Write a paper on Business News Event Analysis.

Write a paper on Business News Event Analysis.
At the end of the course, you are required to identify and write about one current
business news event concerning a specific organization that illustrates concepts
covered in this course (e.g., Merrill Lynch’s restructuring from 10 to 6 divisions). The
event you chose to discuss can occur any time after February 1, 2022.
Your analysis of the event should be based on a minimum of four (4) articles.
Articles can be from any major periodical (e.g., BusinessWeek, The Economist
Fortune) or major newspaper (i.e., Investor’s Business Daily, New York Times, Wall
Street Journal). One source can be from a blog or newsletter from an expert in the
field. (Note: A brief news announcement/article of less than 450 words provides
insufficient depth and breadth and therefore is not considered one of the required 4
sources for the purposes of this assignment.)
Write-ups should include a Description of the situation, a clearly articulated
Connection to Management Concepts, Takeaways/lessons learned, and
References. You should draw upon a number of management concepts in your
analysis of the event, and these concepts should be from at least three different
chapters. Takeaways should go beyond the current situation/ organization. You are
being asked to think about management lessons you can apply to your own
professional life in the future.
Your work should be professionally presented. In terms of formatting, written summaries
typically are 2-3 single-spaced pages not including references (with a blank line
between paragraphs
– just like this document). The font should be 12 pt Times New
Roman. Margins should be 1 inch around. Your name should appear at the top of the
first page and be right justified. The write-up should be titled based on the business
event about which you are writing. The management concepts that you draw
upon should be italicized in the Connection to Management Concepts section. All four
sections should be clearly delineated with bolded headings. You may be penalized for
grammatical, spelling, and other errors. (Note: A grading rubric and several past
student papers are posted on BlackBoard.)