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- PROVIDE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT...

- PROVIDE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT...

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- PROVIDE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT: THE GROWTH OF E-BUSINESS IS DUE TO BOTH BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS.

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1- Provide evidence to support the following statement: The growth of e-business is due to both business and technological innovations.
2- Provide an argument to either support or refute the following statement: In B2B applications, the customer holds the greatest power.
3- Describe how the existence of (or lack of) state laws in the United States has been a barrier or a catalyst to online sales.
4-Explore a social networking Web site, and analyze how businesses appear to be using the site. What do you see as some of the pros and cons for this type of software, from the perspective of a Fortune 500 versus a small company's perspective?
5- Describe some of the ways the Internet has or has not impacted the way you (1) buy groceries, (2) make travel plans, (3) read news, (4) follow your favorite sports team, (5) decide which movie to see next, (6) decide what political candidate to vote for, and (7) do research for a business course.


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