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Will increasing invested capital to take advantage of projects with positive NPV increase EVA or NOPAT?

Yes, both.

Increasing invested capital to take advantage of positive NPV projects will increase NOPAT and the dollar cost of capital $WACC. Because NPV is positive the increase in NOPAT will be larger than the increase in $WACC so EVA will increase.

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Make Every Vote Count!

It’s time to contact your Oregon legislators about supporting SB 823, the “National Popular Vote” (NPV) bill.

Contact your own state legislators and also Oregon’s senate president Peter Courtney. 142 more words


The Real Cost of Lifestyle Altruism

A one way flight from New York to Mumbai costs about Rs. 51,727, or $773.95. Volunteering American students coming to India to work with underprivileged children spend about Rs.700 daily in India during and towards their stay–not including discretionary expenses like shopping, tourist visits, and other recreation. 263 more words

What information is relevant when deciding whether to laser tattoo fruits and vegetables instead of using paper or plastic stickers?

Every piece of fruit and vegetables sold in U.S. grocery stores has a small sticker on it. These stickers include food type, origin, and whether it was grown organically. 321 more words

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แฉหมดเปลือก! เทคนิควิเคราะห์ Feasibility Study แบบมือโปร

“อยากทำ Feasibility Study เป็น ต้องใช้ความรู้อะไรบ้างครับ?”


ในฐานะที่มีประสบการณ์ทำ Project Feasibility มาบ้าง ขอตอบด้วยบทความนี้ครับ ^__^ 294 more words

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4 Gotcha's in Risk Analysis for Big Data Initiatives

Evaluating risk vs. return of a big data initiative can be tricky, especially because the open source market is so active and fluid. Financial risk aside, business risk actually plays the bigger spoiler in properly estimating future cash flows and profitability of a big data project. 585 more words

Risk Management

What information and tools would Delta Air have used when it decided to invest in an RFID-based luggage tracking system for preventing lost bags?

On average, it costs an airline $70 to get a lost bag back to its owner. The airline industry as a whole lost $2.3 billion to mishandled luggage in 2015. 363 more words

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