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BA301 Test 4 (A+)
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BA301 Test 4 (A+)

 

Points Awarded

100.00

Points Missed

0.00

Percentage

100%

 

1. One alternative to product liability lawsuits is called:

A) limited resolution.
B) punitive damages reform.
C) alternative dispute resolution.
D) consumerism.

Points Earned:

4.0/4.0

Correct Answer(s):

C

 

2. The activism of institutional investors in other countries has been spearheaded by:

A) U.S.-based pension and mutual funds that in recent years acquired large stakes in foreign countries.
B) foreign institutions that were granted new rights by their governments.
C) managers who have become active in proxy battles in the Netherlands, Austria, and Hong Kong.
D) the rising number of individual investors of public service companies.

Points Earned:

4.0/4.0

Correct Answer(s):

A

 

3. Which of the following is a good way for a business to express its commitment to corporate citizenship?

A) Community relations programs.
B) By behaving responsibly toward all its stakeholders.
C) By correcting problems associated with its operations.
D) All of the above.

Points Earned:

4.0/4.0

Correct Answer(s):

D

4. The Sarbanes-Oxley Act makes it illegal for employers to:

A) sue federal contractors for fraud.
B) retaliate against whistle-blowers who report information that could have an impact on the value of a company's shares.
C) hire employees that have a prior record of federal fraud or misconduct.
D) both B and C, but not A.

Points Earned:

4.0/4.0

Correct Answer(s):

B


5. A strong employer-employee relationship is central to:

A) achieving a corporation's goals of economic production.
B) satisfying the wishes of those who contribute their skills and talents to the company.
C) increasing the gross domestic product of a nation.
D) both A and B, but not C.

Points Earned:

4.0/4.0

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