Glass-Steagall Dodd-Frank The Dodd-Frank Act limits the types of assets commercial banks can buy; the amount of capital they must maintain; and the use of derivative instruments such as options, futures, and structured investment products. Congress passed the Dodd-Frank Act in 2010 to strengthen the oversight of financial institutions. Celler-Kefauver Question 34 2 / 2 pts ________ accounting involves analyzing financial documents in search of fraudulent entries or financial misconduct. Tax Operational
Forensic Forensic accounting involves analyzing financial documents in search of fraudulent entries or financial misconduct. Functioning as much like detectives as accountants, forensic accountants have been used since the 1930s. In the wake of the accounting scandals of the early 2000s, many auditing firms are rapidly adding or expanding forensic or fraud-detection services. Management Financial Question 35 2 / 2 pts Kevin works for the Internal Revenue Service. His main responsibility is rooting out evidence of cooked books at major companies. Kevin is a ________ accountant. private criminal noncertified certified public forensic
Kevin is a forensic accountant. Many forensic accountants root out evidence of "cooked books" for federal agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the Internal Revenue Service. Question 36 2 / 2 pts Jordan has been an accountant for many years. Since the accounting scandals in 2000, his firm added fraud-detection services, and Jordan decided to focus on these services. Which of the following organizations could certify Jordan, so he can focus on detecting fraud? the Federal Bureau of Investigation the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners could certify Jordan, an accounting professional, as a certified fraud examiner. the Association of Fighting Fraud the Federal Reserve Board the Internal Revenue Service Question 37 2 / 2 pts Which of the following scenarios makes a reference to e-business? Joshua purchases fruit and vegetables from a farmer's market.
Laila buys her favorite brand of cereal from a nearby supermarket. Alexis purchases a tablet PC through an online retail store. When Alexis purchases a tablet PC through an online retail store, it is an example of e- business. E-business means carrying out the goals of business through the use of the Internet. Digital media are electronic media that function using digital codes—when we refer to digital media, we mean media available via computers and other digital devices, including mobile and wireless ones like smartphones. Malik buys a laptop from an electronics store located a few blocks away from his home. Keisha purchases tickets for a football match from the stadium. Question 38 2 / 2 pts In the context of digital communication, ________ is the ability of a marketer to identify customers before they make a purchase. connectivity control addressability In the context of digital communication, addressability is the ability of the marketer to identify customers before they make a purchase. Some of the characteristics that distinguish digital
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