Businesses are organizations that provide goods and/or services to earn profits. Each year Fortune magazine takes a look at the top performing publicly held companies and industries. For the top 50 companies of the "Global 500", answer the following questions:
To create paragraphs in your essay response, type <p> at the beginning of the paragraph, and </p> at the end.
Privatization is the process of converting government enterprises into privately owned companies. The Privatization Center was established in 1992 to help federal, state, and local policymakers evaluate and implement privatization strategies. Go to the above web site and answer the following questions:
Suppliers provide products and services to buyers. If a company or an industry can supply buyers with the quantity and selection of goods and services they demand, without surpluses and shortages, they will maximize their profits. The Manitoba Egg Producers is an organization of egg producers whose mission is "to promote a thriving and competitive egg industry in Manitoba." One goal is to preserve a Canadian supply management system which will maximize egg producers' profits. Go to the above Internet site and answer the following questions:
In monopolistic competition there are many buyers and sellers of products. Products are similar but sellers try to make their offerings appear different from their competitors in the hopes that their version of the product will be chosen by buyers. Laundry detergent falls under monopolistic competition. One company, Procter and Gamble, not only competes against other competitors, but also has many differentiated brands of laundry detergent within the company. Go to the above Web site and answer the following question:
Choose any three (3) brands of laundry detergent. Click on each brand and explain how each brand is different.
As part of CyberFair 98, the public school students of Pawtucket, RI decided to share with the world their local landmarks. Go to the above Web site and answer the following questions: