Owen’s Precision Machining Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Owen speculated what he was committing wrong. How much extra money would he require to raise to get OPM through the following twelve months, and what could he change now to fix his business for the long term?

Owen's Precision Machining Case Study Solution

Owen's thoughts also turned to the debate he had last month with two Harvard Business School alumni who were seeking for a manufacturing business to get after spending the early part of their career in manufacturing in Lynn, MA at GE's Aircraft Engine office. Their recommendation of $1.1 million, or 6.9x times 2011 EBITDA of $159,292, was a enjoyable surprise, but Owen was not fascinated in getting out of his family's trade. Given the present cash flow scenario, should the acquisition offer be reconsidered by Owen?

PUBLICATION DATE: July 18, 2012 PRODUCT #: 813036-PDF-ENG

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