Two successful firms are observed with quite different compensation plans for their salespeople. One firm pays its salespeople on a commission basis, whereas the other firm pays its salespeople fixed salaries. Do you think that one of the two companies is making a mistake? What are the pros and cons of each approach?
On average, Microlimp's accounts receivables total $3,000,000 on annual sales of $400,000,000. What is Microlimp's average collection period? How would the following actions affect a firm's current ratio? a. Inventory is purchased and paid for with cash, it is not purchased on acc
I need to write a 700 to 1,000 word report to me offering your recommendations. Part 1 The first part of the report will include the following: ? A spreadsheet that shows the sound-card division's costs and identifies the quantities associated with MusicCo's current production plan and each VP's recommendation. ? An
Am I on the right track? Define short-run for a given firm. The short-run is the decision-making period during which at least one input is considered fixed. The fixed input is generally considered to be some aspect of capital, such as the production facility or it could be a normally variable input that is fixed due to pro
The goal is to support your conclusions with data, and explain the difference between the long run and the short run and how this distinction is important for X keyboard division, the conditions under which the company should exit the keyboard market and why,the conditions that determine the length of the short run for X's keyb
What are the arguments for and against the critisim of the federal income tax exemption of interest on state-local debt as being an inefficient subsidy because there is no national interest in capital projects being financed by borrowing rather than by current revenues?