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Cases in Finance, 3/e

David F. Scott, University of Central Florida
John D. Martin, University of Texas, Austin
J. William Petty, Baylor University
Arthur J. Keown, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
John G. Thatcher, Clarkson College

Published July, 1992 by Prentice Hall Business Publishing

Copyright 1993, 327 pp.
Paper
ISBN 0-13-117995-0


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Summary

This casebook covers all major decision making areas of financial management — with 57 cases based on a variety of actual complex and shorter situations.

Features


contains many cases particularly suited for spreadsheet analysis.


Table of Contents
I. FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND PLANNING.

    1. Abington-Hill Toys, Inc. Part I: Financial Ratio Analysis.
    2. Abington-Hill Toys, Inc. Part II: Financial Planning.
    3. Abington-Hill Toys, Inc. Part III: Financial Planning.
    4. Sundown Ski Wear. Financial Ratio Analysis.
    5. Bradford Drug, Inc. Financial Ratio Analysis.
    6. American Department Stores, Inc. Financial Ratio Analysis.
    7. Hasbro, Inc. Financial Ratio Analysis.
    8. Hokie Pool Sales. Cash Budgeting.
    9. Harlington Manufacturing Company. Cash Budgeting.
    10. The Jackson Farm. Part I: Cash Budgeting.
    11. The Jackson Farm. Part II: Financial Ratio analysis.
    12. Gilcrest Patio Furnishings, Inc. Part I: Cash Budgeting and Financial Planning.
    13. Gilcrest Patio Furnishings, Inc. Part II: Financial Planning.
    14. Thompson Toys, Inc. Part I: Cash Budgeting and Financial Planning.
    15. Thompson Toys, Inc. Part II: Financial Forecasting and Financial Planning.

II. WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT.
    16. Texas Transistor. Cash Management.
    17. Huff Manufacturing Company. Cash Management.
    18. Solt of the Earth. Accounts Receivable Marginal Analysis.
    19. McArthur Sales Company. Monitoring Accounts Receivable.
    20. The Over Bearing Company. Accounts Receivable Policy.
    21. Neeley Beverage, Inc. Inventory Management.
III. CAPITAL INVESTMENT DECISIONS.
    22. Davidson Tractor and Implement. Capital Budgeting: Introductory.
    23. Danforth & Donnalley Laundry products Company. Capital Budgeting: Relevant Cash Flows.
    24. Lamar Ironworks, Inc. Capital Budgeting: Relevant Cash Flows.
    25. Benefits Monthly, Inc. Capital Budgeting: Relevant Cash Flows and Decision Criteria.
    26. Harding Plastic Molding Company. Capital Budgeting: Ranking Problems.
    27. Ron Willingham Courses, Inc. Capital Budgeting: Basic Difficulties.
    28. Fly-by-Night Airlines. Capital Budgeting: Replacement Decision.
    29. Simpson and Selph, LTD. Capital Budgeting: Replacement Decision with Cost of Capital.
    30. Chapman Coal Corporation. Capital Budgeting: The Risk-Adjusted Rate of Return and Certainty-Equivalent Approaches.
    31. Central Florida Computer Company. Capital Budgeting: Risk Adjusted Discount Rate.
    32. University City Lounge. Capital Budgeting: Probability Distributions.
    33. Little New Orleans Amusement Park. Capital Budgeting: Simulation from Probability Distributions.
    34. Grubstake Mining Company. Capital Budgeting: Multi-period Capital Asset Pricing Model.
    35. Reflex Energy Company, Inc. Capital budgeting and the CAPM.
IV. VALUATION AND THE COST OF CAPITAL.
    36. Connally Oil Company. Valuation.
    37. The Bonneau Company. Acquisition and Valuation.
    38. Fort Meyers Lincoln-Mercury Dealership, Inc. Privately-held, Small Business Valuation.
    39. Wyoming Energy Development, Inc. Cost of Capital.
    40. Texon Production, Inc. Cost of Capital.
V. LONG-TERM FINANCING DECISIONS.
    41. Woods General Producers. Break-even Analysis, Operating Leverage, and Financial Leverage.
    42. Foster Brewing Company. Financial Structures: Overview.
    43. J. B. Fuller, Inc. Financial Leverage Analysis.
    44. DeSmedt-Baker, Inc. Leverage Analysis.
    45. Colorado Business Instruments. Long-Term Financing Choices.
    46. Rechardo Oil and Gas Corporation. Lease versus Purchase Analysis.
    47. Hamlin Duplicating Company. Lease versus Purchase Decision.
    48. Barringer Fabricators, Inc. Refunding a Bond Issue.
    49. Salem Rack Company, Inc. Bond Refunding.
    50. Commute Air. Bond Refunding Decision.
    51. Rollins Manufacturing Company, Inc. Convertible Securities.
    52. Computer Synectics. Agency Theory and Capital Structure.
    53. Bronson Electronics Company. Convertible Bonds: Options Pricing Model.
VI. NOTEWORTHY FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS.
    54. Traner Furniture Company. Dividend Policy.
    55. Hyatt Petroleum Corporation. Mergers and Acquisitions.
    56. Northwest Toy Company. Interest Rate Futures Market.
    Appendix A.
    Appendix B.


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