1. What does IPO stand for in the corporate sector?
A. Initial Public Offering
B. International Portfolio Option
C. Initial Private Offering
D. International Public Ownership
2. What is a shareholder in a corporation?
A. A partial owner of the company
B. A customer of the company
C. An employee of the company
D. A board member of the company
3. Which of the following is a legal form of business where owners have limited personal liability for the company's debts or liabilities?
C. Sole proprietorship
4. What is the term for a corporation that operates in multiple countries?
A. Multinational Corporation (MNC)
B. Transnational Corporation (TNC)
C. International Corporation (IC)
D. Global Corporation (GC)
5. What does CSR stand for in the corporate sector?
A. Corporate Social Responsibility
B. Corporate Sustainability Reporting
C. Corporate Stock Revenue
D. Corporate Sustainability Responsibility
6. Which financial statement provides an overview of a company's revenues and expenses over a specific period of time?
A. Income Statement
B. Balance Sheet
C. Cash Flow Statement
D. Statement of Retained Earnings
7. What is the primary purpose of a board of directors in a corporation?
A. To provide strategic guidance and oversight
B. To handle daily operational tasks
C. To represent the shareholders in negotiations
D. To handle marketing and advertising
8. What is the meaning of the term "dividend" in the corporate sector?
A. A portion of a company's profit distributed to shareholders
B. A type of debt a company takes on
C. A fund set aside for emergencies
D. A form of equity financing
9. What is the process of combining two or more companies into a single entity known as in the corporate sector?
10. Which term refers to the formal written agreement outlining the terms and conditions of a corporate bond?
11. A publicly-traded company is one that:
A. Has shares available for purchase by the general public
B. Is owned by a single individual
C. Is not profitable
D. Operates in multiple countries
12. Which term refers to a group of people elected by shareholders to oversee the company's management and make strategic decisions?
A. Board of Directors
B. Shareholders' Committee
C. Executive Board
D. Management Team
13. What is the meaning of the term "market capitalization" in the corporate sector?
A. The total value of a company's outstanding shares
B. The company's annual revenue
C. The company's total assets
D. The company's total liabilities
14. A "blue-chip" company refers to a corporation that:
A. Is financially stable and well-established
B. Is in the early stages of development
C. Has a high debt-to-equity ratio
D. Has a small market capitalization
15. What does M&A stand for in the corporate sector?
A. Mergers and Acquisitions
B. Management and Administration
C. Marketing and Advertising
D. Manufacturing and Automation
16. What is the term for the process of bringing a new product or service to market in the corporate sector?
A. Product Launch
B. Market Expansion
D. Market Penetration
17. Which term refers to a company's plan for how it will compete successfully and achieve its goals?
B. Mission Statement
C. Vision Statement
18. What is the primary function of a corporate bond in the financial market?
A. To raise capital for the company
B. To provide voting rights to shareholders
C. To pay dividends to shareholders
D. To ensure employee benefits
19. What does ROI stand for in the corporate sector?
A. Return on Investment
B. Return on Income
C. Return on Interest
D. Return on Integrity
20. What is the meaning of the term "downsizing" in the corporate sector?
A. Reducing the number of employees in a company
B. Expanding the company's operations
C. Increasing the company's debt
D. Diversifying the company's product line