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What could a Logitech staff accountant have done if he/she knew that the CFO and controller failed to write down the discontinued Revue parts inventory?

In the fourth quarter of 2010, Logitech International released the Revue, a TV set-top box designed to integrate cable/satellite TV with internet content. The Revue Google search bar would be able to find any desired content from any provider and project that content to the TV screen. The Revue was manufactured by contract manufacturers, not […]

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Introductory managerial accounting Jeopardy game for end-of-semester review

A few days ago, I shared a Jeopardy-style PowerPoint file that can be used for an end-of-semester review in introductory financial accounting classes. In this post, I am sharing a Jeopardy-style game that covers basic topics within an introductory managerial accounting course. This PowerPoint file contains a Jeopardy-style game suitable for use in an introductory […]

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How might Target use data analytics to help make decisions?

In a recent visit in early February to a Target (NYSE: TGT) store in northeast Ohio, snow shovels were on display next to swimming suits, offering an interesting juxtaposition. [The average temperature in northeast Ohio in February is about 31° Fahrenheit, accompanied by an average monthly snowfall of about 15.”] An article in the Wall […]

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