Lecture 2 spring 10 - Number of suppliers Volume per...

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Number of suppliers Volume per supplier Threat of Substitutes Relative price and performance Buyer willingness to switch Threat of Entrants Scale economies First mover advantage Distribution access Relationships Legal barriers Rivalry Scale economies Excess capacity Exit barriers Industry growth Concentration Differentiation Buyer Power Switching costs Differentiation Importance of product for costs and quality Number of buyers Volume per buyer Spring 2010 NBA 5060 Lecture 2 – Macroeconomic, Industry, and Strategy Analysis 1. Information Collection 2. Economic, Industry, and Strategy Analysis 3. Application to SBUX For 2/2/10: Read PH 5-1 to 5-18. Compute the basic profitability ratios (ROE and its components) for SBUX and come to class prepared to discuss. Lecture 2 Page 1 of 11
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Where to find information Company Information: SEC website: http://www.sec.gov/edgar.shtml Guide to Common SEC Filings: Filing Description Form 10-K This is the annual report filed by most companies. It provides a comprehensive overview of the company’s business. Depending on company size, it must be filed within 60 days of the close of the fiscal year. Form 10-Q This is the quarterly financial report filed by most companies. It includes unaudited financial statements and provides a continuing view of the company’s financial position during the year. Depending on company size, it must be filed within 35 days of the close of the quarter. Form 8-K This is the “current report” that is used to report the occurrence of any material events of corporate changes that are of importance to investors and have not been previously reported. Proxy Statement (form DEF 14A) The proxy statement provides official notification to designated classes of shareholders of matters to be brought to a vote at a shareholders’ meeting. Schedule 13D This filing is required by 5 percent (or more) equity owners within 10 days of the acquisition event. Schedule 13E These are filings required by persons engaging in “going private” transactions in the company’s stock or by companies engaging in tender offers for their own securities. Schedule 13G This is similar to Schedule 13D but is only available in special cases where control of the issuer is not compromised. Schedule 14D These are filings required pursuant to a tender offer. Form 3, Form 4, and Form 5 These are statements of ownership filings required by directors, officers, and 10 percent owners. Form 3 is the initial ownership filing, Form 4 is for changes in ownership, and Form 5 is a special annual filing. Registration Statements(forms S-1 and S-3) These are filings that are used to register securities before they are offered to investors. The most common registration filings are Forms S-1 and S-3. Prospectus (Rule
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