1. When merchants are involved in commercial
transactions that involve the sale of goods, they
are held to certain standards. When casual
(nonmerchant) buyers or sellers are involved,
They are treated exactly like merchants.
1.The performance of a party in a sales contract
might be excused on the ground of commercial
impracticability only if
a. the contingency was foreseeable.
b. a war breaks out.
c. the contingency results in increased costs
to the seller.
d. the contingency
Earnings Per Share
Book Value per Share
Cost of Captial
estimated growth rate
According to Duggan, Recruiting and development employees have always
been a critical human resource function. Especially in unpredictable economic
times, human resource leaders are concerned with stewardship of resources by
having the right people in the