Since I was going off to school and leaving Aguascalientes in less than a week, she finally gave up and said I could purchase one of these cars. I spent the next two mind numbing days trying to decide which vehicle to own. I couldn’t make up my mind. Both of these cars can perform on the road. The 1500 plus pound Nissan comes equipped with a 200 horse power four cylinder engine and the 1000 plus pound Chevy comes packaged with a 160 horse power four cylinder engine.
2a. What is the shortest loan (36 months, 48 months, 60 months or 72 months) that has a monthly payment within your $500 budget that will allow you to buy the $30,000 car? Answer: Through Bank of America, I found a rate of 2.99% for the 36, 48 and 60 month loans. We are able to put down 20% and will need to finance $24,000. The shortest loan period for the $30,000 car that would be under our $500 limit is the 60 month loan at a rate of $431.13 per month.
31 Sold 2,500 shares of Merck at $71.25 per share less a brokerage commission of $2,356. Aug. 22 Sold 2,450 shares of Ford Motor Company, at $23.50 per share less $1,437 commission. Sep. 3 Purchased 3,400 shares of Nokia stock at $41.25 per share plus a $3,000 brokerage fee. Oct. 9 Sold 900 shares of Wal-Mart at $51.25 per share less a $1,025 commission. Required: 1.
Steinberg’s argument was that the school rejected his application, because of nonacademic considerations. These considerations include relationships between him and the Board of Trustees, faculty, and if Steinberg’s family donated money or not, to the school. Steinberg also stated that when CMS accepted his $15 application fee and decided to base his admission on nonacademic values, this was a breach of contract. III. Trial Court - Granted the defendants motion to dismiss the case Appeals Court – Dismissal reversed and remanded IV.
On March 3, 1995 Dr. Vernon Robertshaw leased a Fluoroscan imaging machine from Fluoroscan Imaging Systems Inc. of Northbrook, Illinois. Dr. Vernon Robertshaw paid a deposit of $1,579.52 U.S and was to pay monthly rental of $686.75 U.S for 60 months. The said machine was unique and it was designed to produce continuous images. Unfortunately machine did not work and plaintiff returned it to defendant for repair three times during the first year. Defendant was unable to correct the defects of that machine and he assigned the lease to Trans Leasing International that company bought out by General Electrical Capital Corporation.
The Appeals Court of Massachusetts affirmed the conviction and the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts denied review. The U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari. Commonwealth v. Melendez-Diaz, 69 Mass. App. Ct. 1114 (2007) Issue: Are affidavits and certificates used for state evidence in a criminal case from state forensic analysts testimonial to require confrontation via live testimony under the Sixth Amendment and Crawford v. Washington, 541 U.S. 36 (2004)?
Robin’s Wood, Inc identified Anthony Monforte as its employee who did the actual painting of the steps. The property owners also alluded to the fact that they would contact Montforte and provide diligent attempts to have him appear in court. Court hearings were reset twice due to failure of producing Monforte or a representative in court. This occurred even after The Supreme Court ordered they provide someone within 30 days. On August 18, 2004, the plaintiff moved to strike the defendant's answer based upon the defendant's failure to produce a representative.
Currently, the price to rent one of these units is $5,000 per year, and 15 units are rented. Costs of capital and labor are the only significant explicit expenses. The labor and capital inputs can be varied daily. Bond used a $100,000 inheritance to start the business and is quite pleased that he has received several offers in the past month to sell the firm for $300,000. The firm’s accountant has prepared an income statement for 1998 that shows a profit of $15,000 after paying Bond a salary of $25,000 for the year.
When he is at a red light, Freddie Floridian, a Florida resident, is unable to stop in time and his vehicle impacts Harry’s car from the rear. No one is hurt and Harry’s vehicle suffers approximately $10,000 in damages. Which is correct? C. Harry can sue Freddie in state court but not federal court in Florida but not in Indiana. 11) Monica owed Bob $500 for a business investment, which was more than a year overdue.
Knudsen did not agree with Iacocca and Ford regarding competing so fiercely with the small foreign car market and was eventually forced to resign. Ford promoted Iacocca to president who immediately ordered the manufacture of the Pinto with a two year deadline (Trevino & Nelson, 2007). When the Pinto debuted in 1971 Ford was aware of the faulty fuel tank design, but according to the proposed guidelines set by the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 301, the Pinto met the required standards. It was not until 1977 that the Standard 301 was approved and all Pintos were provided with rupture-proof gas tanks. Iacocca set