The higher the ratio the more assurance exists that the retirement of current liabilities can be made. The current ratio measures the margin of safety available to cover any possible shrinkage in the value of current assets. Normally a ratio of 2 to 1 (2.0) or better is considered good. Short-term creditors prefer a high current ratio since it reduces their risk. Shareholders may prefer a lower current ratio so that more of the firm's assets are working to grow the business.
SWOT Analysis CanGo is made up of multiple internal and external factors that are both favorable and unfavorable to the company’s future plans and success. A SWOT analysis helps to breaks these areas down to fully understand their impacts on the organization. CanGo does have unfavorable factors including internal weaknesses, and external threats. Weaknesses that have been identified include an unorganized management team. Low customer satisfaction is another internal weakness that is crucial to the success of CanGo.
The weaknesses that Kudler may face would be the financial burden of going public. Sometimes expenses pile up just from seeking help from outsiders to protect the investments. The economy has fluctuated over the years; therefore the company needs to ensure they have contingency plans in place when business may not be as stable. There are ample opportunities that can come about from selecting an IPO. A company's debt-to-equity ratio will usually improve after going public, which tends to result in more favorable financing arrangements (2014, Going Public, para 1).
A merger would best be used in this situation since it will help lower his taxable income and he can improve his operations and competitiveness. If he feels that the investment in new manufacturing equipment will help increase profits and can take on the extra liability, then he should buy Smithon. His debt –to-equity ratio will rise and may cause him to have a hard time getting money to finance his company. But with a two year loss he is keeping his taxable income down and may be able to show investors that things are going to turn around when all operations are working together and
Outsourcing the component would lower the company’s expenses but the amount is dependent on the order quantity and inventory costs. As well, if the bracket were outsourced this would possibly free up space around the unused stations at the burn table where the component is currently being manufactured. The other alternative is to keep the bracket production in-house. This option is not as economical as outsourcing but the risk of running out of the item or overstocking the item would be much
6 Social Responsibility within Company Q Social Responsibility within Company Q Daniel R. Beckerman Western Governors University WGU Student #000322976 For any given business, the greatest potential for revenue growth can be found through a mix of focusing on providing for the shareholders, as well as thinking of the stakeholders as a whole. This means focusing past short term profits and creating a plan that demonstrates a measure of social responsibility. Business reputation goes a long way towards creating how large a company’s customer base is going to be, and giving the appearance of not caring about the community can lead to a loss of customers and a loss of additional revenue in the long run.
If other things change, then one cannot directly apply supply/demand analysis. Sometimes supply and demand are interconnected, making it impossible to hold other things constant (Colander, The Limitation of Supply/Demand Analysis, 2010). “In supply/demand analysis, you would look at the effect that fall would have on workers’ decisions to supply labor, and on business’s decision to hire workers. However, there are also other effects (Colander, The Limitation of Supply/Demand Analysis, 2010). “For instance, the fall in the wage lowers people’s income and thereby reduces demand.
A higher sales revenue will occur for etisalat which means the income the company receives from business activities, usually happen from sale of goods and services to customers. Etisalat will also have more opportunities to invest in upcoming projects. If the opposite occurs and etisalat has low availability and higher costs it would mean, people spend less on their goods/services which would mean there’s a low
Quality refers to how well designed and made a product is and the expectations that people have of a business will influence the way that the products are designed and created for customers. Apple is known as a top technology manufacturing company due to majority of people having mobile phones being iPhones. Apple customers have high standards for quality expectations for new products. Because of the advances in technology, Apple needs to upgrade and adjust current models of their products to satisfy the needs of customers’ expectations. Every year or so Apple will bring out new models of their iPhone, iPods and laptops that live up to the hype of the customers’ expectations.
Why would directors be more efficient than shareholders at improving managerial performance and changing their incentives? Directors would be more effective at altering the performance of managers specifically because they have a position to more directly control the managers’ incentives. Shareholders can only periodically vote on large issues, which do not directly affect the individually efficient behavior for managers. Directors, on the other hand, can adopt policies that tie the managers’ compensation to their performance, or threaten them with loss of their jobs if they perform below a certain