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How Are Not-For-Profit Organizations Different from Profit-Seeking Businesses

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How are not-for-profit organizations different from profit-seeking businesses?

A) Not-for-profit organizations operate only in the public sector.
B) Profit-seeking organizations always have a surplus of funds; not-for-profit organizations always have a deficit of funds.
C) Not-for-profit organizations focus on goals other than generating profits.
D) Profit-seeking businesses do not focus on social or ethical responsibilities.

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