Its average sales per day were $ 668.49 during 2008 and its average collection period was 99 days. This represented an improvement from the average collection period of 105 days in 2005. 3. SciTronics apparently needed $ 29,000 of inventory at year-end 2008 to support its operations during 2008. Its activity during 2008 as measured by the cost of goods sold was $ 74,000.
| Math 103 Final Project – Parts 1, 2, and 3 | | | Math 103 Instructor: Toni Robertson December 11, 2010 Math 103 Instructor: Toni Robertson December 11, 2010 Part 1: 1a. What is the shortest loan (36 months, 48 months, 60 months or 72 months) that has a monthly payment within your $500 budget that will allow you to buy the $15,000 car? Answer: Through Bank of America, I found a rate of 2.99% for the 36, 48 and 60 month loans. We are able to put down 20% and will need to finance $12,000. The shortest loan period for the $15,000 car that would be under our $500 limit is the 36 month loan at a rate of $348.93 per month.
In 2008 Under Armours net revenue was $32,856, in 2009 it was $48, 391, and in 2010 it was $66,111. If the company follows this trend its profits are simply going to rise. Political/Legal The political and legal environment of Under Armour is greatly reliant and influenced by Planks usage of “authenticity” to grow as a brand. Being an original and genuine brand, Under Armour went public in 2005, seeking to sell as much as $100 million in shares of common stock. After it went public in 2006, Under Armour invested in a new SAP system.
If sales outlook for the coming three years increases to 40,000,000, the recent increase in production will actually help B.E. company in transitioning to maximum production capacity. In this case, there are two options for the company; produce 35,000,000 in 2011 and use the 5,000,000 units in ending inventory to satisfy the total sales outlook then increasing production to the maximum of 40,000,000 units in the next two years or increase production to 40,000,000 units in the next three years and keep the extra 5,000,000 sitting in ending inventory. With either option, B.E. Company’s net income will increase tremendously due to a substantial increase in sales and very little inventory left in ending
Sure enough, by the last half of 2003, Chemalite, Inc. did indeed go into full operation with sales of $754,500 (Wilson, 2008)). This ability to generate sales early is important because Alexander estimates competition within about five years (Wilson, 2008). Additionally, Chemalite, Inc. has a firm order with the organizing committee of the 2004 Olympic Games for 60,000 chemalites at $1.50 each (Wilson, 2008). This will increase sales by $90,000. Chemalite, Inc.’s machinery used to produce chemalites in general-purpose machinery that might reasonably be expected to last for 10 years (Wilson, 2008).
Week Two - Company Research Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement store, and only trails Wal-Mart as the U.S’s second largest retailer. In 2011, The Home Depot had sales of $70.4 billion with earnings of $3.9 billion, of which, 89% was from inside the United States, according to the 2011 Annual Report (2011). Home Depot’s international presence is made up of more than 2,255 locations worldwide including some in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China. According to the 2011 Annual report, Home Depot’s sales outside of the U.S. showed positive growth where for FY 2011, 2010 and 2009 sales were respectively $8.0 billion, $7.5 billion and $7.0 billion. The ease of which I was able to find this type of information was one of the reasons I
Deere & Company wants to improve the design and manufacturing of the skid-steer loader with order winning criteria such as improved product features, product range, delivery and price. Deere & Company is going to invest $35 million for building a new design, manufacturing and marketing facility in Knoxville, TN. The goal is to produce an improved skid-steer loader that is 20% lower in price than their best competition by August 1998. Criterion that Scott Nolan should use to screen suppliers that are going to be considered to be
The $50 million project, although would double the company’s debt, but would also greatly increase its customer concentration. Q2. HPL had not initiated a project of such ($50 million) magnitude in over a decade. The expansion of the business will have a significant impact in the company. We can consider three metrics to analyze it: long-term debt, revenue and book value.
The first thing an analyst may look at is Kodak’s sales and operating costs. Kodak income statement shows an increase in sales since 2002 and its operating costs show about a 15 percent increase between 2002 and 2003. Looking at this point of Kodak’s income statement an analyst may consider Kodak to be somewhat profitable but because of Kodak’s increase in operating cost an analyst would dig deeper as to what was the cause of Kodak’s operating cost increase. The increase in operating cost between 2002 and 2003 seems rather large considering Kodak only increased its sales by almost 3 percent. Taking a further look, an analyst might have some concerns when looking over Kodak’s account payables and liabilities.
This Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) stock is expected to report 180% year-over-year growth in earnings per share (EPS) in full-year 2016, based on the Zacks Consensus Estimate of 12 cents. Arotech has a price-to-cash flow (P/CF) ratio of 7.22, lower than the industry average of 9.07. Its Debt/Equity ratio is a solid 0.21, meaning it has less debt to equity and matching the industry average as well. Johnson Controls, Inc (JCI - Analyst Report) is a global market leader in automotive systems and facility management and control. In the automotive market, it is a major supplier of seating and interior systems, and batteries.