I have found MOST of the help I need regarding filing a discrimination complaint against an employer. However, I need additional information. I need a discussion of other relevant aspects addressing discrimination complaints and disputes in the workplace.
Theodore, as a treasurer of Kelt Corp., had the duty to invest corporate earnings as he deemed best for the company. When Kelt Corp. went public, the new board decided that such investment decisions would be made by a committee of the officers. If Theodore thereafter unilaterally contracted to purchase investment securities with corporate earnings as he had done many times before, such contract would be valid:
a. since Theodore would have express authority.
b. since Theodore had implied authority.
c. under apparent authority if the seller knew Theodore’s past transactions.
c. because of ratification if the board did not know of his actions.
Please explain the answer.
A market has only two sellers. They are both trying to decide on a pricing strategy. If both firms charge a high price, then each firm will experience a 10% increase in profits. If both firms charge a low price, then each firm will experience a 5% decrease in profits. If Firm 1 charges a low price and Firm 2 charges a high price, then Firm 1 will experience a 6% increase in profits and Firm 2 will experience a 2% decrease in profits. If Firm 2 charges a low price and Firm 1 charges a high price, then Firm 2 will experience a 7% increase in profits and Firm 1 will experience a 3% decrease in profits.
(i) Construct a payoff matrix for this game.
(ii) Determine whether each firm has a dominant strategy and, if it does, identify the strategy.
(iii) Determine the optimal strategy for each firm.
(iv) Determine the Nash equilibrium.
(v) Is this a prisoners’ dilemma? How do you know?
Firm A and Firm B operate retail malls. Both are trying to determine whether to increase advertising budgets during the holiday season or to keep them constant. Because of contract cycles, Firm A will have to make a commitment regarding an advertising budget before Firm B. Their alternatives and payoffs are displayed in the decision tree diagram. Use this information to determine each firm’s optimal strategy and anticipated payoff.
Need help finding information on admiralty law specific to theft of personal property cruise ship? Should I be looking for solutions under foreign registries, or business law or something other?
When one thinks of crime, it’s usually with individuals in mind. However, companies commit crimes too. Review the articles below and respond to this question, citing the articles you reviewed:
1. Do the company’s actions fit the definition of a crime? If so, what kind, a felony or a misdemeanor? Why or why not?
a. Ex-WorldCom Chief Ebbers Convicted of Fraud(http://accounting.smartpros.com/x47410.xml)
b. Reliant Energy Services, Inc. and Four of its Officers Charged With Criminal Manupulation of California Electricity Market(http://www.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel04/energy040804.htm)
c. This US Department of Justice opinion might be useful to you: Principles of Federal Prosecution of Business Organizations(http://www.usdoj.gov/dag/cftf/corporate_guidelines.htm)
I need help with the question. I need ideas and suggestions. Thank you.
By way of a letter to their nephew Charles, the Greens gave Charles a coin collection valued at $5,000. The Greens still have possession of the collection, as it is displayed in their library. Is it a gift to their nephew, or can they change their mind and give it to the local coin collector’s club upon their deaths?
Explain liability concerns among sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, and an LLC.
Explain how a worker’s lien applies to contractor and laborers.
Some samples of a strong case of workplace harassments complaints.
There are only three nations in the world that are not members of some sort of economic integration agreement. Why might this be the case?