Case 12 Value Line Publishing October 2002

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    Value Line

    Value Line Publishing, October 2002 Value Line Publishing is an investment-survey firm. Value Line is best known for publishing The Value Line Investment Survey, a stock analysis newsletter that is updated weekly and kept by subscribers to the print edition in a large black or green binder. The company provides information via an online web page with both free and paid content. After analyzing the financial ratios in case Exhibit 7 for Home Depot these are the points I detected about the

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    Deloitte Case 12-1

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    Carnival Cruise Lines

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    Case Studies in Finance - Managing for Corporate Value Creation,

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    Case 12

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    Case Study 3: Will Technology Save the Publishing Industry

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    Hbs Case

    to Trust Ally That Once Burned It,” Wall Street Journal, February 27, 2003, p. A4; “BP Won’t Abandon Driving Forces,” Wall Street Journal, November 27, 2003, p. A7. “Dell Set to Create More Than 100 Full-Time Jobs in Bray,” Irish Times, August 17, 2002, p. 15. Peter Landers, “Foreign Aid: Why Some Sony Gear Is Made in Japan,” Wall Street Journal, June 14, 2001, p. A1. Barnaby J. Feder, “IBM Beats Earnings Expectations Again,” New York Times, January 17, 2003, p. C4. Peter Landers, “Volkswagen and

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    Worthington Industries Case 12 3

    in the year 20000, they got SEI-CMM Level 5 certification for their Calcutta, Bangalore, Lucknow, Hyderabad, GEDC, Ambattur and Ahmedabad centres. In the year 2001, the company completed the acquisition of public sector unit, CMC Ltd. In the year 2002, they expanded their geography into new growth markets like China/ Uruguay. The company saw outsourcing opportunity in E-Commerce and related solutions and set up its E-Business division with ten people. By 2004, E-Business was contributing half a

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    Hi Value Case

    competitive concern due to their declining market share in Centralia. The negative growth rate, based on 1995 to 2002 figures from Figure 2, is -0.53%. Product line: SS are supermarket stores. The stores’ products may be divided into 5 categories: 1) grocery (including diary); 2) fresh meat/poultry/seafood; 3) produce; 4) seasonal and general merchandise; and 5) bakery and deli. Promotion: The 2002 advertising budget was 0.89% of sales revenue, or $127,500. Competitors spent an estimated 1.0% of their

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    Hi-Value Case

    James Ellis, the senior vice president of Hall Consolidated and president of Hi-Value supermarkets, must decide whether to pursue an everyday low pricing (EDLP) strategy at its three Centralia MO locations. After much analysis, I believe that my recommendation would be for Superior stores (Hi-Value) to most definitely adopt this new method. First let’s look into some details about Hi-Value, and their competition: Product: The stores’ products are divided into 5 categories: 1) grocery (including

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    Westjet Air Line Case

    everyone is willing to help out. Also, employees have so much trust in the company that they do not even have contracts or unions, just agreements. All of this is what WestJet believes contributes to their success the most. The major problem in this case is that WestJet has big expansion plans, and if they continue to expand they will probably not be able to keep their “fun” culture. The more WestJet expands, the more people they are going to need to hire. Hiring so many new people can possibly ruin

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    Case 12: Value Line Publishing, October 2002

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    Case 12-5

    it couldn’t be completed * Equity assets are more risky they are required to gain revenue or bad. * 1600 loans (debt) real estate assets; 1400 individual properties on equity side * 700 employees (21 b assets) North America, 330 Europe (12 b assets), 175 Asia-Pacific (6 b assets) * Floating Rate book in Japan * 61% debt, 39% equity; most assets are office than owner occupied; mostly operated in North America. * Investment by NEA (Net Earning Assets) 10MM- 50MM (MM = 1 Million)

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    Value Line Publishing, October 2002

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