Table of contents for Cases in finance / Jim DeMello.

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1-Signal Cable Company; Cash Flow Analysis 

2-Bigger Isn't Always Better; Financial Ratio Analysis

3-Playing the Numbers Game!; DuPont Analysis

4-Growing Pains; Financial Forecasting

5-Lottery Winnings-Looks Can Be Deceptive; Time Value of Money

6-Saving for Retirement? Better Late Than Never; Retirement Planning

7-Paying Off That Dream House;	Loan Amortization

8-Corporate Bonds-They Are More Complex	Than You Think; Bond Analysis and Valuation

9-How Low Can It Go?; Application of Stock Valuation Methods

10-The Lazy Mower: Is It Really Worth It?; Estimating Cash Flow-New Project Analysis

11-If the Coat Fits, Wear it; Replacement Project Analysis

12-The Dilemma at Day-Pro; Comparison of Capital Budgeting Techniques

13-Flirting with Risk; Risk and Return

14-I Wish I Had a Crystal Ball	Real Options and Capital

15-Better Late Than Never; Determining the Cost of Capital

16-We Are Not All Alike; Divisional Costs of Capital

17-Economic Added Value; Economic Value Added (EVA)

18-It’s Better to Be Safe Than Sorry!; Evaluating Project Risk

19-Look Before You Leverage; Debt Versus Equity Financing

20-Is It Worth More Dead or Alive?; Bankruptcy and Reorganization

21-Is It Much Ado About Nothing?; Dividend Policy

22-Timing Is Everything!; Working Capital Management

23-Getting Our Act Together; Cash Budgeting

24-The Elusive Cash Balance; Cash Budgeting

25-A Switch in Time Saves Nine; Accounts Receivable Management

26-Will it be Worthwhile to Venture?; International Capital Budgeting

27-Risky Business; Hedging with Derivatives

28-Made for Each Other; Valuing Corporate Acquisitions

29-Why Buy It When You Can Lease It? Versus Buy Analysis 

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Corporations Finance Case studies