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From the above facts we can also conclude that company A is the company described as the world’s largest prescription pharmaceutical company. These findings are even strengthened by more ratios such as the inventory turnover a subcategory of the asset management. As we can see the low value in inventory turnover may means a slow sales for company B. On the other hand company A whose business is described as the partner of choice for licensing deals has a higher inventory turnover. Our second industry, the beer industry also portrays two unknown companies, company C and D, one is a national brewer of mass market consumer beers sold under a variety of brand names and one produces seasonal and year round beers with smaller production volume tied with higher prices. A good valuation of this high price product could be seen in the high cost of good sold of 53.9 for Company A compared to a low 38.5 for company B. Also with its financially conservative measure, by undergoing a major cost savings reducing the freight cost, we can see that this measure is depicted in the low value of 17.3 of selling, general and administrative expense of company C. With the above facts, we can easily affirm that company C is definitely the company producing the seasonal and year round beers with smaller production in volume and higher prices. Company D on the other hand is the national brewer portrayed in the beer industry description. Our third industry is the computers industry with also two companies E and F with unknown matching financial data. In this industry one company focuses exclusively on mail-order sales of built-to-order PCs, including desktops, laptops, notebooks. Besides the company allows its customers to design,
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