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R413 Midterm 18:00 Markup: difference between cost and retail Retail-cost/retail =% Cost/Cost compliment=retail Keystone: double the price Turnover=Sales/Average inventory (always with 2 decimals) Stock to sales=stock (inventory)/sales (a ratio) Sell thru=sales/inventory Weeks of supply=100/sell thru Bankruptcy: trend is up, up, up but this yr is down.  Movement that company files with FCC, all debt is frozen Operating expenses aren’t frozen and continue to get paid DIP Financing: Debter in Posession Ways to deal with debt: 1. Liquidation: shut down 2. Someone could buy the company Period of exclusivity: certain amount of time that people have until anyone can  buy the company 210 days within filing must decide if want to close stores April BOM is the same as March EOM Jan BOM is the same as Dec EOM Retail inventory (BOM) stock The retail value of everything you own. Includes merchandise in the stores, 
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  • Spring '11
  • Paul
  • retail inventory, EOM Jan BOM, price Turnover=Sales/Average inventory, Everyday retail inventory, Cost/Cost compliment=retail Keystone, sales Total inventory

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