Introduction to Boundless
Introduction to the Field and Goals of Financial Management
Financial Statements, Taxes, and Cash Flow
Analyzing Financial Statements
Forecasting Financial Statements
Euro value per $
b. $ value per euro
c. Euro amount
f. Pesos per $
Assignment: Week 1 Problem Set
Chapter 1: Problems 1, 6, 7, 8 and 13
1) Capital budgeting deciding whether to expand a manufacturing plant.
Capital structure- deciding whether to issue new equity and use the process to
retire outstanding debt.
Regarding to time value of money is the idea which money available at the
present time is worth more than the same amount in the future due to its potential
earning capacity. This core provided money can earn interest any amount of money
is worthwhile mor
Return on assets
Return on equity
Currently, the economic and financial fluctuations are very volatile interest
rate, exchange rates of currencies, daily rise of oil prices. Inflation Financial reform
and financial innovation make financial executives have to learn and adapt the
Why should a business create business / financial plans?
A successful business must have a GOOD strategy
we need to have a plan of action , steps to follow
We need to know if we are going to need EXTERNAL FUNDING (will the business have enough cash)
Operations Management: The development and administration of the activities
involved in transforming resources into goods and services
Operations managers oversee transformation process and the planning and
Chapter 1: Problem sets
2. Investment and financing decisions Which of the following are real assets, and which are financial?
a. A share of stock.
b. A personal IOU.
c. A trademark.
d. A factory.
e. Undeveloped land.
f. The balance in the firms checking
This report is part of MGN562 Operating
Management module of Blended-MBA at
Stamford International Stamford.
Case study in Uber Thailand
Table of Contents
Background and Introduction . 3
Uber in Thailand . 4
SWOT Analysis . 6
Strengths . 6