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  • QUALCOMM, Inc. Ticker: QCOM Sector: Technology Industry: Telecommunications Equipment Employees: 11,200 Analyst Recommendation I. Screening Buy Results of Screener Stock screener provided by MSN was used to identify Quantity: 50 shares potential investment options for the Mizzou Investment Stop-Loss: $27.00 Fund. The screener returned a list of 25 companies. Take Profits: $50.00 After a brief overview of possible candidates, Qualcomm was selected for further research for its strong historical performance, unique technology and a growth potential Pricing Closing Price: $36.47 (11/03/06) rarely seen in a large cap company. 52-Week High: $ 50.01 (05/04/06) 52-Week Low: $ 32.76 (09/10/06) Screener Parameters The following parameters were used in the screener. Market Data Market Cap: 60 billion Diluted EPS: $1.44 Industry: All P/E: 25.40 S&P 500 Index Membership: Yes Dividends: $0.48 Market Cap: Large Cap Div. Yield: 1.32% Payout Ratio: 28.00% Dividend Yield: as high as possible Profitability & Effectiveness Price/Earnings Ratio: as low as possible ROA: 17.84% Revenue Growth Year vs. Year: as high as possible ROE: 20.14% Net Profit Margin: as high as possible Gross Margin: 71.00% Debt/Equity Ratio: as low as possible Net Profit Margin: 32.82% Financial Condition A company meeting these criteria will be a valuable Debt/Equity: 0 addition to the Mizzou Investment Fund and it will be Current Ratio: 5.0 consistent with the fund’s overall objectives. Quick Ratio: 4.8 II. The Firm and its Market Company Profile Qualcomm Incorporated designs, manufactures and markets digital wireless telecommunications products and services based on its code division multiple access (CDMA) technology and other technologies. The Company is organized into the following four business units: Zaza Tugushi ztgw3@mizzou.edu Qualcomm CDMA Technologies  develops and supplies integrated circuits and system software for wireless voice and data communications, multimedia functions and global positioning 1
  • Qualcomm Technology Licensing  grants licenses to use portions of the intellectual property portfolio, which includes certain patent rights essential to and/or useful in the manufacturing and sale of CDMA products Qualcomm Wireless & Internet  generates revenue primarily through mobile communication products and services, software and software development 2005 Revenues Qualcomm Strategic Initiatives  makes investments to promote the 11% 1% worldwide adoption of CDMA products and services The contribution to 2005 revenues of each 29% business units is displayed in the following 59% chart. CDMA Technologies Technology Licensing Qualcomm markets its products through Wireless & Internet direct sales force, partnerships, and Strategic Initiative distributors in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Japan, South Korea, and Mexico. The Company was incorporated in 1985 and is based in San Diego, California. Market Position and Competition The market position of Qualcomm has been very strong. The Company started as a wireless tech firm that developed a superior digital wireless process called CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access). CDMA technology has become the leading standard in the United States. The rival technology used to carry voice signal across the network is TDMA, better known as GSM, and is a dominant technology in terms of current use worldwide. The main difference between the two technologies is how the voice data is carried across the network. GSM divides the frequency band into multiple channels and stacks them together into a single stream (hence the term “narrow” band). CDMA allows multiple calls to overlay on top of each other with each call assigned a distinct “sequence code” to keep the signal distinct. As a result, CDMA allows greater frequency reuse, increasing battery life, improved rate of dropped calls and far greater security than GSM. That is one of the reasons that WCDMA technology, which is based on CDMA, is a basis for every 3G network built around the globe. Qualcomm’s main competitors according to Yahoo Finance are Nokia, Texas Instruments and Samsung, a private company. However, this list of competitors does not include all rivals such as Broadcom and provides limited information on the nature of competition between these companies. For example, Nokia, the largest cell phone manufacturer, is not involved in making CDMA chips and pays license fees to Qualcomm for selling cell phones with CDMA chips. Texan Industries are a chip manufacturer and that’s the reason for their listing in the following table. Samsung, a manufacturer of cell phones and cell phone chips, is contracted to make CDMA chips for Qualcomm. Having said that, Qualcomm dominates most of its competitors. Although, Texas Instruments outperforms Qualcomm on EPS figure, the Company beats all of these competitors’ profitability ratios and margins. Importantly, Qualcomm is a 60 billion large cap firm that has an outstanding 2
  • net profit margin by utilizing only 11,200 employees worldwide. It may seem that Qualcomm may be somewhat overvalued based on its P/E ratio. But the ratio is slightly above the industry average and is sign of Qualcomm’s growth. In addition, valuation models do not support the notion that Qualcomm is overvalued. Finally, the comparison to the industry is difficult because many firms in the industry are small distorting the overall averages. Direct Comp[etitors QCOM NOK Samsung TXN Industry Market Cap: 60.24B 77.55B N/A 43.88B 165.58M Employ-ees: 11,200 58,874 1,280,001 35,207 256 Qtrly Rev Growth (yoy): 43.70% 20.20% N/A 12.60% 15.90% Revenue (ttm): 7.09B 50.80B 78.99B1 15.17B 88.03M Gross Margin (ttm): 71.71% 32.98% N/A 49.85% 37.73% EBITDA (ttm): 3.28B 7.68B N/A 5.08B 5.27M Oper Margins (ttm): 38.11% 13.22% N/A 23.79% 2.56% Net Income (ttm): 2.39B 5.20B 7.49B1 2.74B 434.33K EPS (ttm): 1.401 1.26 N/A 2.714 0.04 P/E (ttm): 26.03 15.35 N/A 10.9 22.34 PEG (5 yr expected): 1.01 1.58 N/A 0.99 1.38 P/S (ttm): 8.47 1.54 N/A 2.91 1.5 III. Economic and Industry Environment According to the Value Line survey, Telecommunications Equipment Industry is thriving. Large telephone and cable companies continue to expand their local and long-distance calling and high- speed Internet networks. Wireless carriers are engaged in fierce competition to develop 3rd generation (3G) networks and increase their coverage areas. Telecommunication equipment providers along with telecommunication equipment manufacturers will reap significant benefits from continuous expansion of the entire telecommunications industry. Many telecommunications firms are characterized with volatile stock prices. As a result of this volatility, Value Line expects some companies within the industry to offer above-average returns over 3 to 5 years. According Telecommunication Value Line Estimates to its estimates sales will Equipment 2005 2006 2007 2009-11 grow 60% by the end of 2007 but operating and profit Sales (in millions) 149,800 219,250 240,400 300,100 margins will remain almost Operating Margin 19.5% 17.8% 18.7% 19.9% Net Profit Margin 12.8% 11.3% 11.9% 12.9% unchanged relative to those Return on Shr. Equity 19.5% 19.5% 21.5% 23.0% in 2005. Performance of Telecommunications Equipment industry is closely tied to the performance of the economy. The industry lagged behind the total U.S. market index following the recession but by the beginning of 2004 the telecommunications industry caught up and mostly has performed in line with the overall economy. Qualcomm’s performance during the past 5 years has been volatile. The Company lagged behind the telecommunications industry recovery until 2004 and then 3
  • significantly outperformed both the broad U.S. market and its peers. Recently, Qualcomm’s stock price dropped from its May high due to concerns about legal disputes between the company and Broadcom Corporation, an informal inquiry of EU regarding licensing practices and expiration of licensing agreement with Nokia. Despite the poor stock performance in the last several months (the figures of YTD, 12 Months and 2 Years is caused by sharp stock price Performance Telecommunications DJ U.S. Total QUALCOMM drop in the past 6 During Past: Equipment Market Index months), the long- 3 Months 3.29% 16.41% 6.51% term performance is 6 Months -29.53% -7.44% 3.35% still impressive. Year-to-Date -15.34% 9.79% 9.06% 12 Months -17.15% 8.28% 11.80% 2 Years -8.53% 16.20% 21.56% 5 Years 36.29% 26.66% 31.67% IV. Valuation First step in valuation of Qualcomm was to calculate appropriate discount rate. The discount rate was calculating using CAMP formula. Discount Rate = Risk-free Rate + Beta (Market Return – Risk-free Rate) Beta = 1.6345 (obtained by using LINEST function comparing weekly returns of S&P 500 and QCOM) Market Return = 8.75% (obtained from the Investment Fund Management Asset Detail file) Market Risk Premium = 8.75% - 4.715% = 4.035% 10-Year T-Bond Rate = 4.715% (11/03/06) Discount Rate = 4.175% + 1.6345 x 4.035% = 10.7702% The discount rate seems reasonable given the stock price volatility and an overall riskiness of the telecommunications equipment industry. Valuation model for Qualcomm has to be at least 2-stage growth since the company is in growth stage. The technology underlining its business model is expanding and becoming increasingly popular around the globe. a) Owners’ Earning Discount Model As seen during the semester, the Owner Earnings model tends to overestimate the intrinsic value of the stock. Therefore the 1st and the 2nd stage selected growth rates were as conservative as possible. The 1st stage growth rate of 10.77% is the same as the discount rate and is much lower than historical growth rates. The 2nd stage growth rate of 2% will be easily beaten by the Company unless the entire industry suffers a major setback. The model estimates an intrinsic value of Qualcomm to be $ 58.34 per share. The current price is about 37% below the calculated intrinsic value. The details of the model are provided in the Exhibit A. 4
  • b) Two-Stage Dividend Discount Model (Damodaran) The second valuation model was used to evaluate the accuracy of the Owner Earnings model taking into considerations additional factors. First was assign weights to various growth rates estimates. Historical Growth Rate: 30% 24.06% (Earnings per Share growth – 5 years) Outside Prediction of Growth: 30% 17.00% (Earnings growth – Value Line) Fundamental Prediction of Growth: 40% 14.81% (Net Income, Equity, Tax Rate) Selected inputs and estimates of the model were very conservative. More weight was given to fundamental growth rates over historical and prediction rates since growth estimates are not accurate and change constantly. The high growth stage of 5 years was another attempt to produce conservative projections. The 2nd stage growth rate was changed to 8% to bring the growth rate closer to the growth rates entered into the model. Once again the model produced the value of $43.55 per share, higher than the current market price of Qualcomm stock. The details of the model are provided in the Exhibit B. V. Financial Analysis The analysis of financial statements covers a 6-year period. Qualcomm has a very strong Income Statement, Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flows. All of its margins are very impressive and none of the future risks are related to its financials. Operating, profit and financial health ratios are well above the industry averages and above those predicted by Value Line for the telecommunications equipment industry in the next 5 years. Exhibit C: Balance Sheet. The balance sheet looks very strong and over the past 6 years even improved somewhat. Liabilities are tightly controlled and decreased from 15% in 2001 to 12% in 2006. The most significant change on this statement is the decrease in current assets and an increase in long-term assets. This was caused by shift from investing in short-term marketable securities to longer-term marketable securities. Cash has also decreased 11% of total assets compared to 17% in the previous year due to increased capital expenditures. Still, the Company carries no debt and an increase in total assets comes from operations. Exhibit D: Income Statement. License and Royalty revenues contributed 37% of total sales in 2006 compared to only 29% in 2001. Cost of Sales decreased to 29% of total sales from 39% in 2001. Net Profit Margin decreased slightly from the previous year from 38% to 33%. Exhibit E: Cash Flows. Although net change in Cash has been negative $463 million, it should not be any of concern. The negative net cash in 2006 is a result of increased financing activities. Cash flows from operating activities has been steadily increasing and jumped from $1,051 million in 2001 to $3,253 million at the end of 2006 – a 200% increase. VI. Other Considerations Management Quality Paul Jacobs, son of the founder of Qualcomm, recently became a new CEO of the Company replacing 73-year old Irwin Jacobs. Experts expect the new CEO to exercise little bit more diplomacy in dealing with competitors and regulatory entities. The shift may be expected since Qualcomm is no longer an underdog of telecommunications equipment industry and its lavish revenues from licensing fees attract a lot scrutiny from regulators. 5
  • Although management compensation at Qualcomm may not be the most modest in the corporate world, it is moderate relative to the size and the past performance of the company. Qualcomm also grants options to selected employees, directors and consultants to the Company. Officer Title Salary Bonus Long-term Dr. Irwin Jacobs Chairman of the Board, Founder $984,000 $500,000 $ 274,000 Dr. Paul Jacobs CEO, Director $650,000 $500,000 $ 155,000 Steven Altman President $604,000 $450,000 $ 151,000 William Keitel CFO $483,000 $350,000 $ 117,000 Jeffrey Jacobs President Global Development na na na Risks The recent poor performance of Qualcomm stock is related to several litigations brought by various entities. The investors are concerned about the outcome of these events and subsequently pushed the stock price close to the 52-week low. The 3 most significant events that will have the biggest impact on Qualcomm in the future are described in the following paragraphs. Lawsuits brought by Broadcom accusing Qualcomm of patent infringement have been dominating the recent headlines. Qualcomm answered by the counter lawsuits. In the latest turn of the events, Qualcomm won an injunction against Broadcom. The federal judge enjoined “Broadcom Corp. (BRCM) from further solicitation, use or dissemination of Qualcomm's confidential Wideband Code Division Multiple Access, or WCDMA, trade secrets. The injunction stays in effect until the trial date in October 2007. Probe in the European markets into its licensing practices strongly supported by Nokia and other major cell phone makers is Qualcomm’s another concern. This probe is informal and investigative in nature at this time. The purpose of this inquiry is to test the claims of competitors that Qualcomm is engaged in the “unfair” licensing practices. Possibility that Nokia may not renew its licensing agreement with Qualcomm is another near term threat. Nokia, a handset maker and an important Qualcomm client, may walk away from business during the fourth quarter of 2007. The license contract expires on April 9, 2007 and Nokia may not renew its license agreement. As a result, Qualcomm's results could suffer by 4 to 6 cents in diluted earnings per share. This possibility is unlikely. If Nokia refuses to pay the licensing fees, then it will have to concentrate only on GSM networks and stay away from growing CDMA and WCDMA markets. The more likely outcome should be some type of a compromise. VI. Analyst Recommendation The investment recommendation for Qualcomm is BUY. Qualcomm has strong financials, solid business model and an outstanding technology that is being adopted throughout the world. Recent lawsuits brought against the Company should be closely monitored but at this time should not be a cause for panic but rather as an excellent opportunity to buy shares at a discount. In addition, the telecommunications equipment industry is growing and Qualcomm is one of the companies with a strong potential to deliver above-the-average returns. I recommend buying 50 shares of Qualcomm. Given the current price of $36.47, the total investment will account for roughly 2.5% of our total portfolio value. Telecommunications industry is growing and the fund should allocate more resources in this industry. 6
  • Recommended stop-loss is $27.00. It is roughly 25% below the current price. Although, price volatility is expected when holding stocks for a long term, more than 25% decline in value is not acceptable. On the upside, many analysts predict price target price of $50 per share. This price is almost in the middle of the two values produced by the evaluation models. However, it is important to notice that if price appreciation accelerates sharply due to favorable court ruling or other similar events, the model inputs should be re-evaluated until making a final decision. Sources The Value Line BusinessWeek.com PC Today CNNMoney.com Disclaimer: This analysis does not necessarily reflect the beliefs of the University of Missouri- Columbia or the College of Business. The insights and opinions are of the students of Investment Funds Management and should not be used in personal investment decisions. The University of Missouri and the author of this analysis take no responsibility for the validity of the valuation and analysis. 7
  • Exhibit A: Warren Buffett Way Owners' Earnings Discount Model assuming discount rate (k) of 10.77% (derived from CAPM) Owner Earnings in 2006: Net Income $ 2,470,000,000 Depreciation $ 1,084,000,000 Capital Expenditures $ 685,000,000 Owner Earnings $ 4,239,000,000 Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Prior Year Owner Earnings $ 4,239,000,000 $ 4,695,540,300 $ 5,201,249,990 $ 5,761,424,614 $ 6,381,930,045 First Stage Growth Rate (add) 10.77% 10.77% 10.77% 10.77% 10.77% Owner Earnings $ 4,695,540,300 $ 5,201,249,990 $ 5,761,424,614 $ 6,381,930,045 $ 7,069,263,911 Discounted Value per annum $ 4,695,540,300 $ 4,695,531,822 $ 4,695,523,344 $ 4,695,514,866 $ 4,695,506,388 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 $ 7,069,263,911 $ 7,830,623,634 $ 8,673,981,800 $ 9,608,169,640 $ 10,642,969,510 10.77% 10.77% 10.77% 10.77% 10.77% $ 7,830,623,634 $ 8,673,981,800 $ 9,608,169,640 $ 10,642,969,510 $ 11,789,217,326 $ 4,695,497,910 $ 4,695,489,432 $ 4,695,480,954 $ 4,695,472,477 $ 4,695,463,999 Sum of PVof owner earnings: $46,955,021,493 Residual Value Owner Earnings in year 10 $11,789,217,326 Second Stage Growth Rate (g) (add) 2.00% Owner Earnings in year 11 $12,025,001,672 Capitalization rate (k-g) 8.77% Value at end of year 10 $137,112,057,564 Present Value of Residual $49,299,923,982 Intrinsic Value of Company $96,254,945,475 Shares outstanding assuming dilution 1,650,000,000 Intrinsic Value per share $58.34 8
  • Exhibit B: Two-Stage Dividend Discount Model Inputs to the model Current Earnings per share = $ 1.44 (in currency) Current Dividends per share = $ 0.48 (in currency) Enter length of extraordinary growth period = 5 (in years) Do you want to enter cost of equity directly? No (Yes or No) If yes, enter the cost of equity = 10.7702% (in percent) If no, enter the inputs to the cost of equity Beta of the stock = 1.6345 Riskfree rate= 4.715% (in percent) Risk Premium= 4.035% (in percent) Do you want to use the historical growth rate? Yes (Yes or No) If yes, enter EPS from five years ago = $ 0.49 (in currency) Do you have an outside estimate of growth ? Yes (Yes or No) If yes, enter the estimated growth: 17.00% (in percent) Do you want to calculate the growth rate from fundamentals? Yes (Yes or No) If yes, enter the following inputs: Net Income Currently = $2,470.00 Last year (in currency) Book Value of Equity = $13,406.00 $ 11,119.00 (in currency) Tax Rate on Income= 22.00% (in percent) The following will be the inputs to the fundamental growth formulation: ROE = 22.21% (in percent) Retention = 66.67% (in percent) Do you want to change any of these inputs for the high growth period? No (Yes or No) If yes, specify the values for these inputs (Please enter all variables) ROE = 22.21% (in percent) Retention = 66.67% (in percent) Do you want to change any of these inputs for the stable growth period? No (Yes or No) If yes, specify the values for these inputs ROE = 22.21% (in percent) Specify weights to be assigned to each of these growth rates: Historical Growth Rate = 30.00% (in percent) Outside Prediction of Growth = 30.00% (in percent) Fundamental Estimate of Growth = 40.00% (in percent) Enter growth rate in stable growth period? 8.00% (in percent) Stable payout ratio from fundamentals is = 63.99% (in percent) Do you want to change this payout ratio? No (Yes or No) If yes, enter the stable payout ratio= (in percent) Will the beta to change in the stable period? No (Yes or No) If yes, enter the beta for stable period = 9
  • Output from the program Cost of Equity = 11.31% Current Earnings per share= $1.44 Growth Rate in Earnings per share Growth Rate Weight Historical Growth = 24.06% 30.00% Outside Estimates = 17.00% 30.00% Fundamental Growth = 14.81% 40.00% Weighted Average 18.24% Payout Ratio for high growth phase= 33.33% The dividends for the high growth phase are shown below (upto 10 years) 1 2 3 4 5 Dividends $ 0.57 $ 0.67 $ 0.79 $ 0.94 $ 1.11 Growth Rate in Stable Phase = 8.00% Payout Ratio in Stable Phase = 63.99% Cost of Equity in Stable Phase = 11.31% Price at the end of growth phase = $ 69.48 Present Value of dividends in high growth phase = $ 2.89 Present Value of Terminal Price = $ 40.66 Value of the stock = $ 43.55 Estimating the value of growth Value of assets in place = $ 4.24 Value of stable growth = $ 11.42 Value of extraordinary growth = $ 27.89 Value of the stock = $ 43.55 Growth Rate Extraordinary Growth period Value : First phase Growth 0 $ 14.40 8.24% $ 12.69 1 $ 16.78 9.24% $ 13.98 2 $ 19.31 10.24% $ 15.32 3 $ 22.00 11.24% $ 16.71 4 $ 24.86 12.24% $ 18.14 5 $ 27.89 13.24% $ 19.63 6 $ 31.11 14.24% $ 21.17 7 $ 34.53 15.24% $ 22.77 8 $ 38.17 16.24% $ 24.42 9 $ 42.03 17.24% $ 26.12 10 $ 46.14 18.24% $ 27.89 19.24% $ 29.72 20.24% $ 31.60 21.24% $ 33.55 22.24% $ 35.57 23.24% $ 37.65 24.24% $ 39.80 10
  • Exhibit D: Common-Size Income Statement (in '000) 9/24/2006 9/25/2005 9/30/2004 9/30/2003 9/30/2002 9/30/2001 Revenue License & Royalty Fees 2,750,000 37% 1,929,000 34% 1,366,000 28% 985,000 26% 835,000 29% 771,930 29% Equipment/Service 4,776,000 63% 3,744,000 66% 3,514,000 72% 2,862,000 74% 2,080,000 71% 1,907,856 71% Total Revenue 7,526,000 100% 5,673,000 100% 4,880,000 100% 3,847,000 100% 2,915,000 100% 2,679,786 100% Operating Expense Research and Development 1,538,000 20% 1,011,000 18% 720,000 15% 523,000 14% 452,000 16% 414,760 15% Selling and Marketing 1,116,000 15% 631,000 11% 568,000 12% 471,000 12% 401,000 14% 367,155 14% Cost of Sales 2,182,000 29% 1,645,000 29% 1,484,000 30% 1,268,000 33% 954,000 33% 1,035,103 39% Asset Impairment - - - - - - 34,000 1% - - 518,026 19% Other - - - - (26,000) -1% (30,000) -1% 9,000 0% 50,825 2% Amortization of Intangibles - - - - 5,000 0% 8,000 - - - - - Amort. of Goodwill - - - - - - - - 259,000 9% 255,230 10% Total Operating Expense 4,836,000 64% 3,287,000 58% 2,751,000 56% 2,274,000 59% 2,075,000 71% 2,641,099 99% Operating Income 2,690,000 36% 2,386,000 42% 2,129,000 44% 1,573,000 41% 840,000 29% 38,687 1% Interest Income 416,000 6% 256,000 5% 175,000 4% 158,000 4% 128,000 4% - - Interest Expense (4,000) 0% (3,000) 0% (2,000) 0% (2,000) 0% (1,000) 0% (10,235) 0% Minority Interest - - - - - - - - (1,000) 0% (167,001) -6% Equity in Joint Ventures (29,000) 0% (28,000) 0% (72,000) -1% (113,000) -3% (57,000) -2% - - Investment Income 83,000 1% 198,000 3% 83,000 2% (51,000) -1% (287,000) -10% (317,091) -12% Net Income Before Taxes 3,156,000 42% 2,809,000 50% 2,313,000 47% 1,565,000 41% 622,000 21% (455,640) -17% Provision for Income Taxes 686,000 9% 666,000 12% 588,000 12% 536,000 14% 97,000 3% 104,501 4% Net Income After Taxes 2,470,000 33% 2,143,000 38% 1,725,000 35% 1,029,000 27% 525,000 18% (560,141) -21% Discontinued Operation - - - - (10,000) 0% (280,000) -7% (160,000) -5% - - Discontinued Operation Tax - - - - 5,000 0% 78,000 2% (5,000) 0% - - Accounting Change - - - - - - - - - - (17,937) -1% Net Income 2,470,000 33% 2,143,000 38% 1,720,000 35% 827,000 21% 360,000 12% (578,078) -22% 11
  • Exhibit C: Common-Size Balance Sheet (in '000) 9/24/2006 9/25/2005 9/30/2004 9/30/2003 9/30/2002 9/30/2001 Cash/Equivalents 1,607,000 11% 2,070,000 17% 1,214,000 11% 2,045,094 23% 1,406,704 22% 1,388,602 24% Marketable Securities 4,114,000 27% 4,478,000 36% 4,768,000 44% 2,516,003 29% 1,411,178 22% 894,577 16% Accounts Rcvbl. 700,000 5% 544,000 4% 581,000 5% 483,793 5% 536,950 8% 517,557 9% Finance Rcvbls. 30,000 0% - - - - 5,795 0% 388,396 6% 10,345 0% Raw Materials 13,000 0% 23,000 0% 20,000 0% - - - - - - Work-In-Process 207,000 1% 6,000 0% 3,000 0% - - - - - - Finished Goods 235,000 2% 148,000 1% 131,000 1% - - - - - - Deferred Tax 143,000 1% 343,000 3% 409,000 4% 611,536 7% 122 0% - - Other - - 179,000 1% 101,000 1% 176,192 2% 109,322 2% 147,814 3% Inventories - - - - - - 110,351 1% 88,094 1% 95,863 2% Total Current Assets 7,049,000 46% 7,791,000 62% 7,227,000 67% 5,948,764 67% 3,940,766 61% 3,054,758 54% Land 76,000 0% 65,000 1% 47,000 0% 47,214 1% 41,668 1% 38,093 1% Bldgs./Improv. 853,000 6% 614,000 5% 413,000 4% 338,424 4% 294,186 5% 280,851 5% Computer Equip. 659,000 4% 520,000 4% 430,000 4% 378,983 4% 348,208 5% 283,293 5% Mach./Equipment 764,000 5% 544,000 4% 413,000 4% 449,181 5% 442,098 7% 176,300 3% Furn./Off. Eqpt. 43,000 0% 33,000 0% 24,000 0% 22,152 0% 29,841 0% 16,393 0% Property under Capital Lease 0% 2,000 0% - - - - - - - - Lshld. Improv. 171,000 1% 107,000 1% 54,000 0% 42,750 0% 53,769 1% 44,990 1% Depreciation -1,084,000 -7% -863,000 -7% -706,000 -7% -656,439 -7% -523,487 -8% -408,524 -7% Marketable Secs. 4,228,000 28% 2,133,000 17% 1,653,000 15% 810,654 9% 381,630 6% 297,333 5% Goodwill 1,230,000 8% 571,000 5% 356,000 3% 346,464 4% 344,803 5% 585,046 10% Deferred Tax 512,000 3% 444,000 4% 493,000 5% 406,746 5% 7,493 0% - - Other 707,000 5% 518,000 4% 416,000 4% 377,270 4% 425,725 7% 381,589 7% Investments - - - - - - 128,651 1% 276,414 4% 245,220 4% Finance Rcvbls. - - - - - - 181,622 2% 442,934 7% 674,391 12% Total Assets 15,208,000 100% 12,479,000 100% 10,820,000 100% 8,822,436 100% 6,506,048 100% 5,669,733 100% Accounts Payable 420,000 3% 376,000 3% 286,000 3% 195,065 2% 209,418 3% 106,433 2% Payroll/Benefits 273,000 2% 196,000 2% 194,000 2% 141,000 2% 126,005 2% 117,795 2% Other Liab. 532,000 3% 335,000 3% 242,000 2% 195,241 2% 136,726 2% 112,300 2% Unearned Revenue 197,000 1% 163,000 1% 172,000 2% 174,271 2% 183,482 3% 184,461 3% Cur.Port.LT Debt - - - - - - 102,625 1% 19,355 0% - - Total Current Liabilities 1,422,000 9% 1,070,000 9% 894,000 8% 808,202 9% 674,986 10% 520,989 9% Long Term Debt - - - - - - 123,302 1% 94,288 1% 235 0% Total Long Term Debt - - - - - - 123,302 1% 94,288 1% 235 0% LT Unearned Rev. 141,000 1% 146,000 1% 170,000 2% 236,732 3% 259,995 4% 295,005 5% Other Liabs. 239,000 2% 144,000 1% 92,000 1% 55,578 1% 40,283 1% 35,202 1% Minority Int. - - - - - - 50 0% 44,540 1% 5,887 0% Total Liabilities 1,802,000 12% 1,360,000 11% 1,156,000 11% 1,223,864 14% 1,114,092 17% 857,318 15% Common Stock - - - - - - 81 0% 79 0% 76 0% Paid in Capital 7,242,000 48% 6,753,000 54% 6,940,000 64% 6,324,971 72% 4,918,202 76% 4,791,559 85% Retained Erngs. 6,100,000 40% 4,328,000 35% 2,709,000 25% 1,297,289 15% 604,624 9% 244,947 4% Other Comp. 64,000 0% 38,000 0% 15,000 0% -23,769 0% -130,949 -2% -224,167 -4% Total Equity 13,406,000 88% 11,119,000 89% 9,664,000 89% 7,598,572 86% 5,391,956 83% 4,812,415 85% Total Liabilities & Shareholders' Equity 15,208,000 100% 12,479,000 100% 10,820,000 100% 8,822,436 100% 6,506,048 100% 5,669,733 100% 12
  • Exhibit E: Statement of Cash Flows (in '000) 9/26/2006 9/25/2005 9/30/2004 9/30/2003 9/30/2002 9/30/2001 Net Income 2,470,000 2,143,000 1,725,000 1,029,000 525,000 (578,078) Depreciation 272,000 200,000 163,000 146,000 349,000 319,811 Impair./Noncash - - - 34,000 - 746,330 Realized Gains on Market. Securities (136,000) (179,000) (88,000) (80,000) (2,000) (69,687) Derivative Invest. 29,000 (33,000) (7,000) 3,000 58,000 242,849 Market/Other Invest. 24,000 14,000 12,000 128,000 231,000 198,398 Equity in J.V. 29,000 28,000 72,000 113,000 57,000 185,060 Deferred Taxes 514,000 498,000 419,000 411,000 8,000 29,948 Other (28,000) - 35,000 13,000 (4,000) (31,068) Gain on Sale of Trading Securities - - - 2,000 (2,000) - Accounts Receivable (133,000) 35,000 (93,000) 53,000 (1,000) 69,541 Inventories (71,000) (23,000) (50,000) (23,000) 18,000 (40,735) Other Assets 15,000 (74,000) 51,000 (12,000) (9,000) 19,762 Accounts Pybl. 51,000 57,000 151,000 (24,000) 47,000 (13,838) Payroll/Bene./Other 96,000 49,000 148,000 43,000 25,000 (67,440) Unearned Revenue 29,000 (29,000) (57,000) (12,000) (37,000) 18,858 Discontinued Operation Cash - - (13,000) (89,000) (300,000) Minority Interest - - - - - 3,769 Accounting Change - - - - - 17,937 Cash from Operating Activities 3,253,000 2,686,000 2,468,000 1,735,000 963,000 1,051,417 Capital Expenditures (685,000) (576,000) (332,000) (202,000) (127,000) (114,191) Purch. of AFS Sec. (12,517,000) (8,055,000) (8,372,000) (4,484,000) (1,754,000) (1,182,698) Investments Purchase 130,000 (184,000) (355,000) (189,000) (301,870) Investments Maturity 10,853,000 10,000 401,000 257,000 257,000 973,879 Sale AFS Sec's. - 8,072,000 5,026,000 3,183,000 1,050,000 977,285 Issue Finc. Rcvbl. - (1,000) (150,000) (141,000) (498,196) Collect Finc. Rcvbl. - 2,000 196,000 813,000 8,000 139,052 Note Rcvbl. Issued - - (37,000) (28,000) (4,000) (225,747) Note Rcvbl. Collect. - - 38,000 4,000 16,000 15,581 Investment (407,000) (249,000) (70,000) (37,000) (199,000) (246,538) Other, Net 3,000 20,000 9,000 7,000 10,000 11,139 Purch. of License - - - - - (83,774) Sale of Other Invest - - - - - 26,730 Cash from Investing Activities (2,623,000) (776,000) (3,326,000) (992,000) (1,073,000) (509,348) Common Stock 692,000 386,000 330,000 191,000 119,000 132,690 Repurchase Common (1,500,000) (953,000) (166,000) (6,000) Put Option 11,000 37,000 5,000 7,000 - - Dividend (698,000) (524,000) (308,000) (135,000) - - Other - - - - - 1,014 Issue LTD/Capital Leases - - - - - 501 Pay LT Debt - - - - - (620) Minority Interest - - - - - - Cash from Financing Activities (1,092,000) (1,054,000) 27,000 (103,000) 113,000 133,585 Foreign Exchange Effects (1,000) (2,000) 15,000 (3,923) Net Change in Cash (463,000) 856,000 (831,000) 638,000 18,000 671,731 Net Cash - Beginning Balance 2,070,000 1,214,000 2,045,000 1,407,000 1,389,000 716,871 Net Cash - Ending Balance 1,607,000 2,070,000 1,214,000 2,045,000 1,407,000 1,388,602 13