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The Coronavirus / COVID-19 crisis of 2020 resulted government restrictions on travel, accompanied by a public loss of confidence in the safety of air transport, all of which led quickly to a decline in revenue for airline companies. American...
This descriptive case is a captivating story of Russia’s No. 2 airline, TRANSAERO, which was forced to abruptly suspend its flights in October 2015 due to bankruptcy proceedings filed against the company by its key creditors. The bankruptcy...
Andy Mattingly, Chief Operating Officer of the FORUM Credit Union, has been tasked with the responsibility of developing a program to attract more First-Time Homebuyers (FTHB) to choose FORUM as the lending institution for their mortgage loan....
Following several years of declining revenues and profits, in 2011 Sears began to hive off its business divisions. As part of its series of divestitures, on December 6th, 2013 Sears announced its intention to spin off Lands’ End in a stock...
Three-year old daily deals company Groupon filed for an IPO on June 2, 2011 seeking a valuation of $20 billion. However, the offbeat, local e-commerce firm has come under intense media and investor scrutiny during the IPO process over its...
Jefferies & Company, the most rapidly growing medium-sized investment bank, quickly became the focus of many ratings agencies upon the collapse of MF Global. While many of the ratings agencies found no need for concern, Egan-Jones concluded...
General Motors Corporation, once the largest car manufacturer in the world, is now a cautionary tale for corporate complacency. After requesting government assistance during the Great Recession and subsequently, filing for bankruptcy, the...
In 1991, Apple mad a tax deal with the Irish government to pay very low tax rates, on the condition that the California-based company carry out its European operations in Ireland. This tax ruling is what the European Union has described as “...
This decision-based case is concerned with the proposed acquisition agreement of The Valspar Corporation by The Sherwin-Williams Company. The acquisition would create the largest firm in the global paints and coatings industry. The acquisition...
This descriptive case provided an exercise for students to argue, under the applicable legal framework, whether the taxpayer’s purported business travel expenses using a recreational vehicle should be deductible in whole, in part, or disallowed...