail than the required readings and class discussion, any healthcare information system topic identified in the course text or syllabus. Your job is to select a current issue in healthcare information systems, provide the necessary background and your position, along with a conclusion and future direction. I encourage you to select a subject in which you have interest and approach this assignment as a potential publishable work.

Review the video on building the Big Picture Model, found in the “Start Here” section of this classroom. Read the syllabus and skim the text to locate a topic you would like to research and write about.

Your final paper is 15 pages double-spaced (excluding the executive summary, footnotes and references) with a 10 or 12 point font. Tables, graphics, and diagrams must be placed in the paper as attachments. They do not count in the page length. There is no set organizational format for the paper but your work should include, at a minimum, the following:

Executive summary (1 page)
Background/Introduction
Statement and analysis of the issue / case (including your analysis of the sources of the problem, stakeholders, etc…)
Position (a clear statement of what your position on the issue)
Support for your position along with anticipated obstacles, stakeholders, and facilitating factors (designed to persuade the reader to your thesis and drawn from evidence and the literature)
Conclusion and future direction
References

While there is seldom a “right” or “wrong” position in a given paper, students are expected to clearly and articulately support their argument using course and external materials. It is very important that you include not only background on the selected issue, but your specific assessment, recommendations, ideas, and suggestions. It is your original analysis, grounded in the class material and peer-reviewed publications , that is the hallmark of solid graduate level social science writing and will serve as the main basis for your grade. Select credible information/data and use (and cite) your research in support of a persuasive stance on the topic. Edit and proofread your written work to ensure correct grammar, spelling, word choice, and sentence clarity.

PLEASE FOLLOW THE TOPIC: CAN ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS CHANGE THE MEDICAL FIELD FOR THE BETTER?

POSITION FOR THE PAPER: YES THE MEDICAL FIELD WILL BENEFIT FOR THE BETTER

USE THE ATTACHED SOURCES AS WELL AS
Information Systems for Healthcare Management, 8th edition.(2014)
Note: CourseSmart (http://coursesmart.com) ISBN 9781567936322

Reflect on where you come from in racial/ethnic terms

Note: I’M A AFRICAN-AMERICAN FEMALE WHO LOVES ALL PEOPLE, RACES, AND CULTURES!
PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AS IF YOU WERE ME IN FULL.

1. Reflect on where you come from in racial/ethnic terms. This is NOT a genealogy paper.
2. Think about and write about what life experiences have informed your racial attitudes
and beliefs.
3. Continue by reflecting on your level of interaction with members of other racial/ethnic
groups (or lack thereof).
4. What about your life enabled you to interact with members of different racial/ethnic
groups?
5. Finally, what aspects of your life held back such interactions with members of different
racial/ethnic groups?
This paper is expected to be 2-3 “FULL” pages in length, double-spaced. (I’M ORDERING 2 FULL PAGES).