ORIE4152HW1 - KatieClunekmc296 ORIE4152Homework1...

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Katie Clune – kmc296 ORIE 4152- Homework 1 Due: Thursday, September 9, 2010 1)  Round Two VC’s 1.80 million Round One VC’s 16.32 million Ferguson 4.16 million Forgaard 1.60 million Germano 1.28 million Other employees 8.64 million 2) Round Two VC’s 7.09 million Round One VC’s 64.28 million Ferguson 16.37 million Forgaard 6.30 million Germano 5.04 million Other employees 33.99 million 3) Vermeer could not have established themselves as an independent organization  due to various reasons.  Primarily, Vermeer was operating against established  companies like Microsoft and Netscape.  Both of these companies had ample  resources, as well as a numerous programs and operations.   This left Vermeer  with the lower hand in the situation, as it was merely a blossoming company with  only one partially finished product.  Furthermore, Vermeer had limited funding  and resources.  In order to compete with companies like Microsoft and Netscape, 
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course ORIE 4152 taught by Professor Callister during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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