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shared values

General Management

firm's important guiding principles the guiding principles of an organization, espoused by senior management, and accepted by employees, often reflected in the mission statement of the organization. Core values often influence the culture of an organization and are usually long-standing beliefs.

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    The value-based management movement is based on two assumptions. The first is that the main aim of any business in a market economy is to maximize shareholder value. The second is that markets are too competitive for companies to create such value by accident. They must plan for it. And that means
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    Even though share repurchasing is not an investment, it may be the best use of corporate cash from the point of view of the present investors. This may be the case if the present stock price is below the intrinsic value of the shares.
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Definitions of ’shared values’ and meaning of ’shared values’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’shared values’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.

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