1. Math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $30, they would sell x = 58 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $18, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 70 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by Jill on September 30, 2011
  2. algebra

    Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p=$25,they would sell x=56 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p=$20, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x=66 tiles in a month's time. Find the equation

    asked by rr on May 21, 2012
  3. Algebra II

    Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x=42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, them more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month's time. Find the

    asked by Nancy on January 13, 2011
  4. math

    Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p=$25, they would sell x= 53 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p=$15, then more people will purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 63 tiles month’s time. Find the

    asked by Anonymous on November 27, 2010
  5. algebra

    Two part question: Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p=$25, they would sell x=56 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p=$20, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x=66 tiles in a month's

    asked by plz help on May 22, 2012
  6. Economics

    1.) How do producers use market research to help maximize profits? 2.) Give two examples of companies that are characterized by a monopolstic competition market structure. All kinds of market research are being done these days. Research on consumer

    asked by Chrissy on March 20, 2007
  7. algebra

    suppose a market research company finds that a price of p=$22, they would sell x=42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p=$12, then they would purchase the tile and they can expect to sell x=52 tiles in a month. Find the equation of the line for

    asked by debby on January 8, 2012
  8. Mat117

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by Danie on July 17, 2010
  9. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by Danie on July 17, 2010
  10. algebra

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by herb on June 13, 2010
  11. ALGEBRA

    Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by AMERICAN GIRL on June 23, 2011
  12. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by Jesse on June 11, 2010
  13. MAT/117

    a. Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = $40, they would sell x = 37 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $25, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time.

    asked by Michelle on July 19, 2010
  14. algebra

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by Anonymous on May 17, 2010
  15. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $40, they would sell x = 27 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $15, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 47 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by spike on November 13, 2011
  16. algebra

    ) Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $30, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $20, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 52 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by Anonymous on January 27, 2012
  17. Algebra, PLEASE HELP ME!!!

    I am so lost, can anyone help me? I don't even understand what the teacher wants out of me with this problem. Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = $20, they would sell x = 42 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p =

    asked by Laura on September 1, 2008
  18. math

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $30, they would sell x = 32 baskets each month. If they lower the price to p = $10, then more people would purchase the baskets, and they can expect to sell x = 52 baskets in a month’s

    asked by kim on January 15, 2012
  19. Algebra

    a. Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = $31, they would sell x = 74 boxes of product each month. If they lower the price to p = $25, then more people would purchase the product, and they can expect to sell x = 80 boxes in a

    asked by Anonymous on April 29, 2010
  20. algbra 1b

    can someone tell me if i have the answer correct a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $40, they would sell x = 27 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $15, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can

    asked by nell on May 12, 2012
  21. math

    Suppose that a market research company finds that at a price of p = $30, they would sell x = 36 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $15, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 41 tiles in a month’s time.

    asked by jean on July 31, 2011
  22. Algebra

    Suppose a market research company finds that at a price (y) of $30, they would sell x =10 t-shirts. If they lower the price to y = $20, then more people would purchase the t-shirts, and they can expect to sell x = 30 t-shirts. Find the equation of the line

    asked by Gurlredneck on March 30, 2012
  23. Algebra

    1.In this problem, we will analyze the profit found for sales of decorative tiles. A demand equation (sometimes called a demand curve) shows how much money people would pay for a product depending on how much of that product is available on the open

    asked by Noah on January 20, 2008
  24. math 118

    a. Suppose a market research company finds that at a price of p = $6., they would sell x = 44 tiles each month. If they lower the price to p = $2, then more people would purchase the tile, and they can expect to sell x = 48 tiles in a month’s time. Find

    asked by jer on February 4, 2012
  25. Algebra

    1. In this problem, we will analyze the profit found for sales of a certain product. A demand equation (sometimes called a demand curve) shows how much money people would pay for a product depending on how much of that product is available on the open

    asked by Anonymous on April 29, 2010
  26. Algebra

    . In this problem, we will analyze the profit found for sales of a certain product. A demand equation (sometimes called a demand curve) shows how much money people would pay for a product depending on how much of that product is available on the open

    asked by Anonymous on April 29, 2010
  27. economy

    consider a perfectly competitive market in which all firms have the same costs. choose the statement that is incorrect a)the market demand is elastic at the market price b)each firm takes the market price as given and produces its profit -maximizing output

    asked by bryan thomas on July 6, 2013
  28. Microeconomics

    A company is working on the market of perfect competition. Its cost function TC=Q^2-4Q+64 and demand function on the product that company produces is Q=400-20P. Calculate: a. optimal quantity of production, at which company maximizes profits b. market

    asked by Magda on September 5, 2010
  29. Economics

    Which of the following business situation would be banned by the Sherman Anitrust Act? A. A company invents a better product and charges higher price. B. A company lowers the price of a product in order to gain market share. C. A company buys up all

    asked by Eve on March 6, 2017
  30. Principles of Business

    Identify and discuss THREE features which could be used in determining if a company operates in a perfect competition. 1) The company produces something "generic" (e.g., mill lumber) that is also produced by several other compeating companies. 2) The

    asked by Simone on January 3, 2007
  31. economics

    Q AC MC 1 4 12 2 8 20 3 12 28 4 16 36 5 20 44 6 24 52 7 28 60 8 32 68 9 36 76 suppose that there are 70 firms in operating in the industry. using the MC curve, find out how much output in total is delivered to the market at each price (you only need to

    asked by john on November 13, 2011
  32. Economics

    Consider the problem of a monopolist that sells its product on two different markets m, with m=1,2. Each market has an aggregate demand function given by 1200−α_m*p_m, where p_m denotes the price in market m, and α_m=m measures the responsivity of

    asked by John Milliband on March 8, 2016
  33. Economics

    PLEASE ANSWER THIS! Consider the problem of a monopolist that sells its product on two different markets m, with m=1,2. Each market has an aggregate demand function given by 1200−α_m*p_m, where p_m denotes the price in market m, and α_m=m measures the

    asked by John Milliband on March 8, 2016
  34. BUSINESS RESEARCH

    A data processing analyst for a research company finds that a preliminary computer run of survey results that his company conducted for a client show that consumers love the client's new product. Based on that information, the analyst buys a large block of

    asked by MEL on May 20, 2014
  35. math

    The pricing policy of a company follows the demand equation p=D(x). D(x) being the price per unit when x units are demanded. After studying the market trends the company determines the price function that is given by D(x)= 2000-4x. If the product is to be

    asked by David on January 6, 2017
  36. calc

    A company runs food service concessions for sporting events throughout the country. Their marketing research department chose a particular football stadium to test market a new jumbo hot dog. It was found that the demand for the new hot dog is given

    asked by Dan on April 6, 2015
  37. Economics/Math

    Suppose there are four firms in a competitive market and that each firm has the following supply function. Supply functions for competitive firms Company Supply Function 1 Q1 = 16 + 4P 2 Q2 = -5 + 5P 3 Q3 = 32 + 8P 4 Q4 = - 60 +10P a. Find the competitive

    asked by cb on November 3, 2009
  38. economics

    what circular flow the the following fall into 1)You receive $15,000 in profits from your half-owner of a Krispy Kreme franchise. 2)The Georgia Bulldogs sells season football tickets for $50.00. 3)What market determines the price per acre of farmland?

    asked by Jake on September 1, 2014
  39. CALCULUS ECONOMICS

    Consider an economy in which a monopolistic firm serves two identical, but separate markets, called A and B. The aggregate inverse demand in each market is given by 1000−q. The cost function for the monopolist is given by (qA+qB)^2, where qA andqB

    asked by Jenney on March 13, 2014
  40. Economics

    The price received by sellers in a market will decrease if the government Answer A. imposes a binding price floor in that market. B. decreases a binding price ceiling in that market. C. decreases a tax on the good sold in that market. D. increases a

    asked by Will on November 29, 2011
  41. Pre-Cal

    I've been trying to work this problem out for the past week and still havent managed to get to the answer. jeans unlimited sold 6000 pairs of jeans in october at an average of 44$ each. The company president decides that she must increase the company's

    asked by Chloe on October 8, 2010
  42. managment science

    Supposed you have been hired as a Marketing Manager in a Multinational Company which is dealing in high tech products. Company wants to launch a cell phone in the market which can measure the Sugar level and Heart beat of the users. Since, it is a

    asked by mehboob on January 11, 2011
  43. Economics

    How does the market price of a good in a monopoly market compare with the market price of the same good in a perfectly competitive market? A. The price is higher. B. The price is lower. C. The prices cannot be compared. D. The prices are the same.

    asked by margaret on September 12, 2012
  44. econ

    Suppose there are 1000 identical firms producing diamonds. Diamond miners receive the wage rate w. Assume that the short-run cost function for each diamond-producing firm is C(q) = wq + q2. a. If w = 10, what is the supply curve of an individual firm? What

    asked by Matt (help me) on September 5, 2012
  45. econ

    Suppose there are 1000 identical firms producing diamonds. Diamond miners receive the wage rate w. Assume that the short-run cost function for each diamond-producing firm is C(q) = wq + q2. a. If w = 10, what is the supply curve of an individual firm? What

    asked by Matt on September 5, 2012
  46. Econ

    In the case of a negative externality: Select one: a. the private market does not produce enough of the good. b. market price reflects the social costs of production. c. efficiency requires that the government impose a subsidy. d. market price reflects

    asked by Ned on October 22, 2015
  47. Ecomomics

    Hi, I need help with these four questions can anyone help me, it is for my economics class. 1)How does the economic (or rational decision-maker) approach to criminology work with or against other criminology theories? 2)Suppose we know that Frank has

    asked by Andy on October 18, 2007
  48. Economics

    Hi, I need help with these four questions can anyone help me, it is for my economics class. 1)How does the economic (or rational decision-maker) approach to criminology work with or against other criminology theories? 2)Suppose we know that Frank has

    asked by Andy on October 18, 2007
  49. Market Research

    In the video, The Role of Market Research, Jeff Hawkins describes how marketing research did (and didn’t) help him identify market opportunities and problems. Use Table 1.1 to suggest a category of marketing research that could support the marketing

    asked by Darla on September 5, 2012
  50. economics

    Market research has revealed the following information about the market for chocolate bars. The demand schedule can be represented by the equation QD=1,600-300P, where QD is the quantity demanded and P is the price. The supply schedule can be represented

    asked by chris on July 9, 2010
  51. internationnal economics

    Based on Price/cost, what are the steps the managers of a global company will need to take in order to decide whether a foreign market is a viable market in which to introduce a new product?

    asked by Lisa on March 13, 2008
  52. economics

    5. A market contains a group of identical price-taking firms. Each firm has a marginal cost curve MC(Q) = 2Q, where Q is the annual output of each firm. A study reveals that each firm will produce if the price exceeds $20 per unit and will shut down if the

    asked by elizabeth on October 17, 2011
  53. Maths

    A company is planning to manufacture and sell a new headphone set. After conducting extensive market surveys, the research department provide the following estimates: Marginal costs function: c^' (x)=RM(40+0.4x) where x is the quantity sold for the fixed

    asked by Trina on October 18, 2016
  54. investment

    Technical analysis differs from fundamental analysis in that a) Technical analysts contend that in depth assessments of basic aggregate market, industry, and company performance is necessary; past price movements indicate future price movements. b)

    asked by KATHY on July 15, 2007
  55. Macroeconomics

    If the government imposes a price ceiling of $100 on a market, what would happen in the market as a result of protests of price gauging by the sellers? What would happen to the price and quantity in the market?

    asked by Ellen on May 12, 2013
  56. Finance

    The current market price of the company’s share is $5; its next expected dividend is $0.20 and its expected growth rate is 10%. Flotation cost is 20% of the market price of the share. 3. What is the weighted average cost of capital

    asked by Eudora on March 21, 2013
  57. algebra

    An electronics company has developed a new hand-held device. The company predicts that the start-up cost to manufacture the new product will be $125,000, and the cost to make one device will be $6.50. A. If the company plans on selling the devices at a

    asked by Mary B. on September 9, 2018
  58. Finance 370

    suppose the market price of corn is $5 a bushel but the government sets a price of $7. As a result,

    asked by anita on June 5, 2012
  59. multiple choice / define

    A transfer price is the: A. price for which a company sells its products to customers. B. price at which goods are moved from one department of a company to another department of the company. C. basis on which indirect expenses are allocated. D. price at

    asked by dakota on August 15, 2013
  60. Math

    Harper Co. has outstanding $100 million of 5% bonds, due in 7 years, and callable at 102. The bonds were issued at par and are selling today at a market price of 92. If Harper Co. retires $10 million of these bonds by purchasing them from bondholders at

    asked by Lisa on March 29, 2013
  61. Calculus

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation P=132-x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand. Titan

    asked by Eve on April 10, 2013
  62. mathematical economics

    suppose a monopolist produces and sells a product ona 2 diferent markets. demand function on the two markets are repectively i=market 1 / ii=market 2 Pi= 200-2Qi Pii=180-4Qii cost function is C=20(Qi+Qii) A) what Quantities and price that maximize the

    asked by ismail on August 25, 2009
  63. economics

    1. Suppose that the market of laptops is given by following supply and demand curves given below: Qd = 5000 − 3p Qs = 1000 + p. Answer the following questions on excel sheet using the above demand and supply equations. i) Take the range of values for the

    asked by Anonymous on October 20, 2012
  64. Microeconomics - Cournot

    X is a monopolist of a soda source that costlessly burbles forth as much soda as X cares to bottle. It costs X $2 per gallon to bottle this soda. The inverse demand curve for X’s soda is p(y) = 20 – 0.2y, where p is the price per gallon and y is the

    asked by Anonymous on November 24, 2009
  65. economics

    Select a product and for that the government places a mandated price ABOVE the equilibrium price, based on your research how would this affect the market equilibrium, explain your view.

    asked by judy on January 17, 2013
  66. Fiancne

    Stephenson Real Estate Company was founded 25 years ago by the current CEO, Robert Stephenson. The company purchases real estate, including land and buildings, and rents the property to tenants. The company has shown a profit every year for the past 18

    asked by John on September 30, 2014
  67. Managerial Economics

    Mirk Labs is a pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. on Zatab, an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is Qd= 15.0- 0.2 P where Qd is annual quantity demanded (in millions of units) of

    asked by Da One on November 1, 2014
  68. Managerial Economics

    Mirk Labs is a pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. on Zatab, an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is Qd= 15.0- 0.2 P where Qd is annual quantity demanded (in millions of units) of

    asked by peter on October 29, 2014
  69. Managerial Economics

    Mirk Labs is a pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada, and the U.S. on Zatab, an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is Qd= 15.0- 0.2 P where Qd is annual quantity demanded (in millions of units) of

    asked by peter on October 30, 2014
  70. economics

    suppose a competitive market consists of identical firms with a constant long run marginal cost of $10. Suppose the demand curve is given by q=1000-p a)What are the price and quantity consumed in the long run competitive equilibrium? b)Suppose one new firm

    asked by michele on September 20, 2007
  71. statistics Question 2

    Suppose a person buys 100 shares of stock at in a company at the cost price of $10 per share. He plans to sell at the end of the next month at whatever is the price at that time. The projected price of the stock at the end of next month and the

    asked by Steven on November 13, 2013
  72. Statistics

    Suppose a person buys 100 shares of stock at in a company at the cost price of $10 per share. He plans to sell at the end of the next month at whatever is the price at that time. The projected price of the stock at the end of next month and the

    asked by Steven on November 13, 2013
  73. business mgmt

    A company looking for venture capitalist funding is deciding on the design of its operating system for its new phone. The first option is to simply buy the OS from another company. This would result in sales of either 10,000 units if the market is not

    asked by jeannie on April 11, 2015
  74. !math (5)

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 160 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by Vanessa on April 24, 2014
  75. *math (5)

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 160 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by Vanessa on April 23, 2014
  76. !math (5)

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 160 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by Mia on April 25, 2014
  77. economics

    Producer surplus is the difference between: the maximum price a seller is willing to accept and the market price. the maximum price a buyer is willing to pay and the market price. the market price and the minimum price a seller is willing to accept. the

    asked by joshkuss on October 9, 2014
  78. Economics

    Suppose a market with two sellers Seller 1 has a marginal cost of c1=20q1 and seller 2 has a marginal cost of c2=40q2 Find the market supply curve in a competitive market where the price = c1= c2

    asked by Shane on September 30, 2010
  79. Math

    A tax-exempt bond was recently issued at an annual 12 percent coupon rate and matures 20 years from today. The par value of the bond is $1,000. a. If a required market rates are 12 percent, what is the market price of the bond? b. If required market rates

    asked by Renee on August 7, 2013
  80. business math

    This question is based on a standard modeling problem in business. The unit cost of a item (or drink or chemical) affects how much of the thing is sold. The revenue is the amount of money raised from sales. Hence, raising price should drop sales, but that

    asked by g on March 18, 2015
  81. economics

    Producer surplus is shown graphically as the area: under the demand curve and above the market price. under the demand curve and below the market price. above the supply curve and below the market price. above the supply curve and below the market price.

    asked by joshkuss on October 9, 2014
  82. marketing

    Can someone please help me with this? I really just do not know where to start researching for the answer, where are some good places to look? Develop a research proposal in the form of a PowerPoint presentation of 8–15 slides. Your proposal should

    asked by Brenda on December 11, 2010
  83. math

    1. In this problem, we analyze the profit found for sales of decorative tiles. A demand equation (sometimes called a demand curve) shows how much money people would pay for a product depending on how much of that product is available on the open market.

    asked by Jesse on June 25, 2010
  84. Finance

    Suppose you own a stock in a company. The current price per share is $25. Another company has just announced that it wants to buy your company and will pay $35 per share to acquire all the outstanding stocks. Your company’s management immediately begins

    asked by Husain on October 23, 2010
  85. math Calc

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 172 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by jane on December 2, 2014
  86. Managerial Economics

    # of Fisherman Daily Tuna Catch 0 0 1 50 0.02 2 110 0.02 3 300 0.01 4 450 0.01 5 590 0.01 6 665 0.01 7 700 0.01 8 725 0.01 9 710 0.01 Suppose market price of tuna is $3.50/lb. How many fisherman should the company use if the daily rate is $100?

    asked by Janet on August 30, 2010
  87. Economics: Demand and Supply

    Suppose the market for ice cream is deregulated. That is, ice cream are free to adjust based on the forces of demand and supply. If a shortage exists in the ice cream market, then the current price must be _______ than the equilibrium price, and you would

    asked by Anonymous on September 20, 2008
  88. Math

    In economics, the demand for a product is the amount of that product that consumers are willing to buy at a given price. The quantity demanded of a product usually decreases if the price of that product increases. Suppose that a company believes there is a

    asked by George Carl on February 26, 2018
  89. finance

    The bonds of company A, carry a 10% annual coupon, have a 100,000 face value, and mature in 4years. Bonds of equivalent risk yield 7%. What is the market price of Company A.

    asked by Raph on September 6, 2012
  90. Calculus

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 144 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by Anonymous on July 17, 2013
  91. Calculus

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 144 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by Anonymous on July 19, 2013
  92. math

    The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 102 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand.

    asked by Britney on December 5, 2012
  93. Math

    1. In this problem, we analyze the profit found for sales of decorative tiles. A demand equation (sometimes called a demand curve) shows how much money people would pay for a product depending on how much of that product is available on the open market.

    asked by EJ on April 17, 2011
  94. Math

    The Oliver Company plans to market a new product. Based on its market studies, Oliver estimates that it can sell up to 2,000 units in 2005. The selling price will be $5 per unit. Variable costs are estimated to be 20% of total revenue. Fixed costs are

    asked by Jamie on February 10, 2012
  95. Economics

    Market analysts often use cross-price elasticities to determine a measure of the “competitiveness” of a particular good in a market. How might cross-price elasticities be used in this manner? What would you expect the cross-price elasticity coefficient

    asked by Sam on August 13, 2012
  96. Finance

    Hello. I need to find the market values of debt and equity for a company. The company is fictitious, so I cannot pull up any real market data for it. I have the book value of stockholder's equity as $36,231, and I know that the Debt to Equity Ratio is

    asked by Lyra on November 5, 2017
  97. finance

    Suppose Delta Company issued bonds with a 15-year maturity, a Rs. 1,000 par value, a 12 percent coupon rate, and semiannual interest payments. If actual price of the bond in the market is Rs 900, compute yield to maturity, current yield and capital gain

    asked by mira on June 23, 2013
  98. Business

    Why is a company concerned about its stock price in the secondary market?

    asked by Linda on June 22, 2009
  99. Economics/Algebra

    Airline pricing is a good example of price discrimination. Airlines set different prices for first-class and excursion. Suppose the economics division of a major airline company estimates the demand and marginal revenue functions for first-class and

    asked by too old on November 9, 2009
  100. To: Economyst - Can you please help?

    Airline pricing is a good example of price discrimination. Airlines set different prices for first-class and excursion. Suppose the economics division of a major airline company estimates the demand and marginal revenue functions for first-class and

    asked by too old on November 11, 2009