A group of investors is considering buying the Wheelwright Corporation, but does not want to contribute to the companys financial
A group of investors is considering buying the Wheelwright Corporation, but does not want to contribute to the company€™s financial support after the purchase. Wheelwright€™s management has offered the following financial statements covering last year ($M omitted):
Wheelwright paid no dividends and sold no new stock during the year. The firm€™s tax rate is 30%.
a. Develop Wheelwright€™s free cash flow and make a recommendation as to whether it seems to be an appropriate acquisition for the investors.
b. Assume that the investors will purchase the company subject to its existing debt ($59M). Does that change your recommendation?
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