DMBA 610 Knowledge Integration Assignment Spring 2012 1 (a) Under the law, how much profit is Boyd entitled to? Why? (200 words or fewer) Although the partners did not file an agreement with the state, they had agreement that expenses and profits will be shared 50:50 and since no changes were made to that initial agreement it still stands. Each partner is entitled to 50% of the profits, “Their agreement can be express or implied,” (Bagley & Savage 2010). Based on the agreement Boyd is entitled to 50% of the profits 1 (b) At the time Raylan and Boyd are winding down the business, Sassy Sauces demands payment for the BBQ sauce.
It higher the sugar which increases fat but it makes no sense buying 2 or 3 little bottles that can equal the same amount as the big cans. According to “The New York Post,” people are losing weight, like 45 year old Rachelle Conley who lost 91 pounds from her 279 total pounds in 3 years. In other words, some people like drinking soda. Some
In recent months, there has been an increase in demand for the specialty part to be produced. This increase in workload has allowed Szewczak’s usual 40-hour workweek to increase, to include overtime. The extra time is needed to finish the amount of lathed parts demanded by the customer orders. This increase in hours per week has made Szewczak become dissatisfied with his position and give cause for the operations manager, Carol Snodgrass, to rethink her production strategies. In the following pages, I will examine the operational processes, the inventory system, the efficiency of the facility and ways it can be realigned.
And how her weight has increase from 100 to 125 since her last visit. Decision Support-Dr. Brenner gave Ms. Murphy a prescription for Metformin 500mg and told her to take one tab by mouth 2 times daily. By Dr. Brenner not using EHR, he didn’t notice that the high dose of Metformin was interacting with her novo log 70/30insulin. Dr. Brenner did not have the prescription according to know that the medications would inter act with one another. Alerts-Dr. Brenner was alerted when he prescribe Ms. Murphy Tylenol 3 with cocaine.
Not only will the massive amounts oil produced from this area have an effect, it is estimated to create anywhere from 250,000-735,000 jobs. Just for a reference as to how much this will boost the economy, since 1977 the North Slope oil development has pumped 500 billion dollars back into the economy. This is now slowly running out of resources considering it reached its peak production in 1980; however to continue boosting the economy more exploration needs to be done. (source 2) Action needs to be taken immediately because from the date of approval to exploration it takes anywhere from 7-12 years until the first barrel of oil is recovered. (Source 1/3) The 16 billion barrels of oil that lie untapped there would be more than enough to replace the oil Americans would purchase from Iraq for over 58 years.
One effect of hydraulic fracturing on economics is that it creates a huge increase in profit for natural gas sellers and drillers by opening up the opportunity to tap so much more natural gas than was available before. “North America has approximately 4.2 quadrillion (4,244 trillion) cubic feet of recoverable natural gas that would supply 175 years’ worth of natural gas at current consumption rates.” (Earthworks, N. Loris) Another way it affects the economy is that 10,000 jobs could be created by each drilling site that is opened. (N. Loris) However, a negative effect it has is that it costs about 2 billion dollars for each plant and extra for maintenance and disposal. One last affect hydrofracking has on the economy is it lowers natural gas prices by up to 15 dollars a gallon.
Now, it may not be a problem if we eat this occasionally, but the average person in the country consumes more than 20 teaspoons a day of high fructose corn syrup and the average teenager has 34 teaspoons a day. Over time, these heavy metals can accumulate in the body, causing health problems. Additionally, when we look at the chemical components of high fructose corn syrup on a spectrograph, we can see that it contains many weird chemicals that we know nothing about. That's why I say better safe than sorry. Look out for the red flag The main reason you should give up high fructose corn syrup is that it's a big red flag for very poor quality food.
Health Care Reform Project Part I HCS 440 Bruce Peterson December 24, 2012 Summary The rapid population growth in the United States along with the continuously rising health costs makes managing the health care industry difficult. Because of technologic advancements both in healthcare services and medicine, people are able to live longer lives. However, as the aging population grows, more will need healthcare and more services will need to be provided. In the 1950s, not that many people lived longer than their 70s (Getzen & Allen, 2007). Furthermore, in the 1950s there were larger families so elderly care was more commonly given by family members.
A survey at Tufts University finds found that 50 percent of students are lots of fat and over 7o percent ate a significant amount of saturated fats. Researchers found back in the 80’s that eating poorly links with Alzheimer’s. A study by Ann-Charlotte Granholm, a director of the Center
Introduction of generics in 1981 by Liggett (1) Generics have increased in market share a. due to recession most significant increase was 1991-1992 c. RJR, Morris’s major competitor, began making house brand generics (1) Sold for up to a dollar cheaper than name brands a. Cheaper tobacco used b. Less advertising fees (2) RJR largest market share in generics (3) Cut prices due to competition from American Tobacco and Brown & Williamson 2. Possible Solutions: Solution A: Maintain the current pricing and utilize coupons to reduce the cost by forty (40) cents per pack. (1) Coupons could be placed inside of the cigarette package redeemable for the next pack purchased.