Capital Structure Recommendations

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Abstract
This paper shall consider three different companies, General Dynamics, Sprint and Dell, and provide recommendations on the ideal capital structure of each business.
Capital Structure Recommendations
Every company in the world must decide upon a targeted debt-to-equity structure that best fits its business and financial model. Capital structure is typically defined as the methodology and composition of long-term financing used by a company. “Debt includes loans and other types of credit that must be repaid in the future, usually with interest. Equity involves selling a partial interest in the company to investors, usually in the form of stock. In contrast to debt financing, equity financing does not involve a direct obligation to...
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