Cal sells “DownSize,” a weight-reduction program, from a Web site, in competition with Eat-Less Inc.’s product “Fit ‘n Trim.” Eat-Less files a suit against Cal, alleging in part that he is a sole proprietor, but his enterprise should be deemed a different form of business. Cal’s enterprise should most likely be considered
a. a corporation because DownSize is sold online.
b. a franchisee because DownSize is sold in competition to Fit ‘n Trim.
c. a sole proprietorship because Cal is a sole proprietor.
d. no form of business entity because Cal has no formal organization.
c. a sole proprietorship because Cal is a sole proprietor