John grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah. In addition to his Strategy degree, he is also completing minors in statistics and economics. John hopes to bring a uniquely down-to-earth, data driven, as well as big-picture perspective to problem solving and analysis. In his spare time, John also loves exploring mountain peaks, cooking exotic foods, and mastering Chopin etudes. He plans to join LEK Consulting in Houston after graduation.
Posts Authored by John Baadsgaard
Many companies don’t state that they will offer dividends in their initial public offering, but do soon after. This article describes why and when companies engage in a payout initiation post-IPO.
A host of laws and regulations directly and indirectly govern the various cybersecurity requirements for any given business. Understanding how these laws and regulations impact a company’s need for security will help firms avoid costly lawsuits, loss of public trust…
Almost half of the small cap companies that go public are no longer public five years later. This article explains what can happen to public companies after the IPO, including the circumstances where companies may be delisted, or choose to deregister with the SEC.