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EOPA MMoultrie2

entrepreneurship pathway

retained profit reserves the amount of profit which is kept back from a business for future investment
Profitability Ratios measures the company's ability to generate profits
Cash Flow Statement financial statement the shows the flow of money in and out of the business
Equity Financing money raised from within the firm, from operations or the sale of ownership in the firm
Industrial Goods physical products purchased by companies to produce other products.
A treasurer is responsible for... managing cash funds and raising new funds
Activity Ratios measure the effectiveness of the use of resources from an operational point of view.
Grading/Valuing grouping goods according to size and quality to determine prices for objects
Stakeholders Customers, employees, suppliers, dealers, bankers, media, people engaged in the community ect
Specialty Goods goods that are not mess-produced but rather assembled individually or in limited amounts
Created by: michellem99