California Pizza Kitchen Case

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    Question 1 In what ways can Susan Collyns facilitate the success of CPK? We identify a number of areas in which California Pizza Kitchen can improve on both the operation side and the financial side. However, in this analysis, we will focus on the financial side of CPK. We believe that the CFO, Susan Collyns, can facilitate success of the firm by implementing the following measures: • Increase advertising spending • Increase leverage using debt financing by changing the existing capital structure

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    California Pizza Kitchen Assignment Questions 1. In what ways can Susan Collyns facilitate the success of CPK? 2. Using the scenarios in case Exhibit 9, what role does leverage play in affecting the return on equity (ROE) for CPK? Based on the analysis in case Exhibit 9, what is the anticipated CPK share price under each scenario? How many shares will CPK be likely to repurchase under each scenario? What role does the tax deductibility of interest play in encouraging debt financing at CPK? 3

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    doors of first Pizza Hut in 1958. A year later, the company incorporated and opened the their first franchise in Topeka. By 1966, Pizza Hut established a large home office in Wichita to help oversee the 145 Pizza Hut franchise restaurants that were established.

 It didn't take long for Pizza Hut to become the No. 1 pizza restaurant chain in the world. In 1971, only 13 years after the Carney brothers started their first Pizza Hut, Pizza Hut became the world's most successful pizza restaurant in terms

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    California Pizza Kitchen Case

    California Pizza Kitchen Company Background: White-collar criminal defense attorneys Larry Flax and Rick Rosenfield in Beverly Hills, California created California Pizza Kitchen in 1985. Famously known for its hearth-baked barbecue-chicken pizza, the “designer pizza at off-the-rack prices” concept thrived. Over the last twenty years, the company has expanded into 213 locations in 28 states and 6 foreign countries. Although approximately 41% of the U.S. stores are located in California the business

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    Domino’s Pizza Case: Geographical integration facing local specificities The U.S. Pizza Industry is not really attractive due to a lack of concentration¹ in the domestic market according to Porter’s five forces analysis. Despite this obvious lack of attractiveness, Domino’s Pizza (later referred to as «Domino’s») were able to make a 8% profit² relying on an inimitable competitive advantage: the 30-minute delivery guarantee made possible by a very specific computer system developed by the company

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    California Pizza Kitchen Case

    Introduction to California Pizza Kitchen California Pizza Kitchen is known worldwide for its high quality menu and ingredients, with budget friendly prices. They collect their revenues from three different sources. Sales from company owned restaurants, royalties from franchised restaurants and royalties from a partnership with Kraft to sell CPK branded frozen pizza in grocery stores. CPK has a "dedication to guest satisfaction and menu innovation and sustainable culture of service." CPK has

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    CASE STUDIES Amy’s Kitchen Case Study From start-up to leading natural and organic frozen food brand Reference Code: CSCM0256 Publication Date: August 2009 DATAMONITOR VIEW CATALYST Amy’s Kitchen was established by Andy and Rachel Berliner in 1987, and concentrates on the production of natural and organic meals. The company has dramatically expanded its product range in the 22 years since its founding from its one initial vegetable pot pie and in the fiscal year 2008, recorded revenues of

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    Becca Mathew 3/10/2014 PepsiCo Restaurants Case In the PepsiCo’s Restaurants case, PepsiCo must evaluate the potential acquisition of Carts of Colorado and California Pizza Kitchen. The acquisition of these restaurants would expand PepsiCo’s restaurant business, but PepsiCo must consider how each deal will affect the scope of the firm and potential synergies in each deal before making a decision to acquire these firms or not. There are several

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    California Pizza Kitchen

    INTRODUCTION Beverly Flax and Rick Rosenfield founded California Pizza Kitchen in 1985 in Beverly Hills, California. California Pizza Kitchen is a casual dining, full service restaurant concept that specializes in gourmet pizzas with unique topping combinations. At the end of the second quarter of 2007 they operated 213 locations in 28 states and in 6 foreign countries. The company derives its revenue from three sources: sales at company-owned restaurants, royalties from franchised restaurant

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    California Pizza Kitchen Case

    California Pizza Kitchen Case FIN 4385 Eric Lundberg Kelly Deeds Kevin Pope Drew Williams Summary of California Pizza Kitchen Recapitalization Proposal * Brief history of CPK (p.3) * Reasons for CPK’s success (p.3) * Ways to facilitate the success of CPK (p.3-4) * Anticipated effect of changing the capital structure on return on equity (p.4) * Anticipated effect of changing the capital structure on cost of capital (p.5) * Expected number of shares of CPK that can

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    ISDS 4160 Ross Lafont Assignment 3 Disrupting Global Competition In today’s world, we are extremely lucky with the way we can conduct business. Increased technology has led this planet to heights we thought we would never reach. Communication throughout the world is now as easy as pie. Not only do we have the telephone, but we also have email, scan, fax, and wire. All of these communication ways are cheap and it is China, not the United States that knows how to take advantage of this though

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    Proposed Acquisitions of California Pizza Kitchen and Carts of Colorado by Pepsico

    The proposed acquisitions of California Pizza Kitchen and Carts of Colorado by Pepsico 1. Should PepsiCo buy California Pizza Kitchen? For both acquisitions it's more about what they add to PepsiCo, not what value PepsiCo adds to them Pros: - needs to acquire CPK to learn casual dining. That's where the growth is, and internal attempts to develop casual dining in Pizza Hut Cafe have failed. whether CPK is merely a passing yuppie fad, or if it is a long-term market segment doesn’t matter to

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    Calfornia Pizza Kitchen

    Summary: California Pizza Kitchen The California Pizza Kitchen was founded by Larry Flax and Rick Rosenfield in 1985. CFK operates a casual dining chain which mostly focuses on pizza segment. It is well renowned for barbecue chicken pizza as well as the designer pizza. By the end of 2007, the company had 213 restaurants in 28 states and 6 in foreign countries. But the real financial condition of CFK was severely problematic. The company’s share price declined at the rate of 10% making a current

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    Teachings Note California Pizza Kitchen

    CALIFORNIA PIZZA KITCHEN Teaching Note Synopsis and Objectives This case examines the question of financial leverage at California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) in July 2007. With a highly profitable business and an aversion to debt, CPK management is considering a debt-financed stock buyback program. The case is intended to provide an introduction to the Modigliani-Miller capital structure irrelevance propositions and the concept of debt tax shields. With the background of a pizza company, the

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    Solution California Pizza Kitchen

    UNIVERSITY OF OREGON INVESTMENT GROUP February 26th, 2010 Consumer Goods California Pizza Kitchen BUY Stock Data Price (52 weeks) Symbol/Exchange Beta Shares Outstanding Average daily volume (3 month average) Current market cap Current Price Dividend Dividend Yield Valuation (per share) DCF Analysis Comparables Analysis Target Price Current Price Summary Financials Revenue Operating Cash Flow Net Income 662M 2009A 44.6M 2009A 4.6M 2009A 9.41 – 17.44 CPKI / NYSE 1.25 24,183,000 400,876 365

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    Pizzas

    History Main article: History of pizza The Ancient Greeks covered their bread with oils, herbs and cheese. The Romans developed placenta, a sheet of flour topped with cheese and honey and flavored with bay leaves. Modern pizza originated in Italy as the Neapolitan pie with tomato. In 1889 cheese was added.[2] King Ferdinand I (1751–1825) is said to have disguised himself as a commoner and, in clandestine fashion, visited a poor neighborhood in Naples. One story has it that he wanted to sink his

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    California Pizza Kitchen

    California Pizza Kitchen Enoch Li & Dong Yi Yuan Table of Contents Introduction2 Question #12-3 Question #23 Question #3 4 Question #44 Conclusion 5 Appendix A ...……………………………………………………………………………………..6 Introduction California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) is an innovative cuisine restaurant that serves pizzas, pastas, soups, sandwiches, and desserts in California since 1985. This casual dining restaurant, led by their chief financial officer Susan Collyns, brought appealing results for

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    California Pizza Kitchen

    William Upham Fin. 461 California Pizza Kitchen Brief Case Analysis “[R]estaurants don’t start out making money─ they build over time. So it’s really about having the capital and the staying power.” ─ Rick Rosenfield, Co-CEO of California Pizza Kitchen. Rosenfield, and longtime business partner Larry Flax, went from being defense attorneys to innovative pizza entrepreneurs. Their idea was to make “designer pizza at off-the-rack prices,” using unusual pizza toppings to create delicious combinations

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    California Pizza Kitchen

    California Pizza Kitchen November 16, 2013 ABSTRACT The purposes of this case study are to discuss the main issues of CPK (California Pizza Kitchen) and think critically to find solutions to the current situation. In order to achieve these purposes, we first analyze time frame of the CPK’s establishment and recent development to find the absolute advantages and disadvantages of CPK compared with its competitors. According to our calculation, we will discuss whether to use moderately levering

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    California Pizza Kitchen Risk Analysis

    California Pizza Kitchen Risk Analysis         Based on information provided in the case, we estimated the Weighted Average Cost of Capital for California Pizza Kitchen to be: 9.64% = (1-32.50%)*6%+9.64%*643,773)/643,773         California Pizza Kitchen is an unlevered company that has no debts in the capital structure of the company, and whose sole source of financing is equity. With a return on equity of 10.1% in 2006, CPK earned a return greater than its cost of capital, but did not benefit

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    Introduction California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) is a restaurants services company that operates a casual dining chain, with a particular focus on the premium pizza segment. In 1985 the California Pizza Kitchen was created by Rick Rosenfield and Larry Flax in Beverly Hills, California.Rosenfield and Flax both hold the title of Co-President, Co-CEO, and Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors for California Pizza Kitchen. The company is headquartered in Los Angeles, with 213 retail locations in the

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