Case | HBS Case Collection | February 2004

Bradman and Tendulkar, LLC

by Ananth Raman and Vishal Gaur

Abstract

An investment firm is trying to project inventory turns for Radio Shack, a chain of consumer electronics stores. The investment firm has access to public financial data but not to internal operational metrics. It needs to project inventory turns because inventory impacts cash flow, which affects valuation.

Keywords: Forecasting and Prediction; Cash Flow; Demand and Consumers; Distribution Channels; Mathematical Methods; Valuation;

Citation:

Raman, Ananth, and Vishal Gaur. "Bradman and Tendulkar, LLC." Harvard Business School Case 604-085, February 2004.