Week 1 Introduction:
Welcome to Week 1 of BUSI 2300. Today I wanted to point out the structure and framework of
this online class to help you navigate your way through it easily. Before you begin Week 1
assignments, please take a few moments to watch the
Sales & Distribution (SD)
Hands-On Project 3 Open a new Word file to store your screenshots and typed answers.
Project 2 presented all of the steps for processing an order in SAP. Now youll process four
more orders. Youll probably want to use the project
Submit: A word document with answers (fill in the tables with data) and relevant
screenshots to the questions asked in pages 2-3 of the assignment.
Global Electronics is a multinational manufacturer and distributor of portable electronic devices,
Week 6 Writing Assignment B: Developing Your Personal Code of Ethics
A personal code of ethics puts into writing those ideas, values, and philosophies that are the
essence of your life. This exercise allows you to reflect on your own core values and
Probability is a form of gambling in which choices are determined by the desired
outcome. In this exercise, there are two mutually exclusive choices to be made: either tossing a
dime or a nickel. The choices are influenced by the desire to get heads becau
Describe in general the issue that is being debated
The issue of minimum wage has been around for some time in the economic debate
circles. The general argument is that the minimum wage should be raised to curb poverty.
Has the average wage k
FINANCIAL MARKETS AND INSTITUTIONS
I. Introduction the purpose of the chapter is to distinguish between various financial markets
and the financial institutions that work in those markets.
II. Capital Allocation Process
Week 6 Writing Assignment A
Reviewing the Results of you Ethics Lens Inventory (ELI)
In the EthicsGame, as decision maker, you were asked to look at the facts from various ethical
perspectives, one from each ethical lens. Review the results of your person
Study tips and highlights for Chapter 3
This chapter contains some practice problems for you to work. There are also some
important terms and concepts to learn.
Section 3-1 has some general information about financial statements and annual reports.
Week 5 Writing Assignment
Total Points: 25
Global Electronics is a multinational manufacturer and distributor of portable electronic
devices, such as cell phones, tablet computers, and game consoles. Global recently
introduced its newest product
Chapter 1 Taking risks and making profits within the
Dynamic Business Environment.
1) Entrepreneurship and wealth building.
a) A business is any activity that seeks to provide goods and services to others while operating at a
profit. To earn that profit y
1. The four primary sources of law are Constitutional Law which are Set
fourth the fundamental rights of the people living within the US or a
given state, describing and empowering the various branches of
government and prescribing limita
Exam 3-Part A: (E3A-UCC)
CHAPTERS 11 & 12
UNIT 3 includes a great deal of information. Therefore, Chapters 11, & 12 are on this Exam 3-Part A
and will NOT be on Exam 3-Part B (E3B). E3B will cover Chapter 14-Negotiable instruments & Ch
SAN JACINTO COLLEGE
BUSI 2301-BUSINESS LAW I
STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 3-PART B
CHAPTER 14 & CHAPTER 17
FOR EACH CHAPTER:
Review Key Terms (in bold print and in the margins.)
Read the cases and EXAMPLES that are scattered throughout the chapter to illustrate a
Ch 3 Homework
Recession cyclical economic contraction that lasts for six months or longer
supply and demand
Sentence Example: The last recession in the U.S began in December 2007;
millions of jobs were lost from 2008 to 2010.
Ch. 4 Homework
Global Interdependence - mutual dependence at an international level.
Countries depend on each other for certain commodities.
Sentence Example: The import and export of numerous goods and services
help a great amou
Review Questions Ch. 1
A country depends on its growth, as well as how the company generates. It generates from large enterprises
such as the Walt Disney Company to small online star
Statute of Frauds. Fresher Foods, Inc., orally agreed to purchase one thousand bushels
of corn for $1.25 per bushel from Dale Vernon, a farmer. Fresher Foods paid $125 down
and agreed to pay the
Product Liability. Jason Clark, an experienced hunter, bought a paintball gun. Clark
practiced with the gun and knew how to screw in the carbon dioxide cartridge, pump the
gun, and use its safet
Chapter 1 Critical Thinking and Writing Assignments
Business Law Writing. Johns company is involved in a lawsuit with a customer, Beth. John
argues that for fifty years higher courts in that state have
Online Acceptance. Anne is a reporter for Daily Business Journal, a print publication
consulted by investors and other businesspersons. She often uses the Internet to perform
research for the ar
Unfair Labor Practices. Consolidated Stores is undergoing a unionization campaign.
Prior to the union election, management states that the union is unnecessary to protect
workers. Management als
Unilateral Contract. Rocky Mountain Races, Inc., sponsors the Pioneer Trail
Ultramarathon with an advertised first prize of $10,000. The rules require the
competitors to run 100 miles from the fl
Patent Infringement. John and Andrew Doney invented a hard-bearing device for balancing
rotors. Although they obtained a patent for their invention from the U.S. Patent and
Standing to Sue. Jack and Maggie Turton bought a house in Jefferson County, Idaho, located
directly across the street from a gravel pit. A few years later, the county converted the pit t
The Parol Evidence Rule. Evangel Temple Assembly of God leased a facility from
Wood Care Centers, Inc., to house evacuees who had lost their homes in a hurricane. The
lease stated that Evangel c