Posts filed under “Corporate Management”

How Much Business Investment Is the Right Amount?

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Andrew Lapthorne, a quantitative strategist at Societe Generale SA, recently looked at the correlation between business investment and individual stock prices, in a report titled “How does too much or too little investment affect a company’s stock price?”.

Some of their results were surprising: Stocks of companies that over- or underinvest get punished in Europe and North America. However, in Japan, firms don’t seem to suffer as much for the consequences of their investments.

 

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Category: Corporate Management, Investing

Warren Buffett’s Attackers Are Hypocritical

The jury is out as to how much of the Burger King-Tim Horton merger is driven by the desire for tax savings. So far, the range seems to be modestly to not very much. The Los Angeles Times noted “Burger King’s overall effective tax rate in 2013 was 27.5%, according to its annual report. Tim…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Legal, Taxes and Policy

Inversion of the Money Snatchers

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Category: Corporate Management, Crony Capitalists, Taxes and Policy, Television

Top 50 S&P 500 Companies’ 401(k)s

  Click for the interactive version.   Source: Bloomberg Visual Data  

Category: 401(k), Corporate Management, Digital Media

Graphic Language: The Curse of the CEO

I love this article: F-Bombs Tolerated in Recession Cause CEOs Trouble Later It turns out that public profanity among top executives is sensitive to economic conditions, according to a Bloomberg News review of thousands of CEO calls with investors and analysts from 2004 to last month. It spiked in the aftermath of the recession in…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Earnings, Really, really bad calls

Bank fines cleaning up ‘corporate culture’


Source: Yahoo Finance

Category: Corporate Management, Regulation, Video

Conditions Favorable for a Capex Comeback

Source: Bloomberg Visual Data

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media, Markets

Freeriding Corporations Need to Pay their Fair Share

Allan Sloan, editor-at-large for Fortune magazine, is angry. And with good reason: He is upset at a lot of U.S. corporate executives who are engaging in “inversion.” This is the process of moving the location of incorporation to a tax haven and skipping out on paying U.S. taxes (short list here). Even though the company…Read More

Category: Corporate Management, Taxes and Policy

Corporate America = UnAmerican

Today’s must read comes to us from Fortune, where editor at large Allan Sloane rails against “Positively un-American tax dodges.” Its your must read for today.     Let’s see if the our elected representatives can manage to stop behaving like 10 year olds long enough to resolve this.  

Category: Corporate Management, Economy, Really, really bad calls, Taxes and Policy

Top Payers of Fines and Settlements to U.S. Authorities

Source: FT

Category: Corporate Management, Digital Media