A large diversified company must develop a strategy for a division whose performance has deteriorated. Due to its aging product Alternatives range from liquidation to a large investment in a new product. The formal investment analysis is compared with the informal process are identified and presented by the projects. This case is a consolidation of the MRC, Inc. (A) and (B) by RW Moore.

A large diversified company must develop a strategy for a division whose performance has deteriorated. Due to its aging product Alternatives range from liquidation to a large investment in a new product. The formal investment analysis is compared with the informal process are identified and presented by the projects. This case is a consolidation of the MRC, Inc. (A) and (B) by RW Moore.
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Thomas R. Piper
Source: Harvard Business School
15 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 1977. Prod #: 277123-PDF-ENG
MRC, Inc. (Consolidated) HBR case solution