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Selling intellectual assets
[February 10, 2011 – 10:10 am]
Selling intellectual assets

I recently listened to a webinar by Mark Amtower about selling to the government.  It was mercifully short and had a lot of good basic information.  I am not sure he sold me on his buying his book, however I think that if you have 35 minutes, it would be worth your time just for the links. His key points The government is a HUGE market. They buy pretty much everything Even the federal government does most of its procurement outside of DC If you are just getting started.  a) get on the GSA schedule, b) expect 20 month delay, and c) expect to invest over $80K in time and other…

Buying intangible resources
[November 23, 2009 – 04:30 pm]
Buying intangible resources

According to a press release out this morning, Escrow.com announcedthat Frank Schilling’s DomainNameSales.com has successfully integrated the Escrow.com platform into its automated completion system, to ensure all parties are protected when buying or selling a domain name on DomainNameSales.com. “Frank Schilling’s name marketing companies have been strong supporters of Escrow.com since 2001 – using Escrow.com’s secure transfer platform thousands of times to purchase and sell domain names. Escrow.com acts in a similar capacity as an escrow agent would during real estate transactions…

Software code evaluation
[May 1, 2010 – 04:51 pm]
Software code evaluation

Well, I’ve been working through a number of project, pre-sales, final deliveries, scrum calls, best practice sessions, implementing Agile processes and weighing their pros-cons etc. I have also encountered some difficulties in having some of these best practices and at times had to literally go after everyone to explain why some of the processes we follow are MUST to be followed. Many a times, such follow-up sessions work but a few times they don’t work. When they do, everyone’s life is easy. Deliveries on time. My manager is happy. My manager’s manager is happy too. So all…

Buying non-physical assets
[June 3, 2010 – 12:15 pm]
Buying non-physical assets

Guaranteed Income Solutions Appropriate for Most Regular readers of our blog will notice a few recurring themes in our posts when it comes to retirement planning and post-settlement planning: Protecting yourself from the risk of outliving your money is wise Slow and steady wins the race Things that look too good to be true usually are A recent article in LifeHealthPRO reinforced our way of thinking. In “LIMRA: Most Advisors Favor Including Annuities in Clients’ Portfolios, ” we learn most financial advisors believe . . . Clients with less than $500, in assets should have some…

Buying non-physical resources
[September 22, 2010 – 09:56 am]
Buying non-physical resources

Although the title suggests it, back pain fails to only impact the back again. The anguish will in the beginning begin in a part of the again, for example the lower back or shoulders, but over time, if left untreated, the pain distributes to other areas of your back and even to areas, like, the biceps and triceps and thighs and legs. If you would like to prevent this from taking place to you, look at the subsequent article for back problems recommendations. As a way to help lessen your back discomfort, try eating an eating plan increased in potassium. Food products like bananas…

Intellectual assets acquitions
[July 19, 2012 – 11:56 am]
Intellectual assets acquitions

Sale of LumaTherm, Inc. Gerbsman Partners ( has been retained by LumaTherm, Inc. ( ) to solicit interest for the acquisition of all, or substantially all of, LumaTherm assets (the “LumaTherm Assets”). IMPORTANT LEGAL NOTICE: The information in this memorandum does not constitute the whole or any part of an offer or a contract. The information contained in this memorandum relating to the LumaTherm’s Assets has been supplied by LumaTherm. It has not been independently investigated or verified by Gerbsman Partners or their respective agents. Potential purchasers should not rely…

Evaluation of intangible resources
[April 5, 2012 – 04:43 pm]
Evaluation of intangible resources

Wheatworks Software program, LLC announces the release of Reduced Income Analysis Calculator, One.Seven, an extensive, Home windows? -based cash flow analysis device. Created for monetary managers, investors, advanced students as well as monetary professionals, Discounted Cash Flow Evaluation Calculator is really a capital budgeting calculator which simultaneously evaluates the cash flow number of 14 different expense tasks against five discount rates for every project. Customers may appreciate the actual calculator’s enhanced style, quick income admittance, “Quick Start” help…

Valuating intellectual assets
[May 2, 2012 – 02:45 pm]
Valuating intellectual assets

If the recent Golden Telecom case was the first indication that Delaware courts are moving away from a historical equity risk premium (ERP), a new statutory appraisal action from the Delaware Court of Chancery confirms that a supply-side ERP may indeed be the courts’ preference, if not presumption. At issue was the merger of a private company that provided mental health services for state prison populations; the deal closed at $40 million, but a group of dissenting shareholders claimed the going concern value of the company was closer to $55 million. Both parties’ experts used…

Definition of secret formula
[June 6, 2010 – 11:37 am]
Definition of secret formula

Wind the clock back just one or two a few years cakes were baked in pretty typical shapes. Indeed in addition to the occasional square or oblong cake, most were rounded in shape. Today though, stuff has moved on and you may get moulded cake tins to make your cake in a different one of various shapes at a golf bag to your fairy castle. It means that professional cakes has become made by just about anybody thanks to novel cake tins. What shape would you like your cake? Those days are gone every time a cake was either round or square, or just on occasion rectangular whether it…

Acquisition of discounted cash flaw
[December 27, 2010 – 11:25 am]
Acquisition of discounted cash flaw

M&A – a company must have a strategic rationale for completing an M&A transaction. The goal should be to drive either an immediate or a near-term increase in shareholder value. Principle constituents of any M&A transaction – shareholders, employees, regulators, union leaders, credit rating agencies, equity research analysts, debt holders. Investment bankers have to render a  fairness opinion  to companies involved, ensuring that the transaction is fair from a financial POV.Every M&A transaction requires a  due diligence  process that investigates…

Definition of discounted cash flaw
[February 1, 2011 – 09:39 am]
Definition of discounted cash flaw

The discounted valuation technique (DCF) is the backbone of modern finance and even modern business. DCF permits to measure investments, analysing in and out cash flows, and when applied to company valuations defines the intrinsic value of a company (as an alternative to market valuations like comparable companies and precedent transactions). To understand DCF, is important to have a perspective of the company based on the following variables: 4 variables from the Balance Sheet: any investment can be seen as an increase the assets, net working capital or net fixed assets, and…

Unidentifiable intangibles acquitions
[April 7, 2010 – 01:36 pm]
Unidentifiable intangibles acquitions

I’ve always had an issue with goodwill.   Not goodwill in the charitable sense , but rather goodwill in the accounting sense.   For those that toil away in the accounting profession, be it public accounting or industry, goodwill has likely been a recurring pain in your ass.   If you work in the accounting department of a company that has goodwill, every year you probably hear about the need to test for whether your goodwill has been impaired.   If you are the auditor of a company that has goodwill, it is your unfortunate job to make sure your client didn’t screw the pooch with…

Intellectual assets valuation
[December 2, 2009 – 11:43 am]
Intellectual assets valuation

The Real Options Approach to Accurate Licensing Rates by: Fernando Torres, M.Sc. P icture the situation. The company has spent millions developing a new technology, the patent has been issued, and the Intellectual Property holding company (IPH) is ready to leverage the innovation by licensing to various subsidiaries. At what rate should the licenses be structured? What about compliance? The transfer pricing specialists are called, and they come back with: “There are no close comparables!” It seems the new technology is truly innovative and conventional methods to determine transfer…

How to buy intangibles?
[February 28, 2011 – 10:56 am]
How to buy intangibles?