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Price determination of intangible assets
[August 21, 2011 – 03:03 pm]
Price determination of intangible assets

PURCHASE ANSWERS HERE   1) Which of the following is NOT considered cash for financial reporting purposes? 2) What is the preferable presentation of accounts receivable from officers, employees, or affiliated companies on a balance sheet? 3) Which of the following is considered cash? 4) If a company employs the gross method of recording accounts receivable from customers, then sales discounts taken should be reported as 5) Assuming that the ideal measure of short-term receivables in the balance sheet is the discounted value of the cash to be received in the future, failure to…

Unidentifiable assets valuation
[October 19, 2010 – 02:59 pm]
Unidentifiable assets valuation

Xyratex (XRTX) Q2 2012 Earnings Call July 05, 2012 4:30 pm ET Executives Brad Driver Richard Pearce - Chief Financial Officer and Director Steve Barber - Chief Executive Officer and Director Analysts Aaron C. Rakers - Stifel, Nicolaus & Co., Inc., Research Division Glenn Hanus - Needham & Company, LLC, Research Division David Ryzhik Jung Pak Presentation Operator Good day, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the Second Quarter 2012 Xyratex Earnings Conference Call. My name is Kim, and I will be your coordinator for today. [Operator Instructions] As a reminder…

Valuating intellectual resources
[September 20, 2011 – 12:07 pm]
Valuating intellectual resources

New York, July 9 (SharewellNewswire.com) – Valuing emerging biotech or healthcare companies exclusively based on past performance is like valuing an MBA prospect by little league performance. From developing a blockbuster product (good) to product recalls (bad), revenue can take off in any direction for healthcare. At the same time, my research has shown that the positives outweigh the negatives with a strong margin of safety. Thus, the industry, as a whole, appears to be trading well below intrinsic value – an opinion that is shared by the Russell 1 Value Index Fund, whose…

Personal intellectual property acquitions
[July 16, 2012 – 11:35 am]
Personal intellectual property acquitions

In financial terms, a $300m acquisition is no big deal for Samsung Electronics, given its $150bn market capitalisation. But in terms of technology, strategy and history, the South Korean group’s acquisition of the mobile business of UK-based CSR matters a lot. As the company’s legal battles with Apple highlight, technology is crucial to Samsung’s future, as it moves from technological follower to technological leader in global markets. As the group itself has acknowledged, this applies in both hardware and software. Continue reading »

Explain intangible assets
[April 20, 2011 – 04:56 pm]
Explain intangible assets

A guy brought up a question in class together when the lecturer tried to explain intangible assets on the balance sheet, and the various methods of impairment. Suppose a football club in Europe who sells its players, how does the club classify the cash flow generated from the sale?Soccer players aren t exactly classified as assets on the balance sheet, and therefore recording the sale as a gain from sale of asset isn t probable. On the other hand, soccer clubs often pay a price above and beyond to obtain a good player which accountants normally classify as goodwill which…

Service company explanation
[November 14, 2009 – 04:21 pm]
Service company explanation

Explainer Videos Sell, sell, sell… That is the world we live in. If you are the one trying to sell something, then you want people to take notice of your product or service in our busy world. On the other hand, if you are a customer, sometimes the selling techniques of businesses can be a little overwhelming. There are so many companies out there trying to sell their own product and sometimes it can result in the customer feeling like all a company wants is their money, and they switch off. Our explainer videos have a range of purposes – we can help you to sell your prduct in…

How to buy brand?
[April 1, 2010 – 03:45 pm]
How to buy brand?

Designer sunglasses are more than just a name – they’re all about great quality. Sure, you could go for a cheap knock-off or imitation, but you would not be getting the assurance that comes from buying a brand name that has a proven track record and a good reputation.  That’s why it is important for you to buy your sunglasses from a reliable trusted source.  It’s the only way you can be sure that you’re getting the real thing. At shopbyus.com, you will get more than just name brand sunglasses with a guarantee of being 100% authentic, you will also save money on your purchase. …

Intellectual resources valuation
[July 31, 2012 – 07:00 am]
Intellectual resources valuation

Nfrastructure: The Social Value of Shared Resources y Brett M. Frischmann Buy new: $85.00 $78.28 21 used & new from $64.59 (Visit the Most Wished For in Environmental & Natural Resources Law list for authoritative information on this product s current rank.) Review & Description Infrastructure resources are the subject of many contentious public policy debates, including what to do about crumbling roads and bridges, whether and how to protect our natural environment, energy policy, even patent law reform, universal health care, network neutrality regulation…

Explanation of copyrighted material
[November 29, 2009 – 04:48 pm]
Explanation of copyrighted material

Copyright infringement is a federal crime ! Fair Use vs Stealing I recently had a problem with an unenlightened, uneducated and low-class site who stole (and are stealing)  a lot of my cartoons. crow in black They are a “humor” site, and they stole many dozens of my cartoons (which explains why this site was down for the last 10 days). I will deal with them separately, when my investigation is done, but because they were so very stupid, I wanted to try to explain Fair Use to my smart readers here! Very very briefly, there are 4 rules of Fair use: 1. Purpose (entertainment, or…

How to sell non-physical resources?
[August 20, 2010 – 08:44 am]
How to sell non-physical resources?

One of the nice things about having a blog is the interaction it brings with those who read it.  I enjoy the comments, emails, and tweets I get each week about my posts; and I am happy to say that 99% of them are positive.  However, every now and then I get an outlier like this… I think it’s best if you don’t try to do chart analysis on your site and just stick to your little stories.  I mean seriously, If you were so good at charting how come you aren’t a millionaire from trading? That’s a fair question, and one that deserves an answer.  Sometimes other things happen outside…

Intangible resources price determination
[January 25, 2010 – 11:03 am]
Intangible resources price determination

Wall Street is losing clients by the boat full ever since they were bailed out by the government with the recent $2 billion trading loss by JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) being the latest example.  People want to trust the stock market but just aren’t sure exactly how to invest, especially when one brokerage firm’s buy ratings are really hold ratings and hold ratings are really sell ratings. With Wall Street confusing investors by using very different ratings systems, one firm’s “buy”

Explain non-physical assets
[December 15, 2010 – 10:44 am]
Explain non-physical assets

CA Technologies offers essentially every ITSM application under the sun, and then some. Some of their applications are more commonly used than others; one of their more popular products happens to be CA Service Desk Manager. For managing problem & incident reporting and resolution (for both external and internal customers), CA Service Desk is one of the most compelling applications in the market. We’re going to spend some time explaining one way businesses can get even more out of their CA Service Desk software – assuming that they also use a non-CA asset management…

What is goodwill?
[January 19, 2010 – 03:09 pm]
What is goodwill?

Goodwill : The difference between the fair value of a business as a whole and the aggregate of the fair values of the separable and identifiable assets and liabilities. This implies that it is not possible to identify goodwill separately from the business, and this is largely because it is an intangible asset. The definition above explains that goodwill is the value placed upon a business in excess of the sum of its individual assets; thus goodwill represents the value of the business continuing as a going concern, as compared with its assets being sold individually. However…

Evaluation of discounted cash flaw
[July 3, 2010 – 09:52 am]
Evaluation of discounted cash flaw

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…