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  • Importance Of Quality Control In Restaurant

    My restaurant is in a competitive market, in order for my restaurant to attract customers and create a strong customer base and also to gain a large share of the market is to have a good quality control. Quality control I a process through which a business check and make sure that all the product and service quality is maintained and manufacturing errors are reduced. The main objective of quality control is to ensure that the business is achieving the standards it set for itself. The advantage…

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  • 2008 Financial Crisis Summary

    The year 2008 was hallmarked by a main financial-crisis particularly in United States. The recession witnessed therefrom was the highest since the 2nd world war. This had consequential effect since this financial crisis in U.S spread to other countries which led to detrimental impact to other countries economic system. A detailed analysis showcase that the financial crisis actually commenced in the year 2006, particularly, when the subprime-market for mortgage in United States commenced to…

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  • The Global Financial Crisis

    To ‘short’ in finance means a prediction that the investments will go down in future. Alternatively, it is an expert guess and analysis of the possible future decline in the line of investments. In this story, we can see the people of high profile with strong financial base predicting the fall of credit facilities and housing bubble before someone else could do so. They were able to use cognitive skills to determine the situation. However the prediction looked more of a game, but it turned out…

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  • Why Venture Capitals Are Important

    Venture capital is where investors finance a small business or a start-up business. Venture capitals will only invest in companies that they think may succeed. Venture capitals face very high risks but if they finance a company, they generally make decisions about the company. Venture capitals may be individual investors or banks. Many companies choose venture capitals because they have a greater chance of getting financed through them than they would through private funding. Venture capitals…

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  • Kar Canes Pvt Ltd Case Study

    CHAPTER-4 ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION CREDIT MANAGEMENT AT KAR MOBILES PVT LTD: Very few companies have attempted a systematic articulation and formalization of their credit policy and KAR MOBILES PVT LTD is one among them. TERMS OF PAYMENT: Terms of payment at KAR MOBILES PVT LTD are open account. Credit sales at the company can be As per the purchase order the amount is taken at the time of delivery. • The company excise duty is 12%. • Letter of credit is also followed. • Mode of…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Modern Portfolio Theory

    Fundamental principle of investment is the relationship between the risk and return tradeoff, where if there is high risk it will compensate with high return as well as the low risk with lower return. The risk can be classified into two types which are systematic (uncontrollable) risk and unsystematic (controllable) risk. The examples of systematic risk are the interest rate risk, inflation risk, foreign exchange risk, country risk, political risk and market risk. Meanwhile, the example of…

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  • Swot Analysis Of Martgage

    The indicated capitalization rate for this investment based on the information provided is 8.20% indicating the value of this property to be $7,317,073 or $7,320,000 rounded. I base this conclusion on the following calculations: • The mortgage constant is .085972 calculated using the following HP-12C keystrokes: F Clx 1 PV 6 g i 20 g n PMT 12 x • The percent paid off on the mortgage after 5 years is 15.1004% calculated using the following HP-12C keystrokes: F Clx 6 g i 20 g n 1 PV PMT 5 g n FV…

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  • Social Bond Theory: Hirschi's Social Bond Theory

    Question #2 Hirschi’s social bond theory is a member of the social control paradigm and begins with the assumption that human beings are inherently drawn to deviant behaviour (King, 2016c, para 2). “Deviance is not socially created; it is inevitable unless mechanisms are socially created to prevent it” (King, 2016c, para 2). There are four types of social bonds that draw individuals away from criminality or deviance: Attachment, commitment, involvement and belief. Attachment refers to having…

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  • Strategy 4: Conservative-The Final Week Of Finance

    Firstly, the strategy used was a conservative approach, meaning that the stocks that were to be invested in are less risky and profitable. The second reason this week was interesting since the market had been active for three weeks now and a conservative stock purchase could also be because you are more comfortable buying a stock that you’ve had time to watch and research for the past three weeks. There are two ways to look at being conservative - first is clearly finding and researching a stock…

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  • Sangle Case Study

    FINANCIAL PLAN 1. Assumptions of the Plan a. Market Size For the Sanglé’s worst-case scenario, the penetration rate would be at 1% each year. Sanglé’s total market size for 2015 is 6, 570, 168 and the target market share for that is 27%. For 2016, the market size is 6, 687, 117 and the target market share for that is 26.6%. For 2017, the market size is 6, 846, 107 and the target market share for that is 25.4%. For the Sanglé’s most-likely scenario, the penetration rate would only be at 2.5%…

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