4.b) No.It’s possible the CEO is exaggerating. For example, first-quarter losses may not actually be due to one-time purchases. However, this seems like a pretty straightforward statement of facts, in which case there is no slanting by distortion. See pp. 38–40. 5.a) It does.This is a response to opposing views, so they are considered. It may be that the CEO should consider more opposing views and consider them in detail, but some consideration is present. See pp. 40–41.
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