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ACC Reading No. 12: Accounting for Liabilities

This technical note discusses accounting for liabilities, including leases and pensions. Numerous excerpts from corporate annual reports are presented. ...

Amex Wroc

This case describes the processing of charge transactions and is used to calculate volumes of data, processing times, and key entry. ...

An Overview of Financial Statement Analysis: The Mechanics

On September 20, 2000, Jonathan Weill, a Wall Street Journal reporter in Dallas, Texas, published a piece questioning the profitability and accounting of Enron Corporation. He based his article on a s ...

Better Buy, Inc.

This case pertains to one of the most important topics in financial accounting and reporting: revenue recognition. It is intended for use in a required MBA financial accounting course or in an MBA ele ...

Breeden Security, Inc. (A)

Breeden Electronics USA is a start-up division of a German company. It plans to produce two products, both electronic signaling devices. Herman Klein, the division president, has asked his controller, ...

Brown-Forman: Profiting on Corporate Computing

Brown-Forman installed a profit-center control system for its information services department (IS) in 1991. The results were dramatic: costs were flattened, backlogs disappeared, and cooperation impro ...

Business to Business on the Web: Buying and Selling

This technical note discusses business-to-business electronic commerce, especially buy-side and sell-side applications in the supply chain. ...

BW Manufacturing Company

A small manufacturer of gas grills is making final changes to its 2009 operating budget and considering several changes in pricing, advertising, and product availability. This short case addresses the ...

Cash Flow at Staples

In 2007 STAPLES, Inc., was the world's largest office products company, operating over 1,900 office superstores throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia. It employed 74,000 people and reco ...

Data Services at Armistead

Data Services provides flexible, scalable data processing and information storage to the fast-food industry. Sales have grown steadily, but the company has operated at a loss since its founding five y ...

Dell Computer: Business to Business Over the Web

Six years after dropping out of college to focus on his own business reselling PCs and preformatting PC hard disks, Michael Dell had grown his company's annual sales to more than $500 million. Dell Co ...

Dell Computer: Business to Business Over the Web in 2001

Dell Computer: Business to Business Over the Web (UVA-C-2144) describes the Dell business model and its adaptation to the Web in detail. This second case provides an update through March 2001 and cont ...
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