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  • Blaine Kitchenware Case Analysis

    Blaine Kitchenware Case Study Answers 1. ABOUT THE COMPANY Blain Kitchenware, Inc. (BKI), founded in 1927, is a mid-sized producer of small appliances for residential kitchens. BKI has an approximate 10% market share of the $2.3 billion U.S. market for small kitchen appliances, with 65% of sales originating from the US market. The company is public since 1994, and the majority of the shares is controlled by the founder's family (62% of outstanding shares), who also have a strong representation...

    Bankruptcy, Capital, Corporate finance 1342  Words | 5  Pages

  • Blaine Kitchenware

    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? Give reasons.  Blaine’s capital structure is not appropriate because of several reasons. The biggest of them  being not using debt financing. Without debt, Blaine is not realizing its true potential...

    Corporate finance, Debt, Finance 755  Words | 4  Pages

  • 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 from current $960million to $1.063billion. * The offer results in 3% increase in EPS from $0.91 to $0.93 based on 2006 financial numbers. * An increase of 7.3% on ROE from 11% to 18.3% based...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles 1739  Words | 6  Pages

  • 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, the industry’s annual unit sales growth was 2%. During the year ended December 31, 2006, Blaine earned net income of $53.6 million on revenue of $342 million.Cause recent shift toward higher-end product...

    Corporate finance, Debt, Finance 796  Words | 3  Pages

  • 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 share repurchase proposal 4 a. Effects of share repurchase on assets, liabilities and equity on balance sheet 5 b. Effects of share repurchase on debt ratios and interest coverage ratio 5 c. Effects...

    Balance sheet, Corporate finance, Dividend yield 1979  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case

    GSBA521B Term III, Fall 2012 Professor Ku CaseBlaine Kitchenware, Inc.: Capital Structure Assignment: Your team’s task is to recommend to the Board of Blaine Kitchenware (BKI) whether the firm should undertake the leveraged recap. In doing so, please address the four questions below.  Teams 1-6: your task is to recommend for a leveraged recap with quantitative and qualitative support  Teams 7-13: your task is to recommend against a leveraged recap with quantitative and qualitative support...

    Capital, Capital structure, Corporate finance 655  Words | 3  Pages

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     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 stocks? Date: Nov 19, 2013 There is a banker pointed out that BKI is currently highly over-liquid and under-levered. He suggested to borrow money and to buy back own shares. In detail,...

    Corporate finance, Debt, Finance 1082  Words | 7  Pages

  • 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 why not? * The current capital structure and payout policies for Blaine’s Kitchenware Inc in our opinion is not the most appropriate. The firm’s structure is invested primarily in equity, for the...

    Corporate finance, Debt, Dividend yield 1884  Words | 5  Pages

  • 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 at $18.50 per share and the related, necessary financing. BKI is currently highly over-liquid and under-levered. The firm can anticipate elevated tax rates due to the lack of debt held. BKI has also...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Debt 946  Words | 4  Pages

  • 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 $66,557,000 and $164,309,000 respectively. With such high cash balance and marketable securities at hand, BKI is not only risking its own growth but also risk turning away investors who may consider...

    Balance sheet, Corporate finance, Debt 617  Words | 2  Pages

  • 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 90’s – moved its production abroad Financial figures • • • • Over-liquid and under-leveraged, no debt 2% sales growth 2003-2006 11% p.a. annual returns for shareholders 2004-2006 $53.6 mil. Net income...

    Corporate finance, Earnings before interest and taxes, Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization 151  Words | 8  Pages

  • Blaine Kitchenware

    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. The banker, whom Dubinski had known for years, asked for the meeting after a group of private equity investors made discreet inquiries about a possible acquisition of Blaine. Although Blaine was a public company, a majority of its shares...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Corporate finance 3698  Words | 32  Pages

  • Blaine Kitchenware

    OCTOBER 8, 2009 TIMOTHY LUEHRMAN JOEL HEILPRIN 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. The banker, whom Dubinski had known for years, asked for the meeting after a group of private equity investors made discreet inquiries about a possible acquisition of Blaine. Although Blaine was a public company, a majority of its shares...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Corporate finance 3351  Words | 29  Pages

  • 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. He has operational experience, but little financial management experience (he does not have any debt on his balance sheet!). As a result, he needs your help convincing his board of directors that...

    Board of directors, Capital structure, Case study 494  Words | 2  Pages

  • Case Study Analysis L

    Running head: L. J. Summers Company – Case Study Case Study: L. J. Summers Company K Green Case Study Analysis: L. J. Summers Company Problem The problem in this case is L. J. Summers Company’s recently implemented cost reduction plan is causing degradation in the organization’s laissez-faire culture and has put the company at risk while challenging their competitive advantage. Furthermore, the inexperienced production manager (owner’s son, Blaine) is using his unearned power as an authoritarian...

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  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

    CASE STUDY ANALYSIS FORMAT (Case study analysis are written as report in structured format with relevant headings) A. Case Title: (Title based on the given case study) B. Time Framework: (Range of years or time period where the case occur) C. Entrepreneurship Topic: (State the main topics relevant to Business Opportunity that are demonstrated in the case study.) D. Statement of the Problem/s (Discussion or case questions): (Questions provided by the case study will be enumerated here...

    Case study, Logic, Scientific method 536  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Analysis

    Case Analysis Guidelines & Suggestions Content: Your case write-up should focus on and answer all the key questions in the syllabus – do not omit any of the questions. The length limitation on this paper is short, so please jump right into answering the questions. There is no need to summarize your points in the beginning or to review what happens in the case. You must use your own judgment as to which questions need more space than others, however, remember that all claims or recommendations...

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  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

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    Case analysis, Case study, Crowd 922  Words | 3  Pages

  • 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 the $2.3 billion U.S. market for small kitchen appliances. For the period 2003 to 2006, the industry posted modest annual unit sales growth of 2%. In 2006, 65% of its revenue was generated from shipments...

    Asset, Balance sheet, Corporate finance 1773  Words | 8  Pages

  • Blaine Kitchenware Inc

    Blaine Kitchenware Inc, was founded in the year 1927 and is a mid-size player in production of branded appliances. It is a public limited company but is closely held company as most of the shares are held by family members. It has a decent market share of 10% of the overall industry size of USD 2.3 million. Upon analysis of current financial policy of the organization it is evident that Blaine Kitchenware is very conservative in its financial policy. Company has never borrowed debt, it is cash...

    Earnings before interest and taxes, Finance, Gross profit 856  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Analysis

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    Management, Nielsen Media Research, Nielsen ratings 821  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

    U.S Airlines Industry Case Analysis Ken Hulse Park University U.S Airlines Industry Case Analysis “Given the current instability in the global economy, there is much uncertainty as to the timing and strength of recovery in aviation demand” (Federal Aviation Administration, 2012, p. 32). A number of factors have affected the U.S. Airline industry; most of these factors are detrimental and threaten the viability of the legacy carriers, but also the long term success and survival of the...

    Airline, Airlines, Avianca 866  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case 4Takamatsu Case Analysis

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    Marketing, Sales, Sales process engineering 658  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

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    Conclusion, English law, Logic 1247  Words | 6  Pages

  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

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    Expense, Free trade, General contractor 584  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Analysis

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    Air pollution, Industry, Management 464  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ikea Case Analysis

    IKEA Case Analysis IKEA has a distinct market segment in the home furnishing arena. It has created a niche market with innovative designs, quality, and low price structure. IKEA has employed the cost leadership and product differentiation strategies through low price structure and innovative designs, respectively. Additionally, the uniqueness of the disposable furniture concept allowed IKEA to capitalize on the first mover advantage (Harrison & Enz, 2005). Behavioral Customer Segmentation...

    IKEA, Market segmentation, Marketing 1522  Words | 5  Pages

  • Case Analysis

    Chapter 9 Case Analysis 1 &3 1.What arguments did the defendant make that the lawful search was connected to the unlawful search and thus was “ tainted”? Do you agree with the argument? ( United States v. Jenkins) The argument that the defendant had was that the affidavit for Room 127, when examined without the tainted information, is a “bare bones” affidavit that does not indicate “a ‘fair probability’ that evidence of a crime will be located on the premises of the proposed search. I disagree...

    Evidence law, Exclusionary rule, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution 865  Words | 3  Pages

  • Case Analysis

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  • Case Analysis

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    Company, Corporation, Forecasting 345  Words | 4  Pages

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    Business, Consumer behaviour, Consumer protection 1180  Words | 4  Pages

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  • Blaine Kitchenware

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