Introduction to Executive Tools for Decision Making TUI Financial Accounting ACC201 Introduction to Executive Tools for Decision Making APPLE Inc. The total amount of cash available for Apple to pay their current debts is $123.55 billion dollars in favor of assets. I derived this from Apple’s Assets $207 billion and subtracted their liabilities, which was $83.45 billion. I believe that Apple is in good shape due to the total assets the company has received. $207 – 83.45 = 123.55 billion Apple is increasing its investment in operations every year.
The net sales also increased from year 14 to year 17 ending at $7,115,112. This showed to be very profitable with trend percentages at 103.7%. A2) There are certain risks a banker might be concerned with. Over the years the advertising expenses have increased from $243,000 to $255,600. The increase in advertising can be helping with increase in net sales which has also increased from 46,520,500 in year 12 to $6,858,600 in year 14.
With this increase in sales, the company has improved its sales revenue by 3.2% from year 8. However, as with all business, expected sales does not always go according to plan. Due to increasing costs of operations, the company may think about increasing their price per bike to ensure profits. i. For instance, the company may try to increase the price of the bikes by $55/bike.
Looking at the data net sales increased over the five period from $2,097,000.00 to $5,218,007.04 increase $3,121.007. Totaling gross profit went from 816,000.00 to $2,030,469.12 increase of $1,214,469.10. In the above pro forma balance sheet, it has been established that one has assumed that current gross profit has increased in the ratio of gross profits. A reduction in any of the following selling expenses or administration expense will allow the company to retain more of its earnings and profit margin, and therefore will increase its need for external funding. The dividend disbursement rate is 25 percent of earnings, and the balance in retained earnings at the end of 2012 was $1,436,833.09.
CVS Caremark Global Expansion to United Kingdom Global Business Management Abstract CVS Corporations was founded by Sid Goldstein, Stanley Goldstein and Ralph Hoagland, May 8, 1963 in Lowell, Massachusetts. In 2007 CVS pharmacy merged with Caremark Rx which created CVS Caremark. CVS Caremark is currently the number two pharmacy store in the United States with revenues exceeded $100 billion dollars and has over 7,400 hundred stores in 42 states. The corporation has been successful for over 40 years in the United States. CVS Caremark is designing a global expansion strategy to target areas that are profitable and promising demographically.
Once again if the president’s bonus is based off of net income, this situation is the most favorable for a high paying bonus and encourages stockpiling inventory to inflate net income. b. If the sales outlook for the coming three years were to increase to 30,000,000, the newly implemented system would prove valuable to B.E. Company. If production is kept the same, the company is predicted to sell every unit produced which would avoid a stockpile of inventory and also safeguarding an extra 5,000,000 units in ending inventory in case sales go above 30,000,000.
Dick’s Sporting Goods is rapidly growing and achieving things that many people thought would be impossible. This year alone, Dick's Sporting Goods has exceeded expectations with its third-quarter results and they have also pleased their shareholders with its plans to start paying dividends. Dick’s Sporting Goods now operates more than 450 shops across 42 states, along with 81 Golf Galaxy stores in 30 states and they do not plan to stop here. Dick's third-quarter net sales rose by 9.3% from the year-earlier, to almost $1.2 billion, with the help of additional sales from 19 newly opened stores. The company's gross margins went up by 126 basis points, to 29.7%, mainly because of better inventory management and a change in the product mix and selling and administration expenses range in at $274.4 million.
Cash flow Growth: 8%. Dividend Yield: 2.90%. Dividend Growth: 9% (Alden, 2011). Coca-Cola has additionally grown offering 14 brands to the company making a profit of $1 billion or more in annual sales, the company sold $25.5 billion unit case and had revenue of $35.119 billion in 2010 (Alden, 2011). Coca-Cola has grown its’ revenue rapidly over 5 years, this brought about an important highlight for the company in between 5 years, so the company earned about 8.5% in annual revenue growth.
This has forced Tesla to raise more debt and sell more shares. Tesla has a high debt load with 2.5 billion long term debts as of March 31, 2016 compared to 1.4 billion available cash. Future growth may be reduced or delayed due to insufficient cash flows. Opportunities Model 3: Tesla recently introduced the Model 3. The Model 3 is priced at an affordable $35,000 and has received much public excitement and received rave reviews.
By 2009, L’Occitane had 1517 retail locations in more than 85 countries, of which 753 were self-owned. By 2015, it aimed to almost double its number of stores to 1,428, and needed €130 million for the same, €40 million for manufacturing facilities and €20 million for R&D. So to achieve its objectives, it needed to raise capital through IPOs like UC Rusal raised $21.5 billion in its IPO in 2010. Costs and disadvantages of doing IPO for L’Occitane: - Going public will lessen ownership share and thus, control of the owners. - L’Occitane will have to pay Underwriting fees for doing IPO. - It will have to incur legal, accounting, and marketing costs including costs associated with auditing, reporting and complying with exchange regulations.