Before the receivership action, it was the sixth-largest bank in the United States. According to Washington Mutual Inc.'s 2007 SEC filing, the holding company held assets valued at $327.9 billion. ... ... middle of paper ... ...010/04/13/business/13wamu.html?ref=washington_mutual_inc Levy, A., & Hester, E. H. (2008, September 26). JPMorgan Buys WaMu Deposits; Regulators Seize Thrift (Update1) . In Bloomberg.com.
The turnover in 2008 was 24.58 times per year. 2009, according to MSN Money (2011), resulted in a turnover of 18.05 times annually. Credit accounts were reconciled 15.56 times per year in 2010. The negative trend appears to have dissipated when looking into 2011’s fiscal quarters; the most recent calculations show a turnover of 28.83 times (Morningstar, 2011). The primary asset used to gauge the ability to repay short-term debt is inventory, accounting for 28 percent of Vail Resorts’ current assets in 2010.
Over 217,000 employees work for the 73 businesses with the annual revenues of $98.539 billion in 2006 (Yahoo finance, 2007). However, only 19 employees work at home office located in Omaha. One of the companies that Berkshire Hathaway holds is GIECO (Government Employees Insurance Company). In 1994, GIECO was wholly owned by Berkshire Hathaway. Its market share was increased from 2.7 percent to 4.1 percent with additional $590 million in cash from operating earnings in spite of decline in in... ... middle of paper ... ...n offsets the negative return in 2002.
Apple's split brought the stock price down closer to the median price in the DJIA. The Visa split reduced the technology weight in the DJIA and made room for Apple. Among the then current DJIA constituents, AT&T had one of the lowest prices. In June, Apple announced its 7-for-1 stock split. It has a market capitalization of approximately $736 billion, making it the largest publicly traded company in the world.
Currently, Wachovia has experienced fifteen percent revenue growth in the first two quarters of 2004 and an eleven percent decrease in revenues in the third quarter. 1.4.3 Income Growth Wachovia has seen income growth for nine consecutive quarters dating back to the second quarter of 2002 when compared to prior year income. Net Income in 2003 was 4.2 billion dollars compared with 3.6 and 1.6 billion dollars in 2002 and 2001. 1.5 Website The Wachovia corporate website is www.wachovia.com 2.1 Major Categories of Products/Services Wachovia Corporation is one of the nation’s largest providers of financial services to retail, brokerage, and corporate customers.
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The total revenue for IBM in 2013 was 99.8 dollars billion which was a five percent decrease from 2012 (104.5 billion dollars). The net income for IBM in 2013 was 16.5 billion dollars which was a decrease of one percent from 2012 (16.6 billion dollars). The core businesses of IBM include their software, services, finance and hardware (systems and technology) segments which each changed in their own way from 2012 to 2013. In the fourth quarter of 2013 the software business brought in 8.1 billion dollars, which was a three percent increase from 2012 fourth quarter. The Global Technology Services revenue went down four percent from 2012 by bringing in 9.9 billion dollars.