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American Corporate Economy: Critical Perspectives on Business and
Management (Critical Perspectives on Business & Management) (Hardcover), by W.
Lazonick. The readings collected in these four volumes examine the evolution, operation,
and performance of the American corporate enterprise, and the American corporate economy
more generally. Divided into seven sections, many of the readings provide broad overviews
of the evolution of the US corporate enterprise, while others contribute to debates on its
role in the evolution of American economy and society. The material is arranged
thematically to help the reader navigate the field. There is also a new introduction and a
thorough index, making this set an invaluable resource for both academics and
practitioners in the field. Information.
Capital : Estimation and Applications, by Shannon P. Pratt. Wiley; 2 edition. An
authoritative text on cost of capital for both the nonprofessional and the valuation
expert. Begins with an exposition of basic concepts understandable to the lay person and
proceeds gradually from simple applications to the more complex procedures commonly found
in the marketplace. Information.
Diligence Handbook (Two Volumes), by William M. Crilly. AMACOM; Ringbound edition.
This is the most complete guide available on how to properly perform a due diligence
investigation -- and radically improve the success rate of a pending corporate merger or
Empirical Corporate Finance (The International Library of Critical
Writings in Financial Economics series) (Hardcover), by Michael J. Brennan (Editor). Information.
Management : Principles and Applications (10th Edition), by Arthur J. Keown, John D.
Martin, John W. Petty, David F. Scott. Prentice Hall; 10 edition. The 10 Principles
of Finance (formerly Axioms ) provide the framework, or the big
picture of finance, which ties the major concepts of the book together. A six-part
organization covers the scope and environment of financial management, valuation of
financial assets, investment in long-term assets, capital structure and dividend policy,
working-capital management, and special topics in finance, and special topics in finance.
For an enduring understanding of the basic tools and fundamental principles upon which
finance is based. Information.
Statement Analysis : A Valuation Approach, by Leonard C. Soffer, Robin J. Soffer.
Prentice Hall; 1st edition. Financial Statement Analysis: A Valuation Approach is
the first book to show readers how to use financial statement information to actually
prepare a valuation. Information.
Global Development Finance 2007: The Globalization of Corporate Finance
in Developing Countries (Global Development Finance (Multiple-User CD-ROM))
(Hardcover), by World Bank Publications; Cdr edition (June 2007). Information.
Business Finance, 10th Edition, by David K. Eiteman, Arthur I. Stonehill, Michael H.
Moffett. Addison Wesley; 10 edition. The Ninth Edition of this market leader communicates
the complexities of international finance clearly and authoritatively. The book features a
streamlined presentation, expanded attention to emerging markets, several new chapters,
and four new decision cases with an emerging-markets focus. Information.
CFO Financial Leadership Manual, by Steven M. Bragg. Wiley. Manual provides Chief
Financial Officers an overview of his or her place in the corporation and how to handle
strategy decisions related to a variety of financial, tax, and information technology
issues. Includes an index and appendices. DLC: Chief financial officers--Handbooks,
manuals, etc. Information.
The Raising Venture Capital for Software Companies Collection (Paperback),
by Aspatore Books. The Raising Venture Capital for Software Companies Collection is the
definitive resource for software venture capital and the only reference material you will
need for securing venture capital, working with VCs, understanding, drafting and
negotiating deals or whatever your initiative might be in your partnership with venture
capitalists. The collection features twelve books, video leadership seminars and VC
software, all providing a thorough examination of every aspect of venture capital in the
software arena. Within these 3,000+ pages lies a wealth of critical information that every
executive of a software company looking to raise capital should have at their fingertips.
The volumes feature a plethora of expert analysis and indispensable advice on negotiation
points and tactics from leading partners at top venture capital firms, and many texts also
include the insights of top attorneys in the venture capital arena from such firms as
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips,! Hunton & Williams, Reed Smith and many more. In
addition, the collection includes examples of 50+ legal documents which delineate and
govern venture-based transactions. The Raising Venture Capital for Software Companies is
guaranteed to pay for itself time and again by providing you with the best, proven
strategies to help you secure funding for your software company and expertly guide you
through the steps that will follow. Information.
: Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies (Wiley Finance), by Inc. McKinsey
& Company. Wiley; 4 edition. Valuation, hailed by financial professionals worldwide as
the single best guide of its kind, shows managers at every level how to create value for
their companies. The new Fourth Edition has been updated and expanded to provide critical
insights into the business conditions that characterize todays volatile global
economy. Along with all-new case studies, it takes a fresh look at topical issues in
finance including the Internet bubble in capital markets, new accounting rules, the cost
of capital, valuing assets in emerging markets, and managing performance. Information.
Small Businesses and Professional Practices (Art of M & A), by Shannon P. Pratt,
Robert F. Reilly, Robert P. Schweihs. McGraw-Hill; 3 edition. The classic bestseller on
estimating the value of small businesses and professional practices is fully updated and
enhanced. While continuing to take readers step-by-step through the valuation process, it
now features timely new or significantly revised chapters on valuation for estate plans,
employee stock ownership plans, and corporate partnership dissolutions/buyouts. Along with
case studies, it also offers greatly expanded coverage of data sources and their
availability to small businesses. Information.
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