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Primary reason for both of companies having comparatively low net profit was high cost of good sold ?V it took out almost 70% of its net revenue of Sears; 80% of the net sales for Wal-Mart. Except low profitability, for Sears, there was a significant increase in uncollectible account ?V Referring to exhibit 1, it kept increasing at a rate of 50% year after year...
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Sharpe increase from the uncollectible amount could been further explained by looking at the balance sheet of Sears ?V 50% of the total current asset was Net credit card receivable during year 1997. This might suggest that Sears need to revise their terms on repayment of the credit card bill or had to establish a more strict credit background check on their customer...
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Richard Warren Sears And Sears, Roebuck, & Company   Cost Volume Profit questions   Cost and Revenue Curves   Cost of Goods Sold   Determine The Primary Activities And Secondary Activities Of Your Organisation. Make A Conscious Decision On Whether Your Organization Should Compete By The Least Cost Strategy Or The Product Differentiation Strategy. Determine The Cost Drivers Of...   Low Prices, High Cost   Marginal utility theory, product differentiation, and revenue/profit maximization   Sears, Roebuck And Co. Vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc   Sears, Roebuck And Co. Vs. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc   The Reason For High Gas Prices   The use of the atomic bomb was the primary reason for Japanese defeat. Do you agree with this statement? Explain your answer.   High Cost of Healthcare   Illegal Immigration -The High Cost of Health Care   Wal-Mart's Cost to the Community   Walmart; The high cost of low prices  
 
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