Suppose Fastest Company, a new start-up firm, initially has $50 million in common equity and its common shareholders require or expect a return of 14 percent on this investment.

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Suppose Fastest Company, a new start-up firm, initially has $50 million in common equity and its common shareholders require or expect a return of 14 percent on this investment.

Suppose Fastest Company, a new start-up firm, initially has $50 million in common equity and its common shareholders require or expect a return of 14 percent on this investment. After the first year, Fastest Company makes an after-tax profit of $6 million (assume for now that Fastest Company does not have any preferred shares). How satisfied would the common shareholders be with the profit?

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