Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, which HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This second edition of “Reading Financial Reports” has several new readings on topics that managers interpret financial statements and annual reports as revenue recognition, liability reporting and accounting for income tax help. As part of the Business Fundamentals series, this collection contains materials used in Harvard Business … Read more »

Business Fundamentals are collections of Harvard Business School background materials, which HBS courses and supplemented by self-study aids. This second edition of “Reading Financial Reports” has several new readings on topics that managers interpret financial statements and annual reports as revenue recognition, liability reporting and accounting for income tax help. As part of the Business Fundamentals series, this collection contains materials from Harvard Business School MBA and Executive Education programs used. The collection includes the following elements: “the accounting framework, financial statements, and some of Accounting Concepts” by William J. Bruns, Jr., “Income and expense recognition: Realized and earned” by Robert S. Kaplan, “Accounting for current assets” by William J. Bruns, Jr., “Accounting for Property, Plant, Equipment and Other Assets” by William J. Bruns, Jr., “A Note on liabilities and Time” by William J. Bruns, Jr., “liability coverage” of Paul M. Healy, “Accounting for Income Taxes” by David Hawkins, “Introduction to Equity Management” by William J. Bruns, Jr., “Solving the riddle of the Statement of Cash Flows” by Julie H. Hertenstein and Sharon M. McKinnon , “Diversity in Accounting Principles: A problem, a strategic necessity, or a strategic opportunity” by William J. Bruns, Jr., “auditors and their opinions” by William J. Bruns, Jr., and “Introduction to Financial Ratios and Financial Statement Analysis” by William J. Bruns, Jr.
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William J. Bruns Jr.,
David F. Hawkins,
Paul M. Healy,
Julie H. Hertenstein,
Robert S. Kaplan,
Sharon M. McKinnon
148 pages.
Release Date: 14 February 2002. Prod #: 9551-ENG-SBB
Reading annual reports, Business Basics Series (2nd Edition) HBR case solution

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