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FBE527FinalExamFall 2006

FBE527FinalExamFall 2006 - FBE 527 Final Exam Fall 2006...

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FBE 527 Final Exam Fall 2006 Student's name ___________________________ This is a 100 point, 100 minute closed book exam. You may continue your answer on the back of the page. 1) Discuss the differences between the two types of transactions: a PURCHASE/SALE OF ASSETS and a PURCHASE/SALE OF STOCK . Define each term and state what are the advantages and disadvantages of each to the buyer and to the seller . 8 Pts. 2) For a number of reasons, your firm has had very low sales, a lot of excess production capacity, and a generally weak financial position. The sales manager has an inquiry from a large successful Mid-Western firm that wants your firm to supply virtually all of their spare parts. (These are metal machine parts.) If you get the order it would represent 70% of your sales. Is there anything you, as the CFO, can suggest that will help induce –help make - this customer to buy from you? Also, if you got the order, how would you finance it? 5 Pts. 3) How does Stancill suggest that you check to find out if your company is carrying “too much” CASH?
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