Topic: Case Studies

Too Big to Fail: Movie Review

Some financial companies are so big and so interconnected that pulling them out of the system would lead to the collapse of the system itself. Such firms were termed Too Big To Fail. Economists believe that if the TBTF’s feel they will be insulated against pressures...

Case Study: Trading Scandal at Kidder Peabody

To cut a long story short; young man armed with an engineering degree from MIT and an MBA from Harvard Business School joins Kidder Peabody after working with Morgan Stanley and First Boston at age 33. He starts generating fabulous profits for his government bond desk...

Bankers Trust Case Study

P&G like several other profitable companies was looking at ways to hedge itself from risk. They were also looking at methods at making small gains, where possible. In case the gains turned to be losses, since they were offset by the small gains. They did this by...

2012’s Big-Name Business Court Cases

Settling matters in court can be a costly and unpredictable game, and no more so than for the business elite. According to public findings, Apple and Google spent more on legal fees in 2011 than they did on R&D.  Even the most powerful companies are unable to...

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