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Brawl in Mickey's Backyard Case Study Brawl in Mickey's Backyard Case Study NAME INSTRUCTOR BUS 250 Corporate and Social Responsibility DATE 1 Brawl in Mickey's Backyard Case Study In life there can always be debates and arguments. Sometimes in a debate there can be a solution to any problem that occurs. We as people just shouldnt be one sided on any great debate. Just because I dont agree with something doesnt mean that there cant be a mutual agreement formed. In the Brawl in Mickeys Backyard Case Study there were employees who felt as if they werent being treated fairly. Since I have personally lived in California I know personally that the cost of living is extremely high and it doesnt equal out. What I mean is if your being paid 9.00 per hour and your rent is 1400.00 a month and you work 40 hours a week that means before taxes you would make 1440.00. That means that you wouldnt have enough money to live for a full month unless you had a roommate. In a situation such as this one the market stakeholders are the Walt Disney Company in my opinion. I say the Walt Disney Company merely because Walt Disney wants to keep all of their land for the theme park and the tourist that travel to visit the theme park. This theme park is a major attraction to the people who live in Anaheim and the people who travel to the theme park. The theme park made 35 billion in 2007. In Anaheim, California the company operated the original Disneyland theme park, which included three hotels, the newer California Adventure, and the Downtown Disney shopping district. (Anne Lawrence and James Weber, 2011) and the Downtown Disney shopping district.... View Full Document

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