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Summary Of Starnes Brenner Machine Tool Company Case Study

Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool Company To Bribe or Not to Bribe Introduction       Case Summary Ethics Legality Similar Cases Real World Lessons Learned Case Summary    Starnes-Brenner Machine Tools Company  Wants more international presence Latino – Fictional South American Country Frank – 10 years of success  Retiring Replacing Frank  Bill – Young, motivated, rising star  Case Summary Cont.  Conflict between Frank & Bill  Frank...

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Starnes Brenner Williams

 Char Williams Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool MKTU 640 International Marketing Case Study 2-3: Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool Company: To Bribe or Not to Bride? Sunday, March 22, 2015 Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool 1. Is what Frank did ethical? By whose ethics—those of Latino or the United States? What comes to mind when we hear this name? It depends on how you look at it. Ethics, sadly, are a wholly personal issue—how you live your life versus how you run your business. Clearly...

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HAMPTON MACHINE TOOL COMPANY About The Company Hampton Machine Tool was established in 1915 and has been manufacturing machine tools since its foundation. Hampton company’s customer base is made up primarily of aircraft manufacturers and automobile manufactures in the St. Louis area. It experienced record production and profitability during the years. Sales and profitability declined in the mid-1970s with the withdrawal from Vietnam War and the oil embargo. However, the company had stabilized the...

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Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool Company–to Bribe or Not to Bribe

Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool Company–To Bribe or Not to Bribe Several questions should be emphasized in the case; the question of ethics, the question of self-reference criterion and a more important question of what role should the marketer play; how much should they try to change the system and how much should they try to become a part of the system. A strong point should be made that in a country where bribery is part of the way of doing business, there is an identifiable system of how much...

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The Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool

The Starnes-Brenner Machine Tool Company of Iowa City, Iowa, has a small one-man sales offi ce headed by Frank Rothe in La- tino, a major Latin American country. Frank has been in Latino for about 10 years and is retiring this year; his replacement is Bill Hunsaker, one of Starnes-Brenner’s top salespeople. Both will be in Latino for about eight months, during which time Frank will show Bill the ropes, introduce him to their principal customers, and, in general, prepare him to take...

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Hampton Machine Tool Company Case

RE: HAMPTON MACHINE TOOL COMPANY TO: Jerry Eckwood, Vice President of St. Louis National Bank SECTION I St. Louis National Bank has to decide whether or not to grant a loan renewal request by a local company, Hampton Tool Company. The existing loan is due to be repaid in fifteen days and the president of the company, Benjamin Cowins, is also requesting an additional loan of $350,000 for planned equipment purchases in October 1979. Until December 1978, Hampton Tools had maintained a capital...

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Hampton Machine Tool Case

 Hampton Machine Tool Case Group 5: Laura Lafitte, Joe Loden, Chris Ingham, Keenen Leake, and Humberto Maldonado Hampton Machine Tool Company was founded in 1915 and began supplying parts to military and automobile companies. Beginning in the 1960’s, heavy increases in defense spending prompted by the Vietnam War in conjunction with a blossoming automobile industry allowed Hampton Machine Tool Company to experience a period of high growth and increased profitability. By the mid-1970’s, defense...

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Hampton Machine Tools Company

Executive Summary Hampton Machine Tool Company (HMTC) was founded in 1915 to produce machine tools. Machine tools manufacturing business is highly prone to economic fluctuations. Therefore, success of HMTC depends upon success of other related industries. The major customers of the company are aircraft manufacturers and automobile manufacturers. Sales of HTMC boomed during 1960s, decreased in the mid 70s and started to recover around 1978 due to the increase in demand of military aircrafts, a stable...

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Hampton Machine Tool Company

Hampton Machine Tool Company 1. Why can't a profitable firm like Hampton repay its loan on time and why does it need more bank financing? What major developments between November 1978 and August 1979 contributed to this situation? A/ Hampton Machine Tool Company was unable to repay its loan on time due to several factors. One of such factors is the fact that the stock repurchase, for which the loan was initially requested, was a major cash disbursement of $3 million. In the period between November...

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Hampton Machine Tool Company

Hampton Machine Tool Company On September 14, 1979, Mr. Jerry Eckwood, vice president of the St. Louis National Bank was considering a loan request from a customer located in a nearby city. The company, Hampton Machine Too] Company, had requested renewal of an existing $1 million loan originally due to be repaid on September 30. In addition to the renewal of the existin- loan, Hampton was asking for an additional loan of $350,000 for planned equipment purchases in October. Under the terms...

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