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Selling customer capital
[December 10, 2012 – 04:26 pm]
Selling customer capital

The picture I chose for this post is of my kids playing with one of those displays that are so prevalent at movie theater lobbies these days. The goal of such a display is for you to mess with it, take photos, and share them all over the internet, thus making people interested in the movie. You get something. The movie gets something. Hooray. Lord knows if it sells movie tickets. I checked around for some case studies, but didn’t find any. But it’s more fun than a poster. Can You Build Interaction Points Into Your Business? In launching Blog Topics: Master Class, I put into…

What is copyright?
[April 23, 2012 – 01:20 pm]
What is copyright?

What is copyright ? In basic terms, copyright is a law that protects the original works of authors, artists, composers, and others from being used without permission. In the United States, an original work is under protection of copyright upon creation until 70 year after the creator’s death. Copyrights give the original creator the right to present, sell, replicate, or change their work, as they deem acceptable. Others must obtain permission from or give proper credit to the creator of the original work to use or modify the original work in their works. Technically, a copyright…

Acquisition of financial capital
[March 9, 2012 – 04:08 pm]
Acquisition of financial capital

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Organisational capital evaluation
[October 5, 2012 – 02:09 pm]
Organisational capital evaluation

‘Big data’ and analytics took center stage at the second annual FinTech Innovation Lab Demo Day in New York City today, as a select group of entrepreneurs supported by Wall Street leaders and venture capitalists provided a glimpse into the financial industry’s technology innovation and investment priorities. The graduates from this year’s FinTech Innovation Lab who presented included BillGuard, Centrifuge Systems, Digital Reasoning, EidoSearch, True Office and Visible Market.

Intellectual capital financial reporting
[March 11, 2010 – 05:57 pm]
Intellectual capital financial reporting

SAVANNAH — An annual study of the economic impacts of University System of Georgia (USG) institutions confirms that Savannah State University (SSU) continues to be a major force in the local economy, pumping approximately $139 million into the Savannah metropolitan area during fiscal year 2011. The study, conducted by the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business, was released today. The report updates similar studies conducted on behalf of the Intellectual Capital Partnership Program (ICAPP), an initiative of the USG Board of…

Corporate resources financial reporting
[November 24, 2010 – 02:17 pm]
Corporate resources financial reporting

A corporate undertaking is always external resource-based, whether it is a question of financial resource or human resource. Those who contribute the financial resources , present or prospective, have the right to know how best their resources are used. It is perhaps in recognition of this right at the corporate legislations all over the world, from the very inception imposed a responsibility on the corporate undertaking of communicating their state of affairs to the contributor of the resources. Corporate financial reporting includes dissemination of ‘material’ and ‘relevant’…

Reporting of structural capital
[December 19, 2011 – 09:46 am]
Reporting of structural capital

Obama and top campaign bundler Jonathan Lavine from Bain Capital. The Obama campaign blamed Governor Mitt Romney for the demise of GST Steel company in a video they released in May. The plant closed in 2001. Mitt left Bain in 1. For some reason the Obama camp forgot to mention this… Obama’s top bundler Jonathan Lavine was in charge of Bain during the BST layoffs. Chuck Slowe reported: Blaming Governor Romney for any issues surrounding the failure of GST is wrong and it is a blatant lie. Mitt Romney had been long gone when the company started to fail and subsequently closed it…

Organizational capital structure reporting
[July 7, 2012 – 08:46 am]
Organizational capital structure reporting

PerpetualBudget System 6.0.270 | 22.5 Mb PerpetualBudget is a distributed budgeting application for companies and organizations. It features Budget Builder, a graphical tool for constructing and maintaining budgets. It employs a program managed database to create all Excel workbooks and worksheets needed for the application. It also supports PerpetualBudget running in Windows to allow queries, budget data entry, maintenance and report writing. PerpetualBudget demonstrates the use of linkless worksheet templates for remote updating of the budget data from the User Group. The…

How to sell corporate capital?
[August 27, 2012 – 02:16 pm]
How to sell corporate capital?

When the Vietnam Coal and Mineral Industries (Vinacomin) spent money to buy stakes of the Saigon-Hanoi Bank (SHB) and SHB Securities, or contributed capital to set up the insurance joint venture SHB-Vinacomin, it could not imagine that it would have to sell the stakes at a loss one day. State owned economic groups and general corporations have been requested by the government to withdraw the capital they invested before in other businesses, in order to gather strength on their core business fields. However, it would be very difficult for them to sell stakes to withdraw capital…

Reporting of financial capital
[November 3, 2010 – 01:20 pm]
Reporting of financial capital

Download PDF By James Hopwood, Managing Director and Juanita Schwartzkopf, Managing Director In March of this year, Downey Regional Medical Center in Los Angeles County successfully emerged from bankruptcy as a healthier and stronger healthcare provider.  Key to the success was the assembling of a team of professionals who could see beyond the problems of the past and focus on finding the solutions. Successful healthcare turnarounds are significant success stories in today’s environment.  Compound the situation with a California location, and the ability to turn around a hospital…

How to evaluate organisational capital?
[April 8, 2011 – 08:29 am]
How to evaluate organisational capital?

Background (General Facts simply by Case Study) Dell destination a components bureau commemorated regarding the generate of electronics systems within parts add together.In 1983, Michael Dell saw an flexibility listed below eliminating IBM-compatible computers indicative a recent installing line pan continue being sold in direction of native companies.The confidence as explained throughout Michael Dell, below an interview amid Joan Magretta [1] region that listed below the traditional period of computers “production, the companies come in a position of negligible feature of…

Selling financial capital
[September 13, 2010 – 02:57 pm]
Selling financial capital

“I would rather expire at my desk than to sell my business and pay Uncle Sam one dime in taxes.” How many owners that have paid their fair share of taxes for twenty years of building their business feel this way? The tax bite is the single biggest factor in an owner’s reluctance to sell his/her company. I have previously written articles discussing various aspects of transaction structures to minimize taxes. As a result, I am often contacted by a panicked seller that is a week from closing his business sale as he looks in disbelief at his accountant’s spreadsheet detailing the…

Acquisition of structural capital
[April 8, 2012 – 04:20 pm]
Acquisition of structural capital

Broker Shore Capital described Fastnet Oil & Gas (LON:FAST) acquisition of Pathfinder Hydrocarbon Ventures as an excellent deal, so soon after the firm s IPO. It takes the firm into West Africa with high impact exploration acreage off the coast of Morocco and is a great deal for shareholders , analyst Craig Howie in a note to clients. Investors welcomed the announcement, which sees Fastnet become the latest explorer to join the hunt for oil in the region. As at 3pm, the shares were up 1.12 per cent, to change hands at 11.25 pence. Fastnet, which came to AIM last…

Intellectual company evaluation
[February 22, 2011 – 03:34 pm]
Intellectual company evaluation

Owning intellectual property, in and of itself, does not always drive value; however, not securing the necessary intellectual property can also be disastrous to your business’ valuation when third parties are looking at an investment, acquisition, or merger.  Valuation techniques used for emerging companies often rely on projected revenues over a horizon, or the length of time that the person/group performing the evaluation has decided to use. The Holy Grail of all businesses is to establish a sustainable competitive advantage.  This can be accomplished in many ways, including…