I want to ask below question in case: Accounting for the iPhone at Apple Inc.
This is the case
from Harvard Business School regarding Jobs revealed the non-GAAP financial statement for quarter four 2018.
Which method(GAAP v.s. non-GAAP) is your group's view that best reflects Apple's economic reality?
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