Based on the award-winning City report by UBS Phillips & Drew, this book shows up the methods developed by accountants during the 1980s in order to be able to report continuous growth in earnings per share (ie profit). But accounts drawn up in this way often give an entirely false picture of a company's health, and in fact many of the firms which employed these methods subsequently went bust. The author claims that it is time for attention to refocus on balance sheet movement, dividend potential and above all, cash, if readers and investors are to have an accurate picture of how companies are really performing.
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A new edition of the controversial 1992 bestseller, with new chapters covering the aftermath of the first edition, how new accounting loopholes have been opened, up to date examples of corporate failures and more advanced techniques for survival in the 'accounting jungle'.
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Descripción Century, 1992. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110712657649