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Shorebank and Indecorp (B)
Werhane, Patricia H.; Powell, Elizabeth A.; McMillen, Sheila Case E-0121 / Published October 2, 1998 / 6 pages.
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The B case (see also the A [E-0120] and C [E-0122] cases) opens with Shorebank's decision not to pursue Indecorp, though by the end of the case Shorebank is reconsidering its decision. In the meantime, OmniBanc, a relatively small black-owned bank based in Michigan, makes a bid for Indecorp. To gain support for its bid, OmniBanc's public-relations efforts focus on retaining black ownership of the institution. Although the bid is ultimately unsuccessful, it raises the question of who should lend in the African American community.




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    The B case (see also the A [E-0120] and C [E-0122] cases) opens with Shorebank's decision not to pursue Indecorp, though by the end of the case Shorebank is reconsidering its decision. In the meantime, OmniBanc, a relatively small black-owned bank based in Michigan, makes a bid for Indecorp. To gain support for its bid, OmniBanc's public-relations efforts focus on retaining black ownership of the institution. Although the bid is ultimately unsuccessful, it raises the question of who should lend in the African American community.

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