Computer Project Three Paper

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Computer Project Three Paper The net profit margin ratio represents how much of a company’s sales are  included in net income.  In other words how well controlled a company’s  expenses are with respect to the amount of sales the company generated.  The  higher the percentage the better the company is managing their expenses.   Papa John’s International Inc had a net profit margin of 3.66% in 2003.  The current net profit percentage is 6.05%.  Papa John’s has increased their net  profit margin meaning the company has increased sales and decreased  expenses.  The company has increased its profitability, a very good thing.   Dominos Pizza Inc. had a net profit margin of 2.92% in 2003.  The current  net profit margin is 7.91%.  Dominos has greatly increased their profitability, a  very good thing.  Dominos, like Papa John’s, has increased their net profit margin  by increasing sales and decreasing expenses.   Yum! Brands, Inc. had a 7.36% net profit margin in 2003.  Currently, their  net profit margin is 8.66%.  Again, like the two other companies, Yum! Brands,  Inc has increased their profitability by a combination of two things: increasing  sales and/or decreasing expenses.  Either way the increase in profitability is a  very good thing.  
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This essay was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course ACC 240 taught by Professor Lewis during the Fall '08 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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