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Dell's Working Capital
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A 14 page paper discussing Harvard Case 9-201-029: Dell's Working Capital. Dell's business model has been held up as being something to which other businesses should aspire. It was born of sound management, but only in response to the realization that, as Michael Dell noted, the company was "running out of gas." Alteration of its cash flow management set Dell on the pace of growth that led to 7 stock splits in the 1990s. The paper provides and assesses working capital and ratios of profitability, liquidity and leverage. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSacctDellWcap.rtf

Dell; A Company Report
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This 24 page paper looks at the global company Dell considering the different aspects of the company in both its internal and external environments. The paper uses a SWOT analysis as well as Porters five forces model and a stakeholder analysis to consider the strategy and operations for the company, with performance measured by a financial analysis including 6 graphs. The paper concludes with recommendation for the future. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Filename: TEdellrp.wps

Dell; Potential Independent and Dependant Variables
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Explaining Dell’s Poor Performance Dell has been having major problem with following sales and poor publicity predicting hard times ahead. This 4 page paper briefly outlines the sources of some of these problems and then considers the way that this may be examined with statistics and defined what could be the independent variables and the dependant variables in the research. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEdelvarib.rtf

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This 4 page paper examines Delta Airlines performance 1998 – 2004. The paper presents profitability, efficiency and debt ratio for the years and then undertakes a z-score calculation using the Altman Bankruptcy Model to predict the future of the airline. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEdeltafail.rtf

Delta Airlines Inc. ; Financial Performance 1998 - 2002
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This 4 page paper looks at the financial performance of Delta Airlines during the five year period 1998 – 2002. The paper includes a table with profitability, efficiency, liquidity and leverage ratios. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEdelta01.rtf

Depreciation at Delta and Singapore Airlines
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A 3 page paper addressing the questions posed in Harvard case 9-198-002. The case compares the airlines’ financial structure relative to their respective aircraft fleets in 1993. Nearly half of Delta’s fleet is leased and the company carries a high debt load, whereas Singapore Airlines owns all its aircraft and carries no long-term debt. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: KSfinDepDelta.rtf

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This 2.5-page paper focuses on discussion of forms of business depreciation(such as accelerated and straight-line) and describes the difference between book value and savage value. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MTdepdef.rtf

Deregulation and the Glass-Steagall Act
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A 14 page paper which discusses the current conditions and controversies concerning the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 as it relates to issues of financial institutes and issues of deregulation. The history of the act is presented in helping to establish the reasoning behind the action. This is followed by a brief illustration of what has taken place in relationship to the act, in the past few decades. The majority of the paper addresses conditions and concerns since the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act which took place last year. Overall, while the act of 1933 was never truly considered sufficient, it did maintain some control over banking regulations. With the growth in technology and such it became necessary to finally get rid of the act, but by doing so we have a great deal of issues to address if the future of financial institutions is to be secure and profitable. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: RAdeglass.wps

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