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Trevor, a recent MBA graduate, was able to secure promising interviews with two companies. Following his interview with the first company, Trevor was offered a job. Although the job offer was attractive, it did not include an opportunity for an...
In 2015, Ohio’s Governor Kasich proposed a budget that would reduce the state’s income tax for both businesses and individual taxpayers. To offset this reduction in income tax collections, Governor Kasich proposed broadening and raising other...
River Region Animal League, a not-for-profit organization, has experienced tremendous growth during the period covered in the case. The financial resources tripled, and the number of animals rescued, treated, and placed in permanent homes had...
This case involves a dilemma faced by a professor, Dr. Bethany Locasta, in assigning grades to a student, Brock, who departed a study abroad program early because of a family emergency. Dr. Locasta led a study abroad trip to South Africa, which...
This case concerns a local entrepreneur’s decision to either expand his product line by reselling another company’s product, Nature Safe, or create a new product, Healthy Garden from a mix of Nature Safe and Dairy Doo. Brad Morgan, owner and...
Before 2008, the Two-a-Day Group and other apple growers in South Africa had been successful in exporting their fruit to the EU and UK at healthy profits. But with the global recession, market share and profitability continued to diminish...
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...
This case focuses on the Big Ten athletic conference’s fall 2012 decision to add Rutgers and the University of Maryland to the conference. When the expansion was announced, it was largely panned by sportswriters, fans, and pundits. The case...
Amy’s Bread first opened in a tiny combined wholesale and production location in Hell’s Kitchen in 1992. Twenty-two years later, Amy’s Bread had grown to the large production facility, three retail locations in Manhattan, 200 employees, and $...
The ENGINO case presents a decision situation. ENGINO was a small company based in Cyprus. The company produced educational construction toys. During 2007-2011, the company outsourced the manufacturing in China. ENGINO construction toys became...