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Ch1 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Finance, generally, deals with: I) Money; II) Markets; III) People A. I only B. I and II only C. I and III only D. I, II and III 2. This book is mainly about: 3. The following are examples of the United States-based corporations except: I) Boeing; II) Microsoft; III) Bank of America; IV) Sony 4. The following are examples of foreign-based corporations except: I) British Petroleum; II) General Electric; III) Sony; IV) Volkswagen 5. Shareholders of a corporation may be, among others: I) Individuals; II) Pension Funds; III) Insurance Companies A. I only B. I and II only C. II only D. I, II and III 6. Generally, a corporation is owned by the: I) Managers; II) Board of Directors; III) Shareholders
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7. Corporations, potentially, have infinite life because: 8. Limited liability is an important feature of: 9. As a legal entity a corporation can perform the following functions except: I) borrow money; II) lend money; III) sue and be sued; IV) vote A. I and II only B. I, II, and III only C. IV only D. I, II, III and IV 10. The following are examples of intangible assets except: 11. The following are examples of tangible assets except: 12. A firm's investment decision is also called the: 13. The following are examples of financial assets except: A. Common stock B. Bank loan C. Preferred stock D. Buildings
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14. The treasurer usually oversees the following functions of a corporation except: I) Preparation of financial statements; II) Investor relationships; III) Cash management; IV) raising new capital 15. The treasurer is usually responsible the following functions of a corporation: I) Tax obligations; II) Investor relationships; III) Cash management; IV) raising new capital
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