請依下文回答第 21 題至第 25 題 What is a social enterprise? Social enterprises occupy the middle ground between nonprofit organizations (NPO)and profit-oriented businesses and are thus sometimes described as socialist at heart, capitalist in mind. While someNPOs conduct commercial activities and generate surplus revenues, experts point out that they do not focus oncompeting in the marketplace. By contrast, social enterprises attempt to maximize profits by providing a better productor service than market rivals. They do not rely on collecting donations for high-flown goals, but instead compete toearn greater profits than other commercial organizations. Unlike NPOs, social enterprises pay equal attention to socialvalues and profit-making capabilities. Social enterprises can take one of several forms: community organizations, cooperative ventures, NPO spinoffprojects, stand-alone ventures, or traditional companies restructured to advance social causes. While companiesemploy corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives as a passive form of self-regulation to address theirenvironmental and social impacts, social enterprises actively endeavor to solve social problems. 【題組】24 Which of the following is closest in meaning to the underlined word “spinoff”?
(A)start-up (B)revenue (C)by-product (D)spinning top