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Financial capital acquitions
[November 25, 2016 – 06:55 pm]
Financial capital acquitions

Anthony Gardner, himself a private-equity operator,  has crunched some numbers: 10 of roughly 67 major deals by Bain Capital during Romney’s watch produced about 70 percent of the firm’s profits. Four of those 10 deals, as well as others, later wound up in bankruptcy. Gardner then explains, using some of those big deals (including Ampad and GS Steel) as examples, how the asset-stripping operation worked: Bain would buy control of a company using a little money and a lot of debt, load up the target with still more debt, pay out big chunks of the loan proceeds to itself as fees…

Intellectual capital evaluation
[November 21, 2016 – 06:38 pm]
Intellectual capital evaluation

Valuation for Financial Reporting: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis, SFAS 141 & 142 by Michael J. Mard, James R. Hitchner, Steven D. Hyden, Mark L. Zyla Download Valuation for Financial Reporting: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis, SFAS 141 & 142 Valuation for Financial Reporting: Intangible Assets, Goodwill, and Impairment Analysis, SFAS 141 & 142 Michael J. Mard, James R. Hitchner, Steven D. Hyden, Mark L. Zyla Language: English Page: 160 Format: pdf ISBN: 0471237531, 9780471237532 Publisher: From the Inside Flap…

Corporate intellectual property price determination
[November 7, 2016 – 06:14 pm]
Corporate intellectual property price determination

This is a Guest Post by Randy Landreneau Hello Inventor, What I am about to tell you is almost too bizarre to believe. The influence of vested interests and the ignorance and/or complicity of politicians will do us in as inventors if we are not vigilant. If you have been getting these emails very long, you know how the passage of The America Invents Act was a blow to the independent inventor and to the ideal of innovation as envisioned by the Founding Fathers of this great nation (if you need information on this, let me know and I’ll send it directly). Wait till you see the…

Valuating organizational capital structure
[November 5, 2016 – 06:09 pm]
Valuating organizational capital structure

Business Finance details Article by Technology 3Business FinanceLecture 2Review of the Previous Lecture* Finance: Four Basic Areas- Business Finance- Investment- Financial Institutions- International FinanceTopics Under Discussion* Why Study Finance* The Role of the Financial Manager* Financial Management Decisions- Capital Budgeting- Capital Structure- Working Capital Management* Forms of Business OrganizationWhy Study Finance? * Marketing and Finance- Marketers have to work with budgets- Need to get greatest payoffs from marketing expenditures and programs- Cost and Benefit…

Evaluation of relational capital
[October 22, 2016 – 05:41 pm]
Evaluation of relational capital

If you track back in time and watch closely how people interact with a particular brand identity , you’ll notice that they display similar behavioural traits in their relations with brands as they do in the way they engage with people. People’s interaction with brands is an emotional one, even if we don’t acknowledge it at the time. Long before we had logos or corporate identities to Photoshop onto a digital strategy, people’s personalities were the representation of a brand . This still exists to a degree today, but only in small, localised areas. Think about quaint country…

How to buy customer capital?
[October 18, 2016 – 05:33 pm]
How to buy customer capital?

CFPB forces Capital One to rebate excess fees to credit card customers In a proof of concept one year after the standing up of the agency, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced an enforcement action that will give consumers a full refund on illegal credit card fees extracted by Capital One. The enforcement action, the first from the CFPB, accomplishes the rare feat of clawing back exactly the amount gained on the illegal action, plus interest, for all 2 million consumers affected. This sounds intuitive, but happens rarely in Washington. In fact, in this case, Capital…

Definition of organisational capital
[October 16, 2016 – 05:13 pm]
Definition of organisational capital

[Published in The Management Accountant, Journal of the Institute of Cost and Works Accountant of India, Mar 2012] The future belongs to the creatives.  In the emerging and future world of business, competitive advantage depends not on capital, not even on technology, information or knowledge but on creativity and innovation.  Those companies which are able to harness the creative and innovate energies of its people will be the leaders of the future.  How to do this at a collective or organizational level?   This question is one of the current debates in management.  This essay…

Explanation of relational capital
[October 14, 2016 – 05:03 pm]
Explanation of relational capital

The Equipment Leasing and Finance Association announces that its 2012 Operations & Technology Excellence Award will go to two companies: LEAF Commercial Capital, Inc. and AIG Commercial Asset Finance. The winners were selected by a subcommittee of ELFA members and will be showcased during ELFA’s Operations and Technology Conference, Sept. 10-11 at the L’Enfant Plaza Hotel in Washington, D.C. “AIG Commercial Asset Finance and LEAF Commercial Capital demonstrated close business and technology alignment in their creative application of technology solutions to enhance customer…

Price determination of trade Mark
[September 16, 2016 – 04:27 pm]
Price determination of trade Mark

MONOPOLISTIC COMPETITION Meaning Monopolistic compression is a combination of both ‘monopoly’ and ‘competition’ The credit of developing this theory goes to Prof. Edward Hastings Chamberlain of Harward University. He is the main architect and builder of this theory. In reality there is no monopoly and perfect competition and there exists only monopolistic competition. Main Features Monopolistic competition is characterized by the existence of several firms selling goods which are close substitutes of each other. The following are the important features of monopolistic competition…

What is human capital?
[September 6, 2016 – 04:13 pm]
What is human capital?

One of the major trends in finance in recent years is the increasing popularity of the “human capital” concept. In case you’re not familiar with the idea, your  human capital is defined as the value (as measured today) of all of your future earnings from work. In short, the ramifications are that: Over time, you must accumulate financial capital in order to make up for the fact that your human capital is being depleted as you move toward retirement (at which point it will be mostly, or entirely, depleted), and When considering how much risk to take on in your portfolio, you…

How to buy organizational capital structure?
[August 9, 2016 – 03:28 pm]
How to buy organizational capital structure?

BOSTON, MA — (Marketwire) — 07/17/12 — On July 12, 2012, Moody’s Investors Service (”Moody’s”), one of two nationally recognized statistical rating organizations currently rating the Auction Term Preferred Stock (”ATP”) of The New America High Income Fund, Inc. (the “Fund”) (NYSE: HYB), announced that it has downgraded the ATP from Aaa to Aa3. This action occurred following a review by Moody’s of its ratings of the securities of all closed-end registered investment companies, which was undertaken in conjunction with the adoption of changes to the methodology Moody’s uses to…

Definition of brand
[August 5, 2016 – 03:18 pm]
Definition of brand

I possibly have a different definition of brand engagement than others, so I thought I might share my views. I'd love to hear your thoughts too! What is a “brand”? Unlike a person, organizations are made of many people with different personalities. What an individual and a brand do have in common is a vision, a goal and the approach to that target. The identity that is created to represent these things forms the brand. A brand comprises many aspects: look, feel and values which can be viewed as the brand's “personality”. Like people, brands represent themselves…

How to evaluate relational capital?
[July 24, 2016 – 02:52 pm]
How to evaluate relational capital?

Which cloud model is right for your business? What are the factors that should influence your decision? In his session at the 11th International Cloud Expo, Josh Butikofer, Chief Solutions Architect at Adaptive Computing, will discuss how to evaluate public, private, and hybrid clouds along several dimensions. He will use real-world case studies to show Cloud Expo delegates the pros and cons of each of these cloud models. Armed with this information, you can then decide what is best for your organization. Josh Butikofer, Chief Solutions Architect at Adaptive Computing, is a…

Copyright explanation
[July 18, 2016 – 02:44 pm]
Copyright explanation

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