BUS 101 Cisco case

BUS 101 Cisco case - Tom Hohman BUS 101 Dr. Barr January...

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Tom Hohman BUS 101 Dr. Barr January 14, 2011 Cisco In the case of Cisco’s proposed new complex, located in Coyote Valley in California, there were many conflicting arguments between various stakeholders. The stakeholders include the shareholders in Cisco, who stand to profit greatly if the company can gain an advantage over the competition, suppliers, who stand to benefit from an increased product volume, customers, who stand to benefit from increased efficiency creating lower costs, and finally the surrounding community which has mixed feelings about the project. The immediate community of San Jose stands to benefit immensely from project because of the increased investment in the community and the tax revenue the complex will provide. The surrounding communities including, Salinas, Watsonville, and Hollister stand to lose money and have an increased burden on public services if the workers at the new complex take residency in these cities. Along with these cities several environmental interest groups took up the opposition using legal maneuvers to try to block the
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Rollins during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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BUS 101 Cisco case - Tom Hohman BUS 101 Dr. Barr January...

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