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    have. Currently the top competitors in the pizza industry are international. In order for Papa John’s to continue to compete with them, they need to ensure that their international sales are doing well. If they do not then this can hurt the overall profit of the company. This will cut back on overall revenue and affect the coverall success of the company. This is critical to their success because eventually they will run out of areas to build new sore in the United States. Therefore, they need…

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    Liquidity Ratio The current ratio is a liquidity ratio, which analyzes WestJet 's working capital, and measures their capability to settle its short- term obligations. This ratio also assists investors and creditors in understanding the liquidity of the airline and how easily they can pay off its current liabilities. According to WestJet 's annual reports ,"We maintain a strong liquidity position and sufficient financial resources to meet our obligations as they fall due."(WestJet, 2015). With…

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    theory a company is conditioned to increase the wealth of their shareholders to maximise the society 's welfare. In reality, the costs of restoration as a result of unsustainable practices are passed on to the stakeholders without contributing the profits between shareholders and other stakeholders accordingly. Smith (2003) says "Shareholder theory is prepared…

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    short-term assets. If the ratio is low under 1 that may indicate that the company is not in good financial health. If the ratio is high then the company is in good shape to pay its obligations. The higher the ratio the better. CanGo recorded a Net Profit Margin of .8…

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    This indicates a higher risk than the previous year, such a small increase in operation profit leads to greater amount of returns to shareholders; the interest cover ratio measures the quantity of available operating profit to cover interest payable showing a decrease from 8.2% to 7.4% involving greater risk for lenders where interest payments might not be met caused by increased borrowings but mainly declines…

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    Athlete Warehouse Case Study The evaluation of this case study has identified that the two brothers are the stakeholders. They planned to start selling athletic equipment again after the closure of their initial store. The reason to put a new store may be that they have acquired ideas from their initial trial. The study of their case has revealed many Strengths- Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats having the acronym (SWOT) as existed in every organization. The Strengths (a) They have already…

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    This painting reflects the economic and social changes of the late medieval period in Europe by displaying the social side by people interacting with each other. Also the people seem to be enjoying themselves and having a good time conversing with the other people in the room without the hassle of arguing over little things. It shows the economic changes by displaying that business can be discussed with no arguing and also how business can be handled efficiently with as minimal problems as…

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    disloyalty to the company. In Ronald Duska’s article Whistleblowing II, he takes opposition to this stance. Throughout his article he makes three main points: employees have no obligation to remain loyal to a company, the primary function of business is profit, and the analogy between business and team is erroneous. It’s important to consider the types of groups where loyalty is appropriate. Bok says, “since (the whistleblower)…

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    lesser-known Bernard Mandeville. Each of these men sought to guide the will of their fellow citizens in terms of his or her use of their profits. Though both of the…

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    Introduction Ben & Jerry’s growth within the US has plateaued. Even though sales are in a good place, net profits are declining steadily and market share is decreasing. With much of the distribution channels in the United States exhausted, it is clear that any new growth must come from international sources. Efforts to expand into other countries have failed in the past, but we are optimistic about stimulating growth by entering the Japanese market. There are three available options to enter…

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