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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...
A inicios de mayo de 2018, Guadalupe Rebel se encontraba en las oficinas de la empresa “SBME, S.A. de C.V.”. Ella era la Directora General, y junto con su equipo debían proponer a la junta de accionistas una recomendación respecto a iniciar...
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....
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...
A former mutual fund chief investment officer, Mike Atherton, was concerned about the future volatility of bonds in a likely environment of rising interest rates. The focus of the case concerns capital budgeting decisions about Mike’s real...
The Tacoma Art Museum was a regional, mid-sized museum in Western Washington dedicated to collecting and exhibiting Northwest art. The Museum’s leadership had worked hard toward achieving its vision as a national model for regional museums....