Why 2nd Amendment Is So Popular Background Information The second amendment is probably the most controversial amendment in the Bill of Rights. The second amendment is stated in the Bill of Rights as, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed"(“Second Amendment”) This could mean that you have the right to possess a small gun for self-defence purposes only, but the real meaning is a very controversial argument. Focusing on this amendment is important because it is a very disputed amendment still debated today.
Their current ratio is 1.4% (total current assets/total current liabilities). According to the Risk Management Association of Financial Ratio Benchmarks, the current average ratio is 1.5%. In 2014, the current ratio for the firm was 1.46% while the average ratio in the industry (NAICS 311330) was 1.6%. The company’s net property and equipment in 2015 is worth 2.6 million dollars, a slight increase from 2014, which was 2.3 million. The company is considering taking on some debt to increase their production capabilities.
Should corporations be given religious freedom? The case of Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. has opened the door for corporations to deny all kinds of protections and laws to their employees. What if the corporation in question was a car insurance company, and they did not want to cover their employees birth control? Would they still hold the same position if a citizen (or a whole state) claimed religious exemption to being forced to purchase car insurance?
Stock price remained constant at $16.25 and EPS, as noted before, increased from $0.91 to $1.04. PE, which is stock price divided by EPS, decreased from 17.89 to 15.62. This can be interpreted as investors are willing to pay less for Blaine. The final financial metric to look at is WACC. Before the debt leverage, Blaine’s WACC was only the cost of equity, as they had no debt.
SNC was able to increase its total firm value by $1,834,000 and its total equity value by $1,581,000, in 2012 dollars. On average, this attributed to an increase of approximately $203,778 a year in firm value. After a complete analysis of the company, SNC has proven and established itself as a trustworthy company, and it is expected that the market will reward SNC with lower risk. From 2010-2021, the equity multiplier decreased about four times from an average of 3.65 to an average of 1.10. The risks associated with taking on debt are mitigated due to SNC’s decreased leverage.
The company increased its long-term debt from 20 million to over 530 million from 2006 to 2011. This significantly increased its Debt to Equity Ratio from 0.18 to 1.17 over the previous fiver years. The increase in debt also hindered the company's current ratio and interest coverage ratio as time went on. As seen by the debt covenants and the decline in AP days, creditors began to feel uneasy about the amount of debt being taken on by the company. In a relatively short period of time a walnut distributor had taken the snack segment by storm and was poised to make a multi-billion dollar bid for Pringles.
On January 27, 2004, Martha Stewart stood on trial facing charges of conspiracy, obstruction, securities fraud, and lying to investigators in connection with the sale of her stock in ImClone, a biopharmaceutical company (Gibson, Warin, & Gassaway, 2008). Just three years earlier, Stewart sold her stocks that she had within the company. After two days, the organization 's stock dropped 16 percent when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said it had rejected the company’s new project of a drug, Erbitux, which was meant to be for cancer treatment (Leite, 2012). Stewart had controlled 4,000 shares of ImClone and by selling (or getting rid of, depending on who you ask) her shares, just before the FDA 's declaration, she kept away from
2. You are a new principal and are setting up interviews for a vacant position at your school. You will have an interview team comprised of 3 teachers, a parent and a board/ LSC member. You want to be sure they understand what questions can be asked of prospective employees and what is prohibited from being asked. You are working on the guidelines you will go through with the team regarding appropriate and inappropriate questions.
Reference: Anthony Ikejiaku (“Defendant”) v. MBF Leasing LLC (“Plaintiff”) To Whom It May Concern, my store was forced to close by the landlord who rented the property to my competitor across the street. I could not find any store within my reach to rent and I lost everything that I had. I slowly became depressed, stressed, and devastated. Up to this current time, I become upset or sadden at the memory of my lost store.
Name of Case: LaChance vs. Erickson Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit, and the U.S. Supreme Court Parties and their roles:. LaChance, director, Office of Personnel Management petitioner; Erickson et al Responded Relevant facts: Federal employees made false statements to agency investigators with respect to their misbehavior. The legal issue(s) raised: The legal issue raised was that the respondents, federal employees were charged by their agencies because each of them made false statements to the agency investigators with respect to their misconduct.
Name - Mayank Saxena Case write up: Louis Vuitton Executive Summary Louis Vuitton’s (LV) major source of revenue was Fashion and leather goods which was 35% as compared to other products and 20% of this revenue came from Japan, undoubtedly a strong hold in the Japanese markets, with that being said, there are a lot many opportunities for LV to exploit in terms of new and emerging markets like China and India, which have a lot of untapped potential. They can expand their market segment by targeting the middle class and upper middle class bracket, and diversify their target audience i.e. women by introducing clothing for men and children. The key to deal with the current situation of LV would be to reduce dependency on Japanese markets and
Citation: Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc. v. United States Facts: More people including black americans were starting to travel very recently but lodging for black americans was nonexistent or very limited which subdued and detoured black americans from traveling. Title II of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 declared it to be illegal for racial discrimination by places of public accommodation if their operations affect commerce. Heart of Atlanta Motel saw a great volume of its customer base to be out of state guest but refused to serve black americans traveling or serve black americans in any form. The motel believed congress overreached their power of authority and that it was unconstitutional increase of power by Congress to regulate
The company although very similar to Louis Rich in the white meat market, rather than investing in Louis rich the acquisition helps reduce cost and efficiently produce since the Turkey-time has excess capacity. Diversifying portfolio (Crabbies Inc.): Given the OM and LR have essentially been in the white and red meat space, a diversification of portfolio is the need of the hour. Although starting their own line of different foods can be detrimental given the past attempts at doing so, acquiring Crabbies Inc. which essentially clocks an annual revenue of 15million USD and is headquartered in Maine. The firm produces stimulated shellfish products(e.g. crabs, lobsters) made out of low cost materials. The second-best strategy would be the one suggested by Eric Stranger (VP – OM brand): Truly believes in the strength of the OM brand despite the rising concern among experts about the decline in the category as a
The court of Appeal stated that lapdancers are not employees. According to the case Stringfellow Restaurants Ltd v Quashie, lapdancers are not employees.