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The exact date when the issuing firm must repay the principal to a bondholder is known as the bond s _____ date. A.coupon B.maturity C.ex officio D.conversion
Weegy: The exact date when the issuing firm must repay the principal to a bondholder is known as the bond's maturity date. (More)
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Burger King, McDonald s, Wendy s, and Hardee s are examples of: Answer:::::: a. health issues. b. small business. c. limited liability companies. d. business franchising.
Weegy: The answer is C. limited liability companies. Burger King, McDonald s, Wendy s, and Hardee s are examples of limited liability companies. (More)
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Burger King, McDonald's, Wendy's, and Hardee's are examples of: business franchising.



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Which of the following is an actual competitive disadvantage for many small businesses? Answer- - a. high overhead costs. b. inability to compete effectively in global markets. c. lack of business knowledge and expertise by the owners. d. inability to take advantage of advances in technology.
Weegy: The actual competitive disadvantage for many small businesses is "C. lack of business knowledge and expertise by the owners." (More)
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_____ is/are the claims owners have against the firm's assets. 1. Loans payable 2. Owners' equity 3. Liabilities 4. Assets
Weegy: Owners' equity is the claims owners have against a firm's assets. (More)
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The _____ indicates whether a firm earned a profit or suffered a loss over the past accounting period. Answer A)balance sheet B)income statement C)statement of cash flows D)cash budget
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The income statement indicates whether a firm earned a profit or suffered a loss over the past accounting period.
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