1 Which of the following would be a cash flow from operating activities? (check all that
apply)
Payments for advertising
Payments to suppliers
Depreciation on a building
Gain on sale of equipment
Coll
Review Weeks 4-6 Part 3
C Y N DY W A LT O N
IMBA 501
P E N N S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y
Oligopoly
2
Oligopoly market structures are characterized by
only a few firms, each of which is large relative
iMBA502, Lesson 5
Examples of basic:
Visual DuPont Models
and
Verses to DuPont Song
Note: You will want to use a reduced visual in the term
project; this full one is too small and complex.
Do not use
Excel solutions to Lesson 8, Part A example problems
Penn State Credit union problem:
FV =
$7,346.64
EFF =
FV =
$1,166.40
Pmt
Pv
-5000
Type
Rate
0.1
Nper
7
Pmt
Pv
-300000
Type
Rate
Nper
Pmt
Pv
Type
m*
Coachs Stocks & Funds
(Coach & spouse, exceeding $1/sh.)
(An example for Lesson 1 Stock Picks Assignment and a way of doing Full Disclosure)
9/1/15
Investment Funds/Indexes:
BRK.B (NYSE) Berkshire Hat
Ratios, iMBA502
Profitability Ratios
Asset Turnover Ratios
Leverage Ratios
Solvency (Liquidity) Ratios
Market Ratios
Other Ratios
Modified DuPont Model Analysis
Note About Ratio Formulations:
D
Business & Industry Analysis:
through Financial Information
Second
Stephen F. Jablonsky & Robert P. Crum
Understanding Business
Edition
2005
CAGRs Tutorial
Compound Annual Growth Rate
The compound an
Calculus Review
DERIVATIVES
Cyndy Walton, PhD, MBA
Penn State University
How to Take a Derivative
Appendix A Formula for Taking a Derivative:
1. The derivative of a constant is zero, and the
derivativ
Review for Weeks 1 - 3
ECONOMICS AND
STRATEGY
Cyndy Walton, PhD, MBA
Penn State University
What Is Competition?
A competitive market is a market in which
there are many buyers and sellers so that
each
Review for Weeks 4-6 Part 1
EC O N OMI C S A N D STR ATEGY
C Y N D Y WA LT O N , P H D , M B A
P E N N S TAT E U N I V E R S I T Y
Industry
2
An industry is a group of firms producing
products that a
Lesson 1
The Economic Foundation of
Business Strategy
Objectives
In a competitive environment, managers must
seek a pricing and output strategy that will
maximize the present value of the future prof
Self-Study Activity 2.3
Answers
Practice Problems for the Elasticities of Demand
1. What would the consequences of income inelastic demand be for an industry in the long run?
Answer: As income rises,
Self-Study Activity 2.2
Answers
Practice Problems for Other Elasticities of Demand
1. Can a good be both normal and income inelastic?
Answer: Yes, it can. For a normal good, Ey > 0. For an income inel
Self-Study Activity 2.1
Answers
Demand Elasticity Practice Problems
1. Suppose the price elasticity coefficient of demand is 2. What does this mean?
Answer: It means that if price were raised from the
How Asteroid 1950 DA Keeps It Together
The kilometer-size rubble pile appears to be held together by van der Waals forces. Karen Hopkin reports
From the depths of space, an asteroid hurtles toward Ear
001
Is this a defect, or are the authors working out of, or trying to forge, a different kind of
aesthetic?
Is this a defect, or are the authors working out of, or trying to forge, a different kind
iMBA
Fall 15 Orientation
Starting Date: August 10, 2015
Ending Date: August 30, 2015
Required Activities
Introduction
1. Read through Fall 2015 Orientation Information, Collaborate Information and Lin
Collaborate Sessions
Dear Students:
Here is the schedule:
Collaborate Session 1 Rules of the Game, Dr. Ash, Friday (08/14), 9:00 to 10:30 p.m. EST
Collaborate Session 2 Teams, Dr. Duck, recorded sessi
My Favorite Mistake: Spanx Founder Sara
Blakely
On her mortifying moment at the BBC
http:/www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2012/04/29/spanx-founder-sara-blakely-s-favoritemistake.html
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