| ||V-Cola: General Instructions>|
|Wasynczuk, Andrew;Sharma, Nithyasri;Larkin, Ian|
|Case (Gen Exp)||9-909-047|
An abstract is not available for this product.
| ||Learning to Manage with Data in Duval County Public Schools: Lake Shore Middle School (B)>|
|Grossman, Allen;Honan, James P.;King, Caroline|
Supplements the (A) case. Must be used with: (9-PEL-008) Learning to Manage with Data in Duval County Public Schools: Lake Shore Middle School (A).
| ||Corporate Avenue>|
|Segel, Arthur I.;Lee, John|
Born in Taiwan, raised in Hong Kong, and schooled at Indiana University against her father's wishes, Camille Ping was in her Shanghai office in late September 2003, in charge of leasing all of the properties of Hong Kong-based property developer Shui On Group in Shanghai.
| ||Yahoo!: Becoming a Competitor in the Career Listings Space (B)>|
|Nasser, Nicole;McGinn, Kathleen L.|
After weighing the pros and cons of making an unsolicited bid for HotJobs.com (an online recruiting company already under contract to be acquired by TMP Worldwide), the executive team of Yahoo! decides to make an immediate move rather than wait for the Federal Trade Commission to clear the pending merger. This case examines Yahoo!s process for formulating a bid offer with limited information about the target and details the course of the company's .....more
| ||Consulting by Auditors (B): The Compromise and Its Fallout>|
|Nanda, Ashish;Haddad, Kimberly A.|
This case tracks the evolution from October 2000 to July 2001 of public debate, regulatory decisions, and firm perspectives on the subject of consulting by accounting firms. May be used with: (9-902-161) Consulting by Auditors (A): Levitt's Campaign.
| ||Consulting by Auditors (A): Levitt's Campaign>|
|Nanda, Ashish;Haddad, Kimberly A.|
This case highlights the debate between the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and several of the large accounting firms over whether the same firms should offer consulting services to clients they audit. May be used with: (9-903-069) Consulting by Auditors (B): The Compromise and Its Fallout.
| ||Technical Note on LBO Valuation (A): LBO Structure and the Target IRR Method of Valuation>|
|Baldwin, Carliss Y.|
Explains the equity cash flow method of valuation as it applies to leveraged buyouts. Also explains: 1) earnings and cash flow forecasts, 2) debt structure and the cash sweep, 3) the cashing out horizon and terminal valuation, and 4) the target IRR method of valuation. May be used with: (9-902-005) Technical Note on LBO Valuation (B): The Equity Cash Flow Method of Valuation Using CAPM.
| ||Double Dealmaking in the Browser Wars (B)>|
|Sebenius, James K.|
|Supplement (Pub Mat)||9-800-051|
Supplements the (A) case. Must be used with: (9-800-050) Double Dealmaking in the Browser Wars (A).
| ||Are Economic Forecasters Worth Listening to?>|
|Bernstein, Peter L.;Silbert, Theodore H.|
|Harvard Business Review Article||84503|
Economic forecasts deserve to be taken seriously even though they may not be entirely accurate. Companies will make better business decisions with forecasts properly used and understood than they will without forecasts. A study of 70 forecasting organizations, done by the National Bureau of Economic Research in 1982, shows that groups of forecasters, or consensus forecasts, make more accurate predictions that do individual forecasters.
| ||Decision Analysis Comes of Age>|
|Ulvila, Jacob W.;Brown, Rex V.|
|Harvard Business Review Article||82511|
Decision analysts' new technology combines statistical decision theory with insights from psychology, economics, and social science. Decision tree analysis by the AIL Division of Cutler-Hammer, Inc. shows how analysts specify the elements of the tree, assign each element a value, and calculate the results to determine whether to develop a patent. Probabilistic forecasting has the advantage of not limiting forecasting to extrapolation from the .....more