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Please use your own words when completing the homework assignments. (Turnitin)

Minimum Word Requirements

:

You need to write at least 200 words per each case

(not 200 words per question of each case), with a minimum of

400 words in total

.

Unless otherwise indicated, the homework assignments include answering the opening and
closing case questions from the textbook and creating good multiple choice questions with
four answer choices based on the cases (1 question per each case, 2 questions in
total/include the answers).
Opening Case: Apple’s Earnings Hit by Strong Dollar
QUESTION 1: Although Apple’s general business model appears strong, what risks have
resulted due to currency fluctuations in the global exchange market?
QUESTION 2: What are the drivers behind the increased value of the U.S. dollar? Is it
something that Apple can control? Explain your answer.
Closing Case: Subaru’s Sales Boom Thanks to the Weaker Yen
QUESTION 1: Why was Subaru’s manufacturing strategy of remaining mostly in Japan seen
as a liability in 2012?
QUESTION 2: Explain how this liability became an asset as the Japanese yen began to
depreciate versus the U.S. dollar.
Unless otherwise indicated, the homework assignments include answering the opening and
closing case questions from the textbook and creating good multiple choice questions with
four answer choices based on the cases (1 question per each case, 2 questions in
total/include the answers).
Opening Case: Apple’s Earnings Hit by Strong Dollar
QUESTION 1: Although Apple’s general business model appears strong, what risks have
resulted due to currency fluctuations in the global exchange market?
QUESTION 2: What are the drivers behind the increased value of the U.S. dollar? Is it
something that Apple can control? Explain your answer.
Closing Case: Subaru’s Sales Boom Thanks to the Weaker Yen
QUESTION 1: Why was Subaru’s manufacturing strategy of remaining mostly in Japan seen
as a liability in 2012?
QUESTION 2: Explain how this liability became an asset as the Japanese yen began to
depreciate versus the U.S. dollar.

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