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Intellectual capital acquitions
[February 15, 2010 – 01:32 pm]
Intellectual capital acquitions

The aspect of mergers and acquisitions in corporate finance strategy. This is management dealing with the buying, selling and different types of companies get benefit to grow their sector individually and the maximization of shareholder value is main target it's may be buying or selling companies.  There are several key factors that helps to gain mergers and acquisitions. Maximize the strategy of shareholders and creating and review the strategy is important key factors.  Strategic market panning for the companies identify the monetization alternatives. Benchmarking…

Definition of corporate capital
[January 6, 2013 – 05:57 pm]
Definition of corporate capital

Today a new campaign ‘Justice for Interns / Volunteers’ is being launched by charity workers hoping to end what they see as the exploitative practices of many charities. This got me thinking about the circumstances under which it is OK for charities to use volunteers and unpaid interns as a source of free labour and when is it morally reprehensible. Any attempt to weigh up the rights and wrongs of this common charity practice, is of course, a normative endeavour and therefore must have theory of justice at its heart. Not wishing to get bogged down in intricacies surrounding…

Intellectual company financial reporting
[September 17, 2012 – 03:19 pm]
Intellectual company financial reporting

Chinese education company New Oriental, which is listed in the U.S. on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: EDU), included this little bomblet in a July 17 earnings press release: On July 13, 2012,  the Company was informed that the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) had issued a formal order of investigation captioned “In the Matter of New Oriental Education & Technology Group Inc.”  The Company believes that the investigation concerns whether there is a sufficient basis for the consolidation of Beijing New Oriental Education & Technology…

Structural capital financial reporting
[October 11, 2011 – 11:35 am]
Structural capital financial reporting

Question: International Accounting Standards Board This option requires you to consider issues associated with: The role of the IASB The level of global acceptance and enforcement of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS). The role of the Securities Exchange Commission (US) and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (US) in helping develop one set of financial reporting standards for global use Specifically, you are required to answer the following questions: 1. The Securities Exchange Commission in the United States is responsible for ultimately determining whether…

Organizational capital structure evaluation
[August 24, 2011 – 02:25 pm]
Organizational capital structure evaluation

UGC NET syllabus for Management includes topics from the core subjects and the electives. Examination is based on the syllabus prescribed and mainly caters to basics of different management functional areas. UGC NET Examination pattern for Management The UGC NET Exam for Management has three papers. Paper 1 is the General paper. This paper tests the student’s [] Published by - Education and Career in India Syllabus for Management in UGC NET Exam