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  • Circuit City Stores

    BBUS 361 Intermediate Accounting I Valerie Li Case #2 Circuit City Stores, Inc. (A) 11/08/2012 1. Describe the impact the three proposed accounting methods (full revenue recognition, deferral of revenue, and partial revenue recognition) would have on the company’s financial statements: 1) at...

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  • Circuit City

    Case #2: Circuit City Stores 1. Describe the impact the three proposed accounting methods (full revenue recognition, deferral of revenue, and partial revenue recognition) would have on the company’s financial statements: 1) at the time of the sale, and 2) in future periods. Full revenue recognition:...

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  • Circuit City Stores

    Circuit City Stores Vision & mission: the 5 “S” philosophy Objectives: * achieve leading market share in each served market in order to benefit from ad and logistics synergies * resist take over attempt Current Business Strategy * In retail stores, they measure by per unit square...

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    1. What is capital budgeting? 2. What are some characteristics that make capital budgeting different from other types of budgets (like a sales budget or cash budget)? It is the process by which management plans, evaluates, and controls investments in fixed assets. 3. Why is the concept of present...

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    Justin Sunwoong Choi A01982970 Dr. Cliff Skousen Circuit City Stores, Inc. (A) 1. Which of the three approaches to accounting for extended warranty and service contracts is most consistent with the actual substance of a sales transaction involving equipment and an extended warranty contract...

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