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  • Company that knows how to lead, a company that knows how to crush the opposition, and a company that a majority abide by.
  • Economies Scale=Knowing how to expand to reduce costs and make more profit
  • Get Lazy, Inefficient – shown on graph, the bottom of the AC curve is most efficient place, when graphed, it does not hit the AC curve, it is slightly to the left.
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    • 1. Titans
    • 2. Monopoly
      One or occasionally a few firms dominate the market. Some industries are natural monopolies, such as water supply and basic power generation.
    • 3. Topics to be discussed
      The Nature of a Monopoly
      Our Strengths (We have many)
      Our weaknesses (what weaknesses?)
      Our methods of determining costs, profits, and revenues.
      The impact we have on an Economy
    • 4. Nature of a Monopoly
      Only company in a Market.
      Builds numerous (expand) Barriers of Entry to keep monopoly status.
      Sells unique ideas
      Specialized methods of execution are not shared
    • 5. Strengths
      WE know how to stay on top
      Understand how to eliminate opposition
      Know how to expand
      Dominance over natural resources
      Economies of scale = Successful
      Capital Requirements
      Superiority in Technology
    • 6. Weaknesses
      Diseconomies of scale is experienced after a time being a monopoly
      Get Lazy
      Inefficient as shown on the graph
    • 7. Impact on the Economy
      Discourage entry of new firms
      Control the market price
      Control the market supply
      Limits available choices in market
    • 8. Proposed Product
    • 9. Proposed Product
    • 10. Proposed Product
    • 11. CA Branded Stationeries