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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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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.
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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
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_____ managers assume that employees dislike work, that motivation is best accomplished by threats and coercion, and that people prefer to be directed rather than use their own initiative? 1. Theory A 2. Theory Z 3. Theory Y 4. Theory X
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User: _____ refers to the physical components used to collect, store, organize, and process data and to distribute information. Answer a.Intranet .b. Hardware .c.Extranet .d. Software
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