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C. Simantz, Triton, Introduction to Business, -071-073, Fall 2020, Exam #4 (Final exam), 12/15/2020
Please respond to each of the following (#1 through #6) with a brief essay (about 50 words each). (You can respond right on this document – or on a separate one, if that’s easier for you.)
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1) 20 points:
Last week, the first COVID-19 vaccine (from Pfizer and BioNTech) was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and vaccinations already have begun.
Here is a recent CNBC-TV feature about the distribution of the vaccine: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/12/12/how-fedex-ups-plan-to-distribute-fda-approved-covid-vaccine-when-will-you-get-the-coronavirus-vaccine.html
Many people seem to agree that hospital workers and residents of long-term care facilities should be among the first to receive vaccinations. There are discussions about who should be next in line to receive them. Questions: In addition to health-care workers and residents of long-term-care facilities, who else do you think should be given priority to receive the vaccinations? What types of health, business, age and/or ethical decisions should be considered as our governmental leaders make these decisions?
2) 20 points:
Last month, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) paved “the way” for the Boeing 737Max to be returned to service, following extensive investigations, after two airplane crashes in which hundreds of people lost their lives. Here is the FAA information regarding Boeing, which is based in Chicago: https://www.faa.gov/news/updates/?newsId=93206
Question: As we consider risk, what do you think it will take to make people feel confident to fly on a Boeing 737Max airplane (e.g., leadership, technology, legal/regulatory efforts, training, marketing/more information)? 3) 20 points:
The National Restaurant Association (restaurant.org) has noted that about 15.6 million people work in the restaurant industry. Rick Bayless has been a successful chef/restaurateur in Chicago for more than 30 years, including at his restaurants: Frontera Grill and Topolobampo.
As we think about the impact of COVID-19 on restaurants and people who work there, please consider Rick Bayless’ interview with “Windy City Live” (ABC-TV) in recent weeks — especially after the second restaurant shutdown: https://www.facebook.com/WindyCityLIVE/videos/4350980538251900/
Questions: What do you think about the current situation in the restaurant industry? What do you think should be done to help restaurants, including the people who work there? 4) 20 points:
Many people talk about the “first 100 days” of a new presidential administration as setting the tone or being a “benchmark” for the next four years. Here is background from History.com: https://www.history.com/news/fast-facts-on-the-first-100-days
Question: Considering COVID-19, the economy, jobs, businesses, immigration, student-loan debt, national security and other issues, what do you think President-elect Joe Biden should focus on in his “first 100 days” in office – beginning with his inauguration on Wednesday, January 20, 2021? 5) 10 points:
Disney recently announced that an extensive line-up of “Star Wars”-related programming was being released on Disney+. Here is an Esquire Magazine recap of the features: https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/a34941839/new-star-wars-shows-on-disney-plus-2021-2022/
Questions: What do you think of this decision to make available so many “Star Wars”-related features? Do you think it enhances the “Star Wars” brand? 6) 10 points:
FORTUNE Magazine (12/9/20) pointed out that, recently, “46 states and the Federal Trade Commission sued Facebook for allegedly smothering competition.” One article added that, in light of antitrust (monopolistic) concerns, the FTC “wants Facebook to divest assets ‘including, but not limited to, Instagram and/or WhatsApp.’”
https://fortune.com/2020/12/09/facebook-sued-ftc-states-antitrust/
https://fortune.com/2020/12/09/facebook-antitrust-lawsuit-spin-off-whatsapp-instagram/
Questions: Do you think Facebook is restricting competition in the social-media landscape? Should Instagram and WhatsApp be spun off to become independent companies?

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