2016 09 03
The total size of the board is 11 members. The currently full-time
employees are 6 people, I will list them in the list below.
a. Joseph W. Luter, III
b. P. Edward Schenk, Jr.
c. Aaron D. Trub
d. George E. Hamilton, Jr
FINANCE EXAM 1 REVIEW
Class Note 1 Review Questions
1. The differences between the accounting and finance approach are as follows
o Accounting approach to representing shareholder interest
o Maximizes the firms earnings per share or n
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EXAM #2 REVIEW
Corporate Control Policy: an entitys decision to expand the control of assets under its control;
contract or restructure the assets under its control; and finally retain control of its own assets
Expansion: A bidder such as a hedge fund
This case illustrates the lease-versus-purchase decision from
the standpoints of both the lessee and lessor.
The model calculates the NAL (NPV) and IRR of the lease for both
the lessee a
1. Accounting approach is to representing shareholder interest is to maximize the firms
earnings per share or net income or accounting profit. The finance approach to
representing shareholder interest is to maximize cash flows or maximize shareholder
GARDEN STATE CONTAINER CORPORATION
Financial Analysis and Forecasting Group 2 Mike Argyrou, Rob Curl, Dan Mills, Patrick Bross, David Lloyd
Manufactures boxes and other containers for farm products More than 85% of sales from PA, NJ, NY
Review of Basic Financial Tools
Time Value of Money Compounding (future values) PV(FVIFi,n) PMT(FVIFAi,n) for an annuity Discounting (present values) FV(PVIFi,n) PMT(PVIFi,n) for an annuity 2ndICONV for NOM/EAR problems
Bond Valuation Par Value face value
Bonus Assignment: CEO Compensation
The CEO of Cisco, John Chambers, received $16,488,184 in total
compensation. The salary portion is equal to $1,100,000, stock awards valued at
$12,876,709, non-equity incentive plan compensation
The Third bonus assignment
1. For the reason why CalPERRS will invest in Lockheed, CalPERS, the nation's
largest pension fund, said it backed Simmons' slate largely because of a
commitment from the dissident investor to esta
The second bonus assignment
According to the website www.paywatch.org, we can exactly know the accurate
compensation of Philippe Dauman who is the CEO of the media conglomerate Viacom for
2015. To be concise, his such incred
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Midterm Exam - Finc 312
Spring 2012 Sections 10 & 11
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Smith v. Van Gorkom
(488 A.2d 858 (Del. 1985)
-A corporation (Marmon) was attempting a leveraged buy-out of TransUnion. TransUnion's CEO, Van
Gorkom proposed a price of $55/share.
-Van Gorkom and his CFO didn't bother to do any research to see how m
Exam 2 Overview
Exam 2 has the same look and feel of Exam 1
13 Multiple Choice
5 Short Answer
4 Matching Cases with rule
Right to Privacy?
The U. S. Constitution contains no express right
Based on the liberty clause in the 14
September 6, 2016
Bonus Assignment #1
1. The total size of the board is eleven, and six of them are currently full-time
employees of the company. They are the following:
1. Joseph W. Luter, III
2. George E. Hamilton, Jr.
3. Roger R.
CalPERS vs. Metromedia International Group Inc.
Metromedia International Group Inc. (MMG or the Company), founded by John
W. Kluge, is a global holding company working on the development and operation of
FINC312 Exam 2 Review Questions
Class Note IV
1. Corporate control policy is an entitys decision to expand the control of assets under its
control; contract or restructure the assets under its control; and finally retain control of
its own assets.
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Finance 312 Review Questions
Class Note 1 Review Questions
1. The a ou ti g app oa h is fo used o
a i izi g the fi s ea i gs pe sha e o et i o e
or accounting profit. The finance approach is focused on maximizing cash f
Review Questions: Class Notes #3
1. Financing policy is concerned with how the firm should raise money. When deciding
between common stock and debt this is known as capital structure. For example,
Facebook is an all-equity firm, but was looking for ways t
FINC312 Exam 2
Making Investment Decisions with NPV Rule chart
Lines 1-5 is basically an abbreviated balance sheet
Lines 6-12 are the income statement
Tax credit = pretax loss * tax rate
Pretax profit = sales COGS other costs depr.
FINC312 Exam 1
Organizational Forms of Business
1. Sole Proprietorship owned and managed by a single individual
Easiest to start
100% control easy/quick decision making
little or no regulation
taxed once at personal level b/c no sepa
Chapter 1: The firm and the financial manager
1.1 Organizing a business
Sole proprietor: no partners or stockholedrs, you bear all costs and keep all
Partnership: partnership agreement sets out how management decisions are
made and proportion o
Atlantic Aquaculture, Inc.
The board and senior executives of Atlantic Aquaculture, Inc., a leading seafood farmer harvester
and processor, scheduled a meeting in early 1996 to consider a major change in its cor
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Chapter 19 Linear Programming
QUESTION: Have you ever been limited to
what you can get done because you dont
have enough _?
Examples of how we optimize in daily
Why do we strive for optimization?
Factors that limit optimiza
Chapters 11 - 55
What is financial
January 7, 2014
Bonus Assignment #1
1. The following are the directors who currently are full time employees of the firm. There
are total of11 members in this board. Out of the 11 members, 6 of them are full time
employees of the co