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RYERSONITM 102Debashish RoyFall

Course notes.docx

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This law became a standard within all global industries (keep up with the advancement of technology) this lead to a highly competitive industry = faste
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RYERSONMHR 523Nina ColeFall

HR FINAL NOTES.docx

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Better performance management represents a largely untapped opportunity to improve company profitability. Performance management: the process encompass
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RYERSONFIN 521Eric TerryFall

Notes - Fin521.docx

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14 Dec 2013
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Investment: current commitment of dollars for a period of time in order to derive future payments: compensate the investor for. Historical rates and re
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RYERSONFIN 621Sergiy RakhmayilFall

International finance notes.docx

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14 Dec 2013
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Chapter 1 globalization and the multinational firm. Dimensions setting international finance apart from domestic finance: foreign exchange risk and pol
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RYERSONFIN 512Coleen ClarkFall

Retirement and Estate Planning- notes.docx

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14 Dec 2013
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The further you are from retirement, the more estimates will suffice. Retirement planning is done in six steps: gather current financial information, p
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RYERSONFIN 501Steve JoyceFall

Fin501 notes.docx

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14 Dec 2013
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Percentage returns: how much do we get for each dollar we invest. Price of the stock at beginning of the year. Three important categories of financial
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RYERSONFIN 300Cynthia HolmesFall

Notes.docx

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14 Dec 2013
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Financial manager: managers that represent the owner"s interests and make decisions on their behalf: usually associated with a top officer of the firm,
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Conceptual Framework, Financial Statement, Comprehensive Income

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14 Dec 2013
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Conceptual framework: a coherent system of interrelated objectives and fundamentals that can lead to consistent standards and that prescribes the natur
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Revenue Recognition, Fide, Barter

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Sales of goods and services are different: goods are tangible assets. There is a definite point in time when control over the goods or the item being s
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Impaired Asset, Book Value

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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Earnings Management, Net Income, Income Statement

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Usefulness of the income statement: evaluate the enterprises past performance and profitability, provide a basis for predicting future performance, hel
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Capital Asset, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Book Value

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14 Dec 2013
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Chapter 10 property, plant, and equipment (accounting model basics) Property, plant and equipment assets: defined as an asset with the following charac
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Discounted Cash Flow, Book Value, Transaction Cost

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14 Dec 2013
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Major models of accounting for investments: cost/ amortized cost model, fair value through net income model (fv-ni, fair value through other comprehens
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Book Value, Impaired Asset

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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Discounted Cash Flow, Book Value, Transaction Cost

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14 Dec 2013
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Major models of accounting for investments: cost/ amortized cost model, fair value through net income model (fv-ni, fair value through other comprehens
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Earnings Management, Net Income, Income Statement

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14 Dec 2013
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Usefulness of the income statement: evaluate the enterprises past performance and profitability, provide a basis for predicting future performance, hel
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Intangible Asset, Interest Expense, The Assets

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14 Dec 2013
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Intangible assets: are identifiable non-monetary assets that lack physical substance: they must have these characterists to be appropriately recognized
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cash Flow, Current Liability, Financial Instrument

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14 Dec 2013
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Chapter 5 financial position and cash flows. Current ratio, quick ratio or acid test ratio (calculate liquidity) Classification in the balance sheet: c
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cash Cash, Money Market Fund, List Of The Shield Episodes

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14 Dec 2013
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cash Flow, Current Liability, Financial Instrument

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14 Dec 2013
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Chapter 5 financial position and cash flows. Current ratio, quick ratio or acid test ratio (calculate liquidity) Classification in the balance sheet: c
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Intangible Asset, Interest Expense, The Assets

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14 Dec 2013
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Intangible assets: are identifiable non-monetary assets that lack physical substance: they must have these characterists to be appropriately recognized
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cash Cash, Money Market Fund, List Of The Shield Episodes

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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: General Ledger, Capital Account, Retained Earnings

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Debit and credits: making an entry on the left side of the t account is called debiting, making an entry on the right side of the t account is called c
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Conceptual Framework, Financial Statement, Revenue Recognition

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14 Dec 2013
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Conceptual framework: a coherent system of interrelated objectives and fundamentals that can lead to consistent standards and that prescribes the natur
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Capital Asset, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Book Value

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14 Dec 2013
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Chapter 10 property, plant, and equipment (accounting model basics) Property, plant and equipment assets: defined as an asset with the following charac
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RYERSONACC 414Else GrechFall

ACC 414 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Revenue Recognition, Fide, Accounting

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14 Dec 2013
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Sales of goods and services are different: goods are tangible assets. There is a definite point in time when control over the goods or the item being s
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSummer

Chapter 4 - intentional torts

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False i m pr ison ment: false imprisonment: occurs when a person is confined within a fixed area without justification, an actual prison is not necessa
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSummer

Chapter 5 - Miscellaneous Torts Affecting Business

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Backround rules recurring tension in business law: aggressive competition vs fair play, market forces vs legal intervention acts permitted unless speci
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSummer

Chapter 3 - Intro to torts

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: generally consists of a failure to fulfill a prime obligation that was imposed by the: tort law, torts and crimes, tortfearsor: the person who has co
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSummer

Chapter 2 - Litigation and alternative dispute resolution

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T he l i t igat ion process.  common issues: there must be common issues amongst the various members of the act.  representative plaintiff: he or she
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RYERSONLAW 122Theresa MiedemaSummer

LAW 122 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Liability Insurance, Property Insurance, Intentional Tort

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5 May 2011
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R isk management (2-6: risk management: process of identifying, evaluating and responding to the possibility of harmful events. Three steps to risk man
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Glass Ceiling, Intellectual Capital, Knowledge Worker

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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Customer Relationship Management, Continual Improvement Process, Strategic Management

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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: North American Free Trade Agreement, Southern African Development Community, Multinational Corporation

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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Force Works, Strategic Thinking, International Business

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 operate a self-employed service business: people who introduce a new product or operational change in an existing organization. Typical characteristi
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Decision Support System, Knowledge Worker, Orkut

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Individualized service: service will become an even more finely-calibrated proposition between retailer and customer. Lecture questions: how is informa
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

Chapter 8

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Figure 8. 1 the roles of planning and controlling in the management process www. notesolution. com: benefits of planning, improves focus and flexibilit
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

Chapter 9

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 few players not directly competing against each other. Long-term competitive advantage in defined market segment: hypercompetition.  several players
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

Chapter 10

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Study question 1: what is organizing as a management function: organizing and organization structure, organizing.  the process of arranging people and
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RYERSONGMS 200Sui SuiWinter

Chapter 13

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 a future that one hopes to create or achieve in order to improve upon the present state of affairs: visionary leadership. Two sources of managerial p
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