Recall the HomeNet example from the chapter. Suppose HomeNet’s lab will be housed in warehouse space that the company could have otherwise rented out for $200,000 per year during years 1–4. How does this opportunity cost affect HomeNet’s incremental earnings?

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Recall the HomeNet example from the chapter. Suppose HomeNet’s lab will be housed in warehouse space that the company could have otherwise rented out for $200,000 per year during years 1–4. How does this opportunity cost affect HomeNet’s incremental earnings?


Opportunity Cost
Opportunity cost is the profit lost when one alternative is selected over another. The Opportunity Cost refers to the expected returns from the second best alternative use of resources that are foregone due to the scarcity of resources such as land,...
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Fundamentals of Corporate Finance

2nd edition

Authors: Berk, DeMarzo, Harford

ISBN: 978-0132148238