Past Bain Cases

Past Bain Cases - They always ask a profit maximizing...

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They always ask a profit maximizing question Round 1 (Spring 2005) A juice company moves into china. What is size of market? What can you charge? What operating costs will there be? A movie theatre in San Francisco is losing money. Why? How to turn it around? Which casino games are more profitable (framework crucial) No polling involved Round 2 (Spring 2005) A big beverage company wants to buy out small juice company (based on Pepsi acquiring Ocean Spray). What are the risks/issues that arise from such an acquisition (due diligence)? How do you satisfy both parties with concessions? A Hawaiian sugar cane company has lots of downtime on machines. Why? How many bowling balls sold in US in one year? --- Wanted to open up organic baby food company Dynamics? What problems? Why she should not do it? Your friend wants to by happy burger; it’s underperforming- why? Can
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This note was uploaded on 05/13/2011 for the course BUS 103 taught by Professor Opp during the Spring '10 term at Berkeley.

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