RESPOND TO STUDENTS POSTFelicia postA company that has an international presence that im familiar with is Red Bull. This well known energy drink company has been around globally for around 25 years and has created a large brand utilized in many different avenues. The vast majority of the advertising done across the world is more through sponsorship and/or word of mouth than the many ways of advertising like television ads, etc. This large company has a huge following of people that love the drink and use it for basic energy increasing measures or they drink it with alcoholic beverages. This drink however has been looked at in a harmful way as well, as it has been associated with heart problems, diabetes, and other medical problems. This drink has also become an interest to young adults and children which has also possibly led to health complications. With that, this company has to face regulations on this product in many different ways across the world. Some countries may encourage the consumption while others may try to ban the import of the product to their country.Also, as a drink product this company has to go through hoops with the FDA over the safety of the ingredients used in the product.Brooke postFedEx is a company that is based out of Memphis TN. They deliver nationwide and internationally. They have ground, freight, and air services that service over 220 countries and territories. FedEx complies with all applicable antitrust and competition laws wherever they do business — by competing vigorously, but also fairly and honestly. .Antitrust laws, known as competition laws outside of the U.S., are intended to promote the free enterprise system. Antitrust and other competition laws prohibit anticompetitive agreements and behavior, such as price-fixing and predatory efforts to eliminate competitors. All parties must agree to exclude the application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods (1980) as may be amended and the Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act. All rights, title, and interest in and to the FedEx Cross Border Services, FedEx Cross Border systems, and FedEx Cross Border trademarks, including intellectual property rights, are owned exclusively by FedEx Cross Border. FedEx has to abide by the rules and regulations that are governed in their terms and conditions and by the laws set forth.