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1. The following performance data of P&G pertains to the past three years:
(millions) 2003 2002 2001
Sales 51,407 43,377 40,238
Cost of Goods Sold 25,076 22,141 20,989
Net Income 6,481 5,186 4,352
Assets 57,048 43,906 40,776
Equity 17,278 16,186 13,706
Operating Cash Flow 9,362 8,700 7,743
Investment Cash Flow -9,391 -1,507 -6,835
Financing Cash Flow -368 -5,095 197

Calculate profit, debt, and asset turnover ratios and evaluate cash flows.

2. Go to www.pg.com and calculate the liquidity, efficiency, debt, and profitability ratios for P&G for the past 4 to 5 years.
In addition, develop a Dupont System analysis for the company. Assess P&G's cash and debt management effectiveness. Further, assess P&G's profitability trend and make a projection of the next year's profit level justifying the appropriateness of your projection.

3. In the fiscal year of 2003, Southwest Airlines projected profitability for the 31st consecutive year.
The company reports assets of $9,878 million, flight equipment of $8,646 million, depreciation of $3,107 million, cash of $1,865 million, equity of $5,052 million, and net income of $442 million.
Evaluate whether Southwest Airlines is financially attractive to prospective employees.

4. Go to www.southwest.com/investor_relations and review Southwest Airlines' annual company statement for the years of analysis.
Comment on what Southwest Airlines sought to accomplish for its stakeholders.
Comment on Southwest Airlines' actions with respect to employees and customers.
Comment on what Southwest Airlines achieved each year in the area of corporate governance.

5. Go to www.amazon.com and comment on Amazon's competitive position in its industry segment. Note whether it is gaining or losing ground or remaining stable.
Recommend whether or not to invest in Amazon and explain your reasons.
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
thanks
I am working on these questions. Is it ok if I complete them by tomorrow?

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Chris
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
yes, it ok
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Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Hi Chris,

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Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Hi Chris, 2001, 2002, 2003 are wrong can you make the changes

 

The following performance data of P&G pertains to the past three years:

(millions)

2004

2003

2002

Sales

51,407

43,377

40,238

Cost of Goods Sold

25,076

22,141

20,989

Net Income

6,481

5,186

4,352

Assets

57,048

43,906

40,776

Equity

17,278

16,186

13,706

Operating Cash Flow

9,362

8,700

7,743

Investment Cash Flow

-9,391

-1,507

-6,835

Financing Cash Flow

-368

-5,095

197

Calculate profit, debt, and asset turnover ratios and evaluate cash flows.

Customer: replied 5 years ago.
chris need this ASAP Please
I was out of town for three days, so I could not see your post. What changes do you need? In your original post, the data was shown for 2001, 2002, and 2003, but in your new post, the same data is shown for 2002, 2003, and 2004?

Regards,
Chris
Customer: replied 5 years ago.
don't need that now thank you so much
Ok.

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