[solved] A "cash hog" type of business
is one that is losing money and requires cash infusions from its corporate parent to continue operations.
is one that has substantially more current liabilities than current assets.
generates negative cash flows from internal operations and thus requires cash infusions from its corporate parent to report a profit.
is a business that faces a liquidity crisis due to declining sales revenues and profits.
generates cash flows that are too small to fully fund its operations and growth--such businesses require periodic cash infusions by the corporate parent to provide additional working capital and finance new capital investment.