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Case Solution for Strides Arcolab Limited’s Dividend Pay-Out Decision

Case Solution & Analysis for Strides Arcolab Limited’s Dividend Pay-Out Decision by Tulsi Jayakumar, Indu Niranjan.

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Case Name :      Strides Arcolab Limited’s Dividend Pay-Out Decision
Authors :           Tulsi Jayakumar, Indu Niranjan
Source :              Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           9B15N011 / W15317
Discipline :        Finance
Case Length :    15 pages
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Arun Kumar, founder and group chief executive officer of Strides Arcolab Limited – a first generation, Indian pharmaceutical company headquartered in Bengaluru – is preparing for a crucial meeting of the Board of Directors. The meeting was called to discuss the proposed dividend payout to the company’s shareholders following the completion of a US$1.725 billion sale of its specialty division – Agila Specialties – to the U.S.-based pharmaceutical company Mylan Inc. Kumar proposed that Strides distribute all the free cash available from the sale – after the retirement of debt and internal payouts – in the form of dividends to its shareholders. Strides had already communicated its decision to retire debts and reduce its leverage.
 
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Case Solution for Glaxo Italia, S.p.A.: The Zinnat Marketing Decision

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Case Name :      Glaxo Italia, S.p.A.: The Zinnat Marketing Decision
Authors :           Robert F. Bruner
Source :             Darden School of Business
Case ID :           UV0075
Discipline :        Finance
Case Length :    21 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
This crossfunctional case in economics and finance highlights the concerns about protection of intellectual property rights as well as competition from traditional retailers in Shanghai’s prime shopping venue. It begins with the history that led to Xiangyang Market’s development, and concludes with a description of the future of the market. Located at the center of the shopping district in the trendy former French concession in Shanghai, the market is considered a shopper’s paradise by many foreign visitors. This open-air bazaar is known for the incredible deals on quality knockoffs of designer products. The case includes an account of the shopping experience of two American tourists, giving details of their discoveries and bargaining sessions in the market.
 
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Case Solution for Carded Graphics, LLC: Sheeter Replacement Decision

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Case Name :      Carded Graphics, LLC: Sheeter Replacement Decision
Authors :           Marc Lipson, Irene Mastelli
Source :             Darden School of Business
Case ID :           UV5144
Discipline :        Finance
Case Length :    14 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
A growing folding carton company is contemplating the replacement of an old machine with a new one. The case challenge is to develop a cash flow forecast and determine the proper discount rate for the machine replacement. In addition to increased capacity and reduced waste, the new machine offers strategic advantages to the firm in its chosen market niche. Issues related to operations are central to appreciating the importance and implications of this captial investment: Operating excellence is a key competitive advantage for this firm.
 
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Case Solution for Starbucks Canada: The Mobile Payments Decision

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Case Name :      Starbucks Canada: The Mobile Payments Decision
Authors :           Deborah Compeau, Cato Pastoll, Tyler Rochwerg, Brandon Vlaar
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :           W15169
Discipline :        Information Technology
Case Length :    12 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In December 2012, the management of Starbucks Canada, an autonomous subsidiary of the U.S.-based multinational coffeehouse chain, is trying to decide how best to implement mobile payments in its 1,350 locations across Canada. While the company has currently been using a mobile application to accept payments through its proprietary Starbucks Card, rival Tim Hortons has recently introduced a more advanced mobile payment solution. There are many new and emerging technologies to choose from, including Square Wallet, Bluetooth Low Energy Beacons, MintChip and Mobile Wallet/Credit Card Near Field Communication. Will these systems allow for an enhanced store experience? Are customers ready to start paying with their smartphones? And which payment service will be the Canadian lead going forward? The future of Starbucks and mobile payments is exciting, but the choices are almost overwhelming.
 
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Case Solution for By-the-Sea Biscuit Company: A Decision in New Venture Analysis

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Case Name :      By-the-Sea Biscuit Company: A Decision in New Venture Analysis
Authors :           Sherry Finney
Source :             North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
Case ID :           NA0361
Discipline :        Marketing
Case Length :    14 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Paul Finney and Pat Jobe, long-time friends and future business partners, are proposing the establishment of a frozen biscuit manufacturing operation in the now defunct Clearwater Seafood plant in North Sydney, Nova Scotia. Cape Breton Innovation and Research Council (CBIRC), a private corporation, had recently assumed ownership of the plant and wanted to expand and develop local business by creating an incubator within the facility. Finney and Jobe presented a business proposal to CBIRC in August 2006 and the organization was very excited and believed the idea had promise. Finney and Jobe, although convinced of the merits of the product concept, still had some questions that needed answering before they could make a final assessment on the feasibility of the business. Both were employed full-time and the decision to leave their jobs to pursue this business was not a decision that could be made lightly. The case includes detail on the market structure and demand within the bakery/frozen dough industry. Additionally, the proposed marketing mix, selected target markets, and production/operation plans are covered in depth. Finney and Jobe now need to sift through the information and make a decision on the market size and sales potential for By-the-Sea Biscuit Company. The immediate task facing Finney and Jobe is to determine the sales potential for By-the-Sea Biscuit Company. Based on the projected sales and expenses, the partners must also make an assessment on the feasibility of the business.
 
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Case Solution for Scandinavian Airlines: The Green Engine Decision

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Case Name :      Scandinavian Airlines: The Green Engine Decision
Authors :           Jennifer Lynes
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            909M28
Discipline :        Social Enterprise
Case Length :    11 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is an innovator of strategic environmental management in the airline industry. Being a first-mover can have both its advantages and disadvantages. This case looks at the airline’s decision of whether they should invest in the best available environmental technology for a fleet of new aircraft that would serve them for the next 25 years. While the technology for these low-emission engines had been around since the 1970s, it had never really been commercialized. SAS was feeling pressure from the regulatory authorities with regards to potential new charges and taxes that could affect the future operating costs of the fleet. Despite these anticipated future costs, at the time of the decision, the director of aircraft and engine analysis for SAS could not make an economic case for the more expensive engines. The challenge was for the fleet development team to try to convince the SAS management team to spend the extra kr5 million (Swedish Kronor) per aircraft for the dual combustor engine. Given that corporations are faced with increasing pressure with regards to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, this case study presents an opportunity for discussion and analysis of various environmental concepts including strategic environmental management, adoption of best available environmental technologies, the role of internal environmental leadership in a large corporation and the effect of market-based mechanisms to improve a sector’s environmental performance. The case illustrates the complexities of environmental decisions in striking a balance between meeting ambitious commitments and dealing with real capabilities of companies and external pressures.
 
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Case Solution for Talisman Energy Inc.: The Decision to Enter Iraq

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Case Name :      Talisman Energy Inc.: The Decision to Enter Iraq
Authors :           Pratima Bansal, Natalie Slawinski
Source :             Ivey Publishing
Case ID :            909M35
Discipline :        Business & Government Relations
Case Length :    17 pages
Solution Sample availability : YES
Plagiarism : NO (100% Original work)
Description for case is given below :
In June 2008, the chief executive officer of Talisman Energy Inc. (Talisman) and his senior executive team met with the company’s board of directors. The purpose of this meeting was to debate Talisman’s proposed entry into the oil-rich Kurdistan region of Iraq. This move was potentially very lucrative for Talisman but was fraught with risks. These risks were exacerbated by Talisman’s previous foray into Sudan; during that expansion Talisman had been accused of complicity in human-rights abuses, stemming from industry-accepted royalties and fees it had paid to the government. This payment of fees was held as an example by public interest groups to allege that Talisman was indirectly funding the Sudanese civil war. Talisman’s reputation had suffered to the point where the ire of investors and U.S. and Canadian governments was sufficient for Talisman to exit Sudan in 2003. There were many questions about the proposed move to Iraq, including the political situation, the views of the U.S. and Canadian government, and especially the US$220 million fee payable to the Kurdistan Regional Government. Should Talisman enter Iraq, and if so, could they avoid experiencing the same outcome as Sudan?
 
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