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RYERSONFIN 401Melissa ToffaninFall

FIN 401 Study Guide - Final Guide: Risk Management, Call Option, Net Present Value

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Basis risk when cross-hedging, the risk that the futures prices does not move directly with the cash price of the hedged asset. Number of rights needed
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RYERSONACC 414Julie Mc DonaldFall

ACC 414 Chapter 8 FULL SOLUTIONS

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20 Nov 2012
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Pe gaap vs ifrs 1, 4, 11, 13. Lower of cost and nrv error effect and analysis. Calculate fifo, moving average cost perpetual and periodic. Inventory an
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Herfindahl Index, Monopolistic Competition, Htc

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25 Apr 2012
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Metrics of competitive analysis: relative share measures, market share, brand mind share, brand voice share, research and development. Industry concent
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tim Hortons, Canadian Tire, Labatt Brewing Company

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25 Apr 2012
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Agenda: marketing research, consumer behaviour, cases/situations, metrics. What should we do: market research, better understanding of consumer wants,
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Swot Analysis

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25 Apr 2012
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Allows you to take advantage when the market is growing to lower the cost per unit. Product development- offering a new product to increase marketabili
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Study Guide - Cyrus Mccormick, Scotiabank, Air Canada

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25 Apr 2012
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Product- he made sure his product was quality to maintain his reputation, and he sent them in pieces so the farmers could comprehend how to use it, had
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Insider Trading, Categorical Imperative, Variable Cost

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25 Apr 2012
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Ethical but illegal: an employee allows children to steal because they know they are financially unstable. Pay under the table, where you do not have t
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Study Guide - Marketing Mix, Conspicuous Consumption, Demand Curve

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25 Apr 2012
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Study Guide - Psychological Pricing, Value-Based Pricing, Marketing Mix

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25 Apr 2012
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Study Guide - Blue Ocean Strategy, Harvard Business Publishing, Kraft Dinner

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25 Apr 2012
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Week 10 summary brand management and new product development. A brand is a singular idea or concept that you own inside the mind of a prospect. Ries an
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Psychographic, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Caffeine

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25 Apr 2012
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Week 8 segmentation, targeting, positioning part 2. Effective marketing requires: segmentation: identify and profile distinct groups of buyers who diff
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Study Guide - Marketing Mix, Psychographic, Brand Loyalty

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25 Apr 2012
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As consumers we don"t know what we want. We cater to different tastes, the needs and wants are different. Segmentation identifying meaningfully differe
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RYERSONMKT 100Caitlin Mc LaughlinWinter

MKT 100 Study Guide - Kraft Dinner, Conspicuous Consumption, Brand Management

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24 Apr 2012
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How do you create value to your product? brand quality features. What are the 6 different ways to price? skimming penetration product line competition
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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 5

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19 Apr 2012
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5. 17: cost of goods manufactured = ,000, prime costs = 183,400. Conversion costs = manufacturing overhead = 192,200: cost of goods sold = ,300, net in
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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 10

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19 Apr 2012
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10-2 cost management (2) direct labour budget (hours) March = 59,500 (3) direct materials budget (dollars) 10. 20: total flexible budget variance = $ 1
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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 3

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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 4

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19 Apr 2012
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4. 18: savings if decision is to make $ 6, savings if decision is to buy . 4. 20: q = 563 snowboard, / snowboard, incremental profit for 200 snowboard
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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 2

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19 Apr 2012
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2. 16: variable cost per car wash = 5. 25. Cost equation tc = 115,000 + 5. 25*number of car washes. Tc = ,000 + . 00*q, for q . Tc = ,000 + . 00*q, for
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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 8

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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 11

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11. 19: actual hours = 2,720, direct labour price variance (1,360) u, the fixed overhead budget variance = ,280 f. 11. 22: the variable overhead spendi
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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 13

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RYERSONACC 410A L L A C C410Winter

ACC410 Solution Chapter 1

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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2,3,5,6,7,11,13,16: Homeostasis, High High

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People and their talents what they know, what they learn, and what they do with it are the ultimate foundations of organizational performance. Intellec
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

GMS 200 Lecture Notes - High High

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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

GMS 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Homeostasis

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17 Apr 2012
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Classical management approaches (assumption: people are rational: scientific management (frederick taylor, administrative principles (henri fayol, bure
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter 6.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Planning the process of setting objectives and determining how to accomplish them. Objective specific results that one wishes to achieve. Plan a statem
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter 7 gms.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Competitive advantage the ability to do something so well that one outperforms competitors. Typical sources of competitive advantage include cost and q
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter 13.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Information that is useful must be timely, of high quality, complete, relevant and understandable. Information technology helps us acquire, store and p
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter 3.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Globalization the process of growing interdependence among elements of the global economy. Global management involves managing operations in more than
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter Sixteen.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Controlling - the process of measuring performance and taking action to ensure desired results. After action interview identifies lessons learned throu
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter Eight.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Organizing the process of arranging people and other resources to work together to accomplish a goal. Organization structure a system of tasks, reporti
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter Five.docx

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17 Apr 2012
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Entrepreneurship risk-taking behaviour that results in new opportunities. Entrepreneur one who is willing to pursue opportunities in situations others
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RYERSONGMS 200Jian GuanWinter

Chapter 1.docx

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People and their talents what they know, what they learn, and what they do with it are the ultimate foundations of organizational performance. Intellec
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