FIN504.R.GitmanCh01.02, - A Ms Harper has unlimited...

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A. Ms. Harper has unlimited liability. B. Ms. Harper has unlimited liability. C. Ms. Harper has limited liability.
P1-3 DATA Item Cash inflow Cash outflow Clothes $ (1,000) Interest received $ 450 Dining out $ (500) Groceries $ (800) Salary $ 4,500 Auto payment $ (355) Utilities $ (280) Mortgage $ (1,200) Gas $ (222) A. Total cash inflow: $ 4,950 Total cash outflow: $ (4,357) B. Net cash flow: $ 593 C. D. If Jane is facing a shortage, she could save from some of her unnecessary items, such as clothing, or groceries. If Jane has a surplus, she should look at these cash flows to those of other months. If she needs something, Jane will want to save the $593 in a money for market security.
We need to narrow down the meaning of "ethical constraints". Because it might refer to legal issues as well as social substandards. In order to result in cash flow and stock price, immigration, prioritization of shareholder wealth, low quality material used for lower cost and unskilled employees for job flow organization might affect more than the others.
Questions I would ask to my broker to assess the risk of the investment opportunity:

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