BSG Quiz 2 Essay

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BSG Quiz 2 Answers
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None of the above.

Based on information on the Help Screen for the Plant Operations Report (see the Plant Investment section), if a company adds new plant capacity at a cost of $40 million, then its annual depreciation costs will rise by (5%)




None of these.

Which one of the following actions is certain to result in higher production costs per branded pair at one of your company's plants?
The installation of plant upgrade option D

Increased expenditures for TQM/Six Sigma quality control

Increased spending for best practices training

Reducing the number of branded models/styles produced from 350 to 250

A 5% increase in the annual base wage that is accompanied by a 3% increase in worker productivity

In supplying private-label footwear to chain retailers, the sizes of a company's margins over direct costs should be

viewed as the net profit a company earns on private-label sales.

the money available to add to the company's retained earnings.

free cash flow, to be used as the company sees fit.

how much private-label sales added to the company's pretax profits, assuming that the company's margins on branded footwear were sufficient to cover all administrative expenses and all interest costs. how much the company received from private-label sales over and above materials costs and direct labor costs—these dollars can be used to help cover the company's income taxes and