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Business and Management

Using the attached article and with no more than 250 words answer the below: Do

Using the attached article and with no more than 250 words answer the below: Do you see any conceptual limitations to either Transaction Cost Economics or the Institutional Theory explanations for entry mode choices?

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Communication

Please see attached brief. The class textbook is ” Close Encounters: Communicat

Please see attached brief. The class textbook is
” Close Encounters: Communication in Relationships. 6th ed.

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Business Studies

You Be The Judge #6: TYPES OF WARRANTIES INTRODUCTION: Read the overview below a

You Be The Judge #6: TYPES OF WARRANTIES
INTRODUCTION:
Read the overview below and complete the activities that follow.
The following “You be the Judge” video involves a scenario where the judge must determine whether there are any express or implied warranties for products sold by the defendant. The defendant sold guitars to the plaintiff’s company, and the plaintiff argues that the guitars did not meet the specifications they agreed upon.
CONCEPT REVIEW:
At common law, the only implied warranty is the warranty of assignability. When a party “assigns” a contract to another party, the assignor is impliedly guaranteeing that the rights being assigned are valid. However, the Uniform Commercial Code adds to this concept. The warranties discussed in this chapter include both express and implied warranties. Express warranties are explicitly stated, whereas implied warranties are automatically, as a matter of law, injected into the contract.
Plaintiff:
https://www.viddler.com/embed/41add99f/?f=1&autoplay=0&player=full&disablebranding=0
Defendant:
https://www.viddler.com/embed/a370b441/?f=1&autoplay=0&player=full&disablebranding=0
Arguments:
https://www.viddler.com/embed/aebc1ee5/?f=1&autoplay=0&player=full&disablebranding=0
Plaintiff Reaction:
https://www.viddler.com/embed/fce46ff/?f=1&autoplay=0&player=full&disablebranding=0
Defendant Reaction:
https://www.viddler.com/embed/361d55fa/?f=1&autoplay=0&player=full&disablebranding=0
What is the judge’s ruling? In your answer, discuss any and all express and implied warranties.. As part of your answer, please define express warranty, implied warranty, disclaimer, and any relevant implied warranties. With reference to Exhibit 1-1, which Purpose of the Law is fulfilled by the Implied Warranties of Quality that arise under the UCC? Why?

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English

Please read carefully the file I provided. DO NOT plagiarize, and DO NOT use any

Please read carefully the file I provided. DO NOT plagiarize, and DO NOT use any outside source. This paper is worth all my grade, so please do your best! I already had a problem with you guys, and I don’t want it to repeat. Please pick one topic provided in the file and two books provided in the file. If you have any questions, please let me know asap. Lastly, finish the essay until the bottom of page 6.

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Accounting

CASE STUDIES – please follow the Rubric Guidelines There are two parts to each c

CASE STUDIES – please follow the Rubric Guidelines
There are two parts to each case study. First, PART 1 IS attached as “Case study 1”, “case study 2”, “case study 3. ” Second, write a report following the guidelines described in each case study assignment.
I purposefully do not provide an example because I want to see creativity and professionalism in these written reports. Each assignment has a specific audience and the report should be written to that audience in a way they will understand. When we grade, we read it from that perspective.
Written report:
Explanation: 30%
Professionalism: 30%
Spelling and Grammar: 20%
1 page per case study

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Finance, Accounting and Banking

Competencies In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following

Competencies
In this project, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following competencies:
Describe how managerial accounting supports management information systems
Utilize managerial accounting techniques and models to support an organization’s strategic plan
Explain how managerial accounting is used to make decisions about short-term business opportunities, capital investments, and evaluating operational performance
Scenario
Your business has been open for a month, and you have prepared an income statement and completed a variance analysis on the data. Now you will meet with investors and a few other internal stakeholders to share your company’s progress over the past month and how it has performed with respect to your cost and budget projections. The investors would like to see the thought process behind your financial strategy and how your company has performed in its first month. They have therefore asked you to present a report that includes the costing and income data from your Project Workbook.
Directions
Submit a detailed report to your potential investors and other stakeholders to explain and defend your costing strategies and to share your business’s performance to date. Your report can be in the form of a PowerPoint presentation or a Word document (based on the templates provided in the What to Submit section). In either format, be sure to effectively communicate with your stakeholders by breaking down concepts and using investor-friendly language to build their trust and confidence. If you choose to do a PowerPoint presentation, you’ll need to include speaker notes for each slide.
Introduction: Provide a short overview of your company and the purpose of this report.
Business Overview: Name your company and describe its business and your vision for its future.
Purpose of the Report: Explain the purpose of the report and describe why the information is important.
Methods and Approach: Explain the management accounting methods you used for generating the information that you are about to share in terms of your adherence to industry standards and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) code of ethics.
Financial Strategy: Review your original business plan and costing strategies.
Costing System: Justify the use of job order costing for this business. Be sure to compare and contrast the various costing systems you learned about in this course as part of your defense.
Selling Prices: Share and explain the selling prices you established for each of your products. Be sure to reference your cost-volume-profit analysis in your defense.
Contribution Margin: Share and explain your contribution margin per unit. Be sure to reference your cost-volume-profit analysis in your defense.
Target Profits: Identify your break-even points for achieving different target profits. Then explain the target profits you selected for each area of your business. Be sure to reference your cost-volume-profit analysis in your defense.
Financial Statements: Using the information in the Milestone Two Market Research Data Appendix, assess your financial performance to date.
Statement of Cost of Goods Sold: Share the statement of cost of goods sold and logically interpret the business’s performance against the provided benchmarks.
Income Statement: Share the income statement and logically interpret the business’s performance against the provided benchmarks.
Variances: Illustrate all variances for the direct labor time and the materials price.
Significance of Variances: Evaluate the significance of the variances in terms of the potential to impact future budgeting decisions and planning.
Use the template I leave you but condense it to fit the slide requirement. You don’t have to do every slide in template on its own. Condense them to fit. Other files will be left to help and use as reference.

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Finance, Accounting and Banking

Please answer the following questions: In this chapter, we have discussed the Gr

Please answer the following questions:
In this chapter, we have discussed the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, which gives credit unions, savings and loans, banks, insurance agencies, mortgage companies, and other financial institutions the right to sell customer information to marketing companies, affiliates, and others. Some individuals believe that doing this is ethical since customers have the right to opt out of having their information sold and because by law these organizations have the right to make additional income through selling customers’ information. On the other hand, some individuals believe that these organizations do not educate customers and unfairly keep them ignorant to the use their information.
a. Is the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Ethical? Why or why not?
b. Do organizations have a responsibility to educate customers about the Gramm-Leach-Blility Act? Why or why not?
c. Just because something is lega, is it ethical? Why or why not?

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Other

12 pt fonts and double space. Pick only 4 of the following questions to answer

12 pt fonts and double space.
Pick only 4 of the following questions to answer at 250 words per question in your OWN WORDS. There are no resources or APA format required. Do not plagiarize. Turnitin will red flag it down.
Type the question so we know which one you are trying to answer.

1. What is the difference between a hearing aid, and a cochlear implant? Explain what purpose each of them serves.

2. How would you approach a Hard of Hearing / Deaf person if you have never met them before and/or you do not know any sign language? Describe your strategy.

3. What does ADA stand for and briefly explain this specific law and how it pertains to Hard of Hearing and Deaf people?

4. What is the difference between mainstream and residential schools? Do you feel that Hard of Hearing and deaf children would benefit in either types of schools? Explain briefly.

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Macro & Micro economics

Give an example (other than fishing) of the Tragedy of the Commons. Is there any

Give an example (other than fishing) of the Tragedy of the Commons. Is there any way we can control the overuse of these resources? Why or why not?

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Music

Want you to look at your course pack and canvas as well and really kind of ident

Want you to look at your course pack and canvas as well and really kind of identify what we’re looking at in these five elements the first one would be audience trends and it really kind of goes to the idea of what audiences want to see in a given time and if it’s also called the hook so you’re saying hey audiences went to flock to go see Hamilton and if we do some contemporary musical thing it’ll that same audience may come and see that as well So what kinds of trends are available that you can see as a consumer’s person as a student you don’t need a PhD to figure that out you can see people are interested in a good one would be would you I don’t know if we were to like emphasize answer what do you think about social media do you think that’s a trend and if you did some sort of musical or play that dealt with social media and its influence on people would that be something that people might want to see or that at least it’s on them on and probably the answer would be yes then success is defined excuse me success as defined for imitation wood producers normally do they got round this show was a hit this shows a hit so let’s do more shows like that and I’m thinking of any too proud which was about the temptations the Motown musical which was about a group about the Motown the artists then they have other musical the Carole King show and one of those three shows have in common they’re all shows about musical artists of the 60s and so they all were big hits ain’t too proud with probably the most recent one but I can even be more if you want me to Billy Joel had a musical and so on and so forth and so successful imitation or television shows that have been made or better yet movies that have been made into Broadway shows those are all through imitation they get the same idea and why would they want to imitate something they want to say alright we’re doing it differently we’re going to put it on the stage and we’re going to do it this way and they’re going to hook into that same audience probably if wicked gets made into a movie they’re going to want to hook into the same audience as well when they pitched Avenue Q back in 2004 it was looked upon as Sesame Street for adults and people critics generals normally would want to see it but of course they did and that became an audience which then became the same kind of thing Book of Mormon was a very similar kind of audience than with mine is going well Book of Mormon is very similar the audience was too cute same writers C making a promise So what does that mean you say I am making a promise if you see this show I’m going to show you American history and rap music and I’m going to tell it the way you’ve never seen it Hamilton if you see this show I’m going to show you a gorilla climb the Empire State Building on stage King Kong invite you want to go see this show and you want to learn about Gloria Estefan and listen to Latin music is on your feet instantly worry estefan would be added to that success is defined for imitation D the creation of agreement the creation I can’t even speak anymore the creation of agreement between artist and audience the idea that hey I’m going to do this thing for you and you’ve come to pay me for not paying directly but you bought tickets and now we both agree that we’re doing this and here it is I’m giving it to you and otherwise how many times I don’t know you personally have new either bought something or went to something a restaurant and play and movie and you said oh wow they kinda promised me that this was going to be this this and this and it really wasn’t my little thought bubble right now is I don’t know if any of you have seen it there was actually a it and then there isn’t there another it was it called it two or also it or I don’t know after that those two movies so I asked my students what did you think of it they said old trailer from is one thing and will be sought in the movies it was a little silly and ridiculous now I I didn’t see either at or the second it whatever it is you email me and let me know what the name wants it too I don’t know because I didn’t like the trailer you know I thought clowns you know nightmare so I I didn’t do it but anyway creation of agreement and the last one in the future you cannot get this wrong where do you think the audience fits in where you are going to be stuck at home if you want to see a Broadway show you’re going to be able to buy the ticket and watch it on your TV because we can’t go to a theater anymore I used to talk about that and now it’s like real what’s going to be the 21st century where we fit in how are they going to reach audiences what what’s going to happen and that’s your based on your reading and it’s really kind of your projection of what you think it might be and I know some of you are performers and in my camera classes this last semester with covid all we did was focused on auditioning on camera you know where you do it at home and you know certain people had iPhones other people when you know had other things they had to use what they had but that’s the new normal if you’re a commercial actor an actor you have to self tape yourself and submit it in and then they may use you and I’ve been talking to people in the film side of this they’re developing scripts for the shows that you may want on television with just a smaller group of people and and they’re going to make sure they’re all healthy and then filmed everything within that context and then send them home so the audience and the performer where they fit in is going to be kind of an interesting thing to look at for the future OK do you have any questions let me know
Directions:
Write five paragraphs (A-E) in your own words (no copy and paste from outside sources) using each of the headings below and a detailed paragraph beneath it (Minimum of 100 words for each subheading A-E) describing your thoughts about the total integration of all media, including theatre, into one as discussed in your course pack. Separate each element A-E.
Please answer all prompts in your own thoughts and words and outlined format or lose credit. Don’t forget to state the question and put your answer below it.
Specifically identify what your course pack says about the following:
A. Audience Trends – The Hook
B. Success as defined through imitation
C. Making a promise to the audience
D, The Creation of Agreement between the artist and the audience
E. The 21st Century, where does the audience fit in?