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Explain discounted cash flaw
[February 19, 2018 – 09:12 am]
Explain discounted cash flaw

R Ling also told the court that he could not understand JPPH’s valuation of the land, saying it was very “confusing” to him un Dr Ling Liong Sik admitted during his cheating trial today that he does not understand the purpose behind the issuance of bonds to finance a property purchase. r Ling, who served as Malaysia’s transport minister for 17 years until 2003, told the High Court that while he has heard of bonds, his knowledge on the matter is limited to what he reads in stock market reports. “That’s all I know, ” he said to a question from lead prosecutor Datuk Tun Majid Tun…

Buying intellectual property
[February 17, 2018 – 09:12 am]
Buying intellectual property

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Personal intellectual property reporting
[February 15, 2018 – 09:12 am]
Personal intellectual property reporting

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Definition of corporate intellectual property
[February 11, 2018 – 09:02 am]
Definition of corporate intellectual property

A few weeks ago Judge Richard Posner dismissed (with prejudice) Apple v. Motorola, a key patent infringement case.  You can read the opinion here, as well as fellow blogger Kathleen Hudik’s excellent analysis here.  What followed is a unique look into the mind of one of the United States’ great contemporary jurists.  In an article for The Atlantic, Judge Posner shared his thoughts (in the abstract, as not to comment directly on any forthcoming appeal in the Apple case) on the current patent system in the US.  In short, the system is failing.  I would be remiss to disagree. Last…

How to evaluate organizational intellectual property?
[February 7, 2018 – 09:01 am]
How to evaluate organizational intellectual property?

WIPO is under fire again. It seems that WIPO not only shipped computers to North Korea, but also shipped computers to Iran as well. Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) called this latest WIPO transgression an outrage. At a hearing where Deputy USPTO Director Teresa Rea was a witness, Lofgren went on: Really, it s an outrage that WIPO would be transferring material, violating the sanctions that we have to North Korea and Iran I mean it s basically, it s funded by U.S. inventors. No related posts. Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.

Valuating intangibles
[February 5, 2018 – 08:57 am]
Valuating intangibles

Criticisms that have been leveled at survey-based methods for putting dollar values on the environment include: that the results have been shown to be inaccurate or illogical to some degree; that lay people in the community are not sufficiently informed to provide meaningful values; that decisions should be based on the inherent rights of the environment rather than costs and benefits; and that conducting large surveys for environmental valuation is too costly to be worthwhile.  I mentioned in Part 1 of this series that efforts by environmental economists to put dollar values…

Human capital acquitions
[January 28, 2018 – 08:32 am]
Human capital acquitions

Yesterday s post, The Human Startup,posited that debt financing faces some real problems as a model for making investments in human capital -- namely, college. It suggested that an equity-financing model which replaces tuition with an equity stake in an individual s future earnings could be at least a viable competitor, if not better suited to the startup type of investment made through college education. he post received a considerable amount of support as well as a number of critical questions. I appreciate both, and as I make the case for equity financing of human capital…

Copyrighted material price determination
[January 24, 2018 – 08:12 am]
Copyrighted material price determination

Questioning the Frequency and Wisdom of Compulsory Licensing for Pharmaceutical Patents [PDF] by Richard Epstein & F. Scott Kieff in 78(2) University of Chicago Law Review (2011) 71-93 comment that - any advocates for using compulsory licensing (CL) for pharmaceutical patents in developing countries like Thailand rest their case in part on the purported use of CL in the United States. In this Article we take issue with that proposition on several grounds. As a textual matter, the “commercially reasonable terms” language in Article 31 of TRIPS, even when qualified by…

What is Human capital Economics?
[January 20, 2018 – 08:04 am]
What is Human capital Economics?

Russ Roberts replies to my recent post on progress and signaling: Bryan wants to argue that conformity ossifies our behavior, but the world around us is full of non-conformity that eventually becomes no big deal. The first few people who bought a Palm Pilot looked goofy poking at a screen with a stylus. I remember. I was one of them. Now, it is totally culturally acceptable to poke at a screen with a stylus. How did that happen? PDAs are useful, so there were market forces to encourage tolerating the poking behavior. As far as I can tell, though, Russ and I don't deeply…

How to sell goodwill?
[January 16, 2018 – 07:59 am]
How to sell goodwill?

Love it or hate it, collectively all of the various forms of social media are a critical part of marketing. They are a way of connecting, not only with potential readers, but also with people who can be resources to help you meet your goals, as long as you remember that it is a two way street. You need to be prepared to put as much or more energy (or money) into other peoples’ goals as you would like them to put towards yours. Why is this important? Go back to my mantra: You sell your book by getting people to tell OTHER people to buy it, and read it. Think of social media as…

Human Resources Reporting Metrics
[January 10, 2018 – 07:34 am]
Human Resources Reporting Metrics

The perennial issue of women on boards was back in the spotlight again this week, when business secretary Vince Cable wrote to the seven remaining FTSE 100 companies with no female board representation, asking what steps they were taking to increase gender diversity at the highest level. But now a Conservative MP has suggested that the UK’s largest companies should also consider publishing ethnicity audits of their recruitment process and overall workforce mix. Alok Sharma, the Tory vice-chairman and MP for Reading West told The Times: “You could also have some sort of voluntary…

Reporting of discounted cash flaw
[January 8, 2018 – 07:33 am]
Reporting of discounted cash flaw

By Valuentum: As part of our process, we perform a rigorous discounted cash -flow methodology that dives into the true intrinsic worth of companies. In Crane Co s (CR) case, we think the firm is undervalued. We think it is fairly valued at $50 per share. For some background, we think a comprehensive analysis of a firm s discounted cash-flow valuation, relative valuation versus industry peers, as well as an assessment of technical and momentum indicators is the best way to identify the most attractive stocks at the best time to buy. This process culminates in what we call our…

What is Goodwill thrift store?
[January 4, 2018 – 07:24 am]
What is Goodwill thrift store?

This week’s kudos go to a visiting shopper who knew she could turn to Goodwill! Christina visits our area from Florida, and shops at the Waldorf, Maryland store when she’s staying with her daughter. During her last visit, she received a last-minute invitation to attend President Obama’s Inaugural Ball! Rather than panic over not having anything to wear, Christina headed to—where else? —Goodwill in Waldorf. She found this ivory dress for a great price, and was ready for the ball in a flash. I’m telling you, it’s definitely luck when you find a formal dress that doesn’t need any…

What is Corporate Capitalism?
[January 2, 2018 – 07:01 am]
What is Corporate Capitalism?

The modern university was born out of humanism’s rejection of the feudal worldview where education was reserved for the children of aristocrats and the plentiful poor were, by cosmic design, uneducated pawns of the powerful. But political systems are like ties. What was old becomes new again. Our nation, weary of the work that would be required for humanism’s dream,  has returned to a new form of feudalism where the power of kings and queens is replaced by the wealth of a new aristocracy, and thrones have been replaced by the board rooms of those imaginary royal persons we call…