2. (10 pts.) Referring to the table below, hiring a driver costs $10. Each machine costs $100. Which method should he use and why?
3. (10 pts.) Enron will be an example of a dysfunctional company for many years to come. It was clearly a company riddled with fraud and excess and its conduct drove it into bankruptcy.
The text argues that individual behavior was not at the core of Enron’s problems. What were the problems with this corporation from an organizational architecture point of view? finance
4. (10 pts.) For many corporations such as utility companies, a major portion of the cost of production is fixed in the short run.
Should these very large fixed costs be ignored when the executives are making output and pricing decisions? Why?