ID #: 502 Name of the business: Cartwright Lumber Company Nature of the business: Retail distribution of lumber products Overview The Cartwright Lumber Company had been found in 1994 as a partnership by Mark Cartwright and his brother-in-law Henry Stark. Later in 2001, Mr. Cartwright bought out Stark’s shares and incorporated the business. Now, Mr. Cartwright is a sole owner and president of the company. The business is located in the Pacific Northwest region and does the retail distribution of lumber products in the local area. Plywood, moldings, and sash and door are some of the typical products of the company.
The restaurant’s owner and matriarch is a Certified Sommelier and trained chef as is her daughter. They have been wowing visitors to their casual upscale bar and restaurant since 2004.
For any civilization or colony to develop, there will be obstacles that get in the way of settling. Early civilizations like ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Indus Valley all dealt with difficulties of creating an advanced system of living. When early settlers sailed to the New World, they attempted to create settlements. Many failed, but some persevered through the obstacles that faced them. Charles Town, South Carolina was one of the settlements that was successful. This colony was the first settlement to be developed in South Carolina. Charles Town was named after King Charles II who granted the Carolina's to Eight Lord Proprietors. Lord Proprietor Anthony Ashley Cooper had an idea of creating a large port town that could import and export goods with Great Britain. He developed the colony at Albemarle Point on the Ashley River in 1670. It was later renamed Charles Town in honor of the King. Making Charles Town a successful colony was not easy. Why was settling in Charles Town difficult? Charles Town was difficult to settle because of the layouts of maps, resources, and diseases.
Objective National Bank of Canada ("NBC" or "the Bank") is tasked with the decision to review Dawson Lumber Company Limited's ("Dawson") request for an increase in its line of credit up to the amount of $10.8mm. Dawson intends to finance inventory and receivables with the line of credit. NBC must remain cognizant of the competitive landscape of the lumber industry and assess whether a focus on the retail segment is beneficial to Dawson's strategic plan. Given that Dawson is one of the region's largest borrowers, NBC must be careful in how it manages this relationship. The Bank cannot afford to turn away NBC's business. However, extending Dawson additional credit may increase Dawson's default risk and jeopardize the potential for NBC
In addition to all of those weapons that were found, there were a lot of artifacts. Since the Levi Jordan Plantation was established in 1848, there are only a few artifacts that aren’t damaged. One of the undamaged artifacts is carved bone that is based on African religious sites across the south. These indicate the status for these four particular slave cabins. They were thought to be the blacksmith, political leader, curer/conjurer, and the carver. The Political Leader was like our mayor or governor and made most of the important decisions. The Curer was probably more based on South African legend than true medical remedies. He was most likely a little bit like our pastor, in that he conveyed religious beliefs to the other enslaved people. The carver worked a little bit with the curer and made him some carvings, but
Case Number and Title United States Court of Appeals Seventh Circuit, Case Number 06-4335 Hunt Construction Group Inc. vs. Allianz Global Risks U.S. Insurance Company Parties Involved • Hunt Construction Group Inc.; Plaintiff-Appellant • Allianz Global Risks U.S. Insurance Company; Defendant-Appellee • Seventh Circuit of Appeals Presiding Judges: o Richard A. Posner o Joel M. Flaum o Daniel A. Manion Project Specifications (Name, Type, Contract Amount, Location) Name: Edward H. McNamara Midfield Terminal (Northwest WorldGateway) Type: Airport Main Terminal Contract Value: $420M Location: Detroit, Michigan Place and Date of Case Place: Detroit, Michigan Date Decided: October 1st, 2007 Summary: The Plaintiff, Hunt Construction The insurance policy issued to hunt did cover fire damage, as most builders risk policies due; however, it also covered almost every other kind of damage that a construction company might encounter as well, and Hunts damages were mostly caused due to water damage. In order for Allianz to call the builders risk policy a fire insurance policy, and subject the policy to have the Plaintiff seek indemnification that was not caused by fire or means covered in a “fire insurance policy”, there are several ramifications involved.
Subject: Butler Lumber Company Problem: Whether Mr. Mark Butler should go ahead with financing from Northrop National Bank or should stay with Suburban National Bank.
Q1-1. Why has Clarkson Lumber borrowed increasing amounts despite its consistent profitability? Because they have faced cash shortage trouble. Their profitability has grown for 1993 ~ 1995 period, as we can see from their I/S (e.g. Sales and Net Income, etc.). However, as its business size grows, their A/R increased, which means that it is getting difficult to collect cash. On the other hand, A/P decreased for the same period, which means that the company paid cash for A/P, resulting in critical cash shortage. Furthermore, the A/P payment period is shorter than A/R collection periods, the company’s cash problem happens to be accelerated.
Charming accommodations were designed, built and are maintained by dedicated owners; Nate and Rhonda Powell, on what once was the family farm. Originally owned by Nate’s great- grandfather; Billy Mires, and was a working farm till 2005. Now the grounds are adorned with inviting cottages, beautiful flower gardens and inspirational ponds.
On 8-22-2015 Officers were dispatched to a disturbance at 1481 Chapman Ave. Upon arrival Officer Prugel and I Officer Butram spoke with Daniel Wolfe, Bud Wolfe, and Charmin Wolfe. Charmin and Bud stated they were having a problem with their son Daniel. Bud stated Daniel was arguing with his mother about her not giving him money to go get food.
Growing up in a rural area in Old Monroe, Missouri, Karen Sachs was a very opinionated individual that grew up based upon the morals of her family and church. Not only did she have her family and church background, she also had a father who was a military man. With her dad being involved in the military there was a lot of structured and strict lifestyle that was brought into the household.
Franklin Redevelopment Housing Authority My paper purpose is to show you how a housing authority location assist the communities with tutorial programs, Section 8, health factors, and safety, parenting classes to help people with low income to be able to rent a home at an affordable price.
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Introduction BatesManor has to decide how their money will be spent on promotional activities. It is possible to spend more promotional money on communicating to retailers or for consumer advertising. Also, another option is to spend all of the money towards one promotional strategy.
Butler Lumber Case Study Solution Options: The Butler Lumber Company (BLC) could obtain from Suburban National Bank maximum loan of $250,000 in which his property would be used to secure the loan. Northrop National Bank is considering BLC a line of credit (LOC) of up to $465,000. BLC would have to sever ties with Suburban National if they were to have this LOC extended to them.