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Edward F. T. Charfauros, inspiring author, assists fellow students with their presentation for a successful grade. He also blogs upon his own inspiring blog, where you'll discover life changing stuff. …

Edward F. T. Charfauros, inspiring author, assists fellow students with their presentation for a successful grade. He also blogs upon his own inspiring blog, where you'll discover life changing stuff. Sign up for his blog by sending him an email~

Copyright 2013 Edward F. T. Charfauros. Reference, www.YourBlogorResume.net.

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  • 1. Executive Summary Presentation PRESENTATION BY CELINE ISRAEL, CONRAD PEREIRA, EDWARD CHARFAUROS, TAWNYA TANUDRA
  • 2. Agenda
  • 3. • In 1994, Jeff Bezos founded Amazon • In 1995, Amazon.com, Inc. (Amazon) launches within Seattle, Washington. • In 1997, Amazon went public becoming the first Internet retailer. • In 1998, Amazon began selling music online and videos after acquiring companies within Germany and United Kingdom. • Within 1999, Amazon expands by selling electronics, hardware, tools, and toys. In 2001, Amazon reported its first net profit during the fourth quarter. • Currently employs 14,000 people worldwide. • Amazon is on the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations (NASDAQ) stock exchange ticker symbol as: AMZN. • In 2010, the stock’s price range between U.S. $151.40 and $185.65 ending 2010, while earnings per share were $2.58. – In terms of dividends, Amazon is yet to declare or pay any cash dividend since its inception (Amazon.com, Inc., Annual Report, 2010). • In 2011, Amazon have 3,383 common shareholders. – Amazon's sales brought in revenue of $9.91 billion with an annual increase of 51%.
  • 4. Period Ending Dec 31, 2011 Dec 31, 2010 • Assets • Total Current Assets 17,490,000 13,474,000 • Total Assets 25,278,000 18,797,000 • Total Current Liabilities 14,896,000 10,372,000 • Total Liabilities 17,521,000 11,933,000 • Total Stockholder Equity 7,757,000 6,864,000 • Net Tangible Assets 5,802,000 5,515,000
  • 5. Period Ending Dec 31, 2011 Dec 31, 2010 • Net Income 631,000 1,152,00 • Total Cash Flow from Operating Activities 3,903,000 3,495,000 • Total Cash Flows from • Investing Activities (1,930,000) (3,360,000) • Total Cash Flows from • Financing Activities (482,000) 181,000 • Effect of Exchange • Rate Changes 1,000 17,000 • Changes in Cash and • Cash Equivalents 1,492,000 333,000
  • 6. • Amount of accounts payable • 2009 = $3293 million, 2010 = $3495 million • Total current liabilities • 2009 = $7364 million, 2010 = $10,372 million • Largest current liabilities • Accounts payable – 2009 = $7364, 2010 =$10372 • Accrued expenses – 2009 = $1759 million, 2010 = $2321 million • Total liabilities – 2009 = $7556 million, 2010 = $11,933 million
  • 7. • Total Revenues – 2008: $19,166 million – 2009: $24,509 million – 2010: $34,204 million • Total Net Income – 2008: $645 million – 2009: $902 million – 2010: $1,152 million • Changes in Net Income – 2008-2009: $257 million – 2009-2010: $250 million
  • 8. Did you know? • Barnes and Nobles has 40 million customers • Barnes and Nobles has a 27% share of the e~Book market and sells three times as many eBooks as compared to physical book stores online. • Leads the specialty retail category for customer satisfaction for the 4th year • 3rd year in a row earning the top rating of 100% in the Corporate Equality Index • In July 2009, they launched the world's largest e~Bookstore as part of its overall digital stragety (now known as our NOOK Bookstore) • In October 2009, they introduced the first Android-based e~book reader
  • 9. Amazon (For the year ended 12/2011) • Revenues $48,077 million • Expenses $47,446 million • Net Income $631 million • Return on Assets 2.86% • Debt to Equity Ratio 2.25 : 1 • Stock Price $191.59 Barnes & Noble (For the year ended 04/2011) • Revenues $6,998.5 million • Expenses $6,924.6 million • Net Loss $73.9 million • Return on Assets 4.26% • Debt to Equity Ratio 3.38 : 1 • Stock Price $13.26
  • 10. • Offers a variety of items from books, electronics, computers, music, movies, apparel, toys, computers, etc… • Amazon. has six global websites: Amazon.com, Amacon.co.uk, amazon.de, amazon.fr, amazon.co.jp and amazon.ca • Has been available to the public on the stock market since May of 1997 • Amazon.com works with companies such as Nordstrom’s, Gap, Eddie Bauer, Urban Outfitters, Osh Kosh, Footlocker • Amazon.com’s Advantages – Innovative – Customer Focused – Virtually Efficient • Three Activities – Virtual Shopping tour of both websites, Title Your Book on Your Biography and Kindle vs. Nook Demo
  • 11. Reference Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hg7bYEZ6e8&feature=endscreen&NR=1
  • 12. Reference Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBCzIDbRJvs
  • 13. Reference Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyOkJZ1FAd8
  • 14. • Amazon.com., Inc. (2012). Annual Report. Retrieved from http://phx.corporate- ir.net/phoenix.zhtml?c=97664&p=irol-reportsannual • Barnes & Noble, Inc. (2011). Annual Report. Retrieved from http://www.barnesandnobleinc.com/for_investors/annua l_reports/2011_bn_annual_report.pdf • Weygandt, J. J. (2008). Financial accounting (6th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. • YouTube.com. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hg7bYEZ6e8&featu re=endscreen&NR=1, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBCzIDbRJvs, and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyOkJZ1FAd8