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ME12CASE06 - Figure 6.2 Linear Trend in Microsoft Corp...

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1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 -$10,000 -$5,000 $0 $5,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $30,000 $35,000 $40,000 Figure 6.2 Linear Trend in Microsoft Corp. Sales 1985-2004 Column B Column F Year Sales Revenue ($ million)
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TABLE 6.1 Sales Revenue for Microsoft Corp., 1985-2004 Sales Natural Logarithm Common Logarithm Revenue of Sales Revenue of Sales Revenue Time Fitted Sales Year ($ millions) (Base e) (Base 10) Period (Linear) 1985 139.5 4.938 2.145 1 -7,029.2 1986 202.1 5.309 2.306 2 -5,120.6 1987 345.9 5.846 2.539 3 -3,212.1 1988 590.8 6.381 2.771 4 -1,303.6 1989 803.5 6.689 2.905 5 605.0 1990 1,183.4 7.076 3.073 6 2,513.5 1991 1,843.4 7.519 3.266 7 4,422.1 1992 2,758.7 7.923 3.441 8 6,330.6 1993 3,753.0 8.230 3.574 9 8,239.2 1994 4,649.0 8.444 3.667 10 10,147.7 1995 5,937.0 8.689 3.774 11 12,056.3 1996 8,671.0 9.068 3.938 12 13,964.8 1997 11,358.0 9.338 4.055 13 15,873.4 1998 14,484.0 9.581 4.161 14 17,781.9 1999 19,747.0 9.891 4.296 15 19,690.5 2000 22,956.0 10.041 4.361 16 21,599.0 2001 25,296.0 10.138 4.403 17 23,507.6 2002 28,635.0 10.262 4.457 18 25,416.1 2003 32,187.0 10.379 4.508 19 27,324.7 2004 36,500.0 10.505 4.562 20 29,233.2 Data Source: Company annual reports (various years). (Note: 2004 data are preliminary.)
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Month Visitors Percent change January 7,481 February 9,686 29.5% March 13,316 37.5% April 24,166 81.5% May 89,166 269.0% June 255,237 186.2% July 540,488 111.8% August 528,716 -2.2% September 286,602 -45.8% October 57,164 -80.1% November 12,029 -79.0% December 6,913 -42.5% Average 152,580 42.4%
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Table 6.7 Operating Statistics for The Walt Disney Company (all data in dollars per share)
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