D) market for corporate control.
The market for corporate control refers to the actions carried out by equity markets that attempt to take over a corporation. Examples of corporate control include mergers, takeovers (hostile or friendly), leveraged buyouts and recapitalizations.
In other words, this includes external investors who are willing to take control of a corporation.
The government of Ledroy Coast, an island country, has imposed restrictions on the number of cars that can be imported in one year from Randavia, a leading car manufacturing country. This has helped the domestic car manufacturers of Ledroy Coast in increasing their market share. What trade restrictions has the government of Ledroy Coast imposed in this scenario?
A quota is a type f trade restriction which limits the amount of goods that can be imported. In this case, the number of cars that can be imported from Randavia into Ledroy Coast has been limited to a certain number.
If for example the demand for cars in Ledroy Coast is 10,000 cars per annum, and the quota on imported cars has been set at 2,000, that means that customers have to explore and buy locally manufactured cars, and local manufactures will sell 8,000 cars in that year. A quota would thus leave most of the car market to local car manufacturers.
Argument or Nonargument To focus on the performance of the stock market is to zero in on an economic indicator that can do well even as the country does poorly. In 2006, for instance, the Dow Jones industrial average hit highs. According to the just released census data, however, median earnings fell one percent, and millions more Americans entered the ranks of the uninsured. Indeed, from 2000 to 2007 the S&P 500 gained more than 500 points. Meanwhile, the median household income fell by more than $900.
To focus on the performance...the country does poorly.
Argument or Nonargument
To focus on the performance of the stock market is to zero in on an economic indicator that can do well even as the country does poorly. In 2006, for instance, the Dow Jones industrial average hit highs. According to the just released census data, however, median earnings fell one percent, and millions more Americans entered the ranks of the uninsured. Indeed, from 2000 to 2007 the S&P 500 gained more than 500 points. Meanwhile, the median household income fell by more than $900.The conclusion is....
a) According to the just released..ranks of the uninsured.
b) To focus on the performance...the country does poorly.
c) In 2006, for instance, the Dow Jones...hit highs.
d) Meanwhile...fell by more than $900
The key is to focus on the performance...the country does poorly
In accordance with US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, which of the following costs associated with long-lived assets are expensed, not capitalized? (Check all that apply.) Interest on loans to purchase the assets Delivery costs Installation costs Ordinary repairs and maintenance Immaterial repairs and maintenance
The answers are below
Interest on loans to purchase the assets
Ordinary repairs and maintenance
Immaterial repairs and maintenance
The prisoners' dilemma game a. is a situation in which two players both have dominant strategies which lead to the highest total payoff for the two players. b. has no Nash equilibrium since players, after agreeing to play their dominant strategy, will have an incentive to switch to another strategy. c. has a Nash equilibrium, but the Nash equilibrium outcome is not the outcome the players would agree to if they could cooperate with each other. d. Both a and c are correct.
The correct answer is option c.
Prisoner's dilemma is a common concept in the game theory. It shows why two rational individuals will not cooperate. Two prisoner's have the choice to cooperate with each other and remain silent or blame the other.
The Nash equilibrium for both the payers here will be to betray each other. But this will incur cost on both of them. If the players could cooperate with each other, they would not agree to this.
___________is a conductor installed on the supply side of a service or separately derived system to ensure the required electrical conductivity between metal parts required to be electrically connected.
Supply-side bonding jumper
A supply side bonding jumper is a transmitter on the stockpile side or inside an assistance or independently inferred framework to guarantee the electrical conductivity between metal parts required to be electrically associated.
A bonding jumper on the stock side of an over current gadget
The size of the stock side holding jumper depends on the unground stage conductors
Tasty Tangerine is currently selling 50,000 boxes for $25 per box. Variable cost per box is $17 and fixed costs total $260,000. A plan is being considered to increase advertising and reduce the selling price. The advertising would increase fixed costs by $60,000. Management believes the advertising along with a $2 reduction in the selling price per box will increase sales volume by 24,000 boxes. If management's predictions are correct, making these changes will cause net income for the year to ______. increase by $132,000 increase by $44,000 decrease by $104,000 decrease by $16,000
decrease by $16,000
We know that,
The net income = Sales - variable cost - fixed expense
The sales = Sales units × selling price per unit
= 50,000 boxes × $25
The variable cost = Sales units × variable cost per unit
= 50,000 boxes × $17
And, the fixed cost is $260,000
So, the net income would equal to
= $1,250,000 - $850,000 - $260,000
Since, the sales units are increased by $24,000 units, so new sales units is 74,000 units
And, the sales per unit is decreased by 2 So, new sales per unit is $23
So, the new sales
= Sales units × selling price per unit
= $74,000 × $23 = $1,702,000
The variable cost = Sales units × variable cost per unit
So, the new variable cost equals to
= 74,000 units × $17
And the fixed expense would increased by the $60,000 so new fixed cost is $320,000
So, the new net income would be equal to
= $1,702,000 - $1,258,000 - 320,000
If we compare these two net income, then the difference would be
= $140,000 - $124,000
= $16,000 decrease
A nonprofit team attempting to reduce your state's unemployment rate is partnering with an outplacement firm to host workshops on getting people back to work. The team leader has asked you how they might gain insight into which individuals might be more likely to attend the workshops and networking events in an effort to land a job. What characteristic would you recommend he seek out in candidates to ensure a pool of individuals more motivated in the job search process? A. conscientiousness
Conscientiousness is the highly valued personality trait influenced by genetic and environmental factors. People of this trait are very organised, responsible and ready to learn. Every employer look for this trait in the employee for the benefit of organization as it add efficiency to work force at lesser training cost. Each personality trait have few sub trait, therefore, Conscientiousness also have few sub trait:
High score under this trait in personality test will help in getting job as it is indicator of success.
In a 1992 case entitled Goodman v. Wenco Foods, Inc., the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled that when a substance in food causes injury to someone consuming the food, just because the substance was natural to the food will not bar recovery against the seller of the food. If, in a 2019 case involving a consumer’s injury caused by a fish bone in a bowl of fish chowder, the court follows the decision in Goodman v. Wenco Foods, Inc., the court's action in the second case is an example of _________.a) in rem jurisdiction b) federal law
c) res judicata
d) legislative stasis
e) stare decisis
The correct answer is letter "E": stare decisis.
Stare decisis is a legal practice that implies reviewing similar decisions on previous cases than the one judges can have in front of them to determine the verdict of their current cases. The previous cases must have taken place in similar circumstances and be precedent of Courts of similar jurisdictions.
Mary owes $3,800 on her credit card. she sends the credit card company a check for $800 with the notation "payment in full" on the check. if the credit card issuer cashes the check: