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  • BEng, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India, 1993
  • MBA, Delhi University, 1999
  • CFA (Indian accrediation not US) , Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India, 1998


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Capital Decisions: Equity, Convertible Bonds, Warrants

The Howland Carpet Company has grown rapidly during the past 5 years. Recently, its commercial bank urged the company to consider increasing its permanent financing. Its bank loan under a line of credit has risen to $250,000, carrying an 8 percent interest rate. Howland has been 30 to 60 days late i READ MORE »

Business / Finance / Derivatives / Options / Convertible Bonds » 79190

EGAD Bottling Co 8 glasses of water a day: Choose plan with lowest cost Questions 1. The objective is to choose the plan that has the lowest cost. Which plan would you recommend? 2. Presumably, information about the new line has been shared with supply chain partners. Explain what information should be shared with various partners, and why sharing that information is important.

I need a little help figuring out this case study.

The EGAD Bottling Company has decided to introduce a new line of premium bottled water that will include several "designer" flavors. Marketing manager Georgianna Mercer is predicting an upturn in demand based on the new offer and the increased pu READ MORE »

Business / Management Information Systems / Supply Chain Management » 300166

Letsgo Travel Trailer

Letsgo Travel Trailers: A Case for Incorporating the New Model
of the Organization into the Teaching of Budgeting
Sally Wright, University of Massachusetts-Bos

Letsgo Travel Trailers

Letsgo manufactures travel trailers bought primarily by young families and retirees interested in a light, READ MORE »

Business / Strategy and Business Analysis / Management Tools and Techniques / Just-In-Time » 91124

Installment Sales Method for Temporary Difference

Gators Corp. sold an investment on an installment basis. The total gain of $60,000 was reported for financial reporting purposes in the period of sale. The company qualifies to use the installment sales method for tax purposes. The installment period is 3 years; one-third of the sale price is collec READ MORE »

Business / Accounting » 89120

Forecasting case study: Carlson Department Store

Case Problem 1

The Carlson Department Store suffered heavy damage when a hurricane struck on August 31, 1996. The store was closed for four months (September 1996 through December 1996), and Carlson is now involved in a dispute with its insurance company concerning the amount of lost sales during READ MORE »

Business / Business Math / Managerial Statistics » 71606
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