Hello Jing, This is a nice example of how you can use the "Expected value" theory. Let me try to clarify the solution: The value of a successfull candidate drug is 1.2 B$ What is the expe... (read entire answer)

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Anonymous, Case questions will obviously depend on the interviewer and the group you are trying to join. When I looked st the credit card side for example, I was given credit card related questions... (read entire answer)

Payback period = investment costs / cash flow per year (revenue-costs) = how many years you need to get back what you invested Break-even in years = fixed costs = (revenues - variable costs) = at w... (read entire answer)

1) When you think about it, any part of the equation could be solved for...so just remember to be flexible :)Break even quantity = Fixed costs / (Sales price per unit – Variable cost per unit) So,... (read entire answer)

Hello Ashley , Your point is fair and the interviewer would be happy to see that a candidate has such a critical reasoning. In this case considering the depreciation as a fixed cost in the case... (read entire answer)

Hi, BE(0) = (Price - Variable costs)*Qty - Fixed costs So you need to plug in VC, FC, and quantity of units sold. Best

HI, that's pretty direct : 1. Evaluate the cost (fixed and variable) to build and run the mall. Probably function of the number of square meter built 2. Evaluate the revenue model. In case of a mal... (read entire answer)

I think accounting break-even is enough because lots of candidates are from non-business background and may not know NPV, WACC, etc, and the interviewers know. They probably will not trick on this. Ho... (read entire answer)