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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Lecture Notes - Victor Vroom, Clinical Psychology, Belongingness

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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

Alternate Types of Investment - Common Stock all the notes pertaining to common stocks. includes sample calculations, diagrams, and examples

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Common stockholders are the true owners of any organization. They bear the greatest levels of risk but also enjoy the greatest potential rewards with r
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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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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 CutcheonFall

Management Management and all its components. includes very comprehensive diagrams and figures. very extensive and detailed processes of management and similar activities

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Management is the process of working with and through individuals, groups ,and resources, to achieve organizational goals. The process of management: c
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

Alternate Types of Investment - Mutual Funds all the notes pertaining to Mutual Funds. includes sample calculations, diagrams, and examples

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An investment vehicle that pools money from many different investors and reinvests the money in a portfolio of securities (for example: bonds, stocks,
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

Legal Forms of Business Introduction to the types of business, everything from sole proprietorship to public corporation. includes examples and diagrams/charts

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16 Oct 2011
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Most of the advantages and disadvantages of these come from a legalistic perspective. Private corporation tax rates: small business rate applied on the
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

Alternate Types of Investment - Bonds Everything on bonds, including calculations and examples

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A bond is a promise by the issuer or borrower to repay the investor a set dollar amount (principal) , at a set date (maturity), and to pay the investor
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tax Bracket, Tax Rate, Surtax

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16 Oct 2011
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Personal tax law: pertains to taxation of individuals, pertains to the taxation of unincorporated businesses (sole proprietorships, partnerships) Corpo
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

BU111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Preferred Stock

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Hybrid financing: has some features very similar to a bond and some features that make it similar to common stock. Purely discretionary (if they had a
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

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

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16 Oct 2011
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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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WLUEC120Olivia Ozlem MestaWinter

EC120 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Convenience Store, Demand Curve, Opportunity Cost

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WLUEC120Olivia Ozlem MestaWinter

EC120 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Laffer Curve, Deadweight Loss, Economic Surplus

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Consumer surplus (cs): amount buyer is willing to pay amount they actually pay: total cs equals the area under the demand curve above the price, from 0
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WLUBU111Jim Mc CutcheonFall

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

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16 Oct 2011
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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 CutcheonWinter

BU111 Lecture Notes - Making Money, Value Proposition

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