Computers in Business. Jeopardy. Rules:. Each class member must belong to one of the teams. Teams will take turns answering questions. Each class member will take his/her turn to answer questions when his/her team has control. Teams will receive or lose points according to responses.
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A Company that is registered by a state and operates apart from its owners ?
A Person who recognizes a business opportunity and organizes, manages, and assumes the risks of starting and operating a business.
An organization or company who is not in business to make a profit, rather they usually provide some type of service.
A business owned by two or more people who share its risks and rewards.
A business owned by one person.
Money supplied by investors, banks or owners of a business. Start up money used to pay for various assets and expenses of new business.
The amount or quantity of goods and services that consumers are willing to buy at various prices.
The people employed in a business, commonly referred to as personnel.
The amount of goods and services that producers will provide at various prices..
A phrase which means the stock market is going down.
Ownership of a stock in a company, or also, how much money your stock is worth minus the amount you owe.
A fee charged by brokers for their services.
Shares in the ownership of a corporation.
An investment strategy in which you spread out your investment dollars among different markets, sectors, industries, and securities.
An IOU that a company or government sells when it borrows money.
A uniform method of identifying municipal, U.S. Government, or corporate bonds. A unique nine digit number assigned to each security.
Symbols used to give indications of relative credit quality.
The principle amount of a bond or note due at maturity, also referred to as face value.
Compensation paid or to be paid for the use of money. Generally expressed as a percentage.
The process of planning, pricing, promoting, selling, and distributing ideas, goods, and services.
Marketing Mix, the four main elements: product, place, price, promotion.
What makes consumers want to purchase or buy a company’s goods or services.
Marketing that helps companies focus on the people most likely to buy their goods or services.
Different forms for promoting your ideas or products to consumers: magazines, newspapers, TV , direct mail, radio, internet, and billboards.
The text on a publication such as a brochure, newsletter, or advertisement.
A set a characters such as letters and numbers with a common general design and shape. Also called typeface.
Background space with no text or graphic.
The parts of a design, includes balance, proportion, contrast, focus, color, and consistency.
Computer formats that clip art or pictures are saved in usually .gif or .jpeg
Certificate of Deposit. Type of saving account that requires a specified amount of money be deposited for a set period of time.
The possibility of loss or injury.
The coding of the internet. Hyper Text Mark-Up Language.
A one to five character symbol used to represent a company when you are buying or selling stock.
Persistent, risk taking, self-confident, restless, goal oriented, action-orientated, responsible, self-demanding, creative, independent, inquisitive, and enthusiastic.
What is a Corporation ?
Who is an Entrepreneur ?
What is a Non-Profit organization ?
What is a Partnership ?
What is a Sole Proprietorship ?
What is Capital ?
What is Demand ?
What are Goods ?
What are Human Resources ?
What is Supply ?
What is a Bear Market ?
What is Equity ?
What is Commission ?
What is Stock ?
What is Diversification ?
What is a Bond ?
What is a CUSIP Number ?
What is the Bond Rating?
What is the Par Value ?
What is Interest ?
What is Marketing ?
What are the 4 P’s of Marketing ?
What is Consumer Motivation ?
What is a Target Market?
What is Advertising Media ?
What is Copy ?
What is Font ?
What is White Space ?
What are Design Elements ?
What are Graphic Formats ?
What is a CD ?
What is Risk ?
What is HTML ?
What is a Ticker Symbol?
What are Entrepreneurial Traits?
Collection of stocks, bonds, and other securities owned by a group of investors.
What is a Mutual Fund ?