Jones purchase the stock of Smithon outright leaving Smithon intact? The stock should not be purchase by Mr. Jones. Mr. Jones acquiring the assets, liabilities and also would inherit the contractual obligations of the selling corporation, would, be the results of the purchase. In lay terms, he has bought the existing Smithon Corporation and he is responsible of ensuring daily operations run efficiently but the tax aspect of acquisition he is responsible for existing and any future tax liabilities that the selling corporation had. It would be my advice for Mr. Jones to not buy the stock because of the liability of current and future tax obligations which Mr. Jones would incur from the purchase of the stock.
The acquiring company's basis in the stock of the acquired company is equal to the basis that the shareholder's had in their stock. In order to satisfy the expenses of an acquisition, an acquiring company may use a combination of 2 for 3 stock-for-stock exchange with shareholders of the target company and a tender offer of cash. Where possible, grantees often take advantage of a stock-for-stock exchange, as they usually increase a grantee's ownership position and require no cash outlay. Non-employee shareholders argue that stock-for-stock option price satisfaction adds to the already high expense of granting employees options, as the employees end up not having to pay the option price, which can add up to be a significant amount of cash if all employees granted options take advantage of stock-for-stock
Thirdly, the stock option which intend to provide tremendous potential return to the founder of each Internal Venture, however, if the stock price of Telecam tumble down, the stock option will no longer an effective incentive to the founder member. Lastly, as the internal venture can be merged with Wireless division, the people and culture in Internal Venture (Two years separation could be a big difference) might not match to the current structure, culture and current people in Wireless division. It’s easy to do in term of structure but it would take a
(DeLong, & Ager, 2005) Bill Bailey’s concerns regarding the merger indicate that he feels that the merger would financially benefit the orchestra much more than it would benefit the opera. Bill may be able to successfully avoid the merger if he were to concentrate on illustrating the negative equity that the merger would bring to the opera and also on the fact that the opera really doesn’t need the orchestra in order to succeed. Because of this perceived inequality in regards to the merger outcome, Adams’s Equity Theory of Motivation would be a good choice to oppose the merger. “Defined generally, equity theory is a model of motivation that explains how people strive for fairness and justice in social exchanges or give- and- take relationships. As a process theory of motivation, equity theory explains how an individual’s motivation to behave in a certain way is fueled by feelings of inequity or a lack of justice, (Kinicki, & Kreitner, 2010) The opera is financially stable, has a sizable endowment fund, and has successfully expanded the number of its annual performances from three to four.
C. What information about securities must companies disclose? Discuss how Merliss should report the proposed preferred stock issue. a. Dividend and liquidation preferences b. Participation rights c. Call prices and dates d. Conversion rates and dates e. Exercise prices and dates f. Sinking-fund requirements g. Unusual voting rights h. Contracts to issue additional shares i.
Learning Objective As a group, you will use the Meetings tool to discuss the Mindersoft Case, and reach a consensus about the problem(s), analyze the problem, and recommend a defensible solution. Your group will: Evaluate an early-stage investment opportunity from the VC's perspective: market opportunity, business model, management team, and financials and come up with an offer for the entrepreneur. Perform the valuation of an early stage Company using the pre and post money method, the venture capital method and discounted cash flow method of valuation. Illustrate the valuation gap between the VC and entrepreneur and underscore that valuation is eventually driven by negotiation. Explore how entrepreneurs make financing decisions when they are faced with timing issues and low bargaining power versus VCs.
CanGo is not considering the major benefit of an IPO, which is increased capital that comes from investors. If CanGo does not take this form of increased capital into account it will limit their growth. Recommendation 3 Offer an IPO CanGo should offer an IPO, allowing for increased capital. By offering an IPO CanGo will able to take a big step in the right direction of expanding their new ventures. Investors investing in an IPO are aware that it takes time to see a solid return/profit when a company is expanding into new ventures and that risks are involved.
Once again if the president’s bonus is based off of net income, this situation is the most favorable for a high paying bonus and encourages stockpiling inventory to inflate net income. b. If the sales outlook for the coming three years were to increase to 30,000,000, the newly implemented system would prove valuable to B.E. Company. If production is kept the same, the company is predicted to sell every unit produced which would avoid a stockpile of inventory and also safeguarding an extra 5,000,000 units in ending inventory in case sales go above 30,000,000.
Jones decides to buy Smithon Corporation he should buy it with the exchange in stocks instead of buying the Corporation outright. This will lower his acquisition cost and in return lower his taxable income since there is no recognition of a gain or loss on an acquisition company with a stock-for-stock exchange. If he decides to buy Smithon Manufacturing he will be able to change it to and S Corp and follow the fiscal year ending on December 31st. By changing it to an S corporation he will have the profits go directly to his personal income and avoid double taxation. A merger would best be used in this situation since it will help lower his taxable income and he can improve his operations and competitiveness.
It requires reasonable business thinking to analyze if the stock will go up or down. Hence, it needs a portion of reading the recent news about the corporation. At least, I got an overview of how the stock market work by learning new business terms like short sell, margin, options, and many more. The stock market has influence me to be careful in buying shares from corporations. Stock market can either make me more money or lose more money.