In a recent Sweetgreen survey about new menu items, one question is, "How much do you like the new seasonal salad on the menu? C
heck one: dislike, dislike slightly, do not dislike or like, like slightly, like a great deal." This is an example of a(n) ____ question. a. open-ended
d. fixed-alternative response
e. Both a and d.
There are different types of funds. The expressions is equal to the total proceeds of a mutual fund net is the asset value times number of shares.
A mutual fund is known to be a type of financial tool that is made up of a combination of money collected from many investors to invest in securities such as stocks, bonds, money market instruments etc.
A mutual fund's portfolio is known to be well laid out and maintained to meet up with the investment objectives as given in the bronchure. The Net asset value (NAV) is shown by a fund's per share market value.
Answer: A. The most fundamental concepts of what is right and what is wrong are universal and transcend most all cultures, societies, and religions; thus, it is entirely appropriate to expect all members of society (including all personnel of all companies worldwide) to conform to universal ethical standards.
Ethical Universalism means that even though humans across most cultures and societies were divided by geography for ages and so developed in isolation for a time, they still adopted similar standards on what was right and what was wrong.
As a result, the most fundamental concepts of right and wrong are a shared variable across most cultures which means that in business, it is indeed possible to expect a global set of ethical standards that all people can subscribe to.