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Asked in Stock Market
What was the original intent of the stock market?
To allow people to invest their own money in a company that showed promise of strong growth. If that growth happened, you shared in the profits. Part of the profits went into expanding the company, which created more profits - including for you, and so on. If you had invested $1,000 in Microsoft in 1983, you would be a millionaire today. ...
Asked in Job Interviews
What are the strengths and weaknesses of a partnership?
There are many strengths and weaknesses of a partnership. A strength is that a partnership is easy to form. A weakness is that the profits must be shared between all of the partners. ...
Asked in Monopoly (game), Economics
What is shared monopoly?
Shared or Joint monopoly refers to anticompetitive behaviour by firms, normally an oligopoly, in order to secure monopoly profits for the firms as a group. Essentially, shared monopoly requires some form of collusion but stops short of being a formal cartel. It is therefore similar to tacit collusion. In a shared monopoly firms may not compete for the same customers and have instead local monopolies. ...
Asked in William Shakespeare
Why did William Shakespeare join Lord Chamberlain's group?
By helping to found the Lord Chamberlain's Men, Shakespeare became a shareholder (co-owner). He shared in the profits of the company. ...
Asked in Slavery
When the enslaved people were freed the plantation system did what?
It collapsed and sharecropping began. The Negroes were allowed to use the Superior white mans land, as long as they shared part of the profits with him. ...
Which form of business organization is taxed twice?
a C corporation the corporation is a separate entity who's profits are taxed then what's left of those profits are distributed/shared by the individual share holders who will be taxed on their individual share of the profits. Where as in a S corporation, subchapter corporation, the corporation entity I believe doesn't get taxed only the individual share holders do. Most small businesses are S corporations. ...
If SmartShop's profits have been growing at 5 percent per year This year their profits were approximately 500000 What were their profits last year?
SmartShop's profits have been growing at 5% per year. This year their profits were approximately $500,000. What were their profits last year? ...
Meaning of ploughing back of profits?
To plough back profits is to reinvest the profits into future business activities. To plough back profits is the alternative to distributing profits. Distributing profits is done by paying shareholders dividends. A company may decide to pay a proportion of profits as dividend and to reinvest (plough back) the remainder. ...
Asked in Economics, Business and Industry, Nike Inc
Do the profits go primarily to a small group of company executives and shareholders or does Nike share its wealth with its employees?
Nike shares none of its wealth with their employees. Everything is shared among company executives. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
A small company had profits of 550000 last year This year their profits were only 484000 dollars What was the percent decrease in their profits?
The company's profits decreased by 12%
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Mathematical Finance
What were the profits of SmartShop if their profits have been growing at 5 percent per year and this year their profits were approximately 500000?
The answer depends on the period for which the old profits are required.
Asked in Verbs
Write a complete conjugation of all forms and tenses of the verb share?
share shares shared sharing have shared has shared had shared had been sharing will share going to share is shared was shared is being shared was being shared has been shared have been shared had been shared could have been shared ...