Top Company Quizzes & Trivia

What do you think a company is? You may know the names and products of some large companies but is that all you know? If you want to exercise your brain, you can try taking one of our specially created company quizzes. Do you know the difference between a private and a public limited company in the United Kingdom? Are you aware of what a just-stock company, or a trust, is in the United States of America?

How much do you know about shares and stocks? Do you know what a parent company is? In the UK what is a partnership, and under what circumstance might it be called a company? If you think your knowledge of companies is first class, then have a go at our company quizzes and see how high class you really are. 

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  • In the assigned reading by Ash, Berg, & Coeira (2004) when a “U.K. hospital supplanted the telephoning of results by laboratory staff with installation of a results-reporting system in an emergency department and on the medical admissions ward, the results were devastating: ‘‘The results from 1,443/3,228 (45%) of urgent requests from accident and emergency and 529/ 1836 (29%) from the admissions ward were never accessed via the ward terminal. . . . In up to 43/1,443 (3%) of the accident and emergency test results that were never looked at, the findings might have led to an immediate change in patient management.” Why did this happen?
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