By Eugene F. Brigham
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How is it possible for such companies to grow into the giants we see today? No two companies develop in exactly the same way, but the following sections describe some typical stages in the corporate life cycle. Starting Up as a Proprietorship Many companies begin as a proprietorship, which is an unincorporated business owned by one individual. Starting a business as a proprietor is easy—one merely begins business operations after obtaining any required city or state business licenses. The proprietorship has three important advantages: (1) it is easily and inexpensively 6 Part 1: Fundamental Concepts of Corporate Finance Columbus Was Wrong—the World Is Flat!
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These superior returns are due to superior cash flow generation. But, as you will see throughout this book, a company can generate cash flow only if it also creates value for its customers, employees, and suppliers. 3 4 Part 1: Fundamental Concepts of Corporate Finance resource The textbook’s Web site has tools for teaching, learning, and conducting financial research. This chapter should give you an idea of what financial management is all about, including an overview of the financial markets in which corporations operate.