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  • Experience Technology - Chapter 8 Capital and Time Mr. Bryant
  • Capital Resources
    • Finance
      • The management of money.
  • Capital Resources (continued)
    • Capital
    • All of the goods, properties,
    • buildings, and equipment a
    • company owns.
      • Buildings
      • Land
      • Equipment
      • Vehicles
      • Buildings
      • Goods
  • Sources of Capital
    • Interest
    • A fee charged for using money .
  • Sources of Capital
    • Stock
    • A share of a company .
  • Sources of Capital
    • Dividends
    • Money received for each share of stock.
  • Profit and Expenses
    • Cash Flow
    • A comparison of a businesses income and expenses.
    • Negative = Expenses are greater than Income.
    • Positive = Income is greater than Expenses.
  • Profit and Expenses
    • Profit
    • An amount determined by subtracting expenses from income.
    • INCOME – EXPENSES = +/- PROFIT/LOSS
  • Time in the Workplace
    • Time is money.
    • Time is the measurement of how long it takes something to happen.
    • Saving time is important.
    • Products produced quickly cost less.
    • Technology saves us time.
    • Improvements in transportation allow us to move products faster than ever before.
    • Moving products quickly affects price and quality.
  • Time in the Workplace
    • People who run businesses must manage
    • Time
    • Capital
    • Employees
  • Consumers
    • Concerned about durability and life expectancy of a product.