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Valuating copyright
[October 23, 2012 – 07:28 am]
Valuating copyright

Caleb Mason has written a line-by-line analysis of the second verse of Jay-Z s 99 Problems  from a Fourth Amendment perspective.  It's a song I know best as the source of the title of one of Supernatural 's more misogynistic episodes, but the article offers a criminal procedure take.  There's a copyright angle, of course: though a line-by-line legal analysis is a clear fair use, a non-law review might never have allowed this to see print, because of rigid limits--sometimes outright bans--on quoting songs without permission. or authors who encounter permissions…

Valuating corporate intellectual property
[August 11, 2010 – 02:35 pm]
Valuating corporate intellectual property

The first is The Professional’s Guide to Fair Value: The Future of Financial Reporting by James Catty (a good BVR friend).  The price is $95, and Catty covers: Sample financial statements from both U.S. and foreign companies Recommended applicable techniques Management checklists for those preparing and approving financial statements Chapters on the market approach to fair value, the cost approach to fair value, valuing liabilities, and more! The ins and outs of fair value financial disclosure The second title is Venture Capital Valuation: Case Studies and Methodology by Lorenzo…

Evaluation of intellectual capital
[July 25, 2011 – 04:48 pm]
Evaluation of intellectual capital

VAM SYSTEMS is a Business Consulting, IT Solutions and Services company with operations in UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, USA, Australia, Singapore & India. VAM SYSTEMS is currently looking for IT Coordinator for our Kuwait operations with the following skill set and terms and conditions: Skillset required • Good understanding of data communications and integration, Local Area Network (LAN)/ Wide Area Network (WAN) and associated active components. • Good understanding about Core Banking Systems, Teller System and e-Channels on the administrative point of view; Having Equation…

Corporate intellectual property explanation
[September 14, 2011 – 12:53 pm]
Corporate intellectual property explanation

E&E: IP is well thought-out, offering an easy-to-follow guide through almost all areas of IP law. Sure, this E&E touches on the main, over-arching rationales and policies of IP, but it is different than most commercial outlines, horn books or nutshells, because this E&E really offers a lot of expansion on just pure black-letter law.  This includes help for one who needs to study for finals, write the dreaded upper-level research paper, or clear-up a tough area of IP they didn’t quite “get” in class. Sample short-answer and essay questions with model answers…

How to buy know-how?
[August 30, 2012 – 09:17 am]
How to buy know-how?

Is the bubble bursting, I ll wait to buy? Are you crazy? The fear of the market bursting should be music to a buyers ears. You will not need a place to live any less, so with a seller less sure of its market means buy! buy! buy! ow to buy? Know how a good team can work for you. In the day and age of information every one feels as if they can do it themselves, and in some respect some of them can, but some people can win $50, a year in online poker. I would never count on being that lucky. Somewhere out there an online poker player hates me! Why would a online poker player hate…

Corporate capital acquitions
[May 29, 2012 – 09:19 am]
Corporate capital acquitions

The Alta Group, a global consultancy, provided market research and equipment finance industry insight to CI Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm to support CI Capital’s acquisition of Total Fleet Solutions (TFS) of Holland, Ohio. TFS is a provider of outsourced business services focused on the procurement, maintenance and fleet management of forklifts and other materials handling equipment for large blue chip companies. “Our role was to provide market analysis and insight based on our deep experience and knowledge in the equipment leasing and finance industry…

Explain corporate capital
[February 8, 2012 – 05:46 pm]
Explain corporate capital

This just in: Rush Limbaugh is an idiot, and political pundits make outrageous statements so that people will pay attention to them. A transcript from his show yesterday: RUSH: Have you heard this new movie, the Batman movie, what is it, The Dark Knight Lights Up or whatever the name is.  That’s right, Dark Knight Rises. Lights Up, same thing.  Do you know the name of the villain in this movie?   Bane.   The villain in The Dark Knight Rises is named Bane, B-a-n-e.  What is the name of the venture capital firm that Romney ran and around which there’s now this make-believe controversy?…

Explain relational capital
[February 28, 2011 – 12:27 pm]
Explain relational capital

The LIFE TEAM Community The LIFE TEAM Business is growing across North America. Who is this leadership community and what is the purpose of LIFE Team? What is LIFE? LIFE is an innovative leadership company that has combined the best parts of four industries. 1. Home Based Business 2. Community Building 3. Leadership 4. Life Coaching Home Based Businesses (HBB) are exploding. Riding on several trends that enhance it effectiveness, many men and women are working at home today. Mitch Renkow, economics specialist elaborates: Three key trends promise expanding opportunities for some…

Explain corporate resources
[December 4, 2012 – 04:34 pm]
Explain corporate resources

A blog this week from the Corporate Finance Partner of our South West of England firm, Albert Goodman. For more information, please contact tracey.williams@albertgoodman.co.uk. More and more entrepreneurs are considering crowdfunding as the answer to their funding needs. Some have had their prayers answered and some have not. Crowdfunding is considered to be the next generation in business investment. It enables budding dragons to invest in businesses that they are interested in, entirely via an internet connection and it enables businesses to get their message across to an…

How to evaluate corporate intellectual property?
[November 25, 2011 – 09:11 am]
How to evaluate corporate intellectual property?

By Jeremy Vickers, Director of Innovation The United State Patent & Trademark Office recently selected the North Texas region to host one of its four satellite offices, with the other three going to Silicon Valley, Denver, and Detroit. What does this mean for North Texas? This announcement comes at a time when our region is evaluating its future in technology, commercialization, research, and entrepreneurship. We ask ourselves ‘How do we become better? ’ constantly and the answer lies in this new office. Being selected will put North Texas on the map for yet another…

Valuating human capital
[May 5, 2012 – 04:53 pm]
Valuating human capital

Valuing People: How Human Capital Can Be Your Strongest Asset Lisa M. Aldisert (Auteur) 5 neuf & d'occasion a partir de EUR 14, 73 (Consultez la liste Cadeaux les plus demandes dans la rubrique Public Relations pour des informations officielles sur le classement actuel de ce produit.) Description du produit Measure and enhance the value of the intangibles. In order to be competitive in the global marketplace, corporate mission statements such as "people are our greatest asset" must be more than slogans. Absent from the balance sheets of companies…

Evaluation of corporate capital
[December 13, 2012 – 03:23 pm]
Evaluation of corporate capital

FAMU Begins Nationwide Search for Band Compliance Officer and Administrator to Oversee Anti-Hazing Initiatives Special to the Outlook Job searches initiated just weeks after FAMU began search for new Director of Marching and Pep Bands, as restructuring of Marching “100” management continues Florida A&M University (FAMU) today took significant steps to prevent hazing and restructure the management of its famed Marching “100” band by starting a nationwide search for a high-level administrator to oversee anti-hazing initiatives and a new band compliance officer. The jobs…

Price determination of financial capital
[December 31, 2011 – 09:46 am]
Price determination of financial capital

Under pressure from the Swiss bank regulator Credit Suisse is issuing High-Trigger CoCos: Credit Suisse today announced a number of measures to accelerate the strengthening of its capital position in light of the current regulatory and market environment. An immediate set of actions will be implemented to increase the capital by CHF 8.7 billion. Additional capital actions and earnings related impacts are to increase the capital by a further CHF 6.6 billion by year-end 2012. The measures will result in an expected end-2012 look-through Swiss Core Capital Ratio of 9.4%, compared…

Selling structural capital
[November 28, 2011 – 04:35 pm]
Selling structural capital

The Global Financial Crisis that began in 2008 and extended into early 2009, or some would say, is still going now, claimed many companies ‘ scalps that had pushed too far too hard, including the likes of ABC Learning, Centro Property Group, Babcock & Brown, MFS Limited, Timbercorp, Great Southern Plantations and the list goes on. Several stocks have survived, but are shadows of their former selves just 5 years ago, and have seen their share prices fall to all-time lows. Can these stocks resume their former glory? Let’s take a look at four that fit into this category…