Wednesday, 11 March 2015

Assignment 2: You Are an Investment Analyst

Assignment 2: You Are an Investment Analyst

Pepsi Vs Coca-Cola Company

Coca-cola Company Profile

The coca-cola company was established in the year 1919 as a beverage producing company. This company licenses and owns approximately 500 non-alcoholic beverages. They primarily produce sparkling beverages but they also produced some still beverages such as waters, juices, coffee and teas that are ready to drink among other famous non-alcoholic drinks. Some of the sparkling beverages are Coca-cola, Fanta, Sprite, and Diet coke. The segments of the coca-cola company are: Europe, Eurasia and Africa, Latin America, Pacific, North America, Corporate, and Bottling Investments (Pham, 2012).

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Monday, 9 March 2015

Assignment 2: You are an Entrepreneur

Assignment 2: You Are an Entrepreneur

Type of Business Created

The Service and General Staffing Plan The business that I have created is involved health and fitness services. It emanates from my hobby of body building. I have been involved in body building for a longer period of time, and it would be prudent to convert the hobby into a profit making entity. This business will offer body fitness and health services at a lower price to a low income market, which is untapped in my locality. The vision of this business is to provide quality fitness and health programs; thus, promoting a health society.

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Wednesday, 4 March 2015

ACC 557 Week 10 Discussion: Financial Analyst Skills

Financial Analyst Skills" Please respond to the following:
Based on the information presented in the e-Activity, recommend the skills that are required to be a successful Financial Analyst, indicating how the role of a Financial Analyst adds value to a company. Provide support for your answer.
Assess the key ratios used by Financial Analyst to evaluate the financial performance of company, indicating the ratio that you believe to be most indicative of future performance. Provide support for your rationale.

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ACC 557 Week 9 Discussion: Cash Flow Reporting

Cash Flow Reporting" Please respond to the following
Given the complexities related to preparing and interpreting the statement of cash flow, evaluate the current requirement under GAAP and IFRS, indicating improvements that you would make to each method’s requirement to better serve the users of the information. Provide a rationale for your changes.
Analyze the impact of erroneous classifications in the Operating Activities section of the statement of cash flows, detailing how the distortion can impact the decisions made by financial statement users. Suggest how these errors may be minimized.

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Tuesday, 3 March 2015

MKT 500 Assignment 3: Part C: Your Marketing Plan

Assignment 3: Part C: Marketing Plan

1. Develop the company's branding, pricing, and distribution strategy.

Branding Strategy Fresh Drinks Company serves various customers in the international market. The focus on preparation of non-carbonated drinks made the company develop branding, pricing and distribution strategies that helped meet its goals and objectives. Not only is the recognition of the enterprise in the market the only branding strategy, but also the experience of existing clients plays an important part in the branding strategies of the company. The brand of a corporation is used in passing information to their potential clienteles in the market (Coyle, C. Langley, Novack, & Gibson., 2009).

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Sunday, 1 March 2015

ACC 557 Problem 12-6A

Problem 12-6A
The following data, presented in alphabetical order, are taken from the records of Radar Corporation.

Accounts payable $239,320
Accounts receivable 140,500
Accumulated depreciation—buildings 179,430
Accumulated depreciation—equipment 52,860
Allowance for doubtful accounts 5,100
Bonds payable (10%, due 2020) 500,270
Buildings 949,800
Cash 42,240
Common stock ($10 par value; 497,800 shares authorized, 149,900 shares issued) 1,499,000
Dividends payable 80,080
Equipment 275,680
Fair value adjustment—non-trading securities (Dr) 8,830
Goodwill 200,370
Income taxes payable 120,120
Inventory 170,140
Investment in Mara common stock (30% ownership), at equity 379,240
Investment in Sasse common stock (10% ownership), at cost
278,050
Land 390,440
Notes payable (due 2015) 70,010
Paid-in capital in excess of par—common stock 132,920

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