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What corporation aired the first commercial on television?

  The first television advertisement was broadcast in the United States at 14:29 on July 1, 1941, when the Bulova Watch Company paid $9 to New York City NBC affiliate WNBT (MORE)

What is the earnings of a corporate commercial lawyer?

  The earnings of a corporate lawyer range from their posotion in the job.   * Experienced lawyers can make anywhere from $60,000 to $225,000 a year.   * General (MORE)

What is the goal of corporation?

Corporations are stand alone perpetual legal entities whose 'western' legal objective is profit maximization. Additional suggestions would be also to look after the welfare (MORE)

Explain why accounting standards are needed to help the market mechanism work effectively for the benefit of preparers and users of corporate reports?

This has to do with the accounting standards where it recognises revenue and expenses. As a result, the users of the corporate reports are eventually able to identify the curr (MORE)

What are corporate bonds?

Corporate bonds are investments made to corporations that function much like certificates of deposit, except that they are not government-insured in any way (like with FDIC). (MORE)

Commercial paper may show up on corporate balance sheets as either a current asset or a current liability?

commercial paper is like a bond it will show up on the balance sheet as a asset if there is no lien on it. It will also show as a liability if there is a lien on it.
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What is the standard commercial interior wall width?

That would depend on the material used. If it's block, 8 inches , if it's a stud and two layers of 5/8 dryawall than it would be 4-3/4 inch. There is no set standard for the w (MORE)

Can a corporation own a s corporation?

A corporation cannot own shares of a Scorp   QuickBooks Forum   Payroll Processing up to 50% off ADP and Paychex   Tax Lien Help   Leslie and Associates, Inc. Ho (MORE)

What is a s corporation?

An S corporation is one that passes corporate income, losses,  deductions, and credits to it's shareholders. The shareholders then  list these ups and downs on their persona (MORE)