Blaine Kitchenware Case Analysis Essays and Term Papers

  • Blaine Kitchenware Case

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  • Blaine Kitchenware Financial Analysis

    Blaine Kitchenware Inc. Looking at the Financial statements of Blaine Kitchenware Inc., in the balance sheet in particular in this case, I would say that BKI is a highly over-liquid and under-levered company. In the balance sheet, Exhibit 2, Cash and Cash equivalents and marketable securities was...

      617 Words | 2 Pages   Return on equity, Share repurchase, Cost of capital, Leverage (finance)

  • Blaine Kitchenware Case Study #1

    appropriate. capital structure: Blaine is currently over-liquid and under-levered. In this case, Blaine’s shareholders are suffering from the effects. Because Blaine is a public company with large portion of its shares held by conservative family members, Blaine has huge financial surplus and causes...

      290 Words | 1 Pages   Rate of return, Cost of capital, Dividend, Capital structure

  • Blaine Kitchenware

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      1246 Words | 4 Pages   Modern portfolio theory, Capital asset pricing model, Special education, Futures contract

  • Blaine Kitchenware

    Blaine Kitchenware, Inc.: Capital Structure Course in Strategic Finance University of Vienna, 2015 Mila Dineva, 1153546 Blaine Kitchenware, Inc. • • • • • founded in 1927, small appliances for kitchens Public company, mainly controlled by the family 10% of the $ 2.3 bill. market 1994 – IPO In the...

      151 Words | 8 Pages   Share repurchase, Stock, Revenue, Capital structure

  • Blaine Kitchenware

    rP os t 4040 OCTOBER 8, 2009 TIMOTHY LUEHRMAN JOEL HEILPRIN op yo Blaine Kitchenware, Inc.: Capital Structure On April 27, 2007, Victor Dubinski, CEO of Blaine Kitchenware, Inc. (BKI), sat in his office reflecting on a meeting he had had with an investment banker earlier in the week...

      3698 Words | 32 Pages   Balance sheet, Bond credit rating, Retail, Asset

  • Blaine Kitchenware

              CO ORPOR RATE F FINANC CE  C CASE II  Blaine Kitche enwar re, Inc. .: Capital Str ucture  r e             Grou up Mem mbers  Shivam m Pitaria (3 336/50)  Tanuj j Madan (37 76/50)  Vinit  Bansal (395/50)  Yuvraj S Singh Bist (402/50)    Q1 ‐ Is Blaine’s capital structure appropriate...

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  • Blaine Kitchenware

    BLAINE KITCHENWARE INC. Blaine Kitchenware was a mid-sized producer of small appliances primarily used in residential kitchens. By 2006, the company’s products consisted of a wide range of small kitchen appliances including deep fryers, griddles, toasters, ovens etc. Blaine had just under 10% of...

      1773 Words | 8 Pages   Cost of capital, Return on equity, Leverage (finance), Share repurchase

  • Possible Review Questions for the Blaine Kitchenware, Inc. Capital Structure Case

    Possible Review Questions for the Blaine Kitchenware, Inc. Capital Structure Case 1. From reading the case, do you believe Blaine’s capital structure and dividend payout policies are appropriate? Why or why not? 2. Should Victor Dubinski recommend a share repurchase to Blaine’s board? What...

      345 Words | 2 Pages   Cost of capital, Share repurchase, Capital structure, Repurchase agreement

  • Blaine Kitchenware Assignment

    Blaine Kitchenware, Inc.: Optimal Capital Structure For this case study you will take on the role of the investment banker introduced at the beginning of the case study. A week following your first meeting with Mr. Dubinski, he has called to request your assistance with the analysis of a stock repurchase...

      494 Words | 2 Pages   Corporate finance, Capital structure, Interest, Leverage (finance)

  • Blaine Kitchenware Inc

     Blaine Kitchenware: Capital Structure Summary: Blaine Kitchenware, Inc. was founded in 1927 and as a mid-sized producer of branded small appliances primarily used in residential kitchens.BKI had just under 10% of the $2.3 billion U.S. market for small kitchen appliances. For the period 2003–2006,...

      796 Words | 3 Pages   Capital structure, Share repurchase, Dividend, Mergers and acquisitions

  • Blaine Kitchenware Inc.

    Memorandum To: Blaine Kitchenware Inc. Board of Directors CC: Mr. Victor Dubinski From: Date: 1/13/2013 Re: BKI stocks repurchase To review Blaine Kitchenware Inc.’s (BKI) current debt, equity and leverage levels with respect to the highly advisable repurchase of 14 million shares of stock...

      946 Words | 4 Pages   Balance sheet, Depreciation, Dividend, Deferred tax

  • Blaine Case

    Blaine Kitchenware is a company that has occupied the industry for over 80 years and continues to gain control in the market it occupies. As the CEO of the company, Mr. Dubinski is dealing with a challenging decision of determining what is best for the family company. He currently feels that the capital...

      315 Words | 1 Pages   Capital structure, Share repurchase, Equity (finance), Stock

  • Blaine Case

    Executive Summary: In summary, recommendation by the banker to buy back 14 million outstanding shares of Blaine Kitchenware with $ 50 million debt and $209 million cash in hand would result in following financial metric changes: * Increase the value of the firm through the benefit of tax shield...

      1739 Words | 6 Pages   Share repurchase, Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, Dividend policy, Return on equity

  • blaine case

    THE FIRM IN THE CAPITAL MARKET PROFESSOR: STEVE JONES 11/10/2013 MEMORANDUM To: Victor Dubinski, CEO of Blaine Kitchenware, Inc. From: Zhangkai Zhou Kelley School of Business MSA student Subject: Is it a good idea for BKI to repurchase its own...

      1082 Words | 7 Pages   Dividend, Share repurchase, Finance, Stock

  • Evaluation on Share Repurchase Proposal of Blaine Kitchenware Inc.

    Evaluation on Share Repurchase Proposal of Blaine Kitchenware Inc. Group 7 Contents Executive Summary 3 Overview of problems 3 Analysis on Capital Structure & Payout Policies of Blaine 3 1. Inappropriate current capital structure and payout policies 3 2. Advantages and disadvantages of large...

      1979 Words | 7 Pages   Cost of capital, Corporate finance, Dividend, Return on equity

  • Blain Kitchenware Case

    Blaine Kitchenware Inc. | Take-Home Case Assignment BSAD 342 Prof. Vishwakarma | Grady McQuillanJoe MackayMitch ChownAlessandro Galeone | Discussion questions * Do you believe Blaine’s current capital structure and payout policies are appropriate? Why or...

      1884 Words | 5 Pages   Share repurchase, Stock, Stock dilution, Return on equity

  • Case Analysis

    Overview The case exposes problems that a world leading mobile telecommunication handheld producing company is facing under the pressure of complex internal and external challenges. The company, Research In Motion (RIM), is experiencing success in the smart phone market with explosive growth rate and...

      1068 Words | 3 Pages   BlackBerry Limited, Turnover (employment), Smartphone, Mobile phone

  • Case Analysis

    Case Analysis: National Publishing Company Problem Definition: Perception of children of higher age group towards the magazine “Titli” as a magazine for younger children. Situational Analysis: “Titli”, a children’s fortnightly vernacular magazine published by National Publishing Company is market...

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  • Case Analysis

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