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Key Management Ratios FINANCIAL TIMES PRENT.INT
KsiÄ Ĺźki obcojÄzyczne / angielskie
4th edition. This new version has been repackaged with a new jacket design, and brings alive the connections and relationships between different parts of a business.
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Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Accounting and Taxes, printed single-sided, grade: 1,3, University of Applied Sciences Berlin, course: Financial Management, 14 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Executive Summary Financial analysis can be conducted internally or externally to assess a company s financial condition by analyzing mainly its financial statements. A company s overall financial condition can be appraised using ratio analysis to examine its key figures in leverage, liquidity, efficiency and profitability. Within this paper, next to the theoretical explanations, the different ratios will be observed for the two retail companies Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (Wal-Mart) and Target Corp. (Target). Due to its large contribution to the US gross domestic product (GDP), the retail industry and its most important companies for the US, Wal-Mart and Target are examined more closely. Wal-Mart is a world-wide operating discount store, which engaged 2.1 million employees in January of 2008 and whose revenues made up about 2.1 % of US GDP. Compared to Wal-Mart, the upscale discounter Target employs 366,000 people within the US. Within this paper the following leverage ratios, which are computed to evaluate a company s ability to meet financial obligations, will be theoretically explained and then examined more closely for the US discounters Wal-Mart and Target: the debt-ratio, the debt-equity ratio and the times-interest-earned ratio. The computed leverage ratios need to be confronted with the liquidity ratios to investigate, whether a company can also cover its short-term debts in order to survive and to then meet long-term debt obligations. Within this paper the current ratio, the quick ratio and the cash ratio will be regarded more closely for Wal-Mart and Target. How efficiently a company makes usage of the invested current and fixed assets is detected using efficiency ratios, like the sales-to-assets ratio, the days in inventory ratio and the average collection period. Profitability ratios investigate how profitable a company works compared to its competitors analyzing the net profit margin, the return on assets and the return on equity as well as the payout ratio. Finally connections between the profitability and efficiency ratios will be shown using the Dupont system.
Brand Marketing: Image - The Key to Success GRIN Verlag
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Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Business economics - General, printed single-sided, Nürtingen University (FB BWL), course: Seminar, 12 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: Image the key to success. In fact, a positive image matters for a company to be successful and it is a good opportunity to get positive publicity. On the other side there are other things, which are important to be successful. There are management ratios like productivity, profitability, liquidity and many other ratios, which count in order to value a company numerically. In my following work, I will only refer to the image.Image is not only developed through advertising. The products should suit the corresponding brand and the selected advertising medium should support the brand and its image through its means of communication in order to create a total image of the company, the brand and the products. The brand and the image of a company represent the promise that products and services will perform to expectations. The identity-oriented marketing of a brand and its products contributes in addition to revalue a company identity through good image. In this connection, I will focus more closely on the importance of brand identity and brand marketing.Furthermore, I will base my report on Thermador, an American kitchen appliance manufacturer, where I conducted my internship, to clarify the important role of Image. Thermador s corporate office is located in Huntington Beach, California. All employees of hierarchy level and departments are located here. Since my internship experience was conducted with Thermador, it enabled me to develop a deeper insight into the company and the brand. Thermador was bought in 1998 on its good image by the German company Bosch-Siemens-Home Appliances Ltd. and is banished almost exclusively in North America. The brand Thermador represents qualitatively high-value built-in appliances and has established, over a period of more than 70 years, an outstanding name in the home appliances industry throughout North America.
Jeffrey C. Hooke - M&A John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Disney has done it. Chemical Bank has also. So, too, have thousands of other companies. In fact, it has become a staple of American business today: mergers and acquisitions. Spreading across all industry lines and encompassing corporations both large and small, merger and acquisition deals are booming. In 1995 alone, the value of all announced deals exceeded $300 billion, including Disney's $19 billion acquisition of Capital Cities and Chemical Bank's $10 billion merger with Chase Manhattan. As a dynamic means of fostering growth, more and more companies will be looking to "do the deal," making it essential for corporate managers and financial officers to know their way around the M&A process. In this authoritative new reference, Jeffrey Hooke-a specialist in the field who has participated in 70 corporate finance transactions-provides a practical, comprehensive, and well-rounded overview to the ins and outs of M&A deals. Using real-life examples, Hooke takes you step by step through the M&A process, outlining the fundamental principles that underlie deals and pinpointing the important strategies that play key roles in successful transactions. The first step is developing a disciplined acquisition plan that includes a researched assessment of management readiness and financial capability. With your finances in order, it's time to find the deal that matches your company's objectives. Hooke shows you how to initiate an acquisition search by starting your own program, screening candidates, and implementing direct contact; and when you're ready to price and close a deal, Hooke's proven valuation and negotiating strategies will have you on firm footing. An invaluable primer for corporate executives and investment professionals involved in the mergers and acquisitions process, M&A is the most complete guide available today. M&A gives you the A to Z on: Key risks that face corporate acquirers-operating issues, the danger of overpayment, financial leverage concerns Valuation tools-using the intrinsic value approach and applying the relative value method such as comparable P/E and EBIT ratios Buyer categories-Window Shopper, Bottom Fisher, Strategic Buyer Maximum deal size guidelines-affordability, management experience, corporate risk tolerance The basics of negotiating and structuring-letter of intent (LOI), due diligence investigation, closing and postmerger integration Selling a business-retaining a financial advisor, approaching the market, confirming a valuation range A savvy guide to mastering the art of M&A From an expert in the M&A field comes a one-of-a-kind book that takes business executives and investment professionals through the complete mergers and acquisitions process. "Jeffrey Hooke has done a fine job explaining the 'ins and outs' of a very complex business. He knows what he's talking about."-John C. Whitehead, former Co-Chairman, Goldman, Sachs & Co. "M&A takes the fear out of the decision-making process-a great pragmatic tool. Hooke has given us a fine 'how-to' manual." -Kenneth Tuchman, Managing Director, Lehman Brothers, Inc. "Hooke's basic outline of the dynamics involved provide a basic overview for both corporate executives and business students. His examples-real transactions coupled with the practicalities and legalities of the deal business-make for informative and enjoyable reading."-Gilbert W. Harrison, Chairman, Financo, Inc. "Jeffrey Hooke has written a first-class primer on the science and art of mergers and acquisitions. This book will be a standard for both students and practitioners in the field."-Glenn H. Hutchins, Senior Managing Director, The Blackstone Group
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