Mars Case - Hale Scheckelhoff Bus 101 Mars Case 1) From the...

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Hale Scheckelhoff Bus 101 Mars Case 1) From the perspective of Mars Incorporated, who are the primary stakeholder groups in this case? -From Mars Incorporated the primary stakeholder groups in this case are: -Owners- Wrigley Jr. (executive chairman Wrigley), Michaels (president Mars), Goudet (CFO Mars), shareholders of Wrigley, and Perez (president and CEO Wrigley) -Suppliers- Warren Buffet on behalf of both companies to bridge the gap between the two companies 2) What are the legal issues in the case, if any? The legal issue is contract between the supplier and the owners, so between the owners of Mars and Wrigley with Mr. Buffett. Mr. Wrigley also said he felt “regulatory pressure” from regulatory law. 3) This case is about which of the four business processes? This case is about acquiring financial capital as Warren Buffett gave the merging of the company’s money to secure the merging without wanting ownership of the two companies. It is not stated whether Buffett made a profit by loaning his money to these companies. It seems he is doing this transaction through a friendly gesture, by gaining nothing directly, financially.
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4) What would Milton Friedman say about Mars’ decision to acquire Wrigley?
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