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The author concludes that the current board members of Consolidated Industries exigently ought to be substituted because they abandon the problem of increased expenses on employee benefits. To substantiate this conclusion, the author points out that the computer hardware division confronted with the diminished profits below projections, the decreased product lines, and the higher expenses…

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The argument above suggests replacing the existing board of executives because of their lack of concern in conpany’s affairs. Inspite of poor performance and increased expenditures of computer hardware division, the board has approved a staggering amount of package for company’s new Chief operating officer. The argument is based on assumptions for which there is…