The process within which without any legal right to do so, one’s occupying real property or having physically possessing a material object.
If A has the right of property, and B by unlawful means has gained possession this is an injury to adjective. This is a bare or naked possession.
Companies and entrepreneurs always look for a nascent market as they can get ahead in the learning curve of the market. By the time a new competitor comes this company already has established control over the market.They enjoy uninterrupted operation in this market before these competitors and rules and regulations follow them.
E-commerce in India, for example, was a nascent market 3-4 years back. There were too few websites which operated. Flipkart pounded on the opportunity and developed a good control over this market in the past years. Soon sites like Snapdeal, Amazon, Myntra etc followed and government regulations over the investments from foreign investors in these businesses were applied.
Also called the cost of carry or, simply carry, the difference between the cost of financing the purchase of an asset and the asset's cash yield. Positive carry means that the yield earned is greater than the financing cost; negative carry means that the financing cost exceeds the yield earned.
Included in the net financing cost is net interest expense which increased by $33 million to $296 million for the three months ended June 30, 2018, as compared to $263 million for the three months ended March 31, 2019.
Is the difference between the present value of cash inflows and the present value of cash outflows over a period of time. NPV is used in capital budgeting and investment planning to analyze the profitability of a projected investment or project.
For example, assume that an investor could choose a $100 payment today or in a year. A rational investor would not be willing to postpone payment. However, what if an investor could choose to receive $100 today or $105 in a year? If the payer was reliable, that extra 5% may be worth the wait, but only if there wasn’t anything else the investors could do with the $100 that would earn more than 5%.
A total revenue in an accounting period minus all expenses during the same period.
Businesses use net income to calculate their earnings per share. Business analysts often refer to net income as the bottom line since it is at the bottom of the income statement. Analysts in the United Kingdom know NI as profit attributable to shareholders.
An amount by which income from sales is larger than all expenditure.
The formula for net profit is as follows: Total Revenue -Total Expenses = Net Profit. Let's look at a hypothetical income statement for Company XYZ for the year ended December 31, 2008. Total Revenue $100,000. Cost of Goods Sold ($ 20,000). Gross Profit $ 80,000. Operating Expenses: Salaries $10,000. Rent $10,000. Utilities $ 5,000. Depreciation $ 5,000. Total Operating Expenses ($ 30,000). Interest Expense ($ 10,000). Taxes ($ 10,000). Net Profit $ 30,000. By using the formula we can see that Net Profit = $100,000 - $20,000 - $30,000, - $10,000 - $10,000 = $30,000.
The difference between a company’s current assets, such as cash, accounts receivable (customers’ unpaid bills) and inventories of raw materials and finished goods, and its current liabilities, such as accounts payable.
For example, a hair salon with assests of $160,000 and liabilities of $65,000 has the net working capital which equals $95,000.
Information technology used for interlinking business processes and economic activity.
Online communities like LinkedIn and Twitter continually evolve with respect to their service offerings, providing a wider set of products as their online communities continue to grow.
An act of making contact and exchanging information with other people, groups and institutions to develop mutually beneficial relationships, or to access and share information between computers.
The linking of a number of firms or business units within a firm in order to develop a supply chain for a product. This could involve, for example, business unit (A) supplying components to business unit (B) which assembles these components into a final product which is then marketed by business unit (C)
A development of a new brand and often a new offering for a product class that has not been previously served by the organizations.
A simple example here is Uber. The rideshare app category didn’t exist until Uber invented it. You’ll know you’re successful in changing the game when people say things like “My company is the Uber of food delivery.” The advantage to this strategy is you’ll be the default market leader because you created the category.
A quite certain section of a market in which you are trying to meet the needs of that market.
The segment that is chosen to produce content or act as an Affiliate. Finances, Relationships, and Cooking are examples of niches.
A systematic and an organized group meeting held among the members to facilitate decision making by properly identifying the problems and generating the solutions thereof.
Group of accountants working on improving a management report has a strongly structured work style, and consequently use NGT rather than Brainstorming to come up with the right format.
Are shares that give the shareholder little or no vote on corporate issues such as mergers or the election of the board of directors. This kind of share might appeal to investors who want to reap rewards from a company's performance but are less interested in influencing its direction.
Many countries including Britain, Germany and Russia have laws or policies against non-voting stock. In the US not all corporations offer voting stock and non-voting stock. Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway does, for example: its Class B stock carries 1/10,000th of the voting rights of the Class A stock, but 1/1,500th of the dividend.
A mark of the cost to a consumer, other than money, to buy a product; the non-monetary price of purchasing a product includes the time devoted to shopping for it and the risk taken that it will deliver the expected benefits.
Non-monetary price is an important concept in social marketing - for example, the price of avoiding the cancellation of a driver licence is the abstinence from alcohol if driving.
A negative response to innovations and inventions from sources outside the venture’s own research and development activities.
The reasons for not wanting to use the work of others are varied, but some can include a desire to support a local economy instead of paying royalties to a foreign license-holder, fear of patent infringement, lack of understanding of the foreign work, an unwillingness to acknowledge or value the work of others, jealousy, or forming part of a wider turf war.