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Quiz 11 :

Responsible Ownership and Governance

Quiz 11 :

Responsible Ownership and Governance

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A(n)includes the processes,structures,and relationships through which decisions are made.
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B

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Mohammad is purchasing shares on the Toronto Stock Exchange.He purchases shares that allow him voting rights within a corporation.Voting privileges in this corporation are allocated based on a formula of one vote per 100 shares.As owner of 1000 shares,he has 10 votes.Mohammad purchased:
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Milton is responsible for administering a very large mutual fund's investment in a technology company.He carefully scrutinizes the company's acquisitions and a recent Take-over bid,however,he does not ever become involved in the day-to-day management of the company,preferring to just sit back and let the managers do their job.The mutual fund is shareholder in this example.
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E

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Accountability problems which exist in government-owned corporations include all of the following,except:
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Ownership in is based on the principle that one member has one vote,and each member contributes the same amount of equity.
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Having developed a prototype of his new lawnmower,John is attempting to acquire sufficient capital to market his product.In exchange for a majority ownership of his company,John receives two million dollars from an investment group in Brampton to provide the income to launch this endeavour.The investor's group is an example of a(n)
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Ownership via appeals to some investors as it allows them to participate in the stock market without having to make separate decisions about each purchase or sale of stocks.
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The Canadian Museum of Civilization,located in Ottawa,is a crown corporation that has developed a strong reputation for quality cultural displays.Increasingly,Crown corporations are expected to be "increasingly accountable" for their performance.There is concern from some patrons that there will be an attempt to shift managerial control from the curators.This is an example of which dimension of the "accountability Dilemma" raised by Sexty?
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When did corporate governance become an issue in the media?
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is a term used to describe employee ownership as workers are turned into capitalists through stock ownership.
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Which of the following factors are not included as part of governance?
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Some researchers argue that there is no such thing as socially responsible investment.Their arguments include all of the following,except:
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Which of the following terms describes the responsibilities toward owners?
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Which of the following statements is not true regarding responsible investing?
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Acts which may be considered unethical in terms of responsible investing criteria include all of the following,except:
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are those who participate in the governance to the full extent allowed by the law.
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Jane is concerned.Her company is in desperate need of a cash infusion; she is also on the verge of labour problems and needs some support.She had a lunch meeting with Robert,who represents a potential investor.The idea is that Robert's firm would acquire partial ownership of Jane's company in return for financial investment.Jane is also pleased that Robert's firm will also provide her with managerial assistance.Robert's firm is best Characterized as a
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Corporate governance involves all of the following,except:
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All of the following protect the rights of owners,except:
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manage large pools of money acquired from wealthy individuals or families and big institutions such as pension and mutual funds.
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