How are consumers hurt by corporations?

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  1. Science

    Which of the following describes how matter moves between producers, consumers, and decomposers in an ecosystem? one-way flow from producers to consumers to decomposers one-way flow from decomposers to consumers to producer cyclic flow froms producers to

  2. statistics

    A survey for brand recognition is done and it is determined that 68% of consumers have heard of Dull Computer Company. If a survey of 800 randomly selected consumers is to be held would it be unusual for 554 of them to recognize Dull Computer Company?

  3. Social studies

    Why do businesses seek an equilibrium price? A:it ensures that competitors cannot offer lower prices B:it attracts the largest possible number of consumers to the business C:it provides the highest possible prices that consumers will pay for each product

  4. History

    Which accurately describes the role of British corporations in the New World and their effect on colonists’ opinions of England’s monarchy? colonist were forced to purchase their goods only from British corporations, adding a colonial animosity toward

  5. Executive Branch > Check Answers

    1. Of the three types of independent agencies, which one operates much like a private business? government corporations* 2. Suppose the president were hurt badly, and was unable to inform the Vice President that he could not discharge the power and duties

  6. Statistics

    Two of the biggest soft drink rivals, Pepsi and Coke, are very concerned about their market shares. The pie chart that follows claims that PepsiCo's share of the beverage market is 25%. Assume that this proportion will be close to the probability that a

  7. math

    In a survey of 120 consumers conducted in a shopping mall, 80 consumers indicated that they buy Brand A of a certain product, 68 buy Brand B, and 42 buy both brands. How many consumers participating the survey buy: a) At least one of these brands? b)

  8. English

    Identify the correct sentence. A. Large corporations and small businesses today believe that "going green" is of paramount importance. B. Large corporations along with small businesses today believes that "going green" is of paramount importance. C. Large

  9. History

    Which best explains how the economy affected politics in the United States in the 1930s? A. Economic depression led to a number of riots that nearly toppled the government and allowed radical groups to acquire political power. B. Growing inflation hurt

  10. marketing

    5. Which of the following is a criticism of cause-related marketing? a. Cause-related marketing is more of a strategy for selling than giving. b. Cause-related marketing is placing the burden of giving on the consumer instead of the company.** c.

  11. Science 7 A Unit 4

    Think about how the amount of energy changes as you move stepwise from producers to primary consumers to tertiary consumers in a food chain. Which shape could you use to model the quantities of energy at all of these types? Circle Square Triangle Line

  12. Probabilities

    A brand name has a 40% recognition rate. If the owner of the brand wants to verify that rate by beginning with a small sample of 10 randomly selected consumers, find the probability that exactly 4 of the 10 consumers recognize the brand name. Also find the

  13. Market economy/government

    In a market economy, a high price will usually cause A) producers to offer less and consumers to buy less. B) producers to offer less and consumers to buy more. C) producers to supply more and consumers to buy less.*** D) producers to supply more and

  14. statistics

    A survey for brand recognition is done and it is determined that 68% of consumers have heard of Dull Computer Company. A survey of 800 randomly selected consumers is to be conducted. For such groups of 800, would it be significant to get 634 consumers who

  15. Science-2questions

    Which of the following describes how matter moves between producers, consumers, and decomposers in an ecosystem? one-way flow from producers to consumers to decomposers one-way flow from decomposers to consumers to producer cyclic flow froms producers to

  16. statistics

    a brand name has a 50% recognition rate assume the owner of the brand wants to verify that rate by beginning with a small sample of 5 randomly selected consumers the probability that exactly 4 of the 5 consumers recognize the brand name

  17. Science, don't leave me hanging plz.

    1. Which of the following describes how matter moves between producers, consumers, and decomposers in an ecosystem? A. one-way flow from producers to consumers to decomposers. B. one-way flow from decomposers to consumers to producers. C. cyclic flow from

  18. science

    Why are there usually more producer in an ecosystem than consumers? a). There is less energy available to the consumers. b). There is more energy available to the consumers. My answer is ( a ).

  19. ECONOMIC

    The income elasticity for most staple foods, such as wheat, is known to be between zero and one. As incomes rise over time, what will happen to the demand for wheat? What will happen to the quantity of wheat purchased by consumers? What will happen to the

  20. Accounting

    What are two distinct obligations incurred by corporations when issuing bonds?

  21. Living environment(check please)

    When the food relationship in a habitat are illustrated by means of diagram, the result is always a complicated web like pattern. This is due to the fact that 1 many consumers are adapted to use more than one food source 2 producer organisms always

  22. History

    My question is this: What were some positive and negative effects that John D. Rockefeller had on big business in the late 19th century? My answer for positive effects is: He made prices cheaper for the people. Because of Rockefeller and other big

  23. Econ

    Suppose that the government decides to charge cola consumers an excise tax. Before the tax, 12 million cases of cola are sold every month at a price of $3.50 per case. After the tax, 6 million cases of cola are sold every month; consumers pay $4.00 per

  24. Economics

    It is 1932 and you are an economic advisor to President Roosevelt. What advice would you give the president in light of the economic problems facing the country? Where will you put the money into the economy? Will you give it to large corporations, small

  25. Business Law-- HELP

    Which of the following is true for a corporation's incorporation into a state? A. Domestic corporations can incorporate into only one state. B. Domestic corporations can incorporate into all states that they conduct business in. C. Alien corporations can

  26. Science

    Which of the following describes how matter moves between producers, consumers, and decomposers in an ecosystem A) One-way flow from producers to consumers to decomposers B) One-way flow from decomposers to consumers to producers C) Cyclic flow from

  27. economics-to Ms Sue OR ANYONE

    I HAVE TO PREPARE A PROJECT ON 'CONSUMER AWARENESS'(CLASS 10TH). SO CAN YOU PLZZZ TELL ME THAT WHAT IS TH NEED OF CONSUMER AWARENESS IN TODAY'S WORLD?& HOW CONSUMERS ARE EXPLOITED? &SOME MORE INFORMATION ABOUT 'CONSUMER AWARENESS'. ALSO PLZZZ GIVE SOME

  28. History

    How did the embargo act of 1807 affect south Carolina? A.it hurt the sale of the planters rice and cotton. B.it hurt the planters who needed british manufactured goods. C. it hurt the small farmers who needed to import food products from the west indies.

  29. statistics

    Suppose that a researcher is interested in estimating the mean systolic blood pressure, , of executives of major corporations. He plans to use the blood pressures of a random sample of executives of major corporations to estimate . Assuming that the

  30. law/421

    How does the strict liability doctrine apply to business corporations? Provide examples and explain how your example demonstrates the strict liability doctrine that applies to business corporations.

  31. English

    1. Bend your knees forward. 2. Straighten your knees. 2-2. Straighten your knees backward. 3. Spin your knees befor you exercise. 4. He hurt his knees while he exercised. 5. Massage your knees when you feel painful there. 6. Press your knees many times

  32. Marketing

    Good marketing managers know that A.marketing strategies can't influence consumer "wants." B.marketers can't create internal drives in consumers C.it is not that difficult to develop a marketing strategy that gets consumers to do what they don't want to

  33. finance (bonds vs. perferred stock)

    Corporations prefer bonds to preferred stock for financing their operations because A. preferred stocks require a dividend B. bond interest rates change with the economy while stock dividends remain constant C. the after-tax cost of debt is less than the

  34. eCONIMIC

    2. The Theory of the Firm document, the Friedman article, and the information in chapter 4 argue that the main goal of a firm in a market economy is to maximize profit (shareholder wealth) over the long term. However, SEC regulations require U.S.

  35. Economics

    3.The Theory of the Firm document, the Friedman article, and the information in chapter 4 argue that the main goal of a firm in a market economy is to maximize profit (shareholder wealth) over the long term. However, SEC regulations require U.S.

  36. Managerial Economics

    Suppose the two rival office supply companies Office Depot and Staples both adopt price-matching policies. If consumers can find lower advertised prices on any items they sell, then Office Depot and Staples guarantee they will match the lower prices.

  37. Principles of microeconomics

    Thos question comes from Gregory Mankiw Principles of Microeconomics fourth edition. I am not sure how to do this problem. Can you help me please. The government places a tax on the purchase of socks. A. Illustrate the effect of the tax on equilibrium

  38. Science

    1. In most organisms, what kind of organisms are producers plants 2. What benefit do decomposers provide for an ecosystem? Decomposers such as mushrooms and bacteria are consumers that break down the tissues of dead organisms. What decomposers don't use

  39. home economics

    How are consumers hurt by corporations?

  40. Economics

    What responsibility do corporations have to provide consumers with the risks associated with their products? What are their responsibilities for testing products?

  41. English

    1. Are they hurt? 2. They are hurt. 3. None of the passengers were badly hurt. ------------------------ Is 'hurt' used as an adjective?

  42. Science

    Grass, Birch, Balsam Fir, Fox, Wolve, Moose, Snowshoe hare, Ticks, Mosquitos .. what are the producers, primary consumers, seconday consumers and the tertiary consumers?

  43. Business

    What does global implication mean in relation to sole proprietorship, partnerships, corporations, limited liability corporations, joint ventures and franchises?

  44. Hum/176

    Which corporations own which television networks and other media outlets? How does this corporate centralization of ownership affect their news coverage? How much influence do you think these corporations have on the public?

  45. English

    Dear Ms.Sue, thank you for your answers. May I ask you a few more questions? 1) I just want to make sure I understand it correctly. Does "Where are you hurting" mean the same as "Where do you hurt" the same as "Where does it hurt"? 2) Help me, please, with

  46. sci 241

    food and drug manufacturers be allowed to mislead consumers by using uncommon terms and descriptions to mislead or deceive consumers or should they be required to use "layman" terminology that almost all consumers can understand? Please support your

  47. science

    A pyramid of numbers demonstrates that a community has a) producers who depend on consumers for food b) more producers than primary consumers c) the same number of organisms at each level d) more consumers than producers e) no loss of usable energy B

  48. Social Media

    •Huge corporations own every television network and most other media outlets. How does this affect their news coverage? How much influence do you think these corporations have on the public? Do you think the public is aware of the comments made by you

  49. History

    Social Darwinists believed that the federal government should not regulate corporations & monopolies because it was only "natural" that only the most "fit" corporations would survive and grow (even if they used illegal trusts and bribery to do it). Select

  50. English

    I have a few other questions I forgot to ask you in my previous post. Can you see if the following remedies are possible? 1) Have you hurt yourself? Does it hurt? Are you hurt? Yes, I think broke my finger (Can you say that?) 2) I've broken my leg. I think

  51. Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

    which of the following would you expect to find in a mixed market economy? large corporations run by the government a king who has unlimited power to regulate production corporations that are not subject to any government regulation a government minimum

  52. social studies

    What is one way that the low wages paid to workers in developing countries has had a negative effect on developed countries? A.Workers in developed countries have experienced job loss.**** B.Profits for multinational corporations have fallen. C.Trade

  53. Social Studies

    What is one way that the low wages paid to workers in developing countries has had a negative effect on developed countries? A. Workers in developed countries have experienced job loss. B. Profits for multinational corporations have fallen. C. Trade

  54. media

    Huge corporations own every television network and most other media outlets. How does this affect their news coverage? How much influence do you think these corporations have on the public? Do you think the public is aware of the comments made by you and

  55. Statistics

    Intentions of consumers regarding future automobile purchases and the financial capability of the consumers are given below: What is the provability of P(A | D)? a)0.5 b)0.75 c)1 d)0

  56. science

    Carnivores are _____. a) plant eaters b) decomposers c) secondary consumers d) primary consumers e) producers B

  57. english

    Values and Lifestyle system of consumers in James B. Twitchell's What We Are to Advisters. What are the consumers gropups being targeted?

  58. English

    Hello. I will be very grateful for some help. 1) Which is correct: "The woman fell and hit on the sidewalk", "hit against the sidewalk" or "hit the sidewalk"? 2) I want to say that the pain is extremely bad, so which is correct:"My leg hurts/is hurting

  59. STATISTICS

    Suppose that a researcher is interested in estimating the mean systolic blood pressure, , of executives of major corporations. He plans to use the blood pressures of a random sample of executives of major corporations to estimate . Assuming that the

  60. social studies help pls

    13. how did the embargo act of 1807 affect south carolina? a. it hurt the sale of the planters' rice and cotton b. it hurt the planters who needed british manufactured goods c. it hurt the aristocrats who could not longer send their sons to school in

  61. SS HELP MEEEE PLEASEEE

    13. how did the embargo act of 1807 affect south carolina? a. it hurt the sale of the planters' rice and cotton b. it hurt the planters who needed british manufactured goods c. it hurt the aristocrats who could not longer send their sons to school in

  62. english

    Which word would best describe speaker's attitude toward person she is address in the song? Did you have to do this? I was thinking that you could be trusted Did you know to ruin what was shiny? Now it's all rusted Did you have to hit me, where I'm weak?

  63. spanish

    I have a test on conjugation and I am trying to make sure I have done this right me duelen los pies - my feet hurt Te duele la garganta? - does your throat hurt te duelen las piernas - le duele la cabeza -

  64. science

    frastrated over your difficult asignment , you slam your hand on the table. ouch! why does your hand hurt? would it hurt if the table had broken when you hit it? (using Newton's third law)

  65. Health

    I am having a hard time understanding the following question. I thank you for your help. Directions: Read the following paragraph and then answer the question that follows it. With countless mergers in recent years between hospital systems, health

  66. Foreign languages

    I urgently need you to check these sentences, Writeacher. Thank you very much. 1) I was invited by Mary to come round (come along is possible?) one of these days. 2) You ought not to worry about (or be worried about but NOT be fussed about?) a common (not

  67. Science

    Producers/Consumers Okay so I was wondering if some of you could help me with this question. This question is asking about producers (green plants/plants) and consumers (anything that eats those plants). What is the ratio average of energy/m2(squared)/year

  68. Statistics

    90% of the world’s large corporations are actively involved in data warehousing. In a random sample of 10 large corporations, what is the probability that at least 8 of them are actively involved in data warehousing.

  69. statistics

    90% of the world’s large corporations are actively involved in data warehousing. In a random sample of 10 large corporations, what is the probability that at least 8 of them are actively involved in data warehousing

  70. Social

    I need help. I have to do an essay for globalization and human rights. I have 2 arguments: 1) it represents a challenge to cultural and local languages. So I'm going to be talking about Al-Jazeera and how the languages are slowly being disappeared. I'm

  71. English

    1. The game became so active that many players were hurt. 2. The game became so violent that many players were hurt. -------------- Are both acceptable?

  72. english

    choose the correct one. a) I wore all of the safety equipment for skateboarding; however, I still hurt myself. b) I wore all of the safety equipment for skateboarding, however, I still hurt myself. c) I wore all of the safety equipment for skateboarding

  73. science

    Please, where would decomposers go on a food web? I was thinking about putting them at the top and having all of the consumers' arrows point to them and then have an arrow pointing from the decomposers to the producers because don't decomposers decompose

  74. Microeconomics

    Why do consumers dislike the bundling of goods? How do consumers respond to free goods? What are the cost components for electrical products? What is the cost structure for information goods?

  75. Economics

    Which changes will cause demand for a product to rise in a free market economy? Choose all answers that are correct. A. an increase in the income of consumers B. an increase in consumer awareness C. an increase in consumer preference D. an increase in the

  76. economics

    give all answers in detail what is consumer awareness Need of consumer awareness Consumer law in india forms of consumer exploitation consumer protections-i)some perspectives ii)case study role of producers in protecting consumers advice to consumers,their

  77. maths!

    6) There are three research and development projects focusing on the development of three new products A, B and C. The markets into which the new products are to be launched are identical. However, consumer preference is at present, unknown. A probability

  78. Management

    1. Select a consumer item available today and analyze it using the four Ps of marketing. How do these factors impact consumers? What are some things that influence marketers? What influences consumers to buy a product? 2. Discuss two products with which

  79. statistics

    A psychologist interested in political behavior measured the square footage of the desks in the official office of four U.S. governors and of four chief executive officers (CEOs) of major U.S. corporations. The figures for the governors were 44, 36, 52,

  80. english

    But consumers there showed little interest in sewing machines. prepostional phrase but consumers, but prepostion &consumer object? in sewing machines, in preposition and machines is the object? would that be correct?? thanks

  81. microeconomics

    i have to write a paper for a final and need some help with ideas for what I am writing about.. here is the question.... the competitive market system provides highly efficient mechanisms for the allocation of scarce resources to consumers. Using the

  82. spanish

    i need to write this in spanish A few months ago my teeth started hurting a lot. I went to the dentist's office to get them checked. When I arrived, the dentist told me that they were very crooked. He said he was going to give me some shots and then put

  83. writing

    If I could get some help? I was wonderung if I had done this right.Write two paragraphs about how interest rates affect our purchasing decisions. Identify the topic sentence in each by underlining it. I have determined that the first two sentences in each

  84. statistics

    A psychologist interested in political behavior measured the square footage of the desks in the official office of four U.S. governors and of four chief executive officers (CEOs) of major U.S. corporations. The figures for the governors were 44, 36, 52,

  85. Globalization Hurt Amercia..............why???

    I am doing a survey, please give your opinions and explain why globalization hurt America? Many many thanks.................... In my opinion, globalization hasn't hurt America. Although some jobs have been outsourced to other countries, other jobs have

  86. globalization

    an example of transnational corporations

  87. Statistic

    Consumers own laptops of brand X for a certain amount of time before buying a new model. This time duration has a distribution with unknown mean and standard deviation 1.5. The company X expects that consumers will keep their laptop or 3.5 years. After

  88. Statistics

    Consumers own laptops of brand X for a certain amount of time before buying a new model. This time duration has a distribution with unknown mean and standard deviation 1.5. The company X expects that consumers will keep their laptop or 3.5 years. After

  89. Economics

    When most consumers and firms reduce spending only because they expect other consumers and firms to reduce spending, and a recession results, A. a self-correction has occurred. B. an adverse aggregate supply shock has occurred. C. a coordination failure

  90. Economics

    A supply curve does all of the following, except: Answer Uses the ceteris paribus assumption. Holds constant time, place, income, costs of inputs, costs of substitutes, and suppliers' expectations about future prices. Shows the quantity producers are

  91. Sociology

    Can someone help me with my three questions and let me know if I answered them correctly Thanks 1 According to world systems analysis, the U.S., Japan, and Germany are all core nations. I chose (true)=A A) True B) False 2) Which population group represents

  92. Business

    What are the responsibilities of corporations for testing products?

  93. business

    What happens when corporations merge and there are different cultures, how are HR functions resolved?

  94. Managerial Economics

    Suppose the two rival office supply companies Office Depot and Staples both adopt price matching policies. If consumers can find lower advertised prices on any items they sell, then Office Depot and Staples guarantee they will match the lower prices.

  95. managerial economics

    Suppose the two rival office supply companies Office Depot and Staples both adapt price-matching policies. If consumers can find lower advertised prices on any items they sell, then Office Depot and Staples guarantee they will match the lower prices.

  96. Economics

    There are 10 identical consumers whose demand is D: p = 20 - 10q. There are 10 identical firms, each firm's marginal cost is MC(q)= 5 + 5q. The market is competitive. a) derive the market demand function b) derive the market supply function c) what is the

  97. Economics

    Aggregate demand is the total demand in our economy as it is made up of many different components. In our economy, you will find that changes in the aggregate demand will affect both consumers and businesses. What are the major challenges of these changes

  98. Statistics

    Olive-Oil producers have expanded to approximately 120 producers statewide. Analysts estimate the average price consumers pay for a bottle of olive oil is $21, with a standard deviation of $2.40. What is the probability that the average price paid by a

  99. social justice

    how do you think globalization relates to the kind of large multinational corporations?

  100. Finance

    What are some examples of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporations? Thank you so much ~Maureen

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