Objectives

To analyze the financial statements of a publicly traded company:

Obtain an

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Name
Course Title and Number
Date Sweet Passion Graders balance sheet for the year 2007 and 2008 as 31st December Current assets Dec 31 2007 Dec 31 2008 Cash and equivalents 1,…
Business

Explain comprehensively by providing introduction body and conclusion for each question Q1)

Question

Explain comprehensively by providing introduction, body, and conclusion for each question.

Q1)

Business and ethics are necessarily linked – all businesses allocate harms and benefits for stakeholders, take actions that both express and shape their character, and observe certain standards of conduct. In this light, explain why the triple bottom line perspective supports the CSR programs and how it protects the interests of many. Give examples to support your answer?

Management

The Oriole Corporation issued 10year $5 800 000

par,
7% callable convertible subordinated debentures on

Question

The Oriole Corporation issued 10-year, $5,800,000 par, 7% callable convertible subordinated debentures on

January 2, 2017. The bonds have a par value of $1,000, with interest payable annually. The current conversion ratio is 15:1, and in 2 years it will increase to 18:1. At the date of issue, the bonds were sold at 99. Bond discount is amortized on a straight-line basis. Oriole’s effective tax was 40%. Net income in 2017 was $11,250,000, and the company had 2,195,000 shares outstanding during the entire year.

(a) Compute both basic and diluted earnings per share. (Round answers to 2 decimal places, e.g. $2.55.)

Basic earnings per share$

Diluted earnings per share$

Business

Can someone check my elevator pitch? It’s supposed to be only two minutes I would love to have some feedback on

Question

Can someone check my elevator pitch? It’s supposed to be only two minutes. I would love to have some feedback on

it. Thank you!

Hello and good afternoon, my name is –. I studied and I just graduated with Bachelor of Commerce major in Human Resource Management at — University. I am interested in applying as an HR Manager to utilise my strong decision making skills and business knowledge. My goal today is to demonstrate why am I a strong match for this job opportunity. So if you don’t mind, I will just mention a quick rundown of my skills.

Based on my personality test, these are the three skills that best described me. I am motivated and driven. I enjoy the challenge of working under pressure. Previously, I worked as a team leader in retail for three years. I also finished my Certificate in Business in TAFE, and it sparked my interest to pursue a commerce degree and also working in the field of training and employment. I am reliable and also organised when it comes to working with different types of people. I am cooperative considerate to the people I work with. Since I worked as a customer service assistant in a retail company, I have learned to efficiently work well in a team environment.

Throughout my academic year and past work experiences, I developed my management skills. I think your company would be an amazing place that will help me showcase my skills as they are directly transferrable to help your organisation achieve their targets. I’m leaving you my business card and contact details. I’m looking forward meeting you again. Thank you for your time.

Management

1)…

What are the implications of your answer on how to scale the business(managment consultant), where to

Question

1) What are the implications of your answer on how to scale the business(managment consultant), where to

open sites, how to develop a corporate culture, and how to position the product/service (are you selling talent or a model)?

Nelson borrowed money from Solvent National Bank and gave the bank a security interest in her business equipment

Question

Nelson borrowed money from Solvent National Bank and gave the bank a security interest in her business equipment,

both present and after-acquired. She later borrowed money from Resilient Savings and Loan to purchase additional business equipment. Three weeks after Nelson purchased the new equipment and took possession of it, an employee of Resilient discovered the bank’s filed financing statement concerning the bank’s loan to Nelson. Resilient immediately recorded a financing statement, so as to perfect its purchase money security interest in the equipment. Nelson then defaulted on the obligation owed to the bank and on the obligation owed to Resilient. Who has the first priority security interest in the equi9pment purchased by Nelson with the funds borrowed from Resilient?

A. Solvent National Bank. B. Resilient. C. both have equal priority. D. none of the above.

Management

Curtis invests $225 000 in a city of Athens bond that pays 4 25% interest Alternatively Curtis could have

Question

Curtis invests $225,000 in a city of Athens bond that pays 4.25% interest. Alternatively, Curtis could have

invested the $225,000 in a bond recently issued by Initech, Inc. that pays 5.50% interest with similar risk as the city of Athens bond. Assume that Curtis’s marginal tax rate is 24%.

How much implicit tax would Curtis pay on the city of Athens bond?

Multiple Choice

  • $9,562.50
  • $466.00
  • $366.00
  • $2,812.50
  • None of the choices are correct.

Business

Bishop has a capital balance of $120 000 in a local partnership and Cotton has a $90 000 balance These two

Question

Bishop has a capital balance of $120,000 in a local partnership, and Cotton has a $90,000 balance. These two

partners share profits and losses by a ratio of 60 percent to Bishop and 40 percent to Cotton. Lovett invests $60,000 in cash in the partnership for a 20 percent ownership. The goodwill method will be used. What is Cotton’s capital balance after this new investment?

Multiple Choice

  • $99,600
  • $102,000
  • $112,000
  • $126,000

Business

Jake Green estimates the cost of future projects for a large contracting firm Jake uses precisely the same

Question

Jake Green estimates the cost of future projects for a large contracting firm. Jake uses precisely the same

techniques to estimate the costs of every potential job and formulates bids by adding a standard profit markup. For some companies, to which the firm offers its services, there are no competitors also seeking their business, so Jake’s company is almost certain to get these companies as clients. For these jobs, Jake finds that his cost estimates are right, on average. For jobs where competitors are also vying for the business, Jake finds that they almost always end up costing more than he estimates.

True or False: To avoid the winner’s curse, Jake should assume that everyone else thinks the costs are greater than his original estimate, and adjust his bid accordingly.

Economics

Please do the exercises

THEORY OF PRODUCTION Next Class exercises: 1.- The following tablegives thetotal product schedule of labour. Find Use oorrespondingaverage product and marginal product schedules
oflahou r. 2.- The following table givesthe average product schedule of labour. find the total product and marginal product schedules. It is given that
thetotal product is zero at zero level of labour employment. 3_- The following table gives the marginal product schedule of labour. It is also given that total product of labour is zero at zero level of
employment Calculate the total and average product schedules of labour. Business School J’t’r.r-‘-‘-u .-.r n’…’..– -‘…..’r.-
Economics

Bus 368 Business Issues and Ethics Open Hong Kong Universitya What are the differences

Question

Bus 368 – Business Issues and Ethics – Open Hong Kong University

a What are the differences

between corporate governance and management? Explain and illustrate two different systems of corporate governance using relevant companies as examples

As per flagged per honor code. I am not asking for the tutor to make my work just to ping point main ideas.

Management

Assuming you are the chief executive officer (CEO) of Exxon Mobil describe a situation in which you would use

Question

Assuming you are the chief executive officer (CEO) of Exxon Mobil, describe a situation in which you would use

marginal analysis to make a business decision.

In creating your response, consider the following questions: What type of business decision would you make? How would you determine the marginal benefit and marginal cost of the decision? To what extent would you factor the opportunity cost of your decision? And what types of trade-offs would you likely face when you make your decision?

Economics

Ensure skilled staff availabilityAssume that the management team has approved your business plan but has

Question

Ensure skilled staff availability

Assume that the management team has approved your business plan but has

expressed concerns about ensuring there is sufficient cleaning staff for the expansion. As you wish to appease their concerns, you are required to research and identify at least three ways in which you will be able to source enough skilled workers in order to meet workforce demands.

Send an email to the management team outlining the sources that can be used to procure staff so as to ensure that there will be sufficient skilled labour to meet the company’s needs.

Management

Good Data &amp

Good Decisions

There has been a fundamental shift in the way businesses view

Running head: GOOD DATA WON’T GUARANTEE GOOD DECISIONS Good Data Won’t Guarantee Good Decisions
Name
Institution
Date 1 GOOD DATA WON’T GUARANTEE GOOD DECISIONS 2 Good Data Won’t Guarantee…
Business

Janet’s Silk Printing company is located in a small university town

The major portion of their business is

Question

Janet’s Silk Printing company is located in a small university town. The major portion of their business is

custom printed sweatshirts for university bookstores. As a sideline they also retail printed sweatshirts locally. The local demand for sweatshirts is: Q = 300 – 8P. The average and marginal cost per printed sweatshirt is $12.

(a) Calculate output, price, and profit under the monopoly conditions they enjoy locally.

(b) To test other markets they contemplate opening retail outlets in several university towns where there will be numerous competitors. Calculate price and output under these perfectly competitive conditions.
Economics

1 What is

Critical business function
(CBF)
and Maximum acceptable
outage (MAO)

2 how

Question

1 What is Critical business function (CBF) and Maximum acceptable outage (MAO)

2 how

a Disaster Recovery Plan can mitigate an organization’s risk

3. why it is important to test the Disaster Recovery Plan

Assume that Keisha’s marginal tax rate is 40% and her tax rate on dividends is 10% If a city of Atlanta bond pays

Question

Assume that Keisha’s marginal tax rate is 40% and her tax rate on dividends is 10%. If a city of Atlanta bond pays

7.02% interest, what dividend yield would a dividend-paying stock (with no growth potential) have to offer for Keisha to be indifferent between the two investments from a cash-flow perspective?

Multiple Choice

  • 10.00%
  • 8.80%
  • 7.80%
  • 7.02%
  • None of the choices are correct.

Business

There are many trends and predicted trends in ebusiness

and
e-commerce, including (but not limited

Question

There are many trends and predicted trends in e-business and e-commerce, including (but not limited

to!):

-Personalization

-Artificial Intelligence

-Virtual Reality

-Augmented Reality

-Blockchain

-Cryptocurrency

-Mobile Business

Find an article (or articles) about one of these trends (or another relevant e-business trend) in e-business and/or e-commerce. Explain what the trend is and how it has or will impact e-businesses. Give at least one example of its use in e-business and/or e-commerce. What are some specific businesses or industries that you think would benefit most from this trend? How might this trend impact your future as a consumer and businessperson?

Management

Strong Metals Inc purchased a new stamping machine at the beginning of the year at a cost of $840 000 The

Question

Strong Metals Inc. purchased a new stamping machine at the beginning of the year at a cost of $840,000. The

estimated residual value was $67,800. Assume that the estimated useful life was five years, and the estimated productive life of the machine was 286,000 units. Actual annual production was as follows:

YearUnits179,000 267,000 334,000 462,000 544,000

Required:1.Complete separate depreciation schedule for each of the alternative methods.

a.Straight-line.

Business

This comes from chapter 9 in Principles of Management Foundations of Individual Behavior 9 1 Identify the

Question

This comes from chapter 9 in Principles of Management. Foundations of Individual Behavior. 9.1 Identify the

focus and goals of organizational behavior. 9.2 Explain the role that attitudes play in job performance. 9.3 Describe different personality theories 9.4 Describe perception and the factors that influence it. 9.5 Discuss learning theories and their relevance in shaping behavior. 9.6 Discuss contemporary issues in OB.

1. What is new or different than what you knew before?
Business

eate

a 7- to 10-slide PowerPoint®
presentation, including detailed speaker’s notes,
FORMS OF A BUSINESS
Whenever an entrepreneur wants to carry on any business, there are several decisions that he has
to make with regard to the structural aspects of the business and how such a…
Business

Which of the following is an itemized deduction?

a. Ordinary and necessary expenses incurred in a trade or

Question

Which of the following is an itemized deduction?

a. Ordinary and necessary expenses incurred in a trade or

business.

b. The deduction for capital losses.

c. Alimony paid to the taxpayer’s ex-spouse.

d. Individual Retirement Account (IRA) contribution.

e. None of the above is an itemized deduction.

Business

Companies lose millions of dollars each year through employee theft and fraud To prevent this internal controls

Question

Companies lose millions of dollars each year through employee theft and fraud. To prevent this, internal controls

are implemented. We will examine the types of controls companies use, and discuss what happens when these controls are missing.

Consider this scenario: You own a small business with 25 employees. In your initial post, explain which internal controls you would use to protect your assets and ensure that your financial statements are accurate.

Business

Budgeting is something that all organizations should engage in as it serves an important role to plan and control

Question

Budgeting is something that all organizations should engage in as it serves an important role to plan and control

the activities that take place. While our focus has been on for-profit businesses in this course, other organizations such as nonprofits, state, local, and the federal governments need to budget as well.

Find an article that touches on budgeting taking place at an organization. Summarize the article and said how they prepare their budget.

Business

This question focuses on an oligopoly and its reliance on economies of

Question

This question focuses on an oligopoly and its reliance on economies of

scale.

a. Explain the role of economies of scale in the success, or perhaps lack of success, for a given supplier operating within the context of oligopoly. In particular, how can economies of scale relate to the achievement of a competitive advantage in the marketplace?

b. Why is market share within the oligopoly so important in the achievement of economies of scale?

The explanation must be one paragraph long. The explain must be clear, persistent, and list number for each answer.

Business

The whole process of integrating the traditional Brick and Mortar Business with eBusiness involves several types

Question

The whole process of integrating the traditional Brick and Mortar Business with e-Business involves several types

of business models. Which among the following options represent the best scenario for a G2B model?

a. Answering public queries, Asking for suggestion from citizens

b. Registration, renewal of licenses

c. Selling product to government buyers

d. E-payment between government organizations

Entrepreneurship

I need a

Client letter
for my Federal income tax course. Thank you
Running head: TAX CLIENT LETTER 1 TAX CLIENT LETTER [Insert Name]
[Institutional affiliation] TAX CLIENT LETTER 2 Mr. Smith Boko
123 ABC St.
New York City, NY 98999
October 29 2016 Annie Oakley…
Business

Mae donated stock in Eagle Corporation (a publicly traded corporation) to her church The stock was worth $60 000

Question

Mae donated stock in Eagle Corporation (a publicly traded corporation) to her church. The stock was worth $60,000

and had been acquired as an investment three years ago at a cost of $50,000. Mae had AGI of $100,000 in the year she made the donation. Mae does not make a reduced deduction election. In completing her income tax return, how much of the charitable contribution can Mae deduct?

Question 46 options:

a)

$30,000.

b)

$50,000.

c)

$60,000.

d)

$70,000.

e)

None of the above.

Business

Sycamore corporation has provided the following cost data for the last year when 100000 units were produced and

Question

Sycamore corporation has provided the following cost data for the last year when 100000 units were produced and

sold:

raw materials 200000

direct labor

manufacturing overhead: 200,000

selling and administrative expense: 150,000

All costs are variable except for 100,000 of manufacturing overhead and 100000 of selling and administrative expense. There are no beggining or ending inventories. if the selling price is 10 per unit the net operating income from producing and selling 110,000 units would be:

a)560,000

b)385,000

c)405,000

d)450,000

Business

1 A sole proprietor must meet state licensing criteria a)whenever any type of new business is

Question

1.A sole proprietor must meet state licensing criteria:

a)whenever any type of new business is

begun

b)only when the business is one that the state regulates

c)only when the business is one that the federal government regulates

d)only when the business exceeds $1,000,000 in assets

2.If a sole proprietor dies leaving behind an insolvent business, the debts of the business:

a)will be forgiven

b)must be paid from the estate of the deceased

c)must be satisfied only from the assets of the business

d)none of the above

3.Ron, Sandy and Tom want to enter into business together with the least amount of paperwork. It is very important to them to pay the least possible amount of federal and state taxes and to get the business off the ground in the shortest possible amount of time. Based on these facts, they should organize their business as a:

a)a sole proprietorship

b)a partnership

c)limited partnership

d)corporation

4.After final dissolution of a partnership, each partner:

a)is no longer personally liable for partnership debt

b)remains personally liable for partnership debt

c)remains liable for partnership debt for a 90-day period

d)none of the above

5.A partner’s duties to the partnership, including the duty to perform personal services and to manage the partnership, are:

a)delegable

b)non-delegable

c)assignable

d)non-assignable

6.If a partner enters into new contracts on behalf of the partnership during the winding up period:

a)only the partner will be bound on the contract

b)only the partnership will be bound on the contract

c)both the partner and partnership will be bound on the contract.

d)neither the partner nor the partnership will be bound on the contract

7.Partners have the right to inspect partnership books:

a)only pursuant to a court order

b)once a year

c)once every quarter

d)at any time

8.Which of the following can cause the dissolution of the partnership absent an agreement to the contrary in the partnership agreement?

a)the unanimous consent of all partners to dissolve the partnership

b)the consent of 2/3 of the partners to dissolve the partnership

c)the consent of a majority of the partners to dissolve the partnership

d)the demand of a single partner to dissolve the partnership

e)all of the above

9.If a limited partner gets involved in directly managing the business:

a)she takes on the unlimited liability of a general partner

b)the partnership will be dissolved

c)she is guilty of a crime

d)all of the above

10.If a limited partnership agreement states that general partners may not withdraw, then:

a)general partners are unable to withdraw

b)general partners may still withdraw but are subject to contract damages if they do so

c)general partners may still withdraw but will be guilty of a crime if they do so

d)none of the above

Business

You are hired to consult to a Not For Profit business that manufacturers Figment’s

The Board of Directors has

Question

You are hired to consult to a Not For Profit business that manufacturers Figment’s. The Board of Directors has

limited knowledge of the budgetary process required.

Required:

Create a memo to the Board discussing (a) strategic plan, (b) capital budget and (c) operating budget.

Business

Hello I am doing C200 Task 1 from Western Governors University A2 the subtask of concern asks to describe 3

Question

Hello. I am doing C200, Task 1 from Western Governors University. A2, the sub-task of concern asks to describe 3

leadership practices of the current leader of the organization. I have chosen the following:

1. Provides strategic leadership

2. Coaches, guides and mentors’ direct reports and ensures that this is done at all levels

3. Sets a tone of execution and formally fosters its practice and adoption throughout the organization.

I will elaborate on each, and show how each practice helps the organization. I am not sure if these are actual leadership practices. What I did was observe the leader and record what he actually does. I will be sure to also include relevant aspects of leadership theory in my write up. For example, in the strategic leadership practice, I would use the trait theory and describe the leader has having the characteristic of pragmatism- and tie it to his ability to be an effective strategic leader in defining the overall business strategy of the organization.

Overall, am I on the right track? Are those actual leadership practices?

Any assistance or commentary would be great!

Management

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on
Introduction: Value chain Support
Activities
• Value chain includes the primary activities of the business. It is a series of the
business operations which aims at adding value to the company…
Management

A company manufactures a single product which has the following cost structurebased on a production budget

Question

A company manufactures a single product which has the following cost structure

based on a production budget

of 10,000 units.

Materials – 4 kg at $3/kg $12

Direct labour – 5 hours at $7/hour $35

Variable production overheads are recovered at the rate of $8 per direct labour

hour.

Other costs incurred by the company are:

$

Factory fixed overheads 120,000

Selling and distribution overheads 160,000

Fixed administration overheads 80,000

The selling and distribution overheads include a variable element due to a

distribution cost of $2 per unit. The fixed selling price of the unit is $129.

You are required to;

(a) Calculate how many units have to be sold for the company to breakeven.

(b) Calculate the sales revenue which would give a net profit of $40,000.

(c) If the company could buy in the units instead of manufacturing them,

calculate how much it would be prepared to pay if both:

(i) estimated sales for next year are 9,500 units at $129 each; and

(ii) $197,500 of fixed selling, distribution and administrative overheads

would still be incurred even if there is no production (all other fixed

overheads would be saved).

Business

This assignment is provided below The assignment requires that

a client acceptance report to the partner in
Running header: SOUTH WEST AUDIT ANALYSIS South West Audit Analysis
Names:
Institution 2
Running header: SOUTH WEST AUDIT ANALYSIS South West Audit Analysis
Introduction
Corporate Structure
The…
Business

Scenario

You work for Australia Wide Taxations Solutions—a company of 1,500 employees offering taxation

Question

Scenario:

You work for Australia Wide Taxations Solutions—a company of 1,500 employees offering taxation

services in different cities across the country. The company offers five services: personal taxation, small business taxation, corporate services, personal wealth creation and corporate asset management.

It is working in a highly regulated and legislated industry.

You have been asked to work with the team conducting a risk assessment for the entire organisation.

How will you identify the risk management scope—what things do you need to look at? What challenges does a scope of this size pose and how would you approach the risk assessment process?

Business

A review of the business’s performance against the performance indicators included in the business plan identified

Question

A review of the business’s performance against the performance indicators included in the business plan identified

that a number of residential customers no longer use the business because of lack of satisfaction with the quality of the service provided, specifically the level of cleanliness and attention to detail.

As the Operations Manager, you are investigating this situation in relation to the contract cleaners who were providing the cleaning for the customers who have ceased to use the services of the business. You decide to set up a meeting with each of the contractors to investigate the situation and to provide coaching on the expected level of performance. For this assessment task you only need to meet with one of the cleaners.

Ozhouse Clean has the following expected level of performance in relation to cleaning services:

· All surfaces, including floors, bench tops and shelves cleaned so that they are free of dust and dirt.

· Rubbish bins emptied and cleaned.

· Shower screens and mirrors cleaned so they are free of soap build up and streaks.

· Only cleaning products provided are used.

· All cleaning services must be provided in the allocated time.

These performance standards are included in each person’s contract.

Management

Question 7Marigold Bookstore had 450 units on hand at January 1 costing $9 each

Question

29

210 @ $15

Marigold does not maintain perpetual inventory records. According to a physical count, 395 units were on hand at January 31.

The cost of the inventory at January 31, under the LIFO method is:

$3950.

$3555.

$2370.

$4475

Question 8

At May 1, 2020, Swifty Company had beginning inventory consisting of 200 units with a unit cost of $8.00. During May, the company purchased inventory as follows:

880 units at $8.00

520 units at $7.60

The company sold 900 units during the month for $14 per unit. Swifty uses the average cost method. The value of Swifty’s inventory at May 31, 2020 is

$11018.

$5666.

$5352.

$5509.

Business

Nicomekl Novelties entered into a lease on January 1 2017 to lease a delivery van for three years from Fraser

Question

Nicomekl Novelties entered into a lease on January 1, 2017, to lease a delivery van for three years from Fraser

Cheam Finance Corporation. The fair value of the van on that date was $55,000 which was its cost to Fraser Cheam Finance Corporation. Lease payments were to be made quarterly beginning on January 1, 2017. The terms of the lease allow Nicomekl Novelties to purchase the van at the end of the lease term for a payment of $20,000 which is the estimated fair value of the vehicle at the end of the lease term. The residual value of the vehicle is estimated to be $5,000 at the end of its useful life of ten years. The implicit rate of the lease is 8% per annum (2% per quarter) and is known to Nicomekl. Both companies amortize all capital assets using the straight-line method.

Required:


Determine the lease classification for Fraser Cheam Finance Corporation. Evaluate all potential considerations.

Business

What are the steps to analyzing and

interpreting and capitalizing operating leases?

Please don’t solve

Assets
Liabilities Afer
Total 24902
11091
Aircraf
facilities Total
2014
462
1474
1936
2015
448
1386
1834
2016
453
1183
1636
2017
391
1298
1689
2018
326
904
1230
824
5826
6650
2904
12071
14975 A)
B)…
Business

Why is an entrepreneurial family business different from other family businesses?What pressures do

Question

Why is an entrepreneurial family business different from other family businesses?

What pressures do

entrepreneurs sometimes face from inside the family?

What do we mean by ‘liquidity event’? How can one best maximize it?

Talk about the size and impact of family businesses on Asia-Pacific economies, and in particular within the economy you are most familiar with.

Entrepreneurship

1 points

QUESTION 2

  1. Pat used to work as an aerobics

1. The answer is B. .Measure the forgone opportunities of the owners of the business.
2. The answer is C. $34,000; $15,000
3. The answer is C. It is impossible to tell how many firms currently…
Economics

Does anyone have the answer?

Mike’s Honey-Do Repair Services
Mike’s quot;Honey-Doquot; Repair Services
GENERAL JOURNAL
Date
2016
Sep 1 Account Titles and Description PR Debit Cash
Truck
Mike Hammer, Capital
(To Record the initial Investment in Business)…
Business

Please use Australia Corporation Act 2001 as reference thank you

XYZ Learning Centres Ltd (XYZ), a small

Australia Corporation Act 2001
Brief facts
XYZ Learning Centers Ltd (XYZ), a small ASX listed company, owned and operated a
large number of child care centers. All the directors both executive and…
Business

Managerial Accounting Homework Help

Need solved by 2:00 PM PST.

Question 2 In July, Edmonds Resort Company incurred $62,400 of food service costs and served 12,000 meals. In December, when 8,000 meals were served, the food service cost was $49,600. Based on…

Business

#4 I need some help doing this problem

#5 I need the calculation answers for B,C,D.

Answer 5 a Break even point in units
Break even point in $
Contrbution margin per unit Contrbution margin ratio Sale (A)
Varible Cost (B) Contrbution (C (A-B)
Contrbution margin ratio (D (C/A)…
Business

As part of a major organizational change your CEO has asked you to prepare a report to help support this process

Question

as part of a major organizational change, your CEO has asked you to prepare a report to help support this process,

you have been asked to review an area of hr/business

and present a business report to key stakeholders with recommendations for improvement. to provide the premises for your report, you ave been to analyze relevant areas that affect the business practice.

select a company uber or amazon or other company and explain why you selected this particular company? why is it newsworthy?

Management

Write a 1 000 1250

word paper
on the following
I would like to share my experience at TeleBarbados, it’s a recent startup and they are into
telecommunications. The company has several departments and each department has been
driven by the…
Business

Indicate whether each would be treated as Capital expenditure or Revenue Expenditure?Costs

Question

Indicate whether each would be treated as Capital expenditure or Revenue Expenditure?

Costs

related to acquiring an asset, such as import taxes, transportation.

Costs incurred Prior to using the asset, such as installation

Cost incurred after putting the asset into service

Cost incurred after putting the asset into service which extend its usefull life

Business

Which of the following is

false
concerning the International Monetary Fund?

a.It has more than

Question

Which of the following is false concerning the International Monetary Fund?

a.It has more than

150 member nations.

b.Its loans to developing countries are interest free.

c.It makes short-term loans to developing countries.

d.Its loans are primarily to fund international trade.

e.It is an international bank.

Business

Market AnalysisOne of the initial stages in developing a business plan is to perform a

Question

Market Analysis

One of the initial stages in developing a business plan is to perform a

market analysis. For this PA, you will develop a focus on industry attractiveness, target markets, and customer needs. Having confidence in your abilities and the right product or service won’t accomplish much if you don’t know how to get them into the hands of potential customers. Using your textbook as a guide, perform research to complete market analysis and be sure to address key areas such as target market, future projections about the target market, and trends. This section of your business plan should represent a significant portion since it also encompasses your company, competitors, and potential customers and their needs.

Entrepreneurship

Can You Completed all 10 questions the questions are attached below and the Excel Model is also attached below

Question

Can You Completed all 10 questions, the questions are attached below and the Excel Model is also attached below.

Remember the questions should be answered in the same format as in the example in the question sheet.

A
1
2
3
4 C Number of Delegates F G 284.418
Fee
Members £
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Students £
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300.00
100.00
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5%
Number
10 Discounts
Fee Reduction…
Business

Required Perform Horizontal (B/S &amp

I/S), Vertical (I/S only) and ratio analysis as indicated.

Question

Required: Perform Horizontal (B/S I/S), Vertical (I/S only) and ratio analysis as indicated.

Compute potential measures of Materiality as indicated and allocate the selected measure (sliding scale) among the assets (net) as indicated. Then prepare a memo that documents what you have done and the results of your procedures in good workpaper form. Highlight at least two items that will require audit attention. Please type your memo on word.

Memorandum
Date: March 10, 2017
To:
From:
Subject: Financial Analysis Pea Blossoms Company Dear ….:
Thank you for the opportunity to review the firm’s financial statements and make this ratio…
Business

Question 1

What is meant by management? Explain the basics of business management in

Question

Question:1. What is meant by management? Explain the basics of business management in

detail.

2.Describe the nature (Aspects) of management.

3.Explain the different levels of Management in an organisation. Select an organisation of your choice and analyse different levels of management in it.

4.Suppose that you are a manager of a small London based clothing retail company with only three other staff working for you.

Please explain the four main functions of your management responsibilities:

· Planning

· Organising

· Leading

Controlling

5. Explain how one of the above management functions might change if you were working at a multinational clothing corporation.

Guidelines for completion

· A standard citation and Harvard referencing system is required.
Management