Accounting for Growth: Stripping the Camouflage from Company Accounts

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Century Business, 1992 - Accounting - 226 pages
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Contents

How could it happen?
7
The 1980s decade of the deal
15
The preacquisition writedown
22
Copyright

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Dodie (Dorothy) Smith was born in 1896 in Northern England. Although she studied drama, she turned her talents to writing, successfully submitting a screenplay to a silent movie company and writing the script for "Autumn Crocus," which opened in 1931 to rave reviews. In 1934, Dodie's husband Alec brought home a Dalmatian puppy named Pongo, a gift that would eventually inspire her to write on of the greatest works of literature today.

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