Your finance text book sold 53,500 copies in its first year. The publishing company expects the sales to grow at a rate of 22.0 percent for the next…

percent for the next three years, and by 12.0 percent in the fourth year. Calculate the total number of copies that the publisher expects to sell in year 3 and 4.

How has Steve Jobs developed the organization’s strategic plan, and what methods you would recommend for the strategic plan that were not employed by…

How has Steve Jobs developed the organization’s strategic plan, and what methods you would recommend for the strategic plan that were not employed by the leader. 

Then, analyze evidence of the leader’s personal, political, and positional power, assessing how the leader used that power to structure the organization, thus creating its culture. Use the research on your chosen leader and the text to analyze best practices of how leaders structure the organization and build, plan, and staff effective executive teams for organizational success. 

Identify at least two examples of strategic planning methods used by the chosen leader to align teams with organizational vision and the appropriate tools and methods to develop the organization’s strategic plan. Analyze evidence of the leader’s use of personal, political, and positional power as tools to structure the organization for effecting change in organizational culture. Apply the leader’s use of business strategies as personal, political, and power tools to effect change in organizational culture.

Last year a small country collected total tax revenue of $1.3 billion and spent $1.5 billion. It currently owes investors owning its bonds and other…

Last year a small country collected total tax revenue of $1.3 billion and spent $1.5 billion. It currently owes investors owning its bonds and other debt obligations $5.0 billion. We would say the country’s deficit was:

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If there are 200 identical firms in this market, what level of output will be supplied to the market when price is $1.00?

If there are 200 identical firms in this market, what level of output will be supplied to the market when price is $1.00? When 100 identical firms participate in this market, at what price will 15,000 units be supplied to this market? A. $1.00 b. $1.50 c. $2.00 d. It cannot be determined from the information provided. If at a market price of $1.75, 52,500 units of output are supplied to this market, how many identical firms are participating in This market? A. 75 b. 100 c. 250 d. 300 When existing firms in a competitive market are profitable, an incentive exists for a. new firms to seek government subsidies that would allow them to enter the market. B. new firms to enter the market, even without government subsidies. C. existing firms to raise prices. D. existing firms to increase production.

Think about the system that handles student admissions at your university. The primary function of the system should be able to track a student from the request for information through the admissions

Think about the system that handles student admissions at your university. The primary function of the system should be able to track a student from the request for information through the admissions process until the student is either admitted to the school or rejected. 1. Write a use-case description that can describe an Admit Student use case. Assume that applicants who are children of alumni are handled differently from other applicants. Also, assume that a generic Update Student Information use case is available for your system to use. 2. Create a use-case diagram that includes all of the above use cases. Assume that an admissions form includes the contents of the form, SAT information, and references. Additional information is captured about children of alumni, such as their parent’s graduation year, contact information, and college major.3. Create a class diagram for the use cases identified with questions 1 and 2. Also, be sure to include the above information. Assume that a temporary student object is used by the system to hold information about people before they send in an admission form. After the form is sent in, these people are considered students.4. Create sequence diagrams for the scenarios of the above use cases.5. Create a communication diagram for the scenarios of the above use cases. 6. Create a behavioral state machine to depict a person as he or she moves through the admission process.7. Perform a CRUDE analysis to show the interactivity of the objects in the system.

In regards to this document the NWC at time zero should be 200. The Net Cash Flow should be -1795. What figures should be used to complete the NPV

In regards to this document the NWC at time zero should be 200. The Net Cash Flow should be -1795. What figures should be used to complete the NPV grid?

Chewing gum and soft drinks are sold in grocery stores, service stations, convenience stores, drugstores, discount stores, and motel vending machines. this is a example of a(n) _____ distribution stra

Chewing gum and soft drinks are sold in grocery stores, service stations, convenience stores, drugstores, discount stores, and motel vending machines. this is a example of a(n) _____ distribution strategy.

Additional information: The net cash provided by operating activities for 2017 was $206,700. The cash used for capital expenditures was $110,100. The…

Additional information: The net cash provided by operating activities for 2017 was $206,700. The cash used for capital expenditures was $110,100. The cash used for dividends was $32,590. The weighted-average number of shares outstanding during the year was 50,000

Balance sheet after an acquisition On December 31, Jose SA acquired Carlos SA by issuing 200,000 common shares with a par value of $10.

Balance sheet after an acquisition

On December 31, Jose SA acquired Carlos SA by issuing 200,000 common shares with a par value

of $10. The market value for these common shares was $10,000,000 at the date of acquisition. Below

is the balance sheet and fair value information for Jose SA and Carlos SA immediately before the

acquisition (in thousands)

Jose SA

(Book Value)

Jose SA

(Fair Value)

Carlos SA

(Book Value)

Carlos SA

(Fair Value)

Cash $2,000 $2,000 $1,000 $1,000

Other current assets 13,000 20,000 8,000 12,000

Plant assets 15,000 20,000 10,000 13,000

Current liabilities 5,000 4,000 2,000 4,000

Other liabilities 12,000 12,000 8,000 13,000

Common stock, $10 par 10,000 5,000

Retained earnings 3,000 4,000

REQUIRED : Prepare the balance sheet after the acquisition.

Using arbitrage arguments explain why the price of an American call option on a stock paying no dividends should be the same as the price of a…

Using arbitrage arguments explain why the price of an American call option on a stock paying no dividends should be the same as the price of a corresponding European call. Why when the stock pays dividends the above argument can not be used. Give a numerical example (choosing x, k, r, T −t, σ) in which it is obvious (without any formulas) that American put price on a nondividend paying stock is larger then the corresponding European put price.