1. 2. represents the value that would be returned to a company's shareholders if all of the assets were liquidated
  2. 3. : a method of business expansion by which the owner of a business
  3. 9. is money borrowed by one party from another
  4. 10. work that supports a business but does not produce a tangible commodity
  5. 12. A method of direct distribution that uses the internet to sell products directly to consumers
  6. 18. liability:a common entity US businesses use as a Canadian subsidiary or to hold Canadian assets.
  7. 20. Shares represent ownership of a company
  8. 22. A business owned by members who utilize the goods and services offered.
  9. 23. :an individual or company that sells or grants a franchise for the sale of goods or the operation of a service.
  1. 1. a company that does business in a select few countries around the world
  2. 4. combining of multiple elements, particularly corporations, into one
  3. 5. alliance: an arrangement between two companies to undertake a mutually beneficial project while each retains its independence.
  4. 6. a business that can be owned and controlled by an individual, a company or a limited liability partnership.
  5. 7. a partnership is a relationship in which two or more people, organizations, or countries work together as partners.
  6. 8. The part of a corporation's profit after taxes that each shareholder receives.
  7. 11. the business where economic transactions are conducted within the geographical boundaries of the one country.
  8. 13. practice of outsourcing operations overseas
  9. 14. The term manufacturing refers to the processing of raw materials or parts into finished goods through the use of tools, human labor, machinery, and chemical processing.
  10. 15. A borrower's ability to carry debt and pay the debt when it is due (one of the three cs of credit).
  11. 16. person or institution that has invested money in a corporation in exchange for a “share” of the ownership.
  12. 17. A business owned by, but existing separately from, its shareholders.
  13. 19. A person who takes risks and starts a venture to solve a problem or to take advantage of an opportunity; a person who provides an innovative product or service to meet a consumer's want or need.
  14. 21. ventures: responsible for profits, losses, and costs associated with it.