### What did gary and the others do wrong

Assignment Help Operation Management
##### Reference no: EM13780503

Joe is employed as a Senior Vice President at a successful company in Pennsylvania. During a staff meeting, the company's CEO announced some very good news to Joe and the other high-level company executives -- the company was going to acquire one of its competitors, G Company, via the tender offer (takeover & merger) process. The company's general counsel then did what corporate attorneys often do: he reminded the executives that this news was not yet public information and to treat it as confidential.

That night, Joe received a call from his childhood friend and golfing buddy, Gary, who lived in New York. During that conversation, Joe told Gary that his company was going to acquire G Company. The next day, Gary spread the news among six of his friends. Each immediately began buying stock in Joe's company. Each sold his stock a week later when the pending merger of the two companies was publicly announced. Each made a handsome profit on the sale because the stock price jumped after announcement of the merger. Collectively the group made over \$275,000.

Answer the following questions in the space provided below:

1.  What did Joe do wrong?

2. What did Gary and the others do wrong?

3. What penalties should be imposed on Joe, Gary, and the others?

#### Changed healthcare delivery on both macro and micro levels

Analyze how each has changed healthcare delivery on both the macro and micro levels. Provide specific examples of how both macro and micro impact /changes: Emerging health car

#### Connections with mutually beneficial business contacts

Whenever you submit your résumé to an employer, you should include an application letter to. Using networking to make informal connections with mutually beneficial business co

#### Overloaded with work and cannot cope

Fobert complains to Selena, his co-worker that he is overloaded with work and cannot cope. Selena responds that the work he has is nothing compared to hers. She tells him that

#### Find the optimal order quantity and annual cost

A plant purchases 150,000 units of an electrical component per year. The fixed ordering cost is \$60. The unit cost is \$0.25 if ordered in quantities less than 1000, \$0.24 if o

#### The fda claims it has the right to classify new products

The FDA claims it has the right to classify new products as drugs and prevent their distribution until their safety is determined and approved for sale on the open market. D

#### Starbucks biggest growth is in its international segment

Starbucks biggest growth is in its International segment. Under Starbucks international strategy, it should transfer its core competencies and capabilities country to country.

#### What is informal communication explain its different channel

Define Q2 a Financial statement B ratio analysis C income statement Chapter 15 Q3 What is formal communication different channels of formal communication Q4 What is informal c

#### Exclusive remedy from the arbitration clauses

How does the Supreme Court distinguish this exclusive remedy from the arbitration clauses in Gardner-Denver Barrentine, and McDonald cases? Why does the Court find that arbitr