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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Complex Analysis, Data Mining, Computer Hardware

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Marketing: procedure developed by a firm to continuously gather, sort, analyze, store and distribute relevant and timely marketing information to its m
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Consumerism, Environmental Stewardship, Swot Analysis

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Strategy: what a firm is going to do achieve an objective. Strategic plan: a strategy which is planned for 3-5 years, not detailed. Marketing plan: a s
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -History Of Marketing, Marketing Mix, Triple Bottom Line

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Marketing: the process of creating, communicating and delivering value to customers and for managing customer relationships in ways that benefit the or
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Subculture, Psychographic, Customer Retention

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Consumer behaviour: the process individuals or groups go through to select, purchase and use goods and services. We make choices by these steps: (168,
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Blue Ocean Strategy, Mass Customization, Geodemography

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Market fragmentation: the creation of different consumer groups due to a diversity of needs and wants in society. Target marketing strategy: dividing t
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Rigging, Substitute Good, Pricing Strategies

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Price: the value that customers give up, or exchange to obtain a desired product. Bartering: the practice of exchanging a good or service for another g
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Skunk Works

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Product life cycle: concept that explains how products go through four distinct stages from birth to death: introduction, growth, maturity and decline
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Direct Marketing, Cost Per Mille, Personal Selling

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30 Jun 2013
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Promotion: the coordination of a marketer"s communication efforts to influence attitudes or behavior toward a product or service. Marketing communicati
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Outsourcing, Professional Wrestling Throws

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30 Jun 2013
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Channel of distribution: the series of firms or individuals that facilitates the movement of a product from the producer to the final customer. Channel
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Telemarketing, Fax, Public Service Announcement

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Product advertising: an advertising message that focuses on a specific good or service. Institutional advertising: an advertising message that promotes
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SFUBUS 343Todd GreenSummer

BUS 343 Chapter Notes -Observability, Fast-Moving Consumer Goods, Final Good

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30 Jun 2013
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Product objective must be: (should be long term implications) Goods: tangible products we can see, touch, smell, hear or taste. Actual product: feature
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SFUCRIM 131Martin BouchardFall

CRIM 131 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Indictable Offence, Precedent, Summary Offence

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SFUCRIM 131Martin BouchardFall

CRIM 131 Study Guide - Matching Principle, Auburn System, Anger Management

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SFUCRIM 131Martin BouchardFall

CRIM 131 Study Guide - Restorative Justice, Suspended Sentence

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SFUCRIM 131Martin BouchardFall

CRIM 131 Study Guide - Substance Abuse, Cold Turkey, Nippon Professional Baseball

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SFUCRIM 131Martin BouchardFall

CRIM 131 Study Guide - Young Offenders Act, Cold Turkey, Polskie Radio Program Iii

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Def: a philosophy, management style and organizational strategy centered on policing-community partnerships and problem solving to address problems of
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SFUBUS 393Colin HawesFall

BUS 393 Study Guide - Final Guide: Life Estate, Leasehold Estate, European Route E13

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Bus393 practice exam questions 2010. [note: the final exam will have approximately 40- 45 multiple choice or short questions in random order, and one l
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Accounts Payable, Computer File, Trial Balance

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The nature of the acquisition and payment cycle. Acquisition and payment cycle: the transaction cycle that includes the acquisition of and payment for
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Audit Risk, Transaction Processing, Remittance

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19 Sep 2012
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Classes of transactions in the sales and collection cycle. There are 5 in this cycle: sales, cash receipts, sales returns and allowances, charge-off of
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Bid Rigging, Earnings Management, Financial Statement

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19 Sep 2012
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Fraud: an intentional misstatement of the financial statements. Bid rigging, where the bidders for a contract collude to increase the price of the cont
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Audit Evidence, Asset, Test Data

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19 Sep 2012
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Audit program: detailed instructions for the entire collection of evidence for an audit area or an entire audit, an audit program in every component of
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Internal Control, Audit Risk, Financial Statement

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Internal control: the policies and procedures instituted and maintained by the management of an entity in order to provide reasonable assurance that ma
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Audit Risk, Audit Evidence, Analytical Review

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19 Sep 2012
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Designing tests of details of balances for a/r. Methodology for designing tests of details of balances. Evidence planning spreadsheet: a working paper
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Audit Evidence, Audit Risk, Internal Control

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19 Sep 2012
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Risk means the acceptance by auditors that there is some level of uncertainty in performing the audit function. Audit risk model: a formal model reflec
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Audit Risk, Analytical Review, Risk Assessment

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Phase 1: have a clear understanding of the risks of material misstatement before accepting the client. Phase 2: develop client risk profile by understa
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

Bus 426 - Chapter 19

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Chapter 19 - audit of the inventory and warehousing cycle. Functions in the cycle and internal controls. Process purchase orders (what inventory the co
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Financial Statement

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Chapter 24 - assurance services: internal and government. The institute of internal auditors (iia): an organization for internal auditors that establis
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Financial Statement

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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Contingent Liability, Financial Statement, Costs In English Law

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Contingent liability: a liability that arises due to an existing condition or situation involving uncertainty as to possible gains or losses: condition
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Financial Statement

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Standard unqualified independent auditor"s report: used when all auditing conditions have been met, no significant misstatements have been discovered a
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Promissory Note, Retained Earnings, Accrual

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Nature of the capital acquisition and repayment cycle. Few transactions affect the account balances, but highly material. Exclusion of a single transac
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Probabilistic Method

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Audit sampling occurs when: when less than 100% of the items under examination are being auditing, each item in the population can be selected as part
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Money Market Fund, Bank Reconciliation, List Of The Shield Episodes

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19 Sep 2012
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General cash account: the primary bank account for most organizations; virtually all cash receipts and disbursements flow through this account at some
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Audit Evidence, Internal Control, Financial Statement

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Audit strategy: a planned approach to the conduct of audit testing, taking into account assessed risks. Auditors use 5 types of tests to determine whet
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Financial Statement, Canada Revenue Agency, Internal Control

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19 Sep 2012
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Auditing: the accumulation and evaluation of evidence about information to determine and report on the degree of correspondence between the information
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Deloitte, Grant Thornton International, Pricewaterhousecoopers

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Key factors influencing the structure of public accounting. Canadian public accountability board (cpab): oversees the audits of publicly listed busines
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiFall

BUS 426 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Engagement Letter, Internal Control, Financial Statement

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Maintain adequate internal control conduct the audit using a risk- Provide documentation and information for the audit process based approach. Conduct
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiSummer

BUS 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Financial Audit, Financial Statement, Mathematically Correct

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Unqualified opinion: statement is free from material misstatement. Qualified opinion: statement with a few sections having errors, rest is ok. Except f
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiSummer

BUS 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Contingent Liability, Analytical Review, Financial Statement

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19 Sep 2012
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Cls are existing conditions or situation that will be resolved at some future time eg. lawsuit. How to search for cl: enquire of management, review min
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SFUBUS 426Michael Favere- MarchesiSummer

BUS 426 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Audit Risk, Financial Statement, Regional Policy Of The European Union

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19 Sep 2012
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Internal controls, are policies and procedures designed to provide reasonable assurance for management to achieve goals and objectives. Management"s ob
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