I Now Pronounce You One Big Company

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http://www.secinfo.com/d2bwb.4f8Ae.htm#1stPage In 2001, PepsiCo and the Quaker Oats Company reached an agreement to become one company. Based on the readings listed in your studies, present information on the following:

  • What type of marriage does this represent?
  • Who are the winners and losers?
  • Could this marriage happen today?

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Professor_Aldin
School: University of Virginia

Hi, your assignment is completely done ;). Let me know if you need more help ;)

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In 2001, PepsiCo and the Quaker Oats Company reached an agreement to become one company:


What type of marriage does this represent?
This was represented as a nuclear family. This is because the PepsiCo and the Quaker

Oats Company has both extends to be one company together. Also, they started to
expands/extend the vast number of branches which we can conclude that from one company too
many. As we know that when we say nuclear family, it is a type of family that has many
members which even compose of nearby relatives and many more. This clearly pointed out...

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