Case Analysis about one episodes of CNBC's The Profit from season 4

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You are to select one episodes of CNBC's The Profit from season 4. The following episodes are approved for your case analysis - # 1 thru 10. you can find this video from Youtube, and it will charge you 2 dollars.

For this paper please follow the rubric which I uploaded, make sure meet the requirements from the rubric's content. Rubric is really important.

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Case Study Rubric Category Documenting and Formatting Points 30 % 20% Biblical References 20 14% Content 100 66% Total 150/150 100% Description The deliverables should be formatted correctly as a business document and should use APA formatting for cited sources. Font: Times New Roman 12pt, 45 pages. Spelling and grammar must be accurate. The deliverables should be contained biblical references that support the strategies or concepts used in developing your case study. Minimum of three (3) references. Content should address the required deliverable in sufficient details. The case study needs to correspond to concepts discussed in class: What is the strategic management approach, in resolving the issues within the organization. Discuss the 3 Ps. What tools were used in conducting the analysis? These are only a few examples that need to be included in your case studies. Your content should be detailed and clearly demonstrate you have a solid understanding of the course material. A quality paper will meet or exceed all of the above requirements ...
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The Profit Season 4 Episode 1 Analysis
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The Profit Season 4 Episode 1 Analysis
The fourth episode begins with a quest to revive Farell’s restaurant chain that did not
turn out as profitable as the two business partners had anticipated it would turn out to be. The
owners Mike and Paul bought the restaurant chain because they had beautiful memories of
their childhood when they ate with their families at the chain store. Paul is the Chief
Operating Officer while Mike is the Chief Executive Officer. Their business plan fails
miserably; the restaurant is highly in debt and has too many locations that sprung up a tad too
fast. Marcus Lemonis offers Farell’s owners capital investment worth $750 000 and expertise
in exchange for a 51 percent stake at the company. The owners take the deal and watch as
Marcus initial move is to improve the quality of Farell’s ice cream. The changes Marcus’
brings include improving the diversity of the menu and reducing the costs of food at the
restaurant (Kotler, 2011).
Marcus actually discovers that the restaurant is in an extra $200 000 debts than
previously stated. Marcus’ team decides that the best decision to make is to shut down the
most poorly performing food store restaurants. These poorly performing restaurant were
dragging performance down and had to be shut down so as to facilitate a complete overhaul.
Farell’s chain had failed in offering a unique selling pro...

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