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The financial goal of a for-profit business is: (Points : 1) profit maximization. owner wealth maximization. cash flow maximization. utility maximization.
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User: The financial goal of a for-profit business is: (Points : 1) profit maximization. owner wealth maximization. cash flow maximization. utility maximization.

Weegy: profit maximization. owner wealth maximization
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The financial goal of a for-profit business is: profit maximization.
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lambert, please clearly state which answer are you picking. You also need to answer in a complete sentence that restates the question as part of your answer and provide a source to verify its accuracy.
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A key component of a product’s value is: 1) the accounting profits the product produces. 2. the depreciation tax shield the product produces. 3. the cash flows the product produces. 4. the market share the product commands
Weegy: A key component of a product’s value is the cash flows the product produces. User: In publicly traded corporations the goal of the financial manger would be: a. profit maximization. b. manager wealth maximization. c. stock price maximization. d. shareholder wealth maximization. Weegy: In publicly traded corporations the goal of the financial manger would be: manager wealth maximization. (More)
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A key component of a product’s value is: 1) the accounting profits the product produces. the depreciation tax shield the product produces. the cash flows the product produces. the market share the product commands
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8. Market price works best as an estimate of value when: (Points : 1) 1. a dominant seller sets prices. 2. prices are listed in daily newspaper, and so are readily available. 3. lots of buyers and sellers act quickly on new information. 4. at least two people are competing
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Market price works best as an estimate of value when lots of buyers and sellers act quickly on new information.

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