WHAT IS MARKETING?
achieve organizational goals by determining the needs and wants of customers and delivering
the desired benefits more effectively and efficiently than competitors.
REASON FOR NEW PR
Curled metal analysis:
CURLED METAL (criteria to be
consider)
Does the product provide value
Kendricks test
Is the market is large enough
What capacity do we need
1.
2.
What will determine success
3.
Curled Metal Case
Golnaz Abadian
1. Evaluate the feasibility of the new product.
The production of the new product cushion Pad is an easy process, since the raw material is
Curled metal which been use
BUSIK 5020: INTRODUCTION
TO MARKETING PROJECT
TESLA MODEL 3
Tesla Model 3 Market Plan
Situation Analysis
All throughout history, transportation has been a significant part of human life. In today's ti
Keurig class solution
Office managers prefer to buy from distributers and not buy it directly from keurig (website, mail,.)
because they need the relationship with distributers for the maintenance.
Ho
W3001 Introductory Finance
Solutions Problem Set Two
1.
A father wishes to make equal payments to a bank account earning a 5% rate of interest to provide for his sons education. He
estimates the educa
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Four Solutions
1.
Consider a bond paying an annual coupon of $80 with a face value of $1000. Calculate the yield to maturity if
the bond has:
a.
20 years remaini
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Two
DUE: Wednesday, September 22, 2004
1. A father wishes to make equal payments to a bank account earning a 5% rate of interest to provide for his
sons educatio
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Three
Due: Wednesday, September 29th
1. Consider the following cash flows from a $100 cash investment project:
t=0
1
2
3
4
5
6
-100
30
30
30
30
30
The cost of ca
W3001 - Introductory Finance
A Review of the Capital Asset Pricing Model and its Basis in Portfolio
Theory
75 Questions
Name: _ Date: _
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
1.Which of the following statements regarding ris
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Three Solutions
1. Consider the following cash flows from a $100 cash investment project:
t=0
1
-100
2
30
3
30
4
30
5
30
6
30
The cost of capital is 10%. If all
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Six - Solutions
Due: Wednesday, November 3rd
1.
Assume that an individual can either invest all of her resources in one of two securities A or B; alternatively s
Solutions
Problem Set One
1) Suppose you know you will need $2,500 two years from now in order to make a down payment on a car. A.) Bank
One is offering a 4% interest rate compounded annually for two-
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Five Solutions
1.
Suppose that we observe the price of three coupon bonds with the following maturity dates
prices, and coupon rates all with maturity value of $
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Seven
Due: Wednesday, November 10th
1. Comment briefly on the following statement: If a portfolio has a high beta then further
diversification is possible.
2. Th
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Six
Due: Wednesday, November 3rd
1. Assume that an individual can either invest all of her resources in one of two securities A or B;
alternatively she can diver
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set #1
Due: Wednesday, September 15th
All problems must be solved in a present value framework and must be accompanied by a timeline.
1. Suppose you know you will ne
W3001 Introductory Finance
Problem Set Four
Due: Wednesday, October 6th
1. Consider a bond paying an annual coupon of $80 with a face value of $1000. Calculate the
yield to maturity if the bond has:
a
Time Value of Money
1. Why do we need to discount cash flows?
2. Sum of an infinite geometric series
3. Perpetuities (Constant and Growing)
4. Annuity (Constant and Growing)
5. Solutions to selected p
Exam II
Retention ratio (b) =
or
1 Dividend Payout ratio
Rate of growth in Dividends: g = b * ROE
Dividends in time 1: 1 = 0 (1 + )
Dividends in time 1 = Dividends in time 0 (1 + )
or: 1 = 1 (1 )
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
School of Professional Studies
Business PS5001_004: Introduction to Finance
Fall 2017
Professor:
Classroom:
Email:
Class Time:
Consultation hours:
Class website:
Hany Guirguis
410
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
School of Professional Studies
Business PS5001_004: Introduction to Finance
Fall 2017
Professor:
Classroom:
Email:
Class Time:
Hany Guirguis
410 International Affairs Building
hsg2
BUSI K4009
Financial Accounting
Live Session #1
The Accounting Equation
Assets = Liabilities
+ Owners Equity
Rules of Debit and Credit
The Accounting Equation
T-Account
Simple tool for analyzing and d
WEEK 2
Study Circle Problem #1
1.
Go through each account and determine whether the account is an asset, a liability, or an owners
equity account.
2.
After you have classified the accounts, prepare th
At the beginning of 2015, Mazzaro Company acquired equipment costing $130,200. It was estimated that this eq
$13,020 at that time. The straight-line method of depreciation was considered the most appr
MODULE TWO - LIVE SESSION PROBLEM ONE
It is December 31 and time for you to close the books. Journalizing the closing entries
for Brett Kaufman Enterprises:
a. Withdrawals, $9,000
b. Service revenue,
MODULE TWO - LIVE SESSION PROBLEM TWO
Fischers Golf School, complete the following transactions during July, 2012:
July 1
July 4
July 5
July 8
July 11
July19
July 24
July 26
July 31
Prepaid Insurance
How can information itself provide a competitive advantage to an organization? Give
two examples. For each example describe its associated risks.
Information resource includes data, technology, people