HRM 600 Week 1 dq1-The Metrics Challenge Intangible Assets
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Baruch Levy of NYU defines "Intangible Assets" as "a claim to future benefits that does not have a physical or financial (a stock or a bond) embodiment." What are some of the more obvious forms of intangible assets? What are some of the more subtle forms of intangible assets? Do you think the intangible assets of your firm have value? Why or why not? Comment on some of your classmates' insights as well as providing your own.