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    Cooper Case

    Cooper Case 1. What is Cooper’s corporate strategy? How does it create value? What are its key resources? Response: What is Cooper’s corporate strategy? Cooper Industries is a broad company that uses the M&A strategy of diversification by acquiring companies that posses their own strong assets and exhibit stable earnings. As stated by the Corporate Role the company’s acquisitions had guidelines of companies that served a broad customer base, had stable earning and proven manufacturing

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    Case Study

    Media need to discontinue using the reader service cards and use up-to-date technology methods to reach the consumers, which would reach the buyer due to buyer working on real-time, they want a variety of information when they want it. In this case the ethical issue revolves around the means of obtaining the information. The cover letter did not ask the subscriber if they would be willing to participate in the survey, their names where actually randomly selected form the Penton database. The

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    Cooper Green Hospital and the Communitu Care Plan

    Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan Assignment 1 HSA 599 – Health Services Administration Capstone In the United States of America, it is estimated that forty eight million Americans are underinsured or uninsured (Strategic Management in Health care Organizations-2008). In today’s society, health care is a luxury indigent population cannot afford. Many families are made to choose shelter over health care when government assistance is not an option. When a family member becomes

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    Cooper-Pearson Case Study

    Memorandum To: Cooper-Pearson From: Consultant Date: 14 September 2012 Subject: case study I have been asked to research different medical insurance plans to assist Cooper-Pearson in selecting an insurance program for their marketing company. My goal is to provide them with enough details to make an informed decision on the different managed care plans. This information will allow them to provide their employees with a compensation package that is both affordable and desirable. Once an attractive

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    Cooper

    Poniachek Questions for Cooper Industries Harvard Case Study THE CASE SHOULD BE DONE BY TEAMS OF UP TO FOUR STUDENTS. The CASE WOULD BE PRESENTED AND DEFENDED IN CLASS BY TWO TEAMS. I EXPECT MANY OF YOU TO MAKE CLASS PRESENTATIONS BY UTILIZING POWERPOINT AND/OR OTHER MEANS. THE QUESTIONS BELOW WERE SUGGESETD BY THE AUTHORS OF THE CASE AND ADDRESS THE MAIN THE ISSUES, BUT YOU MAY EDIT / CONSOLIDATE THEM IF YOU FIND IT NECESSARY / CONVENIENT IN WRITING UP YOUR CASE. Cooper industries 1. If

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    Cooper Case

    Cooper Industries. Inc If you were Mr. Cizik of cooper industries, would you try to gain control of Nicholson file co. in may 1972? Acting as Mr, Cizic we would pursue Nicholson aggressively for a number of reasons. Nicholson would complement Cooper’s hand tool business, with additional synergies to be had through cost cuts and sales opportunities. The acquisition would also be in line with Cooper management’s long term growth and acquisition strategy as Nicholson is undervalued

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    Square Mini Cooper Manufacture

    The mini cooper is a nationally loved vehicle so why not design an R/C unit to resemble it? It is sold in a variety of colours and has different generation of models ranging from the mini Austin to the popular Mk VII, this allows diversity! ‘Diversity + Manufacture = $$$PROFIT$$$’ (Rule of profit – buy cheap, sell high) Plastic granules are fed into the hopper, the plastic then melts from the emitted heat. Just like a syringe

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    Auditing Cases

    The case was prepared by Mark S. Beasley, Ph.D. and Frank A. Buckless, Ph.D. of North Carolina State University and Steven M. Glover, Ph.D. and Douglas F. Prawitt, Ph.D. of Brigham Young University, as a basis for class discussion. It is not intended to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of an administrative situation. copyright © 2009 by Pearson education, inc., upper saddle river, nJ 07458 89 section 4: accounting fraud and auditor legal liability USE OF CASE This

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    Cooper Green Hospital

    hospitals don’t have the resources to maintain (6) and most importantly, funding. Cooper Green Hospital faced all of these problems. The quality of care as well as the level of customer service at the hospital was poor. Patients were dissatisfied with what seemed to be a lack of compassion on behalf of the hospital and the hospital’s personnel. Patients waited three or more weeks to get an appointment with a physician at Cooper Green Hospital; and most patients waited four or more hours to be seen the day

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    Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan

    Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan LeWanna Harvey Dr. Michelle Rose Health Services Administration Capstone July 21, 2013 Cooper Green Hospital and the Community Care Plan Discuss six unique problems associated with delivering health care to an indigent population. In the United States it has been estimated that at least 48 million Americans are under insured or uninsured. Health care is a luxury indigent population cannot afford. Some families are

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    criteria that Cizik's company (Cooper Industries), set forth relative to acquisitions, the acquisition of Nicholson meets all three objectives plus has significant potential short and long-term potential. Cooper management feels that by eliminating redundancy and streamlining Nicholson's operations this potential can be realized. Currently, Nicholson's financial history boasts a 2% increase in profit annually but this percentage is way below the industry average of 6%. Cooper management proposed that if

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    Cooper Industries Inc

    Cooper Industries Inc. Based on the given information in the case study regarding the acquisition of Nicholson File Company by Cooper Industries, there is no question that Cooper should try to gain control of Nicholson. This decision is based on an analysis of the bargaining positions of each group of Nicholson stockholders which have disparate goals and needs that need to be met. In addition, an appropriate payment method and specific dollar value based on a competitor's offer and Cooper financial

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    Ocean Carriers Case Expectations for Daily Spot Hire Rates Next Year Iron ore and coal imports will most probably decrease the upcoming year With the increasing supply of vessels should result in a market surplus By creating this surplus, prices will be driven down, since we will have limited demand and suppliers competing Average daily rates, based on historical numbers, have a direct relationship with the number of shipments. What Factors Drive Average Daily Hire Rates? u  u  Daily

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    I. Time Context The case was set in 1996. Thus, events, status and other environment factors in the time span would be considered. A promising Philippine economy is what 1996 holds. From 1995, the economy improved relatively and is seen to improve further according to ADB economic managers. The Asian Development Outlook projected a good economic short term forecast for the years 1997 and 1998. At this time, GNP and GDP has grown 6.8% and 5.5% respectively. Inflation has eased from a double

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    Cooper V Aaron

    Cooper v. Aaron, 358 U.S. 1, 78 S. Ct. 1401, 3 L. Ed. 2d 5 (1958) FACTS: Petitioner, the school board of Little Rock, Arkansas, had sought to implement a program of desegregation of children in compliance with the Brown v. Board of Education declaring state laws establishing separate public schools for black and white students unconstitutional. However, the petitioner filed a suit to the district court to suspend court orders to implement the desegregation program for a period of two and a half

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    Micro Enhancement Case Summary

    Micro Enhancement International, Inc. v. Coopers & Lybrand LLP 40 P. 3d 1206 (Wash. App. 2002) Facts of the Case: Micro Enhancement International (MEI) was a software development company that was on the about to have an IPO. They hired Coopers and Lybrand as the auditor. The IPO for MEI was delayed because Coopers and Lybrand were resisting some of MEI’s recognized revenue and were threating to add a “going concern” to the audit. In the end Coopers and Lybrand allowed MEI to recognize the revenue

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    Case Study

    WorldCom Case Study1 By Dennis Moberg (Santa Clara University) and Edward Romar (University of Massachusetts-Boston) (The original of this document can be found at the Santa http://www.scu.edu/ethics/dialogue/candc/cases/worldcom.html#one. Clara University website at An update for this case is available at http://www.scu.edu/ethics/dialogue/candc/cases/worldcomupdate.html . Note that this update is not part of the syllabus for the PRM or Associate PRM exam. It is included for reference and explanation

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    Cooper Analysis

    Cooper Industry Case Analysis Cooper Industry is an engines and compressors maker with a history more than 150 years. It had been a small company but with good reputation until 1960. In 1960, Cooper expanded its business by acquiring other manufacturing company. It had a famous process call “cooperization” which brought up with many highly efficient, profitable, and competitive businesses. In 1989, Cooper was considering more acquisitions. It first won the bidding with a $21-a-share tender offer

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    Fiat Case

    Student name: ________________________________ Student ID _______________________  York University  Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies  School of Administrative Studies    AP/ADMS 4250 Marketing Strategy, Fall 2013  Instructor: A. Rusetski, Ph.D.  EXAM 1: Case    AP/ADMS 4250 Marketing Strategy   Exam 1  Page 1 of 7  FIAT RETURNS TO CANADA1 A.RUSETSKI, PH.D  F IGURE  1:   A   2011   FIAT   500     On  March 18, 2011 two hundred strange looking  tiny cars lined up on  the streets around the 

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    Andy Grove? Intel CEO 13) What is the old name of 3i InfoTech? what does it 3 I stands for? ICICI InfoTech is the old name 14) What is the consulting firm recently (not very recent) acquired by the electronics giant Hewlett-Packard? Price Waterhouse Coopers 15) Which online matrimony site was founded by J. Murugavel, who himself found his wife through the Internet. Bharatmatrimony.com 16) Which new Mac. OS introduced by APPLE? TIGER 17) What was IBM nicknamed as in 1960's?Why? Big Blue, Due to its big

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    ability of January is particularly better when the January month generates a positive return in comparison to a negative return. Cooper, McConnell and Ovtchinnikov (2006) examine the predictive power of January returns over the next eleven months for the period 1940-2003. The authors conclude that January returns have high predictive ability for the rest of the year. Cooper et al. state that when CRSP value-weighted index return is positive in January, the returns average 14.8 percent for the rest of

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    Cooper

    actual post-acquisition operating performance. * University of Chicago and NBER, University of Chicago, and Harvard University, respectively. We especially thank Shel Erikson, Thomas Hix, William Berger, Michael Grimes and Joseph Chamberlain of Cooper Cameron, John Deakins of Cameron Iron Works, and James Ringler and Larry Skatoff of Premark for talking with us and making this study possible. We thank Steven Hoffman, Sherry Roper, and Bradley Thompson for excellent research assistance. Comments

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    Cooper Industries’ Corporate Strategy (a)

    Re: Cooper Industries’ Corporate Strategy (A) Diagnosis: Cooper Industries’ growth depends on its widely diversification. From 1960 to the following 30 years, the company purchased about 60 manufacturing companies that increased the size and scope of Cooper Industries. With its experience and strength in “Cooperization”, it has been able to digest the companies it purchased and welded the company into a highly efficient, profitable, competitive business. But they acquired too much debt due to

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    Cooper Acquires Nicholson: a Financial Analysis

    Before making any decisions we need to take a closer look at the impacts that the acquiring of Nicholson would have on Cooper Inc. Cooper wants to acquire Nicholson while allowing them to retain control and management independence of the company. However for Cooper to be able to realize the benefits of such a deal they would need to increase the efficiency of the business through refining their product offering through cutting certain product lines and reducing employees who’s tasks have become redundant

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    Cooper Industry Analysis

    Cooper Industries Corporate Strategy * Reputable maker of engines and compressors to propel natural gas. * More than 150 years of Business duration. * Cooper Industries acquired more than 60 manufacturing companies in 30 yrs. Q1. What is Cooper’s corporate strategy * Cooper Industries’ main corporate strategy is broad diversification through M&A. * Cooper Industries acquired firms in order to lessen its dependence on cyclical natural gas industry and to exhibit

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    Market Opportunity for Coopers Brewery in South Korea

    Market Opportunity for Coopers Brewery in South Korea Korea is well known for its drinking culture. According to the latest data from World Health Organization on alcohol consumption in 2011, South Korea ranked 13, with a total alcohol consumption of 14.8 litres per capita, higher than United Kingdom, Germany, Australia and United States. However, beer only contributes less than 15% to the total consumption, while spirits are the most popular choice among Koreans.(WHO, 2011) Korean cultural

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    Cooper Pharmaceuticals

    Cooper Pharmaceuticals, Inc. | SLMT – 1 | Group – 7 | 13109 | Ankita Murali | 13141 | Raja Yakkala | 13508 | Arka Sinha | 13605 | Ankit Khurana | | PROBLEM STATEMENT The decision of Cooper Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (CPI) on terminating the services of Bob Marsh, a detailer who had twelve years of experience with their company and also had an unmatched rapport with many physicians and hospitals in the geographical territory assigned to him. ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN The Pharmaceutical industry

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    Cooper Pharmaceuticals

    Problem Statement Bob Marsh, a detailer at Cooper Pharmaceuticals Inc. was terminated from services, by the company. Bob Marsh was a respected detailer in his territory and had served for 12 years. Though his dismissal was initiated after much consideration from the management, it was not well received by the clients of CPI, who considered him efficient and effective. The President of CPI received letters and calls from displeased clients who wanted justification for Bob Marsh’s termination from

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    Case Study

    Case Assignment 1 1. Build the management-research question hierarchy. The management –research question occurs during stage 1 of the research process. The approach for this stage of the research process is to state the dilemma that prompts the research and then develop other questions by progressively breaking down the original question into more specific one (Cooper & Schindler, 2014, p. 77). Our case highlights a multistage communication study undertaken by the research department

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    Cooper Case Sutdy

    Green Meadows Hospital is newly constructed community hospital owned by Southern Hospitals Corporation. Kate Cooper was very excited when she got a new position at Green Meadows as a Manager of Adult Services. They started hiring people and were getting ready to open the hospital. However, things did not go well as they planned and wanted to. Therefore, Kate had to resign. The biggest problem that I see in this was their unorganized management skills and communications skills. They should have more

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    Yahoo Case

    >cases Yahoo Consumer Direct Marries Purchase Metrics to Banner Ads >Abstract As little as two years ago, many advertising pundits were bemoaning the inevitable demise of the banner ad on the Internet. But maybe they were too quick to judge. This case reveals how Yahoo!, in combination with ACNielsen’s Homescan®, has developed a methodology (Consumer Direct) to evaluate the true effectiveness of banner ads, from ad exposure to shopping cart. It also reveals the role Dynamic Logic played in conducting

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    Cooper

    COOPER INDUSTRIES, INC Nicholson File Early in 1972 Nicholson File had to stave off a take over attempt by H.K. Porter Company Inc. which controlled 30.5% of the company's stock. Porter made a cash tender offer to stockholders. However, Porter did not get enough stock to take over Nicholson. In trying to fight the takeover Nicholson File made several merge overtures to other companies like VLN Corp. A few years back, it had rejected an offer from Cooper Industries. Cooper Industries interest

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    Cooper Case

    as they began expanding heavily into suburban shopping malls and doing less business through their mail-order catalog, which, historically, was what had made them a well known company. The major brand that Sears holds that could have competed with Cooper/Nicholson is the Craftsman brand, which was registered by Sears in 1927 and was recently names one of America’s most trusted brands. From 1970-73, the US economy grew by an average of about 3.8% per year, and an average of 2.7% per year from 1974

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    Return on Investment Cooper

    This case, as the Happy Chips Case does, illustrates the point that it is important to know where your costs and profits come from. It extends the point of Happy Chips by also introducing consideration of asset investments and return on assets. In this case, a new cost accountant introduces segmental profitability, contribution margin, and the strategic profit model to Cooper Processing Company to aid in analysis of two different distribution channels. Note to Instructors: Because this case is short

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    Case

    Auditing Cases An Interactive Learning Approach FIFTH M F S D E D ITIO N S. B A. B M. G F. P Boston Columbus Indianapolis New York San Francisco Upper Saddle River Amsterdam Cape Town Dubai London Madrid Milan Munich Paris Montreal Toronto Delhi Mexico City Sao Paulo Sydney Hong Kong Seoul Singapore Taipei Tokyo Editor in Chief: Donna Battista Acquisitions Editor: Stephanie Wall Editorial Project Manager: Christina Rumbaugh Senior Managing Editor: Cynthia Zonneveld Production Project Manager:

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    Cooper Analysis

    Cooper Industries’ Corporate Strategy I. Situation of the company Cooper Industries was the manufacturing company have the three group of business. The three group business are Electrical & Electronic, commercial & industrial, and compression & drilling. All this group had created growth in term of revenue by doing acquisition. Initially, Cooper was the recognized leader in pipeline compression equipment. However, the company had developed production expertise and had built a reputation

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    Case Brief

    2014 CJ506 Kansas v. Cheever Case Citation 134 S.Ct. 596, 187 L.Ed.2d 519, 82 USLW 4032, 13 Cal. Daily Op. Serv. 13,303, 2013 Daily Journal D.A.R. 16,039, 24 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. S 492 (Westlaw, 2013) Facts In January of 1995, Scott D. Cheever killed Sheriff Matthew Samuels of the Greenwood County Sheriff’s Department at the residence of Darrell and Belinda Cooper in Hilltop, Kansas (The OYEZ Project, 2014). A few hours before Samuel’s arrived at the Cooper home, Cheever and his friend cooked

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    The Cooper Company

    Case 8 Western Pharmaceuticals (A) Overview Western Pharmaceuticals (A) is a supply chain network design case placed in the setting of a merger of two firms, Western Pharmaceutical and Atlantic Medical. While their product lines don’t overlap, there is definite overlap in their distribution systems. Both the demand and cost data is provided in spreadsheets to facilitate a total cost analysis. This case provides students with a comprehensive and realistic distribution center location problem

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    Case Study

    Running Head: Case Study 1 Case Study #1 Clinical Psychology: Severe Depression Princess Coles ABS 200 Introductions to Applied Behavioral Sciences Instructor Weniger 08/4/2015 Severe depression is one of the many mental illnesses that affect one out of ten Americans. Severe depression involves, extreme or constant feeling of sadness, loss of interest in activities and even relationships. Those suffering from depression might even struggle with the feeling of worthlessness

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    Cooper Industries

    Sample Answer For Cooper Industries Case Study Cooper Industries Inc. is the manufacturer and leading producer of engines and big compressors for oil and gas extraction industry. The firm had been heavily dependent on oil and gas sector for its sales and major earning; fluctuations due to cyclic nature of industry concerned its management. Although long-term sales and earnings growth for Cooper had been above average, its stock was less attractive to investors due to higher risk and earnings volatility

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    Case Studies to accompany Auditing and Assurance Services in Australia by Gay and Simnett Prepared by Renee Radich and Philip Ross [pic] McGraw-Hill Australia [pic] A Division of The McGraw-Hill Companies Copyright © 2002 McGraw-Hill Australia Pty Limited Additional owners of copyright are named in on-page credits. Apart from any fair

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    Worldcom Case

    Justin Gardner ACCT 4456 Auditing WorldCom Case WorldCom Case Cynthia Cooper was the former Vice President of Internal Audit at WorldCom. Cynthia is widely known as the whistleblower that discovered the fraud that was occurring in 2002. The CFO at the time was having the corporate accounting team capitalize billions of dollars of network leases instead of expensing them as they should have. This let the company report a profit of $2.4 billion instead of a loss of $662 million. This all occurred

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    Case One

    Case Assignment One Angela Brewer Liberty University: BUSI 600 Business Research Methods November 22, 2015 Case Assignment One This discourse will first create a set of questions to investigate the problems. Then it will present a comparison of the investigative questions to the management questions. The discourse will end with a determination of the appropriateness of the measurement questions with respect to the research questions. The ultimate problem or issue with NCRCC is the declining

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    Case Assignment 1 Timothy Cole Liberty University NCRCC – Teeing Up a New Strategic Direction Today’s managers have an increasing need to take the assistance of scientific methods to help them make a decision. A management dilemma often triggers the need for a decision. More often not, this need for a decision marks the beginning of the research process. The origin, selection, statement, exploration, and refinement of the management question is the most critical part of the research process

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    From Cases &Exercises in International Business Charles A. Rarick 13 CASES TED & HARRY'S ICE CREAM FACTORY: THE RUSSIAN EXPERIENCE In 1975 Ted Cooper and H arry Gr eenberg be gan selling ice cream in a converted church in Little Rock, A rk ans as. Th e two you ng m en, who had rec ently completed a correspondence cou rse in ice cre am making, see med an unlikely p air to even tually lead a multimillion-dollar en te rp rise , which would ch allenge corp ora te America 's se nse o f

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    Cynthia Cooper

    what was going on there (standing on Cynthia’s side). I like that she gives a very detailed insider’s look on the economic and social environment in the Mississippi state, which I really knew nothing about. It is very important in this particular case because lack of workplaces and the overall “not wealthy condition” of the area was highly interrelated with what happened with WorldCom. I suppose that if those two middle-level accountants who directly changed the books didn’t think that it would

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    Cooper

    fascinating look at how evolution works.     Regressive Evolution   We usually think of evolution as a process in which species acquire new traits. But in cave  fishes we have an example of regressive evolution, a process in which species lose a trait—in  this case, the ability to see.   Why Do Cave Fish Lose Their Eyes?   How does this happen? Do cave fishes go blind because they  don’t use their eyes? Though at first this idea might seem to  make sense, it actually has no basis in science. It is your 

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    One of the critical problems confronting management and the board of Pioneer Petroleum Corporation in July 1991 was the determination of a minimum acceptable rate of return on new capital investments. The company's basic capital budgeting approach was to accept all proposed investments with a positive net present value when discounted at the appropriate cost of capital. At issue was how the appropriate discount rate would be determined. The company was weighing two alternative approaches for determining

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    Case Analysis

    Case 1: Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARD MGT 309 The Integrated Logistics for DEP/GARD takes us inside of contract renewal negotiations for DuPont Engineering Polymers (DEP) and Gard Automotive Manufacturing (GARD). Tom Lippet is the sales representative for DEP and Mike O’Leary is the purchasing agent for GARD, he is due to retire and replaced by Richard Binish. O’Leary begins to explain to Tom Lippet the contract will only renew for a year and give him insight on the upcoming changes that

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    The Art of the Mini Cooper

    why the original MINI remains defiantly original. With its distinctive blend of go-kart handling, throaty exhaust notes and classic good looks, the MINI Hardtop delivers a motoring experience like no other car on the road. MINI COOPER HARDTOP 2,535 lbs (MINI COOPER S HARDTOP 2,668 lbs) 27.2 All figures in inches. 97.1 146.6 (146.8) 22.3 (22.5) SPECIFICATIONS Naturally aspirated 1.6-liter (DOHC), 16-valve, in-line 4-cylinder aluminum-alloy engine with Valvetronic Turbocharged, intercooled

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