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Publisher Description

An investor in General Motors Company (GM) has received the company's annual report, and is concerned with the increasing number of negative headlines in major newspapers regarding the company's business strategy and financial reporting. He must analyse GM's business and financial position and decide whether or not to sell his shares in the company. This case can be used to: facilitate a discussion about the implications of pensions on company operations and the potential burdens for corporations providing generous defined benefit plans; consider the issue of accounting for pensions and pension disclosure, including the reasonableness of assumptions and the effect on operating income; and to discuss the reasons for downgrading bonds and the implications downgrading can have on a company.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
RELEASED
2005
September 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
13
Pages
PUBLISHER
Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation
SELLER
Ivey Business School Foundation
SIZE
3.4
MB

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