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The PCCW going private saga : what is a fair deal?Issues in Accounting Education
Document TypeJournal article
PublisherAmerican Accounting Association
- Going private; buyout; firm value; business ethics; minority shareholder protection; PCCW
AbstractThis instructional case discusses the process and maneuvers of a going private scheme in which the controlling shareholders of Pacific Century CyberWorks (PCCW) proposed to buy out all the shares of the minority shareholders and to then delist the company. The case highlights the importance of applying accounting knowledge in evaluating the value of a company. It also exposes students to the real-world ethical issues relating to vote manipulation and minority shareholder protection in the voting process of a going private deal.
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Citation InformationCheng, S. L. S. (2013). The PCCW going private saga: What is a fair deal? Issues in Accounting Education, 28(1), 93-114. doi: 10.2308/iace-50299