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(3rd Edition) book. And the case study for this assignment is the Berkshire Industries PLC case on page Berkshire Industries PLC Berkshire Industries, PLC is a company that consisted of four different divisions.
It is a decentralized company, where each department had a considerable degree of autonomy.
Berkshire Industries PLC Case Study Assignment Questions: Question #1: Berkshire’s motivation for a new incentive system was reasonable and it came from two main concerns: The first was that the board was concerned that Berkshire managers’ interests were not aligned with those of shareowners.
The board members were particularly concerned that EPS was not a good measure since growth in EPS 88%(8). Accounting: Text and Cases 12e – Instructor’s Manual Anthony/Hawkins/Merchant 18 Case Berkshire Industries PLC* Note: This case is unchanged from the Eleventh Edition.
Purpose of Case The Berkshire Industries PLC case was written to illustrate the use of “economic profit” in a performance measurement system. Berkshire Industries PLC. The Company Founded in as a brewery serving local pubs.
Medium sized publicly held corporation focused on beverages and snack foods industry. Listed on London Stock Exchange Headquarters-Manchester,England. Berkshire Hathaway is a company that is involved in many different industries.
They have holdings in many major companies and also have stockholdings in and own many subsidiaries.Download