I. For each of the years on the Statement of Cash Flows: Major sources of cash in 1990 were investing activities, Major Sources of cash in 1989 were financing activities 1. What were the firm's major sources of cash? Its Major sources of cash were provided by operating major uses of cash? activities. ( Cash provided by investing activities in 1991 followed by operating activities. Major uses of cash (operating activities also were sources of cash), while was much less than operating activities ). Major uses of were financing activities. major uses of cash were investing activities. cash were financing activities. 2. Was cash flow from operations greater than or CFO at $125.2M was greater than Net Income (in this CFO at $89.3M was greater than Net Income (loss) of - CFO at $46.8M was greater than Net Income (loss) of less than net income? Explain in detail the major case loss) of -$377.9M. The main differences between $623.5M. Non cash adjustments to net income for $320.6M. Non cash adjustments to net income for reasons for the difference in these two figures. the two numbers were non cash adjustments which depreciation, amortization, as well as changes in depreciation, amortization, as well as changes in lowered net income, such as depreciation, amortization, working capital accounts account for the difference. working capital accounts account for the difference. and adjustments for receivables . Cash provided by Cash provided by restructuring and other unusual items Cash provided by restructuring and other unusual items restructuring and other unusual items was also a major was also a major item accounting for the difference. was also a major item accounting for the difference. item accounting for the difference. Gain from sale of investments and other assets was very significant in 1990 at ($119M). 3. Was the firm able to generate enough cash from operations to pay for all of its capital expenditures? 4. Did the cash flow from operations...
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