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M3D2: Zebra Technologies Corporation

Prior to discussion activity you should:

  1. Textbook Chapter 3 (Schoenebeck & Holtzman textbook)
  2. Textbook Chapter 3 pages 97-113 (Fraser & Ormiston textbook)
  3. Presenting a Typical Income Statement
  4. Review module 3 powerpoint

Please discuss the following:

  • Review the Income Statement of the 2011 Zebra Technologies Corporation. Select two of the following questions to review/discuss:
    • Compute and discuss the growth rates of sales (last three fiscal years)
    • Compute and discuss the growth rates of operating costs (last three fiscal years)
    • Compute and discuss the effective tax rates (last three fiscal years)
    • Discussion summary points about Zebra’s profitability that might be used by an analyst or investor
    • Compute and analyze the Return on Sales (last three fiscal years)
    • Compute and analyze the Asset Turnover (last three fiscal years)
    • Compute and analyze the Return on Assets (last three fiscal years)
    • Compute and analyze the Gross Profit Margin (last three fiscal years)

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