The Journal of Corporate Renewal
EVA and Turnarounds
EVA (economic value added) is the framework for a complete financial management and incentive compensation system that can guide every decision a company makes, from the boardroom to the shop floor.
The Role of Information Technology in Workouts and Turnarounds
A solid Information Technology (IT) system can make the diference between a company that survives and one that doesn't. This article explains the basic components of IT systems, how they can affect turnarounds and workouts and the pitfalls to avoid.
Cleansing Bankruptcy Acquisitions of Successor Liability:
This is the third of a three-part series on the problem of successor liability in buying businesses and assets out of bankruptcy. This article focuses on how the successor liability problem is dealt with in sales under confirmed Chapter 11 plans.
The Future of the Automobile
What can be done to foster the economic development of alternative fuel vehicles and let the consumer make sound economic decisions? Energy consultant Dr. Anthony J. Finizza discusses the economic future of the automobile.
In Re Direct Transit: An Examination of Liquidated Damages
In a recent case, the U.S. Bankruptcy Appellate Panel for the Eighth Circuit examined the question of what constitutes enforceable liquidated damages for purposes of both state law and the Bankruptcy Code. This case provides a good review and analysis of what type of liquidated damages courts are likely to enforce.