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Ellen started a catering business, but soon decided that catering was too stressful for her. She could close her business relatively easily and return to school because the business was a
A. producer cooperative. B. general partnership. C. sole proprietorship. D. closely held corporation.
The answer is C. sole proprietorship.
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User: Ellen started a catering business, but soon decided that catering was too stressful for her. She could close her business relatively easily and return to school because the business was a A. producer cooperative. B. general partnership. C. sole proprietorship. D. closely held corporation.

Weegy: The answer is C. sole proprietorship.
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User: You are looking for a job with many fringe benefits. You therefore probably want to work for a

User: You are looking for a job with many fringe benefits. You therefore probably want to work for a a. sole proprietorship. c. general partnership. b. corporation. d. nonprofit organization.

User: The family-owned Italian restaurant in your neighborhood is probably an example of a

User: The family-owned Italian restaurant in your neighborhood is probably an example of a a. multinational corporation. c. consumer cooperative. b. franchise. d. general partnership.

Weegy: The family-owned Italian restaurant in your neighborhood is probably an example of a consumer cooperative.
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