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    Stryker Corporation Case Study

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    Stryker Corporation Deciding whether to keep outsourcing or in-source PCBs Stryker Corporation has 3 different options regarding the supply of needed PCBs. Option 1: contemplates the fact of keeping the same suppliers but with significant changes in order to assure continuous supply of PCBs and quality. No investment is needed. Option 2: establishing a partner with a single supplier. This way there would be a sole supplier for Stryker established in a new facility near them, this would give

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    Case 10-5 Danle Corporation Danle Corporation (Danle), a public company, conducts business activities primarily related to the design, development, manufacture, and assembly of passenger cars, recreational and sport-utility vehicles, minivans, and trucks. Danle used asbestos in the manufacturing of brake shoes and gaskets because of its heat resistance. During the past three years, two claims were filed against Danle by automotive mechanics and surviving family members seeking recovery because

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    Haveloche Corporation Case

    Financial Analysis of Haveloche Corporation Haveloche Corporation is a research and development company, which translates into sporadic cash flows over time. There are times when genius ideas bring in lots of cash flow for the company. But there are also times where those genius ideas are shelved because no one has an interest in that patent. The ever changing cash flows prove to be difficult for decision making, especially when it comes to whether the company should give back to its investors

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    Enron Corporation Case Study

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    Case Study of Stryker Corporation

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