Cases in Financial Reporting: An Integrated Approach with an Emphasis on Earnings and Persistence
For intermediate and financial accounting courses at the MBA and undergraduate level, or a supplement to financial statement analysis texts. This collection of financial accounting cases is designed to help students become financial statement users. Each case utilizes financial statement information (balance sheet, income statement, statement of cash flow and/or footnotes) and a number of topical questions. Students use the financial statement information to infer and interpret the economic events underlying the numbers. Related articles taken from business publications accompany some cases, and information from the articles is incorporated into the case question material. Also available the Pearson Custom Case Program.
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BasicsInterpretation and Preparation of Financial Statements
NikeBasic Ratio Analysis
ToolsDiscounted Cash Flow
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D. Eric Hirst,Mary Lea McAnally
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