Receivables Exchange Receivables Sales The Receivables Exchange offers public and large private Sellers of trade receivables direct access to a broad network of institutional Buyers who purchase auctioned invoices in accordance with a regimented market protocol. box-1Public equity Rated debt, orRevenues in excess of $1 billion box-4As little as 2 days after invoice postingInvoice face value less discount fees box-0Electronic matching of Buyers and SellersEnforcement of market rules and proceduresCentralized cash management and trade clearance
Podio What is Podio? Podio, now part of Citrix Systems, is an online work platform with a new take on how everyday work gets done. Podio gives people more power than ever before to manage their work in their own way and is trusted by thousands of teams, companies and organizations worldwide. Podio users create workspaces to collaborate with specific groups of people, use an Employee Network for company-wide communication across departments and locations, and get their work done using Podio Apps. Anyone can build their own Podio Apps without any technical skills, and can choose from hundreds of readily available, free apps in Podio's App Market.
Business valuation Standard and premise of value Before the value of a business can be measured, the valuation assignment must specify the reason for and circumstances surrounding the business valuation. These are formally known as the business value standard and premise of value. The standard of value is the hypothetical conditions under which the business will be valued. The premise of value relates to the assumptions, such as assuming that the business will continue forever in its current form (going concern), or that the value of the business lies in the proceeds from the sale of all of its assets minus the related debt (sum of the parts or assemblage of business assets). There are two premises of Value
The unbundling of commercial banks Loans and Financing The small business and commercial loans market is probably the one being disrupted the quickest by technology, with a number of startups emerging to compete with banks in this space, relying on different information to underwrite loans than banks have traditionally used. To better understand this market, I’ve broken it up based on roughly the length of the financing of the startups aim to provide, into three main types: Short term credit (supply chain/working capital)Loans (generally longer term)Funding (investments into businesses) Short-term credit
10 Books Every Entrepreneur Must Read From 2010 Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? – Seth Godin There used to be two teams in every workplace: management and labor. Market capitalization The total capitalization of stock markets or economic regions may be compared to other economic indicators. The total market capitalization of all publicly traded companies in the world was US$51.2 trillion in January 2007 and rose as high as US$57.5 trillion in May 2008 before dropping below US$50 trillion in August 2008 and slightly above US$40 trillion in September 2008. Market cap terms Mega-cap: Over $200 billionLarge-cap: Over $10 billionMid-cap: $2 billion–$10 billionSmall-cap: $250 million–$2 billionMicro-cap: $50 million-$250 millionNano-cap: Below $50 million
The credit card that may stop, or at least hinder, on- and offline fraud How much do you worry about your credit card information falling into the wrong hands, either due to online security breaches or a lost or stolen card? Dynamics Inc. is a company that claims to have the solution: a credit card that generates a one-time use code every time it is used, both for online and physical transactions. The company showed off a number of credit card options here at CES, including the ability to keep a single card for multiple accounts. The secret lies in the company's innovative magnetic strip, which can be programmed in real time, and—more importantly—wiped clean just as quickly.
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Employee stock option An employee stock option (ESO) is commonly viewed as a complex call option on the common stock of a company, granted by the company to an employee as part of the employee's remuneration package. Regulators and economists have since specified that "employee stock options" is a label that refers to compensation contracts between an employer and an employee that carries some characteristics of financial options but are not in and of themselves options (that is they are "compensation contracts"). As described in the AICPA's Financial Reporting Alert on this topic, for the employer who uses ESO contracts as compensation, the contracts amount to a "short" position in the employer's equity, unless the contract is tied to some other attribute of the employer's balance sheet. To the extent the employer's position can be modeled as a type of option, it is most often modeled as a "short position in a call." Objectives Features Overview
The Full-Stack Startup Q: So what’s a full stack startup? You’ve mentioned that it’s a new, important trend, and a pattern of startups we’ve been seeing over the past couple of years. Chris Dixon: The old approach startups took was to sell or license their new technology to incumbents. The new, “full stack” approach is to build a complete, end-to-end product or service that bypasses incumbents and other competitors. A good example from big companies is Apple versus Microsoft. Preferred stock Similar to bonds, preferred stocks are rated by the major credit-rating companies. The rating for preferreds is generally lower than for bonds because preferred dividends do not carry the same guarantees as interest payments from bonds and because preferred-stock holders' claims are junior to those of all creditors. Features
Battery East Battery East Group, LLC (“BATT”) has developed a Business Continuity Plan (“BCP”) on how we will respond to events that significantly disrupt our business. Since the timing and impact of disasters and disruptions is unpredictable, we will have to be flexible in responding to actual events as they occur. With that in mind, we are providing you with this information on our business continuity plan. Contacting Us – If after a significant business disruption you cannot contact us at our main office at (415) 528-7366 or via email at email@example.com, please call our alternative number (415) 528-7301. Our Business Continuity Plan – We plan to quickly recover and resume business operations after a significant business disruption and respond by safeguarding our employees and property, making a financial and operational assessment, protecting the Firm’s books and records, and allowing our customers to transact business.
Common stock It is called "common" to distinguish it from preferred stock. If both types of stock exist, common stock holders cannot be paid dividends until all preferred stock dividends are paid in full. In the event of bankruptcy, common stock investors receive any remaining funds after bondholders, creditors (including employees), and preferred stock holders are paid. As such, common stock investors often receive nothing after a bankruptcy.