This case requires students to develop an understanding of (1) the nature of the various business events, and (2) how such events affect a company’s reported cash flows, working capital, total assets and net income. The case does not require the accounting activities of the recording and posting journal entries, so it offers a chance for a managerially oriented perspective focuses on the important question: “How will this event affect my financial profile”

This case requires students to develop an understanding of (1) the nature of the various business events, and (2) how such events affect a company’s reported cash flows, working capital, total assets and net income. The case does not require the accounting activities of the recording and posting journal entries, so it offers a chance for a managerially oriented perspective focuses on the important question: “How will this event affect my financial profile”
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Richard Brownlee,
Mark E. Haskins
Source: Darden School of Business
3 pages.
Release Date: 12 March 1991. Prod #: UV0213-PDF-ENG
Denver Wholesale Sporting Goods, Inc. HBR case solution

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