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accounting numberの例文

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  • That loss is real, and profit is just an accounting number.
  • Authorization bills typically pass in conjunction with, or ahead of, appropriations legislation and deal more with budget policy than accounting numbers.
  • And those terms, expressed in accounting numbers, did not allow for intangibles like power and prestige or for CBS's reputation in news.
  • They find that models based on market data-such as an option valuation approach-outperform those earlier models which rely heavily on accounting numbers.
  • Some theories say they are international bank accounting numbers, stock market statistics, or even high-powered radio beacons intended to guide passing UFOs to planet Earth.
  • Convergence is driven by several factors, including the belief that having a single set of accounting requirements would increase the comparability of different entities'accounting numbers, which will contribute to the flow of international investment and benefit a variety of stakeholders.
  • On April 12, 2010, a " New York Times " story revealed that Lehman had used a small company, Hudson Castle, to move a number of transactions and assets off Lehman's books as a means of manipulating accounting numbers of Lehman's finances and risks.
  • "Figuring apples to apples to apples, accounting the same way from year to year, the drop was more than 20 million, " McGuirk said . " The actual number, as I look at my pure accounting numbers, showed it 25 ( million ) . . . from 105 to 80 ."
  • Although some machines follow a template matching model ( e . g ., bank machines verifying signatures and accounting numbers ), the theory is critically flawed in explaining the phenomena of image constancy : we can easily recognize a stimulus regardless of the changes in its form of presentation ( e . g ., "'
  • In the short run, some executives even manipulated accounting numbers ( e . g ., Enron, Global Crossing ) to achieve this goal . NYT article 2005 In the long run, executives outsourced labor to reduce costs, then used the resulting cash flows ( from the labor cost savings ) to repurchase stock, thus increasing their own compensation as well as enriching shareholders.