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A soprano, Madame Poussard, agreed to sing in a series of operas for Spiers

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A soprano, Madame Poussard, agreed to sing in a series of operas for Spiers. She failed to appear on the opening night and Spiers refused her services for subsequent nights. INLIGHT to the above illustration discuss the contractual element applicable 

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Smith employed Hamilton as his agent in a business of selling cooking gas. For many years Hamilton sold cooking gas to Havana wholesalers. Arising from a dispute in the work place, smith dismissed Hamilton. Smith did not inform the proprietor of Havana wholesalers about Hamilton's dismissal. After the dismissal, Hamilton proceeded to Havana wholesalers and collected cash amounting to shs.100, 000 balance of payment due to smith for cooking gas which had delivered earlier. Hamilton, the agent of smith. Discuss the legal principle applicable. Explain the duties of an agent to his principal. 

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Explain the impact of the Mexican War on American expansionism.

Tata McGraw Hill Education Private LimitedGroup - 8Q1.

Carry out Critical analysis of initiative taken by Mr. Shukla in terms of:

 

a.

Are all required initiatives have been taken?

 

b.

Are initiatives consistent with resources available with the firm?

 

c.

Are initiatives aligned with opportunity and threat in the environment?

 

d.

What are consequences of initiatives?

 

 

SARA LEE CORPORATION'S EUROBONDS

Sara Lee Corp. is serving up a brand name and a shorter maturity than other recent corporate borrowers to entice buyers to its first-ever dollar Eurobonds. The U.S. maker of consumer products, from Sara Lee cheesecake to Hanes pantyhose and Hillshire Farm meats, is selling $100 million in bonds with a 6 percent coupon. These are three-year bonds; other corporate bond sellers including Coca-Cola Co., Unilever NV, and Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., have concentrated on their five-year maturities.

"It is a well-known name and it is bringing paper to a part of the maturity curve where there is not much there," said Noel Dunn of Goldman Sachs International. Goldman Sachs expects to find most buyers in the Swiss retail market, where "high-quality American corporate paper is their favorite buy," Dunn said.

These are the first bonds out of a $500 million Eurobond program that Sara Lee announced in August 1995, and the proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes, said Jeffery Smith, a spokesman for the company.

The bond is fairly priced, according to Bloomberg Fair Value analysis, which compared a bond with

 

 

 

 

similar issues available in the market. The bond offers investors a yield of 5.881 percent annually or 5.797 percent semiannually. That is 22 basis points more than they can get on the benchmark five-year U.S. Treasury note.

BFV analysis calculates that the bond is worth $100,145 on a $100,000 bond, compared with the re-offer price of $100,320. Anything within a $500 range on a $100,000 bond more or less than its BFV price is deemed fairly priced. Sara Lee is rated "AA-" by Standard & Poor's Corp. and "A1," one notch lower, by Moody's Investors Service.

In July 1994, Sara Lee's Netherlands division sold 200 million Dutch guilders ($127 million) of three-year bonds at 35 basis points over comparable Netherlands government bonds. In January, its Australian division sold 51 million British pounds ($78 million) of bonds maturing in 2004, to yield 9.43 percent.

Discuss Sara Lee's debt-financing strategy:

  1. What are the advantages and disadvantages of their decision to finance with Eurobonds instead of using domestic dollar denominated bonds?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ENRON VERSUS BOMBAY POLITICIANSDiscuss:Discuss the chief mistakes that Enron made in India.

On August 3, 1995, Enron lost a $2.9 billion power project, located near Bombay, India after it was cancelled by the Indian government. This was a huge blow to the company, and their share price fell immediately by 10% Read the rest of this case in your text book and respond to the following questions:

  1. What might Enron's leadership have done differently to avoid this predicament?

 

 

gram took out a 7.5 million 10% loan on 1 january 2016 to build a

new warehouse during the yaer. construction of the ware house began on 1 februray 2016 and was completed on 30 november 2016. as not all the funds were needed immidiately. gram invested 2 million in 4.5% bonds from 1 january to 1 may 2016. what are the total borrowing costs to be capitalised in respect ogf the warehouse?

 

 

If you join an organization as a manager, how will you ensure that more diverse employees are hired?

 

 

·      In your opinion, what are the benefits of starting a business?

What do you think are contributions of small/medium businesses in Canadian economy? Can you think of any other profession/ field where similar benefits might be offered?

 

 

Write a conclusion for paper that covered below points:

1. Explain boundary spanning generally, and specifically, in the context of sales.

2. Explain how the two constructs of role ambiguity and role conflict are related.

3. Why are sales people, in particular, susceptible to role stress?

4. How does role stress relate to performance and job satisfaction in sales?

5. What is the role of the Sales Manager in preventing and/or managing role stress in his team?

 

 

a)     Smith employed Hamilton as his agent in a business of selling

cooking gas. For many years Hamilton sold cooking gas to Havana wholesalers. Arising from a dispute in the work place, smith dismissed Hamilton. Smith did not inform the proprietor of Havana wholesalers about Hamilton's dismissal. After the dismissal, Hamilton proceeded to Havana wholesalers and collected cash amounting to shs.100, 000 balance of payment due to smith for cooking gas which had delivered earlier. Hamilton, the agent of smith. Discuss the legal principle applicable. Explain the duties of an agent to his principal. 

 

 

 A soprano, Madame Poussard, agreed to sing in a series of operas

for Spiers. She failed to appear on the opening night and Spiers refused her services for subsequent nights. INLIGHT to the above illustration discuss the contractual element applicable 

 

 

Based on nine different ways covered in our lecture, how the emergence

of information technology (IT) may have changed the way typical apparel company conducts its operations? (This is my Introduction of Business lesson exam. The teacher asked that question directly.)

 

 

Your friend is planning to open a third-wave coffee movement style

café near Ba?lar district, Eski?ehir. She knows that you are studying business administration, and want some recommendations in order to increase her café's customer potential. Having the definition of value and utility in mind, what would you suggest to your friend?

 

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