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"Corporate Finance" supplies an epigrammatic introduction to the topic of finance for students at all levels. Written in a susceptible style to expedite understanding of the concepts,... More > issues and developments in corporate finance, the book covers all key aspects of the topic and includes many examples, summaries and practical advises. A textbook fully equipped with everything you need to master your financial principles course, including extensive but yet concise coverage integrated with all relative theories and examples. An indispensable tool for every finance student!< Less
This established and respectable text gives students a real insight into the practical implications of the most recent theoretical advances on the field, including extensive coverage on market... More > efficiency, company valuations, corporate restructuring, financial instruments, risk management, and many more. It is an indispensable and unique study source for both students and teachers.< Less
Applied Corporate Finance
"Applied Corporate Finance" has established itself as a key text for students on a range of financial courses. It converts the theory and models in corporate finance into tools that can be... More > used to assess, and evaluate any business model. With its easy to use approach, you can find real solutions to real corporate finance problems. It is highly recommended for students at all levels as well as teachers!< Less
Corporate Finance Decisions in Volatile Economic Times
The aim of this book is to help managers to reflect upon the critical assumptions underlying the most relevant tools for valuation of corporate investments under uncertainty.
It offers a wide range... More > of working papers, journal articles and case studies which are the fruit of our recent experience in teaching, consulting and research.
This book is ideally suited to both managers and MBA students who seek to improve their critical ability to make value decisions based on an array of relevant investment valuation tools.< Less
Articles of Corporations
"The corporation is an organization capable of entering into contracts and carrying out business under its own name, separate from it owners. To become a corporation, state laws generally... More > require that a company must do the following: (1) file articles of incorporation, (2) adopt a set of bylaws, and (3) form a board of directors. The articles of incorporation specify the legal name for the corporation, and its place of business, and the nature of its business. This certificate gives “life” to a corporation in the sense that it represents a contract between the corporation and its owners. This contract authorizes the corporation to issue units of ownership, called shares, and specifies the rights of the owners, the shareholders.
The only complete A to Z, yet Smart & Fast, guide to venture financing for entrepreneurs. Only 6 firms out of 10,000 get venture capital funding on an average. BE ONE OF THEM! Make your... More > entrepreneurial dream and project attractive to investors!< Less
Corporate restructuring stimulate companies to address poor performance, pursue new strategic opportunities, and attain credibility in the capital markets. This outstanding compendium provides a rare... More > inside look at some of the most interesting factors behind a corporate restructuring. Basing itself on extensive research it procures you with unique insights and data unavailable anywhere else! It is an ideal tool for managers, accountants, and finance students!< Less
The Corporation Sole
If your looking to start a Church and wanting to be free from the restrictive laws of 501c3, then this book is for you! A Corporation Sole is one of the rarest; least talked about and most... More > advantageous form of incorporating a ministries assets in the world. Understand that a Corporation Sole is NOT you’re Church. It is an incorporated Office (or Title of the Office) of a church or religious organization. It is established solely to manage the Churches assets, finances, and day to day financial operations. It is a Corporation ‘Sole’ because the Office is filled by only one person – (who is typically the head of the church or spiritual organization). It cannot be understated how incredibly vital this book is to every Pastor in America. If you we're looking for a way to free your Church from the restrictive rules governing 501c3 Churches, then this book is for you.< Less