# BUS 640 Uop courses/Uophelp

## BUS 640 Uop courses/Uophelp

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BUS 640 Week 1 DQ 1 Firm Objectives (Ash Course)

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Firm Objectives. Why do some business firms pursue a triple-bottom-line outcome while others focus only on profit maximization? Please, use a real company example to illustrate your points

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BUS 640 Week 1 Economics of Risk and Uncertainty Applied Problems

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BUS640 week 1 Assignment
Problem 1:
A generous university benefactor has agreed to donate a large amount of money for student scholarships. The money can be provided in one lump sum of \$12 million in Year 0 (the current year), or in parts, in which \$7 million can be provided at the end of Year 1, and another \$7 million can be provided at the end of Year 2.

Describe your answer for each item below in complete sentences, whenever it is necessary. Show all of your calculations and processes for the following points:

Assuming the opportunity interest rate is 8%, what is the present value of the second alternative mentioned above? Which of the two alternatives should be chosen and why?
How would your decision change if the opportunity interest rate is 12%?
Provide a description of a scenario where this kind of decision between two types of payment streams applies in the “real-world” business setting.

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BUS 640 Week 3 Production Cost Analysis and Estimation Applied Problems (New)

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We have another Set (old one) of Week 3 Assignment (But with different description, values), it can be found on this link

http://www.uophelp.com/BUS-640-(Ash)/BUS-640-Week-3-Production-Cost-Analysis-and-Estimation-Applied-Problems-(Ash-Course)

Production Cost Analysis and Estimation Applied Problems

Please complete the following two applied problems:

Problem 1:

William is the owner of a small pizza shop and is thinking of...