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Case Study Just For Feet

Just for Feet, Inc Just For Feet, Inc. operates retail stores in the brand name athletic and outdoor footwear and apparel market. Just for Feet was found in 1977 with the opening of a small mall based store and opened its first super store in 1988. Because of their success and high sales volume generates by the large store Company has concentrate primarily on develop and refining its superstore concept. As of January 1999, they operate 120 superstores, which 23 superstores opened in fiscal 1997...

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Just for Feet, Case Study Just for Feet, Case Study 1. Balance Sheets Just for FEET, Inc. | Balance Sheet | Years ending Jan 31st | | | | Current Assets: 1996 1997 1998 | Cash & Equivalents | 36.93% | 18.40% | 1.80% | Marketable Securities AFS | 9.04% | 0.00% | 0.00% | Accounts Receivable | 1.74% | 3.53% | 2.74% | Inventory | 35.47% | 45.97% | 58.01% | Other Current Assets | 0.56% | 1.50% | 2.65% | Total Current Assets | 83.75% | 69.40% |...

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Case 1.3 Just for Feet, Inc.

CASE 1.3 Just for FEET, Inc. 1. (1) Common-sized Balance Sheet 01/01/1999 01/01/1998 01/01/1997 Current assets: Cash and cash equivalents 2% 18% 37% Marketable securities available for sale - - 9% Accounts receivable 3% 4% 2% Inventory 58% 46% 35% Other current assets 3% 1% 1% Total current assets 65% 69% 84% Property and equipment, net 23% 21% 15% Goodwill, net 10% 8% - Other 1% 1% 2% Total assets 100% 100% 100% Current liabilities: Short-term...

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ACCT 3596: Auditing Just For FEET, Inc. Case Analysis: Case 1.2 #1-3, 5 Beka Vinogradov Seat #1 2011 1 Beka Vinogradov ACCT 3596: Case Analysis #1. Common-Sized Balance Sheets. Just for FEET, Inc. Balance Sheet Years ending Jan 31st 1997 18.40% 0.00% 3.53% 45.97% 1.50% 69.40% 21.08% 8.05% 1.46% 100.00% 20.22% 11.41% 2.07% 0.30% 0.72% 34.73% 5.48% 40.21% 0.00% 48.76% 11.03% 59.79% 1996 Current Assets: Cash & Equivalents Marketable Securities AFS Accounts Receivable Inventory Other...

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bond for $200 million which are normally very risky and just after few weeks the company sent profit warnings. The company management went ahead and announced a possibility of defaulting on the first payment of interest to investors. These three events were clear indications of a problem in financial reporting and hence the auditing firm could have been keen to notice them. 2. Discuss the high-risk financial statement items at Just for Feet. One of the key items that were high risk in the financial...

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Case Study of Just For Feet Inc. Xuan Zhang Q1. Prepare common-sized balance sheets and income statements and compute key ratios for 1997-1998. What were the high-risk financial statement items for the 1998 audit? * Common-sized financial statements: * Key ratio analysis: Liquidity and solvency: | 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | Current ratio | 3.387 | 1.998 | 2.142 | Debt to equity | 1.117 | 0.672 | 0.720 | Times interest earned | 6.376 | 24.665 | 28.286 | Activity |   |   |  ...

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Case Study On Debby This case study is on a young girl named Debby. She was observed in a at her parent’s home over the last weekend. She is 3 years of age. She is the only child, and lives with both parents. She has her own bedroom. She loves anything Disney princesses, she also does not like dark colors, bright colors are her favorite and she likes the color pink. She like playing with dolls, playing kitchen, and she told me that her favorite thing was to ride in mummy’s car. Debby dislikes...

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Case Study Presenting a case to a teacher is same as presenting it in front of a jury. You need to have structured and solid arguments to convince the jury (teacher, in your case) and prove your point. If you are an excellent lawyer, you can even convince the jury that your defendant is not guilty even if he is (not ethical, of course). The bottom line is: you need to structure your case analysis. Although every case analysis more or less follows the same pattern; there is a slight variation depending...

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The Art of Eating and Dining Case Study Assignment #2 Due Date: 18th October 2013 Table of Contents Introduction Case Study #1 – Remarkable Service: The Big Day (Summary) Case Study #1 – Questions and Answers 3 T’s of Service and the 9 Attributes of Remarkable Service – Analysis Case Study #2 – Wine Sales: Menu Review (Summary) Case Study #2 – Questions and Answers Information about Wine Conclusion Introduction This assignment...

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Project #1 Short Case #1: Bed Bath & Beyond’s (BB&B) Plan for Growth 1. Explain how Bed Bath & Beyond practices the retailing concept. The retailing concept is comprised of customer orientation, coordinated effort, value-driven, and goal orientation. With a multitude of open stores the consumer becomes aware of the convenience in location, excellent store atmosphere, and an assortment of merchandise. BB&B’s customer orientation, customers can walk around the store without feeling pressured because...

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