posted by .

why must stock control be closely monitered ?

  • business -

    Could it be the exact same reason you monitor you cash drawers and registers?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Business - Stock Control

    I could do with some help... i have to explain what EPOS, EFTPOS and EDI are and i have to give advantages and disadavantages to each. Please could someone help me! it would be a big help thanks
  2. Business

    Based on this financial info where a company's Beta Year = 2008, the Company's commons stock = 0.85, the Risk-Free Rate of Return = 5%, and the Market Risk Premium = 6%. Use the dividend growth model to calculate the Company's Common …
  3. acct

    Business is going well for Email Designers. The board of directors of this family-owned company believes that Email Designers could earn an additional $1,000,000 income before interest and taxes by expanding into new markets. However, …
  4. Business Law Environment

    The three main types of business organizations are partnerships, LLCs and corporations. Using the text and the comments to this chapter provide the following information. a. Describe the formation process for each – formal, informal, …
  5. business law

    If you were forming a business entity and had no intent to go public (sell stock on the stock exchanges), what form would you use and why?
  6. Business Finance

    Why should we ever sell stock in our company, since we can lose control by doing so?
  7. SS8R - (2nd question) help!

    business rockefeller control???????? i only thing I know is that he formed a Standard Oil Company.... does that count is there any other business he control (looked up on wiki, not there...)
  8. maths for business

    Dawson, Inc., paid a dividend of $0.65 per share last year. If the stock selling price of the stock is $25.12, what is the current yield on the stock?
  9. business

    Control. Topics centred in this research area attempt to understand what business controls are, to consider when control is needed, when it is effective, and when it is counterproductive. what would be a good thesis for this topic
  10. government

    The United States has a mixed economy and is able to regulate many business activities. • What are the benefits of government control over business activities?

More Similar Questions