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BA301 Exam 3 (A+)

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1. Which country was not the target of international lawsuits announced in 2004 by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) for illegal file sharing? 

 A) Denmark

 B) Germany

 C) France

 D) Canada  

 

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2. Sustainable development: 

 A) meets the needs of the present while compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.

  B) gives precedence to environmental over economic considerations.

  C) balances economic and environmental considerations.

  D) sacrifices less important immediate needs in order to fulfill important future needs.

 

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3. Which of the following forms of corporate power is most legitimate? 

  A) When it is used to stabilize a particular form of government.

  B) When it is used to create employment opportunities irrespective of its social impact.

  C) When it is used to affirm broad public-based goals, values, and principles.

  D) When it is used to strengthen a nation's economy at the cost of foreign nations' social values.

 

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4. Antitrust cases are tried before: 

  A) a panel of judges.

  B) a jury.

  C) the Supreme Court.

  D) all of the above.

 

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5. One of the strongest reactions against blogging was from the government of:

  A) China.

  B) Singapore.

  C) Brazil.

  D) The United States.

 

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6. The practice of downloading copyrighted songs was challenged because it: 

  A) created congestion and overloaded demands on the servers.

  B) denied legitimate compensation to the recording artists.

  C) favored major recording companies and selective artists over others.

  D) resulted in bankruptcy for retail music outlets across the country.

 

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7. Under the new U.S. campaign contribution law, individuals: 

  A) can give more to PACs, and PACs can give more to individual candidates.

  B) can give more to PACs, but PACs cannot give more to each candidate.

  C) cannot give more to PACs, but PACs can give more to individual candidates.

  D) cannot give more to PACs, and PACs cannot give more to individual candidates.

 

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8. A CIO is the company's: 

  A) chief intelligence officer.

  B) chief information officer.

  C) coordinator of international operations.

  D) controller of internal overhead.

 

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9. Some critics consider antitrust law unsuitable for high-tech business because: 

  A) high-tech businesses are inherently unstable.

  B) the high-tech industry's barriers to entry are already low.

  C) dynamic technological change constantly changes the basis for competition.

  D) all of the above.

 

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10. A common tactic in a financial-incentive political strategy is: 

  A) lobbying.

  B) legal challenges.

  C) expert witness testimony.

  D) political contributions.

 

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11. Effective environmental management requires an integrated approach that involves: 

  A) a team of line managers within a business organization.

  B) leadership from top-level executives who make all corporate decisions.

  C) all parts of the organization, as well as strong partnerships with stakeholders.

  D) none of the above.

 

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12. Continuing activities indefinitely, without altering the carrying capacity of the earth's ecosystem, is a characteristic of: 

  A) an ecologically sustainable organization.

  B) concerned citizens.

  C) a code of environmental conduct.

  D) environmental regulation.

 

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13. Depletion of the ozone layer, destruction of the rain forests, and species extinctions all have an impact on: 

  A) all of society.

  B) a particular region.

  C) a particular nation.

  D) none of society.

 

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14. In 2003, the United Nations General Assembly considered three proposals aimed at human cloning. The proposal strongly pushed by the US: 

  A) called for a ban of reproductive cloning.

  B) called for the fate of therapeutic cloning to be determined by individual nations.

  C) called for a ban of all types of cloning.

  D) argued that the issue should be deferred for a couple of years.

 

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15. In the 2000 U.S. presidential election, the Teamsters: 

  A) exclusively supported Al Gore.

  B) mostly supported Al Gore, but gave some support to George Bush.

  C) exclusively supported George Bush.

  D) gave equal amounts to Al Gore and George Bush.

 

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16. Public policies and government regulations are shaped by: 

  A) business.

  B) special interest groups.

  C) government officials.

  D) all of the above.

 

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17. Repeatedly technology has erupted and has exerted tremendous influence on: 

  A) business.

  B) humankind.

  C) the world.

  D) all of the above.

 

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18. The digital divide describes the gap between those: 

  A) individuals who have technology and those who do not.

  B) businesses who use e-business and those who do not.

  C) hospitals who use online information and those who do not.

  D) individuals who have broadband technology and those who do not.

 

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19. The phase of technology that focuses on building material goods and manual labor is: 

  A) agrarian.

  B) service.

  C) industrial.

  D) information.

 

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20. The study of how living things interact with one another in a unified natural system is called: 

  A) Anthropology

  B) Zoology

  C) Ecology

  D) Sociology

 

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21. What type of merger would it be if a company that sold tires merged with a company that manufactured tires?

  A) Vertical

  B) Horizontal

  C) Conglomerate

  D) Automotive

 

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22. Which country has made the greatest progress in reducing its solid waste stream? 

  A) United Kingdom

  B) Germany

  C) Japan

  D) United States

 

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23. Which of the following is not an example of how the concentration of corporate power can harm society? 

  A) By fixing prices

  B) By weakening unions and communities

  C) By providing economic opportunities to developing societies

  D) By disproportionately influencing politics

 

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24. Which of the following statements is not true about eco-efficiency? 

  A) Eco-efficient companies are those that add the most value with the least use of resources and pollution.

  B) Prices for eco-efficient products reflect the true cost of environmental as well as other resources.

  C) Eco-efficiency is only possible in the presence of open and competitive markets.

  D) Prices for eco-efficient products reflect highly inflated costs of environmental resources.

 

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25. Which of the following is indicative of a firm in the pollution prevention stage of the corporate environmental responsibility model? 

  A) Realizing that it would be less efficient and more expensive to prevent pollution before it is created.

  B) Focusing on all environmental impacts of the product life-cycle.

  C) Minimizing or eliminating waste before it is created.

  D) Incurring losses due to environmental costs.

 

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