How was social media related to Nasty Gal’s business model? To what extent was Nasty Gal a “social” business?
What management, organization, and technology problems were responsible for Nasty Gal’s failure as a business?
Could Nasty Gal have avoided bankruptcy? Explain your answer.
He attempted to take the war to the air where he set up bases for planes. His plan ultimately backfired when the British utilized fighter pilots from the Royal Air Force. After several more failed attacks by Germany, the Allies began to see hope in stopping Hitler. Executive Order 9066 Japanese Americans were strongly discriminated for several reasons. For one, they looked nothing like Americans and they isolated themselves from the American culture. Most of them resided on the Pacific Coast, which was where most were afraid of an invasion by the Japanese. Americans became skeptical about whether these Japanese Americans were loyal to their race or country. Roosevelt then passed Executive Order 9066, which stated that internment camps (left) were allowed in order to keep possible threats in their place. This led to evacuations of many Japanese people on the West Coast. Korematsu v. The United States Even though there were some Japanese Americans who were born in American and had US citizenship, they were still discriminated against. A Japanese American named Fred Korematsu didn’t want to split with his non-Japanese girlfriend simply because he was Japanese, so he was eventually arrested and forcibly put in an internment camp. Korematsu’s civil rights were violated, however, the Supreme Court decided that these actions were justified because America was in a time of conflicts and small problems such as Korematsu’s could be put off. War Refugee Board Jewish Americans were aware of what was happening to their relatives in Europe, so they urged the US to take action and assist them. The US government knew the inhumane actions Hitler was executing, but no action was taken until 1944. The War Refugee Board allowed Jews to seek refuge at safe centers or at US owned camps in Europe. Zoot Suit Riots In Los Angeles, California, there were two sides of a conflict: Mexican Americans and white Americans. Many Mexican American teenagers wore “zoot suits” which included a broad felt hat, a long suit coat, and loose pants. White Americans saw this style as gang-like, leading them to attack anyone wearing the fashion. The root causes of this week long conflict had to do mainly with racial prejudice. Double V Campaign After the end of WWI, African Americans realized that no matter what efforts they put into fighting for the US, they won’t be able to get equal rights. Blacks in power urged for a fight in which Double V meant double victory. They called for victories at home and overseas. This stirred up many thoughts in Americans and African Americans.>