Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, which HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This collection provides managers to basic financial services tools and concepts. Topics include short-and long-term financial management, investment management, risk management, and valuation methods. As part of the Business Fundamentals Series, it includes materials from Harvard Business School MBA and Executive Education programs used. The collection in. .. Read more »

Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, which HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This collection provides managers to basic financial services tools and concepts. Topics include short-and long-term financial management, investment management, risk management, and valuation methods. As part of the Business Fundamentals Series, it includes materials from Harvard Business School MBA and Executive Education programs used. The collection includes the following: “Note on the Financial Perspective: What to Know entrepreneur” by William A. Sahlman, “Note on financial planning for large Horizons” by Timothy A. Luehrman, “Introduction to Portfolio Theory” by Andre F. Perold “Basic Capital Investment Analysis” by William J. Bruns, Jr., and “What is it worth? General Manager’s Guide to Valuation” by Timothy A. Luehrman
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William J. Bruns Jr.,
Michael E. Edleson,
Stephen R. Foerster,
W. Carl Kester,
Timothy A. Luehrman,
Scott P. Mason,
David W. Mullins, Jr.,
Andre F. Perold,
William A. Sahlman
168 pages.
Release Date: 02 April, 1999. Prod #: 1739-ENG-SBB
Finance for Managers, Business Fundamentals Series HBR case solution

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