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    You Decide Regina Washington Week 6 You Decide Business Economics GM545 August 14, 2011 The situation with the United States debt need to be addressed and in order to assist the U.S. economy into getting out of the most severe recession that is giving the impression that will continue for at least another year, we need to develop an approach that cannot be accomplished with one single policy, the support will involve both monetary and fiscal policies. As the senior economic advisor with

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    Running Head: GENDER AND IDENTITY You Decide SOC350: Cultural Diversity in the Professions You Decide One of the duties of being a human resource manager at Fortune 500 Company is being in charge of hiring a new sales consultant for the fiber optics division that will be capable of selling the latest fiber optics to leading wireless manufacturers of five key companies. The potential candidate must be articulate, sophisticated, and knowledgeable about fiber optics, flexible to

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    ev | Douglas MolinaMGMT 599 | Memo To: Executive Committee Willy’s Candy company From: Douglas Molina CC: Date: [ 11/30/12 ] Re: You Decide Assignment week#5 Summary of the Case (Understanding) Willy’s Candy Company has experienced flat sales and earnings, specifically for their 2 major products, Willy’s Yummy Chews and Willy’s Sour Straws. Although they are able to maintain sales of these products through the combination of aggressive pricing and trade incentives earnings are still

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    Acct 553 You Decide John Smith tax issues: a. How is the $300,000 treated for purposes of federal tax income? The $300,000 is taxable income; the reason is that the IRS always collects taxes when we receive a lump sum payment as compensation for negligence, injury or other wrongdoing. Litigants are allowed to bring up a taxation lawsuit in the case of lump sum payments. John, you will have to that the amount is paid to the government on time so that no fines or penalties are charged

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    You Decide: Future of Willy’s Candy Company Dear Executive Committee: We’re gathered today to discuss the future of Willy’s Candy Company, which has experienced flat sales and earnings for the last few years. Background: The company’s two major products, Willy’s Yummy Chews and Willy’s Sour Straws, has helped the company maintain sales through a combination of aggressive pricing and trade incentives. Over the years,

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    Role of Internal Auditors in the Anti-Corruption Battle John FlahertyThe Challengeh Bribery, and other illicit payments are contrary to the public good. They thwart the competitive process and circumvent laws, regulations, and procedures put in place for the public good. They divert funds from owners, shareholders, and are usually paid as fees, commissions, or are paid without record. The cost to the public totals millions of dollars annually. The US Government is aware of almost 100 cases in

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    above should be classified on December 31, 2011, as a current liability, a long-term liability, or under some other classification. Consider each one independently from all others; that is, do not assume that all of them relate to one particular business. If the classification of some of the items is doubtful, explain why in each case. years before E14-2 Classification The following items are found in the financial statements. (a) Discount on bonds payable Contra account to bonds payable

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    Date: - RE: - Heart Transplant It has come to my attention that there are three qualifying candidates who are in need of available heart transplant. In this short duration of time, I have to decide which candidate is the most suitable for the heart transplant. The main purpose of this memorandum is to inform you about the decision that has been made for heart transplant patient. I want to address the process of this decision, and how I have incorporated professional and ethical views in decision making

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    Week 3 You Decide 1. You are the judge in the case. Does Susie have a case against Ruthless? Is Ruthless the proximate cause of Susie’s injuries? I certainly do think that Susie has a case against Ruthless because of the simple fact that Susie told Ruthless that she wanted to wait for Orson or she could walk home since she only lived six blocks from the park, but Ruthless paid no attention to Susie, he did not acknowledge what she said and gave her no choice but ordered everyone to get into

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    Business Law - You Decide Case Resolved Question: Coleman works for Software Inc., a Delaware based corporation that sells security equipment to business and bars. Coleman’s duties include traveling to prospective clients and meeting with representatives of the businesses in his sales division. Coleman is on the road more than half the year. He often does not come home for more than a few days at a time. Over the course of his 17 years of employment with Software Inc., Coleman has had several

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    WEB BUSINESS REPORT Prepared for: Book Bunker By: Ideas and Strategies for Improving Online Business and Increasing Advertisement via the Web November, 2013 Ema E-marketing and E-commerce Consultancy Executive Summary (Situational Analysis) What constitutes business success? Is it your skills in terms of product innovation, your ability to deliver in terms of products and services demanded by your customers? Yes, these are what constitute business success. However, what happens

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    for making purchasing decisions. “Within the business world, the decision-making process—unlike that of the consumer—is marked by the inclusion of many people” (Weekly Lecture, 2009, p.3). This paper analyzes the summary created by the marketing directors of Graves Enterprises which covers the consumer purchasing behavior and business purchasing behavior as it relates to their perspective markets. You Decide Consumer Behavior Knowing what you do about consumer behavior and purchase patterns

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    Buyer Behavior Instructions: In this scenario-based activity, you will need to review the scenario presented to you, your role in the process, and then read the viewpoints of the key employees that have been assigned to help you with this activity. Be sure to view the grading rubric at the bottom prior to proceeding to the activity. Your completed paper will be submitted to the Drop Box. Scenario Scenario Summary You are the new Vice President of Marketing for Graves Enterprises, makers

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    project: You Decide ES. (If you click here, you will return to the face-sheet of the project area. To return, click the Begin button again. You can do this all week.) To do well on this project, study the readings for this week, and consider the work we did in Week 5. You may want to do some outside research for this project as well, reviewing recent case law on discrimination and harassment, and including that in your answers to the project. Do NOT discuss this project with your classmates. You should

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    February 14, 2014 ECON 545- You Decide As the senior economist to the President of the United States, I believe it’s my goal to get more people back to work and slow down the inflation rate. It is clear that both business and the individual don’t have enough money or don’t feel confident enough to spend (consumer confidence) so the overall aggregate demand (AD) is falling. The first recommendation focuses on getting people back to work. To do this, companies

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    You Decide Estrella Fernandez ececa_1@hotmail.com PROJ-598-16361 Professor: David Garrett Introduction I am currently the project manager for ZAP Pharmaceutical Company. Currently, I am managing a large IT project in the healthcare industry for ZAP. My project objectives are to refurbish an existing office building, install the IT infrastructure, and outfit the area for use as a new telephone answering hub for the company. All contracts associated with this project are fixed price contracts

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    YOU DECIDE As a CEO of Middlefield Hospital, I have learned recently that the financial performance of the Hospital has been deteriorating past six months. As I investigated the situation, I found out that there are many problems which are affecting the budget of the hospital. First I need to assess the problems and find out what are the revenue generating things and what are the expenses. The first dimension of financial health is that revenues and expenses be in balance. The fact that our

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    Hofatma Hospital July 19, 2014 YOU DECIDE Memorandum for Record: The purpose of this memorandum is to inform you that the recipient of the heart transplant has been chosen. I will describe to you the process of this decision and evaluation and how the decision was made. Although the time in which to make such a drastic and life changing decision was brief, the decision was made with moral, professional and ethical choices. There

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    You Decide FI561 – Mergers & Acquisitions – Week 3 Scenario Summary This is based on Merck’s Acquisition of Medco: Case 5.1, pp. 124-125. Your Role/Assignment You are the Chairman and CEO of Merck. Make a recommendation to the Board of Directors of Merck & Co. regarding this acquisition based on the recommendations of the three associates and your own analysis. You are the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Merck & Company, and you will make the final “yes” or “no” recommendation to the

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    You Decide: New Sales Manager John M. Curton SOCS 350 Cultural Diversity in the Professions DeVry University May 19, 2014 In the attempt to select a new sales manager for the fiber optic cable, a manager has to look at various aspects before they can select an appropriate candidate. Managers need to know the specifics and qualifications of the job that they are hiring for. Once these areas are defined then it is time to post the job. Job postings are going to bring in a variety of possible

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    LAWS 310 - WEEK 7 ASSIGNMENT: YOU DECIDE Widget Tech Inc. Code of Ethics Professor: Sheila Hostetler LAWS 310 Devry University Review of Widget Tech Inc. Code of Ethics Table of Contents LAWS 310 - WEEK 7: YOU DECIDE Summary…………………………………………………………………..………..3 Introduction……………………….…………………………………….………..…3 How to Create a Code of Ethics………………………………………….....…....…4 Components of a Code of Ethics…………………………………… .……………4 Conclusion…………………………………………………..…………………….....6 Sources…………………………………………………

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    student Week 2 - you decide Business 427 professor September 22, 2009 Q1:  Do you think REESE Inc., adhered to a set of Business Ethics?  If so, what were they?  If not, what would you recommend as a set of business ethics for them? I think REESE Inc. did what it was set up to do. Appear as a separate entity in order to secure contracts. These types of things happen all the time. The Planet Hollywood restaurants were all set up under different corps. When one went bankrupted, the others

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    Regina Washington Week 6 You Decide Business Economics GM545 August 14, 2011 The situation with the United States debt need to be addressed and in order to assist the U.S. economy into getting out of the most severe recession that is giving the impression that will continue for at least another year, we need to develop an approach that cannot be accomplished with one single policy, the support will involve both monetary and fiscal policies. As the senior economic advisor with many years of

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    Business Entities: Memo to Gloria Smithson LAWS 310 Professor TO: Gloria Smithson, Business Owner FROM: DATE: May 24, 2015 SUBJECT: Business Entities In today’s world, putting up one’s own business is better than becoming an employee considering that people can come up with various business ventures and ideas. However, not everyone who puts up their own business succeed primarily because of failure in identifying the correct business structure for their endeavor. To get the most out

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    Smith, you will have to take all of the necessary steps to make sure that the amount is paid to the government on time so that no fines or penalties are charged due to late payment. If you fail to make the payment of taxes to the IRS for any lump sum payment, such as this one, the law says that you would not only have to pay the taxes back to the IRS, but you would also have to assume the late payment penalty to the government. After all the information given, I would suggest that if you have been

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    on a retainer basis. Since she was denied benefits, Karen has contacted the IRS to ask them to determine her status. Your Role/Assignment: Your role is to decide if Karen is an independent contractor or an employee and discuss some of the preventative and ethical situations that are occurring in this case. Questions: 1. Do you feel that Karen is an independent contractor or an employee? What is your rationale for this decision? I think that Karen should be considered an employee of

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    acted within business ethical and moral guidelines. As an employee of Price Waterhouse, Inc. and under retainer of the United States, Secretary of Commerce’s office to evaluate the manufacturing applicants for the Malcolm Baldrige awards, This evaluation is submitted, which clearly highlights whether or not Reese, Inc. maintained ethics in the workplace, modeled and sustained ethical behavior, upheld their social responsibility and ensured ethical and fiscal accountability in business. Various sources

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    services, including fees the earning must be classified as gross income (Cornell University Law School, 2011). The $25,000 is compensation from the expenses paid at the beginning of the trial and can be treated as an adjusted gross income and can be deducted from income. My decision regarding reducing the taxable amount of income would to either make business purchases in order to create expense upon his law office or set up retirement plans in order to adjust gross income. Under certain retirement

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    apply expansionary fiscal policy by increasing government spending to exceed tax revenue, a decrease in taxes, and/or an increase in transfer payments (Social Security, unemployment compensation, or welfare) can be used to correct the problems of a business-cycle contraction. If the goal of expansionary fiscal policy is met the recessionary gap will close, the economy will be stimulated, and there will be a decrease in the unemployment rate.

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    You Decide: 1. Outright purchase of Smithon stock: a. Should Mr. Jones purchase the stock of Smith outright, leaving Smithon intact? What about issuing debt in his Johnson Services company to pay for the Smith Company – would that raise debt to equity issues? NO, Mr. Jones should not buy the stock. A stock purchased would result in Mr. Jones acquiring the assets, liabilities and also would inherit the contractual obligations of the selling corporation. I would not advice Mr. Jones to buy the

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    GM 545 Business Economics You Decide Being that the U.S. has fallen into a recession and the severity of the recession there are some changes that need to be made. The Fed’s expansionary monetary policy assisted with the economy recovery from the 1990-1991 recession. Only because of the increase of GDP that began in 1992 and continued through the rest of the decade I think there should be a different approach to improving things. This way seemed to have taken quite some time to get things

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    You Decide Business Economics GM545 Spring 2012 Semester, Session A Mr. President, I would like to take this time to provide a few recommendations to help our economy. As you know we are in a severe and deep recession. Many analysts say it could last for at least another year. It is urgent that the government makes both monetary and fiscal policy adjustments. We must put a stop to our growing

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    Smith, It was a pleasure meeting with you on last week. This memo contains a list of the concerns that you mentioned during our meeting and the recommendation I have for each of your concerns. Please call me once you have reviewed the memo so we can go over any questions you may have and work on getting things in order. John's questions: a. How is the $300,000 treated for purposes of Federal tax income? • The $300,000 is included in your gross income. You earned the $300,000 by providing legal

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    with very few exceptions. This has also been held up by the supreme court in numerous cases including the land mark Eisner v. Macomber, 1 USTC p32,252 U.S. 189, 40 S.CT 189 (1920). This $300,000 fee you appear to have collected must be included on your income tax as gross income. As an attorney you have to claim this money on your personal income tax form 1040 by attaching a schedule C sole proprietorship profit or loss form. b. How is the $25,000 treated for purposes of Federal tax income?

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    leads to increase jobs, profits for corporations and real GDP. Increasing taxes in the short run would hurt the spending power of people, but increasing taxes in the long run could be a way to help tackle the deficit. Raymond Burke suggested that you as the president should lower interest rates to help businesses. However, the Fed is the only one that can lower interest rates. Expansionary monetary policy that lowers interest rates would allow businesses to have more money that can be invested back

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