Class Notes for Jim Mc Cutcheon

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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Bachelor Of Business Administration

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16 Oct 2011
1937
What is a model: a model is a representation of reality. Achieving financial performance (need to make profit: shareholders: firm making for every doll
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Habitat, Operations Management, Retained Earnings

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16 Oct 2011
77
Largely uncontrollable from the perspective of the individual firm or manager. Pest: a model for analyzing the external environment. Because the extern
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

Business Ethics and Social Responsibilities everything on the ethics of business and the social responsibility of firms in the community

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16 Oct 2011
111
Primary function of any business is economic not social: milton freidman (noble prize winner) To produce efficiently and maximize profits in a marketpl
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonWinter

BU111 Lecture Notes - Making Money, Value Proposition

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16 Oct 2011
32
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Bachelor Of Business Administration

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16 Oct 2011
23
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Retained Earnings, Commercial Paper, Toronto Stock Exchange

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16 Oct 2011
24
The basic resources that a country"s business use to produce goods and services. We will begin by examining how firms and government raise the capital
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

November 1, 2010 Legal Forms of Business Ownership (cont) Lecture Notes for Different Types of Business Ownerships

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16 Oct 2011
48
Partnerships make up 9% of business =4% of total sales. Corporations make up the remainder=remainder sole proprietorships make up 74% of business=9% of
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

Taxation: Dividends & Capital Gains Simple problem/instructions on how dividends and capital gains are taxed in Ontario.

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16 Oct 2011
34
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Tax Rate, Asteroid Family

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16 Oct 2011
28
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Victor Vroom, Clinical Psychology, Belongingness

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16 Oct 2011
29
The willingness to exert high levels of effort towards the achievement of a goal, conditioned by the effort"s ability to satisfy some individual need.
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

Lecture #2-Business Intro -Course Model -Critical Success Factors

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16 Oct 2011
33
Lecture 2: online lab reg-thursday 7am, need iclicker for first lab, prep for lab: read what is a case (lab manual), joe mcbrine case , discuss case us
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Commercial Paper, Prediction Market, Retained Earnings

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16 Oct 2011
24
The basic resources that a country"s business use to produce goods and services. We will begin by examining how firms and government raise the capital
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