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Amoco Corporation

This case is one of a pair of cases used in a merger negotiation. It is designed to be used with "British Petroleum, Ltd." (UVA-F-1263). One-half of the class prepares only the British Petroleum (BP) ...

AtHomeCare, Inc.: Health Care Services Rollup

In mid-April 2010, Clark McCullough, a partner at Ardent Capital, reviewed the final investment memorandum concerning a possible $110 million investment in AtHomeCare, Inc., a private company providin ...

Bear Stearns and the Seeds of its Demise

This case is suitable for courses on corporate finance at the graduate or advanced undergraduate level that cover banking, financing, security design, capital structure, or capital markets. The case c ...

Bidding For Hertz: Leveraged Buyout

This case and its companion, UVA-F-1561, were awarded the 2012 Wachovia Award for Excellence in Teaching Materials - Innovative Case. In August 2005, The Carlyle Group and its partners (Clayton, Dubil ...

British Petroleum, Ltd.

This case is one of a pair of cases used in a merger negotiation. It is designed to be used with "Amoco Corporation" (UVA-F-1262). One-half of the class prepares only the Amoco case, and one-half uses ...

CalPERS versus Mercury News: Disclosure Comes to Private Equity

In November 2002, a California state court required the California Public Employees' Retirement Systems (CalPERS) to publicly report its returns on private-equity investments. This case examines the c ...

Capital Structure Theory: A Current Perspective

Finance scholars' approach to capital-structure issues reflects a progression of thought over time. This note provides an overview of the current state of capital-structure theory. One perspective on ...

Concierge Club: Series A Round

Concierge Club is an early-stage company looking to raise $6 million of additional funding in a Series A financing in December 1999. Mary Naylor, the founder and CEO of Concierge Club, is a dynamic an ...

Debt Financing, Firm Value, and the Cost of Capital

This note is suitable for an introductory MBA course in corporate finance. It explores how managers determine the proper amount of debt financing to use to fund a firm's operations. It examines the fu ...

Diva Shoes, Inc.

This case examines the exchange rate risk of a U.S.-based manufacturer of women's luxury shoes that has recently introduced its product in Japan. Students are asked to evaluate the extent of the firm' ...

DuPont Corporation: Sale of Performance Coatings

In January 2012, Ellen Kullman, CEO and chairman of DuPont, must decide whether to retain or sell the company's Performance Coatings (DPC) division. This is an introductory case on valuing a leveraged ...

Eagle Finance Corp. (A)

This case and its companion (UVA-F-1102) provide comprehensive coverage of a firm's decision to undertake an initial public offering (IPO). The company is a nonregulated financial firm in a rapidly gr ...
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