ACOBA, NATHALIE CLAIRE T.2BSA-1STRABA-18JULY 19,2020Self‐Study Questions1.Since long‐run profitability requires that a firm is sensitive to the interests of its customers, employees, suppliers, and society‐at‐large, whether a firm is run in the interests of its shareholders or its stakeholders makes no real difference. Do you agree? Are there situations where shareholder and stakeholder interests diverge? -No, because they have dissimilar interface based on their relationshipwith the company or organization. This could lead to strife amid transactions for mergers and acquisitions, as shareholders regularly back the move since of the higher profit they will get. 2.Table 2.1compares companies according to different profitability measures.1.Which two of the six performance measures do you think are themost useful indicators of how well a company is being managed?-ROEit indicatethevaluethefirmscreatewithwhatitpossesses differentindustrieshavedifferentreturn.