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Subject: Enterprise "Value"? Date: 5/3/2006 11:00 AM
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If you paid $52 billion for Disney, you would actually end up with a total bill of $63 billion, because the company comes with a lot of debt. The enterprise value reminds all investors, large and small, that debt is a cost to the business.

So lots of debt makes the Enterprise value higher? Isn't it more like Enterprise Cost?
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