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The Fight for Control of The New England Wire & Cable Company: Other People's Money

This is a case study based on the much-heralded movie, "Other People's Money." In summary, the story is about how different parties view and pursue the same business. Imagine standing before you the statuesque, articulate and regal Mr. Andrew Jorgensen (played by Gregory Peck) and the pretentious, derisive and totally unappealing Mr. Lawrence Garfield (played by Danny DeVito). Both men make their pitches, in the competition for ownership and control of the New England Wire & Cable company.

Collection: IESE (España)
Ref: F-887-E
Format: PDF
Number of pages: 6
Publication Date: Feb 22, 2013
Language: English, Spanish
Review date: May 9, 2013

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This is a case study based on the much-heralded movie, "Other People's Money." In summary, the story is about how different parties view and pursue the same business. Imagine standing before you the statuesque, articulate and regal Mr. Andrew Jorgensen (played by Gregory Peck) and the pretentious, derisive and totally unappealing Mr. Lawrence Garfield (played by Danny DeVito). Both men make their pitches, in the competition for ownership and control of the New England Wire & Cable company.
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Year: 1991
Geographic Setting: América del Norte

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The authors have woven the pertinent issues from the story line concerning management, finance and accounting into an exciting and riveting discussion.ues from the story line concerning management, finance and accounting into an exciting and riveting discussion.

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