COMMANDER THEORY Definition

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COMMANDER THEORY holds that the goals of the managers of the entity are as equally important as the stockholders. The theory assumes that the "commanders" view will transpose the view of the investor.

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WORKING CAPITAL STATEMENT (WCS) is part of the financial statements "Statements of Cash Flows or Changes in Financial Position." The WCS normally includes sections covering: Sources of Working Capital, Uses of Working Capital, and Working Capital Changes.

BUSINESS ENTITY is a selection of the legal form under which a business is to operate: sole proprietorship, general partnership, corporation, S corporation (in the U.S.), or, a limited liability company.

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