Robert Bruner

In October 1990, the Boeing Company announced that it was launching a new aircraft model, the 777. The task for students in this case is to evaluate the 777 against a financial standard. The students must estimate a weighted average cost of capital (WACC) with which to evaluate the project IRRs.

Published 01 Jan 1994

Reference 4384

Topic Economics & Finance

Industry Airlines/Aviation Logistics and Supply Chain

Region North America

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In April 1992 this multinational consumer foods company is the focus of take-over rumors, which prompts an assessment of the firm's returns. The task for the student is to estimate the weighted average cost of capital (WACC) for the company and its three main business segments.

Published 01 Jan 1992

Reference 4387

Topic Economics & Finance

Industry Food and Beverages Production

Region Asia

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In September 1990, the financial controller of the Italian subsidiary of Glaxo must evaluate a financial analysis comparing two marketing strategies for introducing a new antibiotic into the Italian market. The task for the student is to evaluate and correct the discounted cash flow analysis.

Published 01 Jan 1992

Reference 4386

Topic Economics & Finance

Industry Pharmaceuticals

Region Europe

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In October 1990, the president of the Bank of Tokyo must design a financing plan with which to bring the bank into compliance with the international BIS capital adequacy standards. The alternatives include: (a) slowing the growth of the bank, (b) issuing equity, and (c) issuing convertible subordinated debentures.

Published 01 Jan 1992

Reference 4385

Topic Economics & Finance

Industry Banking

Region Asia

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