Case | HBS Case Collection | April 2006 (Revised November 2006)


by Robin Greenwood and Michael Schor


The president of Fuji Television must decide how to respond to a competing bid for the shares of Nippon Broadcasting Systems (NBS). Livedoor, the other bidder, is a highly valued Internet company that has been accused of financial wizardry to keep its stock price high.

Keywords: Stock Shares; Internet; Ethics; Television Entertainment; Behavioral Finance; Corporate Finance; Media and Broadcasting Industry; Japan;


Greenwood, Robin, and Michael Schor. "Livedoor." Harvard Business School Case 206-138, April 2006. (Revised November 2006.)