Nefficient Markets and Corporate Decisions Consider the

Nefficient Markets and Corporate Decisions
Consider the comments of Brian Walker, the president of Herman-Miller North America, who was quoted in the chapter as having said: ‘For dotcoms, it appears that the market has implicitly capitalized a lot of those costs The market views their negative earnings as investments in the future 
It’s more difficult for a traditional Old Economy company trying to participate in the New Economy, because when it affects my earnings, it’s more difficult for Wall Street to say, ‘We’ll give you a break on this‘ Discuss Walker’s remark in the context of the concept of Inefficient Markets and Corporate Decisions