- Valuation of global IPOs: a stochastic frontier approach. Chan, Yue-Cheong; Wu, Congsheng; Kwok, Chuck // Review of Quantitative Finance & Accounting;Oct2007, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p267
This paper studies the impact of global offerings on US IPO firmsâ€™ offer price using the stochastic frontier approach. We find that the offer price valuation efficiency for global IPOs exceeds that of IPOs with purely domestic offers by 3.1%. In particular, the global offering approach is...
- Easing of border controls may revolutionize travel. Clegg, Harry // Hotel & Motel Management;4/24/95, Vol. 210 Issue 7, p4
Reports on the formation of the Schengen Convention, a travel agreement made by seven European countries in Brussels, Belgium. Agreement of countries on imposition of border controls for people traveling between them; Stimulation of travel in Europe; Accessibility of border crossing.
- Industry comes out ahead as Congress adjourns. Leiser, Roland; Edleson, Harriet // Travel Agent;10/17/94, Vol. 273 Issue 1, p2
Focuses on the impact of the 103rd Congress on the travel industry in terms of bills passed and defeated. Extension of visa-waiver law; National Airline Commission to Ensure a Strong Competitive Airline Industry; Amendment of travelers' protection in the crime bill; Mixed results in other...
- Calif. Sellers of Travel Law controversy focuses on... Gould, Lark Ellen // Travel Agent;4/15/96, Vol. 279 Issue 7, p6
Reports that the California Sellers of Law controversy focuses on a the California Restitution Corporation fund, which was set up to protect consumers from bankruptcy. Proposal by Assemblyman Peter Frusetta; Effective request from the Sellers of Travel Law; Requirements of assessments and...
- Deadline nears for action on California sellers of travel law. Edleson, Harriet // Travel Agent;5/20/96, Vol. 280 Issue 12, p8
Focuses on a bill (SB 1358) which was passed in the California Assembly in 1996, that could save travel sellers in the state $110 per location. Response of Pete Wilson, governor to the bill; Reason for the creation of the restitution fund; Proposal by the travel Consumer Restitution Corp....
- Business groups want Cuba vote in the lame-duck. Bogardus, Kevin // Hill;10/6/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 110, p12
The article reports on the hope of a number of business associations that the bill which could lift the U.S. travel ban to Cuba will be passed and signed into law in 2010.
- Crossing the Border. // Travel Agent;10/11/2010, Vol. 337 Issue 7, Special section p10
The article focuses on Canadian travel regulations with emphasis on the significance of travel documents, such as a passport card, needed to gain entry to the country.
- Ombudsman. Reddy, Ben; Wheeler, Mary Jane // Conde Nast Traveler;Apr96, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p72
Presents a segment that relates to solving legal travel problems. Cargo charges for the importation of frogs; Dinner seating on cruise liners; Credit cards pick pockets in Paris; Other legal travel stories. INSET: Consumer alert..
- Burma travel advice. // Travel Daily;10/17/2013, p4
The article focuses on the revised travel advisory for Burma which was issued by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) on October 16, 2013.