Revenue Essay Topics

United Health Group

1.Describe clearly the accounting changes Harnischfeger made in 1984 as stated in Note 2 of its financial statements a.Harnischfeger registered as a net sale the final sales amount of products bought from Kobe instead of only the gross margin received per unit. It has also taken in consideration the financial statements of some subsidiaries (but… View Article

Dominos Pizza

Domino’s Pizza experienced a decrease in revenue of 16. 3% from year-end 2005 through the year-end 2009. It is true that the economic recession was partly at blame. However, the enterprise suffered from a negative reputation in the marketplace. Domino’s Pizza delivered pizzas that did not quite meet the demands of consumer taste. Their costumers… View Article

Mountain Man Beer Company

Mr. Prangel as we all know Mountain Man Beer Company has been in the market over eight decades; manufacturing a beer known for its authenticity, quality and toughness. In all these years we have seen many regional breweries vanished by fatal decisions. Mountain Man Beer Company is still standing strong in the market, yet it… View Article

Boston Beer Company

Address the following questions in a 4-5 page write-up of the Boston Beer Company Case to explore the issue of Initial Public Offerings. 1) What do you think of Boston Beer’s business model relative to the traditional beer companies’ business model? Relative to Redhook and Pete’s? (Hint: consider their brewing, production, distribution, marketing strategies. How… View Article

Worldcom’s Whistleblower

Introduction: What began as a routine internal audit, transformed into the largest accounting manipulation of all time. Worldcom, a leading telecommunications company built from over 70 acquisitions, found itself ranked at the top of its class for illegal and creative accounting practices. Worldcom leaders successfully managed to erode the company market value from $180 billion… View Article

Ecommerce Model of Groupon

1. Introduction As dynamic pricing mechanism been introduced, buyers and sellers can negotiate product prices in the market as well as the e-commerce market. Group-buying was appeared in the mid-1990s, and been popular in recent ten years as a business-to-consumer (B2C) transaction. Group buying, means provides products and services with deep low prices if buyers… View Article

EEI Corporation (EEI)

EEI Corporation (EEI) was incorporated on April 17, 1931 as a machinery and mills supply house for the mining industry. The Company eventually expanded into provisioning construction services and a broader range of industrial machinery and systems. EEI is a member of the Yuchengco Group of Companies, a conglomerate with interests in banking, financial services… View Article

Blockbuster/Netflix Case Analysis

Introduction In this memorandum, I will analyze the competitive environment that Blockbuster and Netflix faced, state the key income statement and balance sheet accounts for each firm and use ratios (including DuPont model) to draw comparisons between the two firms in 2008. Competitive Environment Blockbuster is an American-based chain of VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray, and video… View Article

Revenue and Philippine Long Distance

Mission 1. To provide help and support to those who need it in our areas of strength and competency. 2. To facilitate the empowerment of the Filipino people through the utilization of information and communications technology 3. To extend products and services to people, reaching out above all to those who cannot afford it. 4…. View Article

Summary of IAS 18

Revenue: the gross inflow of economic benefits (cash, receivables, other assets) arising from the ordinary operating activities of an entity (such as sales of goods, sales of services, interest, royalties, and dividends). [IAS 18.7] Measurement of Revenue Revenue should be measured at the fair value of the consideration received or receivable. [IAS 18.9] An exchange… View Article

The Body Shop

Case 8 The Body Shop International PLC reviews some of the company decisions and history leading up to 2001. In the 1990’s, The Body Shop was growing at 20% annually. Similar to any company experiencing rapid growth, The Body Shop’s growth numbers slowed down to 8%. The slowdown was primarily due to increased competition in… View Article

Strategic Plan, Part Iii: Balanced Scorecard

A Balanced Scorecard is, “A set of four measures directly linked to a company’s strategy: financial performance, customer knowledge, internal business processes, and learning and growth” (Pearce & Robinson, 2009, p. 202). Healthy Place needs to develop a balanced scorecard in order to assist in defining the company’s mission, values, vision, and SWOTT analysis. Herein,… View Article

Revenue Generation in Local Government Councils in Nigeria

Local governments are potentially very important for Nigeria as they play a significant role in generating revenue and encouraging civil involvement, as well as creating a visible link between taxes and service delivery. The increasing cost of running government coupled with dwindling revenue has left various local governments in Nigeria with formulating strategies to improve… View Article

Clean Edge Razor Splitting Hairs in Product Positioning

Paramount’s newest non-disposable razor, Clean Edge, has brought a new hope for the company whose other products are either on the mature stage of product life cycle or on the declining stage. Clean Edge’s improved design provides superior performance and hence the top management is extremely excited. They need to come up with a marketing… View Article

Stamps.com beats up the U.S. Postal

When Stamps.com /quotes/zigman/92950/quotes/nls/stmp STMP +3.68% announced earnings on Oct. 25, the company didn’t just deliver a great performance. It delivered a rebuke to a lot of people who think the company is a left-over dot-com dinosaur. Some of these detractors are short-sellers who have sold short nearly 6% of Stamps.com’s outstanding shares. But like another… View Article