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(loss with no possibility of a gain such as weather) Skimming a pricing strategy in which a marketer sets a relatively high price for a product or service at first, then lowers the price over time M1, M2, & M3 There's only 3 and not 4 and also that M1 is main source, M2 is for certain securities and small denomination time deposits, & M3 is for large time deposits over $100,000 Globalization the process of transformation of local or regional phenomena into global ones Federal Reserve. Monetary supply came up in a couple questions (know what M0, M1, M2, and M3 are). Keep  your business entities straight (sole proprietorships, partnerships, LLCs, S corporations, and C corporations),  and learn the taxation and liability implications of each. There were several questions about securities (stocks,  bonds, basic investment stuff). I had expected that studying for the HRM, Supervision, and Org Behavior exams would have plenty of spillover  into Intro to Business. The surprise was that some of the economic stuff from DSST Western Europe Since  1945 material appeared here! So know about planned economies, the difference between communism and  socialism, hybrid (mixed) economies, and the concept of privatization. A neutral party that renders a decision between two parties 2. Annual reports, Financial, Non financial 3. Autocratic 4. Balance sheet 5. Board of directors 6. Break Event Analysis 7. Capitalism, What is it, Who is the father 8. Collective Bargaining 9. Communism  10. Cost of insurance policy coverage 11. Delegation in reference to management
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INTRO TO BUSINESS 12. Differences between: Communism, Socialism, Hybrid (mixed) economies, Planned economies 13. Different Business entities: Sole proprietorships, Partnerships, Llcs, S corporations, C corporations 14. Different businesses: Corporation, Small business etc., Differences in their taxation, Liability implications of  each 15. Different types of insurance: Liability, Business 16. Different types of marketing strategies: Segmentation, Targeting, Demographic, Geographic, Benefit,  Psychographic 17. Different types of: Stocks, Bonds, Other securities, Dumping, Economics 18. European Union: What countries are involved 19. Federal Reserve: How many banks, What it is, What is the requirement 20. Federal Trade Commission Act 21. FIFO 22. Financial plan 23. Flexi place 24. Flextime definition and synonym 25. Franchises; What the benefits are, Who is the franchiser, Franchisee 26. Globalization 27. Goods produced to design specifications 28. Income statement 29. Indemnity 30. Input & output 31. Insurance policy that protects from loss of future profits in the event of a fire 32. International business 33. Job analysis  34. Job description 35. Job specification 36. Joint Venture
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