A wholly owned subsidiary is a company whose common stock is 100% owned by another company, called the parent company.
Black Scholes model is a model of price variation over time of financial instruments such as stocks that can, among other things, be used to determine the price of a European call option.
Goodwill impairment is goodwill that has become or is considered to be of lower value than at the time or purchase.
A quasi contract is a legal agreement created by the courts between two parties who did not have a previous obligation to each other.
Solvency is the ability of a company to meet its long-term financial obligations.
Economic profit (or loss) is the difference between the revenue received from the sale of an output and the opportunity cost of the inputs used.
Administrative expenses are the expenses that an organization incurs not directly tied to a specific function such as manufacturing/production or sales.
The coase theorem is a legal and economic theory that affirms that where there are complete competitive markets with no transactions costs, an efficient set of inputs and outputs to and from production-optimal distribution will be selected, regardless of how property rights are divided.
Activity capacity refers to an activity’s upper threshold of performance based on historical results and future expectations.
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