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Tesco Plc Mc Donald's Oxfam EBay online compared

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Tesco Plc Mc Donald's Oxfam EBay online What is the business ownership? This business is a private sector business. It is owned by shareholders. It is possible to buy share through the Stock Exchange. Tesco Controls, Inc. controls the business. For those who put their money in the business, their expectation is Tesco can sustain relatively high domestic returns on capital. This business is a private sector business which means it is owned by individuals. And it is impossible to buy shares through the Stock Exchange. As it is a franchise business, so franchisees control the business. For those who put their money in the business, their expectation is to make more profits. ...read more.

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Many people employed this business, and the sales turnover is big. This business size is big. Oxfam works in over 70 countries worldwide The scale of operation is local, and we can see it along the streets. The sales turnover of Oxfam is big. This business' size is big, many people employed it, because it is convinient to buy stuffs. This is a global business, it has many websites in different languages.the sale turnover of this business is big. The Main(Core) Activity The main(core) activity of this business is retailing and selling. This business carries out its activities by selling goods and providing services. ...read more.

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This business supplies goods and services free because it can get more customers to buy the stuffs. This business is also trying to be environmentally friendly, because it can make the image better. The main purpose of this business is not to maximise profits. This business suppies goods and services free because it can get more customers. This business is also trying to be environmentally friendly, because it can get them more customers. This business does not maximise profits, also, because stuffs all cheap in Oxfam, it does not supply goods free. This business is to maximise profits. The business suppies goods on internet, and get the profit. This business does not supply goods and services free, because it is really cheaper than somewhere else. ...read more.

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