• anonymous
Which of the following transactions is most similar to the actions of joint-stock companies during the Age of Exploration?
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  • anonymous
a.the founder of a small electronics company sells his business to a larger rival for a very large one time payment. b. a farmer grows a large field of spinach after learning that many of his customers prefer it to any other vegetable. c. an oil company owner convinces investors to help pay for a new oil refinery in exchange for a portion of the refinery's profits. d. a large restaurant chain donates large sums of money to politicians in an attempt to influence their decisions.
  • Megatronprime
I honestly don't know, and I don't want you to get it wrong. :(
  • anonymous
ok ty

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