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  • Relationship Between Holding Companies and Subsidiaries and the Concept of Piercing the Corporate Veil in the Light of Recent Vodafone's Decision and Finance Act 2012
    Project-Corporate Law-I Relationship Between holding Companies and subsidiaries and the concept of piercing the corporate veil in the light of recent Vodafone's decision and Finance Act 2012 Submitted to- Dr Kiran Kori Faculty-Corporate Law Submitted by-Prarthna Baranwal Semester-V Section-...
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  • Starbucks: Back to Basics? Corporate Strategy
    Starbucks: Back to Basics? Corporate Strategy: Individual Work (stream2) Laura Toleman The purpose of this work This Individual work is based on the case study “Starbucks: Back to Basics?” written by Sachin Govind. The case reviews the success story about the coffee chain and a...
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  • Applied Corporate Finance - Final Questions
    Solutions to Practice Problems by Kyung Hwan Shim University of New South Wales Australian School of Business School of Banking & Finance for FINS 3625 S1 2010 May 23, 2010 ∗ These notes are preliminary and under development. They are made available for FINS 3625 S1 2010 students only and m...
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  • Corporate Finance Study Sheet
    Chapter 4: Risk Measurements and Hurdle Rates Country risk premium = (standard deviation of equity market/standard deviation of country dollar (USD) denominated bond) * Default Spread on dollar (USD) denominated bond Total risk premium for country = US Risk Premium + Country-risk premium CA...
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  • Objectives in Corporate Finance
    The Objective in Corporate Finance “If you don’t know where you are going, it does not matter how you get there” Aswath Damodaran Stern School of Business Aswath Damodaran 2 First Principles Invest in projects that yield a return greater than the minimum acceptable hurdle r...
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  • Quantitative Decision Models Exam
    NAME: TIME: 3 hours (180 minutes) PAGES: 20 (including this cover page) INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Total Mark Value: 100 Number of questions: 7 2. 1 page (single-sided-letter-sized) notes are permitted. 3. Stand-alone-non-programmable calculators are permitted. 4. Budget your time carefully. 5. Answer...
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  • Business Decision Making General Notes
    Validity Validity ensures that a test is actually measuring what it is meant to be measuring. The aim of research is to derive relevant information from a problem or question. Research in the business world is used to make informed decisions based on relevant information. Considering validity du...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility Case Study
    CSR Articles for reference Posco verdict: Finally, environmental justice in India by Janaki Lenin Apr 8, 2012 So what if it was the largest-ever FDI in India? The law finally caught up with it on 30 March 2012, when the National Green Tribunal suspended POSCO’s environmental clearance and or...
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  • Corporate Relations
    Topic 1‐Public Relations/ Corporate  Communication: Concepts & Theories Today’s Agenda What is PR & its Conceptual Development Key PR Theories/Models Is PR the same as Corporate Communication? Strategic Role in a Company Video Sharing  Relevant Research Finding...
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  • Marketing for Decision Making
    Your Results for: "Concept Check Quiz " | Print this page | Site Title: | Marketing Management, 13/e | Book Title: | Marketing Management, 13/e | Book Author: | Kotler | Location on Site: | Chapter 4: Conducting Marketing Research and Forecasting Demand > Concept Check Quiz | Date/Ti...
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  • Corporate Finance Exam
    1. The financial goal of a corporation should be to maximize its a. earnings per share a. profit b. market price per share c. dividends per share 2. A security which has a beta of less than 1.0 is said to be a. under-priced b. over-priced c. defensive d. aggressive 3. You have access t...
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  • Corporate Finance
    Course : Bsc (Hons) in Entrepreneurship and Management Bsc (Hons) in Business and Marketing Bsc (Hons) in Banking and Finance Corporate Finance 22nd March 2012 30% 3,000 GROUP ASSIGNMENT Module Due Date Weightage : : : Word Limit : You have recently formed an investment club at MDIS Tashkent a...
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  • Decision Making Control
    Balanced Scorecard Advantages The first advantage of using the balanced scorecard method is that by looking at four aspects of a company's performance, you really do get a balanced view of company performance. Unlike traditional methods of tracking the financial health of a business, the balanced s...
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  • Corporate Financial Management Lecturer's Guide
    CFML_A01v3.QXD 8/6/08 3:51 PM Page 1 Lecturer’s Guide Corporate Financial Management Fourth edition Glen Arnold For further lecturer material please visit: www.pearsoned.co.uk/arnold ISBN 978-0-273-71064-6 © Pearson Education Limited 2008 Lecturers adopting the main te...
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  • Answer to the Corporate Finance
    Chapter 14 Capital Structure in a Perfect Market 14-1. Consider a project with free cash flows in one year of $130,000 or $180,000, with each outcome being equally likely. The initial investment required for the project is $100,000, and the project’s cost of capital is 20%. The risk-free inter...
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  • Corporate Financial Management
    In academia The professionalization of economics, reflected in academia, has been described as "the main change in economics since around 1900."[1] Economists debate the path they believe their profession should take. It is, primarily, a debate between a scholastic orientation, focused on mathema...
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility
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  • Decision Making
    An interacting group is less likely to make original decisions than Nominal or Delphi groups. Discuss. An interacting group, Nominal group and Delphi group are the dynamic decision making process, which is being used by many companies. Many researches have been made to find out which of these de...
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  • Corporate Governance
    The Uses and Abuses of Agency Theory Joseph Heath ABSTRACT: The use of agency theory remains highly controversial among business ethicists. While some regard it as an essential tool for analyzing and understanding the recent spate of corporate ethics scandals, others argue that these scandals migh...
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