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Mainline Airways was bought by its employees six years ago. [#permalink]
05 Sep 2005, 07:39
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Mainline Airways was bought by its employees six years ago. Three years ago, Mainline hired QualiCo Advertising Agency to handle its promotions and advertising division. Today Mainlineâ€™s profits are over 20 percent higher than they were five years ago and 10 percent higher than they were three years ago. Employee ownership and a good advertising agency have combined to make Mainline more profitable.
Which of the following best describes the weak point in the argument above?
(A) It fails to establish a causal connection between the change in ownership at Mainline Airways and the hiring of QualiCo, on the one hand, and the rise in Mainlineâ€™s profits, on the other.
(B) It presents no evidence showing that employee-owned airlines are any more profitable than other airlines.
(C) It assumes that the profits of Mainline Airways will continue to rise.
(D) It gives no exact figures for the current profits of Mainline Airways.
(E) It fails to explain how the profits of Mainline Airways are calculated.
(A) Looks like consensus is A, however, I don't really understand what it is stating. Can someone explain?
(B) Out of scope
(C) Mainline is more profitable as of its current state. How profitable it will or will not become in the future is irrelevant.
(D) Main idea is that Mainline is more profitable, so exact figures are not necessary
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