Which of the following is a way the SEC protects investors? (Select the best answer.) (Points : 1) Answer: Requiring companies to disclose financial information 11. Which of the following is an example of an investment commodity? (Select the best answer.)
Kudler Fine Foods Manager – update on job description Job description: To manage and run individual store and ensure profitability for unit. Job duties: Manage store employees, purchasing, inventory control, customer service, submit weekly sales and profitability reports, and run the individual store as a business. Qualifications: Excellent customer service, 5 years experience in a retail environment with proven success, bachelor’s degree in business or associated field. Kudler Fine Foods Catering Manager Job description: To grow catering program and seek out new business opportunities and manage catering assistant. Job duties: Organize a successful catering program and attract new customers and clients.
A test of the statistical significance of the independent variable and the regression equation will also be done to indicate whether to open the pizza shop or not. Also, a forecast for the demand of the pizza will be done for the next four periods using the regression equation (McGuigan, Moyer, & Harris, 2011). Finally, based on the forecasted demand, a decision will be provided with rationale and support whether to open a pizza business locally or not. Part 1 Estimated Regression | The Pizza Company | Market | Demand (Q) | Price (P) | Competitor Price (Px) | Advertising (Ad) | Income (I) | 1 | 596,611 |
Assignment 1: Making Decisions Based on Demand and Forecasting ECO 550 – Managerial Economics and Globalization Thursdays (6:00-10:00PM) November 24, 2013 The Pizza Company is considering entering the marketplace in your community. Using this output, we can derive estimated regression line for demand for pizza as; determine that Price (P) = $175, Competitor Price (CP) = $250, Advertisement (A) = $325, Income (I) = $95 Q= 128,832.2 – 19,876 * (P) + 15,467.94 * (CP) + 0.260701 * (A) + 8.780403 * (I) Q= 128,832.2 – 19,876 * 175 + 15,467.64 * 250 + 0.260701 * 325 + 8.780403 * 95 Q= 108,956.2 * 15,642.64 * 250.26 * 333.78 * 95 Q= 518,361.1 Coefficient of determination (or R- square) = 0.977914223. This means 97.79% of the variation
Buy a Protection Plan or Not University of Phoenix QNT/561 September 23, 2009 Buy A Protection Plan or Not The decision to buy a protection plan or not creates a decision to make with probabilities. The purchase of widget’s and insurance policy helped to gather statistical data in a business context. Through analyzing the prices in the insurance fees and compensation this seems to create a business advantage and limitations reliant on the economy and resource availability. The economic influences potentially project estimated cost of future commitments and investments included in the business obligations, which tends to affect liquidity, capital, and resources. This paper will provide a business analysis using Bayes’ theorem, Business
Pizza USA: Translating Customer Requirements Into Process Design Requirements Emporee Jon Webster University Operations and Projects, BUSN 6110, Spring-1 2013 Instructor: Ashley L. Hall March 08, 2013 Abstract This case, Pizza USA, is about bridging the gap between the customers’ perception and management’s perspective in order to implement a successful pizza delivery service. A central theme of contemporary operations management is to identify and focus on what the customer wants (Jacobs & Chase, 2011, pp. 235-237). Pizza restaurants, and the fast food industry in general, are facing the same nature of challenges in a highly competitive and low growth economic environment. A viable delivery service offers the opportunity to do something really unique and create a differential advantage.
sBSB, Inc., The Pizza Wars Come to Campus Rence Kershaw is a manager of food service at a medium- sized private university in the southeast. She had decided to expand pizza making operations in that time when she was owing to the success. Now faculty would permit food survive off ration from 3 private organizations. Dunkin Donuts, Taco Bell, Pizza Hutt. BSB Ink.
What is the yield (or repo rate) to Stanford Corporation? Repo rate: (Sold Price-Purchase Price/Purchase Price)*(360/time held) Repo rate= ((5000000-4900000)/4900000)*(360/40) Repo rate= 18.367% or 18.37 % Chapter 7: 2. Sinking-Fund Provision Explain the use of a sinking-fund provision. How can it reduce the investor’s risk? A sinking-fund provision is created by a firm issuing bonds; this fund requires the issuing firm to maintain a predetermined amount of the issued bonds.
Assignment #1 | CITM 601 | | | | Jessica Padron | 1/21/2013 | | BSB, Inc., The Pizza Wars Come to Campus 1. Does BSB, Inc., enjoy any competitive advantages or core competencies? BSB does enjoy of certain core competencies that help the company overcome the environmental changes. Workforce: BSBs workforce is a core competency because they were flexible when Renee Kershaw made the decision to expand the menu at the grill to include pizzas. The existing workforce was trained to make pizzas and work the new equipment.