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  • Clarkson Lumber

    Clarkson Lumber Company Case : Assignment, Due October 4 1. In your group, assign a Team Administrator, a Notekeeper, and a Number Cruncher(s). These do not need to be independent roles (the Team Spokesperson may be the Number Cruncher, etc.). The other members of the group will contribute their thoughts and ensure that their spokesperson has all the relevant facts to speak for their group. a. The Team Administrator keeps the group on track to ensure that the discussion is on topic

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  • Clarkson Lumber Company

    Overview Clarkson Lumber Company is a classic example of a privately held company that has experienced a rapid growth in sales and has reached a point where it is facing a shortage of cash to sustain the expected growth in sales in the following years. The owner, Keith Clarkson, bought out his partner’s interest in the company in 1994 for $200,000. His partner, Henry Holtz, took a note for the $200,000 with an interest rate of 11% and was repayable in the semi-annual installments of $50,000 beginning

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  • Analysis Binge Drinking Is Good for You

    column written by Jeremy Clarkson. The column was first published on September 2nd 2007, in the British newspaper “The Time”. In the column Clarkson attacks the “busybodies” who are dictating how people’s life should be. He especially dislikes how they tackle the drinking problem. What is the different between drinking for fun once in a while and drinking all the time? That is one of the issues Jeremy Clarkson discus in this column. The sender of this column is Jeremy Clarkson, who is also co-host

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  • Clarkson Lumber Company

    1993 Net Working Capital Current assets Curent liabilities Working Capital A/R Inventory A/P Accrued Exp. Delta WC Financing Net retained Profit Extra Notes payable Bank Delta Cash 411 686 275 388 306 337 213 42 1994 330 895 565 458 411 432 340 45 70 1995 161 1249 1088 742 606 587 376 75 284 1996-Q1 170 1243 1073 759 583 607 364 67 17 1996-Est 0 68 60 77 330 5 9 Profitability 1993 74 2921 2,53% 60 504 12% 1994 84 3477 2,42% 68 372 18% 1995 99 4519 2,19% 77 449 17% 1996-Q1

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  • Alternative Dispute Resolution

    expensive and timely than formal trials, an ADR can provide companies with much-needed privacy for discreet matters, help to maintain relations with strategic business partners, and may provide more flexible and creative resolutions to disputes (Clarkson, Cross, Jentz, & Miller, 2004). Negotiation, mediation, and arbitration are the most popular types of ADR (Bagley & Savage, 2010). For the benefit of business managers, this paper will review what is involved in the each ADR process, recommend

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  • Elements of a Contract

    offer and an acceptance (book). An offer is considered acceptable on the conditions that “the offeror has to have a serious intention to become bound by the offer, the terms must be reasonably definite, and it must be communicated to the offeree” (Clarkson, Miller, & Cross, 2012). Apple’s attempts to protect itself from buyers who misuse the products that it offers coupled with the fact that Apple is a multinational corporation that sells millions of products constitutes Apple’s serious intent to

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  • Mr Clarkson

    column written by Jeremy Clarkson. The column was first published on September 2nd 2007, in the British newspaper “The Time”. In the column Clarkson attacks the “busybodies” who are dictating how people’s life should be. He especially dislikes how they tackle the drinking problem. What is the different between drinking for fun once in a while and drinking all the time? That is one of the issues Jeremy Clarkson discus in this column. The sender of this column is Jeremy Clarkson, who is also co-host

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  • Clarkson Lumber

    MEMO RE CLARKSON LUMBER TO: President, Northrup National Bank FROM: George Dodge Loans Officer, Northrup National Bank Clarkson Lumber Company is owned and operated by the hardworking, 49-year-old Mr. Clarkson.With relatively low operating expenses, operated by a small number of staff and a strong management. Clarkson Lumber is a company experiencing rapid growth with an anticipation of a further increase in sales. However the company has constant cash flow problems. The financial ratios

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  • Mr Bull Winkle

    Date: May 20, 1999 To: Elliott P. Smith From: Burak Alici, Mike Kruger Subject: Clarkson Lumber Background Despite its past record of profits, Clarkson Lumber has borrowed increasing amounts to satisfy the ambitious goals of its owner: Keith Clarkson. As shown in Exhibit 3, Clarkson is attempting to grow faster than its sustainable growth rate, and therefore must rely on external financing. This reliance is exacerbated by Mr. Clarkson’s simultaneous buyout of his former partner, Mr

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  • Nhat

    Sau giai đoạn tăng trưởng nhanh trong những năm gần đây, Clarkson Lumber Company, vào mùa xuân năm 1996, kỳ vọng một sự tăng trưởng lớn trong doanh thu. Mặc dù đạt được lợi nhuận cao, công ty đã trải qua giai đoạn thiếu hụt tiền mặt và cảm thấy việc tăng số tiền vay từ Suburban National Bank lên 399,000 USD trong mùa xuân năm 1996 là cần thiết. Khoản vay tối đa mà Suburban Natonal Bank cung cấp cho một khách hàng là 400,000 USD và Clarkson nằm trong giới hạn này bằng việc dựa nhiều vào tín dụng thương

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  • Google Senate Committee Hearing Essay

    amount of market power (Clarkson et al. 939). Google indisputably does have extreme market power in the search engine market with 65%. Since Google obtained its market power fairly by creating a superior product, the issue is not whether Google monopolized illegally in the search engine market, but whether they are using their monopoly power in the search engine marketplace to unfairly attempt to monopolize in other markets, which is a violate of Section 2 of the Act (Clarkson et al. 945.) It is debatable

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  • Jjhhdsjdh

    Statement of the Problem At first glance, Clarkson Lumber appears to be a healthy company. However, despite rapid growth and increasing sales Clarkson Lumber finds itself searching for additional funding to compensate for a shortage in cash to fund its expanding business. Clarkson Lumber is in this situation for a number of reasons. The company's inability to receive payments from customers in a timely manner created a severe impact in the company's cash flows. The age of account receivables

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  • Clarkson Case Solution

    borrowing to meet daily needs from the bank so as to maintain its current expansion rate. Mr. Clarkson’s decision today is whether to expand and, if so, how to raise new funds. Answer: The loan requirement of $750,000 would be dependent on how Mr. Clarkson uses trade credit as a source of funds. If they don’t take advantage of the trade discount and sell $5.5 million and their % of sales were to remain same for the rest of the items in the balance sheet, they would have more than $298,000 increase

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  • Clarkson Case

    Clarkson Lumber Company Case Assignment : Due Oct 3 1. In your group, assign a Team Administrator, a Notekeeper, and a Number Cruncher(s). These do not need to be independent roles (the Team Spokesperson may be the Number Cruncher, etc.). The other members of the group will contribute their thoughts and ensure that their spokesperson has all the relevant facts to speak for their group. a. The Team Administrator keeps the group on track to ensure that the discussion is on topic

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  • The Government Shows No Mercy to Native Women

    that is allowing non-Indians to get away with crimes that are harming both women and children. In “Reservations Beyond the Law”, Gavin Clarkson, an assistant professor at the University of Michigan school of Information, School of Law and Native American Studies, explains that this was the start of “an epidemic of violence against Indian women and Children” (Clarkson par. 4) and the inherent assumption that non-Indians could get away with anything on reservations. Indian women are repeatedly taken

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  • Business

    explaining why it is the key problem. With a rapid growth in Mr. Clarkson Lumber’s business, and an anticipated future substantial increase in sales in the 1996, the problem for Mr. Clarkson was a shortage of cash and had found it necessary to increase it borrowing. Nonetheless the company had a consistent profitability, the company still had serious shortage with cash due to several reasons. The key problem for Mr. Clarkson is should they give up the current limited trade creidt in order to get

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  • Clarkson

    making the matters worse. Based on our Proforma calculations, we think that in 1996 Clarkson needs loan amount of approximately $ 1,235,000 (i.e. around $ 1.24 M) which is 65% higher than Mr. Clarkson’s estimate of $ 750,000. Even though this may not cure all the current problems at Clarkson, this will help provide much-needed immediate liquidity. By comparing sustainable and actual growth, we found that Clarkson has been growing significantly above its sustainable growth rate and also observed that

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  • Clarkson

    COMM 371, Lecture 6 COMM 371, Lecture 6 Lecture 6: Financing Growth – The Clarkson Lumber Case Outline for Today (Clarkson Lumber) • Case objectives • Understand what drives the need for cash: Clarkson needs cash, but has a good record of profitability • Evaluate Clarkson’s loan requirements and ability to repay • Link the short-term financial plan to evaluating the firm’s long-term goals • Practice basic skills in financial analysis • Review facts of case • Construct statement of cash flows

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  • Dean

    Introduction Thursday, January 19: Clarkson Lumber Company Reading: Note on Financial Analysis a. How is the company's financial performance? (Examine appropriate financial ratios.) b. Why has Clarkson Lumber borrowed increasing amounts despite its consistent profitability? c. How has Mr. Clarkson met the financing needs of the company during the period 1993 through 1995? Has the financial strength of Clarkson Lumber improved or deteriorated

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  • Business Analysis

    Financial Analysis and forcasting Monica fernandes som 101 November 9, 2004 Prof. Pierre du jardin Mr. George Dodge, Clarkson Lumber Company is doing well but there is the issue of whether or not there is too high a risk in granting the request for the $750,000 line of credit. There are many supporting strong points but it also has some problems to work out. This is a company that has many good characteristics and looks promising but needs the extra money to pay off loans, inventory,

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  • Clarkson

    Executive Summary Clarkson Lumber is a small but rapidly growing lumber company in the Pacific Northwest. Keith Clarkson--sole owner and president--anticipates further sales growth but his business may not be able to keep up with future demand because of a shortage of cash, despite good profits. Currently the company has a line of credit with Suburban National Bank, but the bank would not offer any one customer any more than a $400,000 loan, a limit which Clarkson is bumping up against at $399

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  • Clarkson Lumber Co.

    | CLARKSON LUMBER COMPANY 1. SITUACION DE LA EMPRESA En la primavera de 1996, Clarkson Lumber Company esperaba un incremento en sus ventas, pero a pesar de contar con un buen nivel de rentabilidad, la empresa había sufrido una escasez de caja y se había visto obligada a aumentar su crédito a principios de 1996 en el Suburban National Bank a $399,000, el limite o tope para líneas de crédito en el banco era de $400,000, y ahora le pedían al Sr. Clarkson garantizar su préstamo

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  • Guide to Moscow

    contradiction, and makes them think that everything is going well and extinction is impossible. I think that the use of this language in the title shows that the author is trying to manipulate the reader by making them agree with him through humour. Mr. Clarkson is not showing the whole picture of the problem of extinction. The reader thinks that everything is going well, and people have time to change it. However the problem of extinction is serious, and people should think about it now, because in the

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  • Clarkson

    There are a couple of reasons for Mr. Clarkson wanting to increase the amount of borrowing that would be needed to continue with his operations. One of the reason is that he wants to pay off Mr. Holtz in order for himself to become the primary owner of the company. Another reason for the need to borrow funds is that the net income was growing at a slower rate than the operating expenses. Between the years of 1993-1995 the net income only rose from 60k, 68k, 77k thousand respectively. The operating

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  • Business Law

    fulfilled so that the debt is not fully paid to me I would ask to mortgage the customers assets for the remaining debt amount so that if the customer cannot repay me in the future than I would be able to recover the remaining amount of debt owed to me (Clarkson, Miller, & Cross. 2012). Part III Owning a corporation allows a business owners personal finances to be separate from the companies finances. When the corporation starts to accumulate too much debt that cannot be paid off

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  • Clarkson Lumber Company

    Clarkson Lumber Hardwoods, Hard Times BBUS 505a Cavelero, Engstrom, Tobey & Zadah Overview • Case Summary • Problem Identification • Findings • Methodology • Metrics • Insights Case Summary • Clarkson Lumber Company [‘CLC’], is a small PNW lumber concern experiencing rapid, questionably financed growth. • Keith Clarkson [‘Clarkson’], sole owner of CLC, has maxed out ($399K of $400K) his line of credit [‘LOC’] at Suburban National. • CLC relies heavily on trade credit and short term debt

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  • Clarkson Lumber Company

    Clarkson Lumber Company Problem Analysis: According to Exhibit 1, after computing the net profit margin, we can see that since 1993, the return on sales are 2%, 1.96%, 1.7%, which indicate the first problem. The cost of goods relative to the sales was high which caused the return on sales are too low comparing to the industry level, which also means the costs grew faster than the sales. Secondly, according to Exhibit 2, after computing the days sales outstanding, since 1993, they

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  • Clarkson Lumber Company Case Report

    To: Loan Committee, Northrup National Bank Date: September 17, 2014 Re: Clarkson Lumber Company Loan Application Overview  Borrower: Keith Clarkson, sole owner and president of the Clarkson Lumber Company  Purpose: To support rapid growth in business during recent years and anticipated further substantial increase in sales, allowing Mr. Clarkson to fully utilize trade discounts to improve profitability.  Request / Amount: Not to exceed $750,000  Rate: Set on a floating rate basis at

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  • C. Lumbe

    Management – 514 Clarkson Lumber Case Study – 1 Clarkson Lumber, founded in 1981 as a partnership, is a rapidly growing business. The company has relatively low operating expenses and is a fairly profitable outfit. At first look, Clarkson appears to be a well-managed, growing, profitable company. When we dig a little deeper, issues relating to liquidity and financing arise and bring into question the ability for Clarkson to sustain growth. In terms of profitability, Clarkson is fairly consistent

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  • Jeremy Clarkson Binge Drinking

    you! “Binge Drinking is good for you” is a column written by Jeremy Clarkson. In the column Clarkson attacks the “busybodies” who are dictating how people’s life should be. He especially dislikes how they tackle the drinking problem. What is the different between drinking for fun once in a while and drinking all the time? That is one of the issues Jeremy Clarkson discus in this column. The sender of this column is Jeremy Clarkson, who is also co-host in the TV-program Top Gear. The column was published

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  • Msn News

    Sky News new caption Two police officers shot in Ferguson Sky News new caption  Who could replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear? Motoring Research CAR CRASH CLARKSON:  5m viewers, 214 countries, three Stigs: Top Gear in numbers Motoring Research  BBC faces multimillion-pound bill from Jeremy Clarkson suspension The Guardian  Jeremy Clarkson is 'huge talent' says Cameron Sky News new caption  Gigi Hadid: Who is fashion's newest 'It' girl? PLUS-SIZED

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  • Erghrhfdghsdfg

    bionic arm to boy born with a missing limb  Iron Man star Robert Downey Jr gives bionic arm to boy born with missing limb Sky News new caption Jeremy Clarkson 'alerted BBC bosses to fracas incident' The Guardian CAR CRASH CLARKSON: 'Clarkson threatened producer with dismissal' Sky News Who could replace Jeremy Clarkson on Top Gear? Motoring Research 5m viewers, 214 countries, three Stigs: Top Gear in numbers Motoring Research new caption  The Sound of Music:

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  • Creatine Research Paper

    effects may have functional significance to these individuals (Terjung and Clarkson, 2000). There is evidence of a beneficial effect in particular patients with Cr supplementations. Thus, there is hope that Cr supplementation can influence morbidity, at least in some patients; the outlook is strongest where the clinical problems most carefully match the physiological and biochemical effects of Cr in the cell (Terjung and Clarkson, 2000). Congestive heart failure is known that cardiac CK activity and

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  • Rules

    October 29, 1996 Clarkson Lumber Company After a rapid growth in its business during recent years, the Clarkson Lumber Company, in the spring of 1996, anticipated a further substantial increase in sales. Despite good profits, the company had experienced a shortage of cash and had found it necessary to increase its borrowing from the Suburban National Bank to $399,000 in the spring of 1996. The maximum loan that Suburban National would make to any one borrower was $400,000 and Clarkson had been able

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  • Capacity

    father liable for the services rendered to Daniel? Legal consideration can be broken down into two parts: “(1) something of legally sufficient value must be given in exchange for the promise; and (2) usually, there must be a bargained-for exchange.” (Clarkson, Miller, & Cross, 2012, p. 223) In a bilateral contract it consists of a promise in return for a promise. In a unilateral contract there is a promise in return for performance. In the case stated above past consideration would be the legal standard

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  • The Clarkson Review: Jaguar F-Type S Article Review

    Reader heading: Jaguar F-Type The Clarkson Review: Jaguar F-Type S (2013) It’s a Hard Life English 102-034 January 27, 2015 Abstract The Jaguar F-Type, Jaguar’s first sports car since the E-Type died off in the early 70’s. Jaguar’s idea of the F-Type has been around since the late 90’s, but never followed through, but now it’s here. Considered to be one of the best sports cars on sale, the F-Type has overwhelmed the media and has convinced consumers it is ready to take down its

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  • Clarkson and Lumber

    Clarkson Lumber Case Analysis Why has Clarkson Lumber borrowed increasing amounts despite its consistent profitability? 1. Cost of Goods Sold: Even though profits have been consistent, they have not increased sufficiently. The NPM has remained close to 2%, and COGS has remained around 75%, keeping profit margins low (See Appendix Exhibit 3). Therefore, operating expenses and COGS have increased at a quicker rate than net income. Additional funds are required to not only maintain the company’s

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  • The Price of Gas Has Increased at a Fast Rate

    these batteries can hold a max charge, keeping the phone on longer. However, in the later years the battery will not hold the same charge as it could when purchased new. The same thing occurs with electric cars. The Nissan Leaf, according to Jeremy Clarkson of BBC’s “Top Gear,” will need a battery change in less than 5 years. With the cost of the battery packs still being expensive, this cost will most likely hurt the driver’s wallet just like filling up with gasoline would. Another problem with the

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  • An Analysis of Thomas Clarkson and Olaudah Equiano

    slavery has been abolished and it was because people like both Thomas Clarkson and Olaudah Equiano were abolitionist writers, Thomas Clarkson was able to bring the truth of slavery to the forefront of people minds as he was working hard to help abolish slavery, Olaudah wrote a biography about himself and it details what happened to him as a slave and how he was able to change his life after he bought his freedom; Thomas Clarkson was able to write his essay and be able to prove his findings because

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  • Clarkson Lumber

    Mr. George Dodge, Clarkson Lumber Company is doing well but there is the issue of whether or not there is too high a risk in granting the request for the $750,000 line of credit. There are many supporting strong points but it also has some problems to work out. This is a company that has many good characteristics and looks promising but needs the extra money to pay off loans, inventory, and supplies. I recommend this company to receive the line of credit. Looking at the individual ratios seen in

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  • Clarkson Lumber Case

    Case Discussion Questions: 1) Why has Clarkson Lumber borrowed increasing amounts despite its consistent profitability? a) Clarkson Lumber has experienced a rapid growth in sales (see net sales below) and the company is finding it hard to find cash to sustain their level of growth (see notes payable below). The amount of working capital needed is outpacing the ability of the company to produce the funds themselves. To keep up with the increase of sales they need to borrow funds to increase

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  • Clarkson Lumber Company

    Clarkson Lumber company Financial Analysis and forcasting Mr. George Dodge, Clarkson Lumber Company is doing well but there is the issue of whether or not there is too high a risk in granting the request for the $750,000 line of credit. There are many supporting strong points but it also has some problems to work out. This is a company that has many good characteristics and looks promising but needs the extra money to pay off loans, inventory, and supplies. I recommend this company to receive

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  • Contract Laws

    contract (promise for an act) (Clarkson, Miller & Cross, 2012). Peter has made an offer to Dave. Dave can accept the offer by signing and returning the contract to Peter when it arrives. When Dave receives the contract he signs it and mails it back to Peter. The signing of the contract by Dave has put Peter and Dave into an agreement that is binding. For a contract to be valid it must contain an agreement, consideration, contractual capacity and legality (Clarkson, Miller & Cross, 2012). The contract

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  • Caso Clarkson

    UNIVERSIDAD LATINA DE PANAMÁ ASIGNATURA: INTRODUCCIÓN A E- COMMERCE INTERNACIONAL PROFESORA: MGTR AGUSTINA PIZARRO DE MENA ASIGNACIÓN No 2 Presentar en la semana 8: 30 de junio de 2015 GRUPO No. 4 INTEGRANTES: NOMBRES Y APELLIDOS CÉDULA / PASAPORTE __Hernan Hurtado 8-867-2034 __Jeny Caballero 8-881-440 __Rigoberto Bello Módulo I: Desarrollo Histórico del Comercio Internacional EVALUACIÓN I. Parte. Subraye la opción que consideres responde a cada

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  • A Critique of a Kiva Programme Replication

    A critical analysis of “Introducing and piloting the KiVa bullying prevention programme in the UK” by J. Hutchings and S. Clarkson 2015. Introduction The KiVa program was developed by Christina Salmivalli at the University of Turku in Finland, it was developed as a means to reduce and hopefully prevent bullying and victimization from happening in schools. KiVa is an abbreviation for “Kiusaamista Vastaan” which translates into “against bullying” which relates to the program’s intent to effect

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  • Clarkson Lumber

    Case Write-up #1 Clarkson Lumber Company Background Clarkson Lumber Company (CLC) is a successful finished wood products company with a promising future, yet needs to apply sound managerial financing policies to continue to be competitive in this market. The sole owner, Keith Clarkson, is dedicated to his profession and has a good reputation among his suppliers and customers. CLC's sales have been consistently growing over the past several years, rising 19% from 1993 to 1994, 30% from 1994

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  • Novels

    Reinforced masonry and Timber Design Research: Structural design, properties of fiber reinforced concrete and remote sensing James Bonner Professor and Director of Center for the Environment 102 Rowley 268-3856 PhD Civil and Environmental Engineering, Clarkson University, 1983 Research: Coastal environmental hazard assessment and remediation John Dempsey Professor 240B Rowley 268-6517 PhD Engineering, University of Auckland, 1978 Registered Professional Engineer, New York State Teaches: CE 401/501 - Fracture

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  • Clarkson Lumber Analysis

    The Clarkson Lumber case is about Mr. Clarkson seeking a loan that does not require a personal guarantee. The Northrup National Bank is in the process of investigating the Clarkson Lumber Company to whether or not to extend a line of credit of $750,000. However, Mr. Clarkson was only seeking for fewer amounts; thus, he assumed the line of credit would be an advantage to generate more profits into his company. In addition, The Clarkson Lumber Company is waiting on its approval based on its financial

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  • Leg 500

    accurate information, however, the employees should be aware their communication are being monitored. “If the employees are not informed that certain communication is being monitored, the employer may be held liable for invading their privacy” (Cross, Clarkson, Miller, Jentz, 2006, p. 684). The salesman in the video was giving the customer in accurate information which could have caused a potential lawsuit for Herman’s company. Herman is responsible for the liability of the customers and has to guarantee

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  • Clarkson Lumber

    Clarkson Lumber Company 1. Clarkson Lumber Company was founded in 1981 and is owned by Keith Clarkson. The company is a retail distributor of lumber products in the growing suburb of the Pacific Northwest. Through competitive pricing and limiting operation expenses, the company has experienced consistent growth and anticipates substantial increases in sales in the coming years. Sales fluctuate to some degree with the health of new housing construction but the company’s high percentage of sales

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