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Business Analysis Part I

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Business Analysis Part II
En el siguiente ensayo se estará analizando los estados financieros de Costco Wholesale, en donde se evaluara y se resumirá la situación financiera de la misma. Se contestara sobre que se ha aprendido de la información financiera de la empresa, si existe alguna preocupación sobre la misma y como esta información le sirve a un gerente para seguir de manera competitiva en el mercado y la competencia. También se estará comparando con dos empresas de su competencia como: Best Buy Co., Inc. & Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; se darán las ventajas o desventajas tecnológicas de las mismas y como la globalización afecta las estrategias de las empresas.
Al analizar el Balance Sheet ...view middle of the document...

Sus ingresos les permiten pagar sus obligaciones y dividendos y les sobra una cantidad razonable para poder aumentar su capital.
Cuando la compañía es comparada con otras de competencia, debería tomar en cuenta que hay otras empresas que se encuentran más sólidas en el mercado y deberían revisar sus estrategias para generar más ganancias y por ende puedan aumentar más su capital.
Como gerente me sirve para hacer un análisis y auditar las estrategias ya establecidas por la compañía y establecer nuevas con el fin de mantener nuestro excelente servicio, reducir costos y gastos y poder generar más ganancias e incrementar el capital.
La s compañías con las que se comparara Costco Wholesale son: Best Buy & Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Best Buy, es una empresa que se dedica a vender artículos electrónicos, artículos de oficina, programas de computadoras y negocios, juegos electrónicos y otros servicios relacionados. Cuenta con operaciones en Estados Unidos, Turquía, China, México, Europa y Canadá. Tiene un equipo de trabajo de 180,000 personas.
Al analizar los estados financieros de Best Buy, demuestra activos de $17,849 millones, un total de $10,557 millones en deudas y un capital de $7,292 millones. Demuestra unos ingresos de 50,272 millones. Generando una ganancias netas de $1,277 millones esto representa una reducción de 3% debido a la restauración de 147 tiendas. Y demuestra un total de $1,103 millones en efectivos y sus equivalentes para el año 2011. Es una empresa que se encuentra solida pero al momento de compararla con Costco, esta última está más sólida económicamente.
Al analizar Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. vemos que esta es una empresa que podría compararse más con Costco en relación a servicios, productos y marcas ofrecidas. Wal-Mart Stores, opera bajo un mercado de tiendas minoristas en varios formatos como minorista, Supercenters, tiendas de descuentos, y Sam’s Clubs. Cuenta con tiendas en Puerto Rico, Reino Unido, Nicaragua, México, Japón, China, India Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Chile, Canadá, Brasil, Argentina y su sede en Arkansas y cuenta con un equipo de trabajo de 2.1 millones de personas.
Al analizar sus estados financieros Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. cuenta con un total de activos de $180,663 millones y un total de $109,416 millones en deudas y un capital de $71,247 millones. También...

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