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Explanation of customer capital
[December 3, 2010 – 08:54 am]
Explanation of customer capital

Right answers to wrong questions virtually guarantee failure. Innovators betting on "out of the box" thinking or "faster, better, cheaper" innovation paradigms for success all too frequently find themselves — and their customers — disappointed. Asking "how can we build a better mousetrap? " in an era of touchscreen and haptic virtuosity is not a recipe for success. Just-in-time innovation healing the pains customers have in the "here and now" may be wonderful — but it's the very definition of tactical…

Selling goodwill
[December 22, 2011 – 10:25 am]
Selling goodwill

This video is really interesting. Check it out: So basically, an Ebayer goes around to six Goodwill stores and buys a bunch of stuff. He claims that he will be able to sell everything on ebay for a $1 profit. What I like about this video is that it gives me an idea of what kind of stuff I should be looking for at Goodwill. Here is a list of the items he bought: -Golf polo t-shirts -Talk Boy cassette player -Ink cartridges -Hair rollers -Electric Scooter -Camcorder -Fabric Steamer -Braun Shaver -Conair Instant Heat -Dreamcast Controller -iFit training cards -Headset -Weight Watcher…

Reporting of corporate capital
[January 30, 2013 – 11:06 am]
Reporting of corporate capital

Secrecy is deeply embedded in Swiss political, bureaucratic and business culture. It’s of course not surprising that the world’s banking capital puts a premium on discretion and confidentiality. Switzerland is still a preferred location for companies and rich individuals around the world because it offers tax and other advantages, including political stability and a low level of transparency. Many journalists probing business, corruption, and even organized crime are bound to encounter either a Swiss bank account or a Swiss company in the course of their reporting. And getting…

What is discounted cash flaw?
[May 14, 2011 – 12:27 pm]
What is discounted cash flaw?

The second part of my valuation series is about one of the methods under the income approach, the discounted cash flow method. In this post, I will be showing you how to create a model from scratch. This model is not meant to teach you any in-depth theory on why certain decisions are made within the DCF , but rather just give a basic understanding of all the moving parts. I also suggest you use this time to use some techniques learned in my “Stop Using Your Mouse” post. read more

Evaluation of software code
[December 17, 2009 – 11:15 am]
Evaluation of software code

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Corporate capital reporting
[January 29, 2011 – 03:02 pm]
Corporate capital reporting

David Gergen By Michael Calderone uffPost, Posted: 07/18/2012 11:09 am Updated: 07/18/2012 11:34 am NEW YORK -- CNN senior political analyst David Gergen defended Mitt Romney this week against the Obama campaign s charges that the Republican nominee hasn t been honest about his tenure at Bain Capital -- a private-equity firm the former presidential adviser-turned-TV pundit knows something about. On Monday, Gergen acknowledged having a past relationship with the top partners at Bain that is both personal and financial -- a disclosure that the Daily Beast s Andrew Sullivan suggested…