How partnerships can be used to best advantage in structuring joint ventures
A study was conducted to examine the impact of partnerships in developing joint venture agreements. It is shown that when corporations plan a joint business venture, a partnership is often selected as a medium by which the joint enterprise is to be conducted. Partnerships are generally preferred over corporations because they offer greater business flexibility and reduce tax costs.
Publication Name: Journal of Partnership Taxation
Digestibility and asymmetric information in the choice between acquisitions and joint ventures: Where's the beef?
The authors discuss their study findings that joint ventures are less likely to occur when the parent firm belongs to a different industry. Topics include the complementary nature of the information asymmetry and indigestibility hypotheses.
Publication Name: Strategic Management Journal
Triarc securitizes roast beef
The circumstances behind the issue of securities worth $290 million by Triarc Companies, owners of the roast beef restaurant chain Arby's, are discussed, with focus on the popularity of the issue.
Publication Name: Treasury & Risk Management
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