Quick. The quick ratio is also known as the "acid test".
Speculative Grade Bond. "Junk Bond King" Michael Milken, who spent two years in prison, was listed among the richest people in America by Forbes.
Wal-Mart. S. Robson Walton ranked 8th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls Bentonville, AR home and was worth $15.6 billion.
Johnson & Johnson. Peterson had served as CEO for Johnson & Johnson since December 2012.
The Edsel. The Edsel was promoted by a top-rated television special, "The Edsel Show".
Formal Debt Contract. In an open agreement, the buyer signs a receipt and the seller records the sale in the sales ledger.
Boesky. Ivan Boesky was sentenced to three years in prison.
Variable. A variable is an element in a model.
London. The first official "Gold Fixing" occurred on September 12, 1919.
General Motors. H. Ross Perot founded EDS in Plano, Texas in 1962.
Generic Drugs. Patrick Soon-Shiong, ranked 78th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List, has called Los Angeles, CA home.
Three. "NAFTA" stands for the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Calvin Klein's Obsession. Unilever purchased the maker of Klein's fragrances in 1989 for $376.2 million.
Deere & Company. John Deere developed his first innovative product, a self-scouring steel plow, in 1837.
Price Fixing. In 2001, Roche was fined more than $1 billion for price fixing.
A Higher Coupon Bond. High yield bonds have a lower duration than low coupon bonds.
Hershey Trust. The Hershey Trust oversees the Hershey School, a school for orphaned children.
Dell. Michael Dell ranked 9th on "Forbes" 2006 Rich List calls Austin, TX home and was worth $15.5 billion.
Dave Thomas. Wendy's is named after Thomas's daughter, Melinda Lou, whose nickname was "Wendy".
0.38. GM reported a 2018 full-year earnings of $8.1 billion.