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  • Cheap Phards Case Study

    Pocketing the Greens 1. Immediate Issue(s) or Problem(s): Mr. De Guzman, and two other members of the Board of Directors of Cheap Pharma Inc. purchased for themselves the shares of stocks of Green Med that was supposed to be acquired by Cheap Pharma Inc. The case therefore presents a conflict of interest issues involving the three members of The Board of Directors of Cheap Pharma Inc. The chaos brought about by this incident must be solved immediately so as to restore order within the…

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  • Hwang Capital Case Study

    The said “discount” price will likely to be diminished over time, especially if Hwang Capital is successful to explore new potential business with the RM 250 million fund. If Hwang Capital finally decides to exit the Malaysian market or not to remain its listing status, it is likely to carry out capital repayment and to go through liquidation exercise for the remaining assets and to return any cash recoverable to the shareholders. Shareholders can still obtain a high return by…

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  • Majority Rule And Proper Plaintiff Rule In Foss V. Harbottle

    The issues are whether there is an exception regarding to the majority rule and proper plaintiff rule in Foss v Harbottle? In the cases of Foss v Harbottle provides two types of rule which is “majority rule” and “proper plaintiff rule”. “Majority rule” is the majority shareholder decisions and choices over the minority shareholders. The majority votes from the shareholder within the company are ¾ of voting rights which is 75 %. The greater the majority rights and power of shareholder over the…

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  • Importance Of Trade Facilitation Introduction What is trade facilitation? Trade facilitation can be examined as limited and extensive context. The term can be viewed from distinct or multidimensional aspects. In confined and distinct view the Trade facilitation refers to advancing the movement of goods through own duties which concentrates on…

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  • Univariate Cox Proportional Hazard Regression Model And Facebook Survival Analysis

    4. Results and Discussion The general characteristics pertaining to explanatory variables for the banks under study one-year prior to their adoption the social media are presented in Table 2. As expected, the average value of the most of the explanatory variables seems to be different for banks with Facebook adopted and not adopted. 4.1 Survival analysis- Results Kaplan-Meier Nonparametric-Survival Model: In the survival analysis our failure event is the adoption of social media i.e., joining…

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  • S House Inc.: Case Study

    The M Industries purchased 6 million shares of S House Inc. common on 3rd January, 2013 for $48 million. With the purchase of shares M Industries started holding 30% interest in the net assets of S House Inc. therefore the company will also earn 30% of net income of S House Inc. along with the amount of dividend declared by M Company at the rate of $1.00 per share on 15th December, 2013. The net income of S House as reported for the year ended 31st December, 2013 was $40 million. The M…

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  • Bonus Plan Essay

    Chapter 8: Problem 10 (Crude Oil Prices) Pricing and Accounting Policy Choices Predicted by the Bonus Plan and Debt Covenant Hypotheses of Positive Accounting Theory in Response to Increasing Crude Oil Prices Bonus plan hypothesis. The bonus plan theory asserts that managers will make financial accounting decisions in a way that best benefits them (Scott, 2012). When managers are faced with the decisions that affect their own bonuses, they will take into consideration current and future…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Privatizing Lotteries

    William White Professor Eckstein Public Financial Management August 10, 2015 Privatizing Lotteries - The Advantages and Disadvantages There are many advantages and disadvantages to Privatizing Lotteries. States such as Illinois, Indiana and New Jersey have all privatized their state lotteries. The funds that come from lotteries go towards no particular purpose. For example, the 21 states that participate in Powerball along with the District of Columbia will garner at least $114 million from…

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  • Walt Disney Diversification Strategy

    revenue of Disney (Market Realist, 2014). Disney took a $200 million write-down on John Carter, and expected a $190 million on The Lone Ranger (Market Realist, 2014). Nevertheless, outperformance from boosted revenues in network media segments showing an overall revenue increase of 5% successfully compensated for the loss in film market. Simultaneously, such diversification strategy can be seen as a concentric diversification which focuses on penetrating to an existing related market. Disney’s…

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  • Magic The Gathering Case Study

    How to build a Mid-Range Mill deck in Magic the Gathering? Imagine a trading card game that has already existed over 20 years but still has more than 20 million current players. Magic the Gathering (MTG) is first published in 1993, and the most common way to win the game is to take down your opponent’s health from 20 to 0. On the other hand, the goal of a Mill (the action of putting opponent’s library to his/her graveyard) deck is to win the game by making your opponent to draw from an empty…

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