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A stock sells for $10 per share. You purchase 100 shares for $10 a share (i.e., for $1000), and after a year the price rises to $17.50. What will be the percentage return on your investment if you bought the stock on margin and the margin requirement was (a) 25 percent, (b) 50 percent, and…

The three types of Compensation and Benefits

Compensation and Benefits comes in many different forms. The major goal for compensation and benefits is to reward employees for services provided by an individual for the benefit of the organization. It’s a set of programs, aiming to achieve and attract capable workers to a particular business. Compensation and benefits also helps motivate employees towards…

Goodwill Impairment Testing

Galaxy Sports Inc. (Galaxy), a U.S.-based manufacturer of sports equipment, is a calendar year-end SEC registrant with one operating segment and the following three reporting units: Fitness Equipment. Golf Equipment. Hockey Equipment. Galaxy is in a competitive industry with several publicly traded companies in which growth and profitability are tied to the market and consumer…



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Casino Industry

Find out why the Macau gambling scene is so important -The company intends to use the proceeds from this sale to pay off part of their debt -“The stock has traded significantly higher since the announcement of the deal, but we believe that this is a huge missed opportunity for the company in a new,…

ASIC v Adler

The case of ASIC v Adler is very unique as well as complicated since it involved several breach of duties in the Corporations Act 2001. The HIH collapse was caused by very bad corporate governance. Such breach of duties are, section 9 (director’s duties), section 180 (duty to act with care and diligence), section 181…

Competition Bikes Inc. Storyline

Introduction Competition Bikes Inc. is considering an expansion to Canada and is trying to determine whether to merge with or acquire the Canadian Biking Inc. facility. We take a look in this summary at capital structure approaches, Net Present Value and Internal Rate of Return and the concerns surrounding that. Competition Bikes working capital is…

Mondavi Winery

1. Do you agree with the Mondavi family’s decision to publicly list the company’s shares? What are your major concerns with how this could impact the business? What are the major benefits? 2. How would you recommend Robert Mondavi respond to the market’s current assessment of the company? What types of investors are most likely…

Hershey Foods Corporation

Suggested Discussion Questions: 3. Based on your valuation of HFC, do you feel it was fairly valued by the market before the announcement of the sale? Are the Nestle–Cadbury Schweppes and Wrigley bids fair to their own shareholders (i.e., what needs to happen in order for these bids to create value for the bidding companies)?…

Metapath Case

Metapath was a hi-tech company providing software products for wireless carriers. It had a revenue of 22 million and was emerging as the premier company in its market space. The ultimate goal of the founder, Hansen, was to see the Metapath go IPO in two years. However, this company confronted two main obstacles for that…

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

The Enron scandal, revealed in October 2001, eventually led to the bankruptcy of the Enron Corporation, an American energy company based in Houston, Texas, and the de facto dissolution of Arthur Andersen, which was one of the five largest audit and accountancy partnerships in the world. In addition to being the largest bankruptcy reorganization in…

West Teleservice IPO

After a careful analysis of the teleservice industry and the players in the space, we chose the following companies as comparable to West Teleservice: SITEL Corporation, APAC Teleservices and Precision Response Corporation. West Teleservice is an integrated teleservice provider whose business model is based on recurring large volume application with focus on state of art…

Company’s constitution

QUESTION 1 Issue: the issue about company’s constitution and whether the loan contract between ABC bank and Sambal Pty Ltd is invalid. State the law: Section 140 of the corporations act states that: “A company’s constitution (if any) and any replaceable rules that apple to the company have effect as a contract: (a) Between the…

Demat account

The trading on stock exchanges in India used to take place through open outcry without use of information technology for immediate matching or recording of trades. This was time consuming and inefficient. This imposed limits on trading volumes and efficiency. In order to provide efficiency, liquidity and transparency, NSE introduced a nation-wide on-line fully automated…

Enron Scandal

1. Enron was valued at $2.3 billion when it was formed in July 1985. On August 23, 2000, its stock was at $90 per share and it had a market capitalization of $65.9 billion. Explain the major business practices that created such dynamic growth in the price of the stock. Enron used many different tactics…

Benefit Obligation

Module 1 1) What are the maturities on Intel’s Long-term debt? 2) What are Intel’s projected obligations on Long-Term Debt and Payments due by period? 3) What is the par or stated value of Intel’s preference shares? Par Value/Stated Value of Preferred Shares = $0.001 4) What is the par or stated value of Intel’s…

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