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Operating Cash Flow & Executive Compensation

Operating Cash Flow & Executive Compensation

Operating Cash Flow growth is a meaningful metric. We believe it should be factored into executive compensation models. Operating Cash Flow matters. Public companies factor annual Revenue growth and EBITDA (Earnings Before Interest Taxes Depreciation and Amortization), or "Adjusted" EBITDA growth into executive compensation plans. We recommend adding Operating Cash Flow ("OCF") growth to the … Continue reading Operating Cash Flow & Executive Compensation

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Uber: Little IP & Less Profitability than Meets the Eye

Uber: Little IP & Less Profitability than Meets the Eye

If you read these pages or listen to our TEK2day Podcast you know we avoid companies with little in the way of defensible intellectual property ("IP") or a sustainable competitive advantage. We have consistently articulated this sentiment about Uber for the past several years. Further, Uber has less operating leverage than one may conclude after … Continue reading Uber: Little IP & Less Profitability than Meets the Eye