BUS 475 Quiz 8 Which if the following is not a legal right of stockholders? A reason for institutions becoming more assertive in promoting the interests of their member investors is: In 2010, median compensation for directors at the largest U.S. corporations was (rounded to the nearest $10): Corporate governance involves the exercise of control over a companyâ€™s: The mission of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is to: The directors of a company are a central factor in corporate governance because they: In response to concerns about the lack of transparency in financial accounting, Congress passed a new law called the: The Securities and Exchange Commission outlaws: The activism of institutional investors in other countries has been spearheaded by: Which of the following is not an instance of â€œinsider tradingâ€? The main reason that American executives are paid so much is: The board committee that administers and approves salaries and benefits of high-level managers in a company is called the: How are directors (members of corporate boards) selected? Which of the following arguments opposes the idea of high executive pay? Institutional investors are sometimes referred to as: Advertising that is targeted to particular customers, based on their observed online behavior, is called: Online shoppers have always been concerned that: Consumers have become more dependent on businesses for product quality because: In some cases, businesses have banded together to agree on how they will treat their customers. This is called: Which of the following limits the collection of information online from and about children under the age of 13? The act that requires lenders to inform borrowers of the annual rate of interest to be charged, plus related fees and services charges is called: When businesses adopt voluntary policies for protecting the privacy of individualsâ€™ information disclosed during electronic transactions, this is called: The law requiring that toys and infant products be tested before sale is called the: In the United States, which of the following agencies enforces the laws prohibiting deceptive advertising? A prime social responsibility of business is to safeguard consumers: Manufacturers making false or misleading claims about a competitorâ€™s product is: Which organization brings together 300 nonprofit groups to espouse the consumer viewpoint? An identifying marker placed on a userâ€™s computer hard drive during visits in order to identify the user during each subsequent visit and to build profiles of their behavior over time is called a: One alternative to product liability lawsuits is called: Which of the following is not a goal of consumer protection laws?