corporate finance hmwk chapter 7

corporate finance hmwk chapter 7 - 1 BUS 360 B: Corporate...

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BUS 360 B: Corporate Finance I Jaime A. Narbon Professor Brad Young Thursday, November 8, 2007 Homework Chapter 7 I-Discussion Questions: 1. In the management of cash and marketable securities, the primary concern should be for safety and liquidity rather than maximizing profit in order to establish a competitive advantage that will help increase market share through a rising stock price and carefully allocating resources among the current assets of a firm (cash, marketable securities, accounts receivable and inventory). 2. The regional collections offices are places in which check clearing processes, billing and collection deposits are performed. The Lockbox system is another option to the regional collection offices. Under this plan, customers are requested to forward their checks to a post office box in their geographic region and a local bank picks up the checks. The bank can then process the local checks through the local clearinghouse for rapid collection and have the funds available for use the same day. The similarity relies in that whether the
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2008 for the course MARKETING principles taught by Professor Dr.jorgemartinez during the Spring '08 term at MS Mary.

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corporate finance hmwk chapter 7 - 1 BUS 360 B: Corporate...

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