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Acct 592 - Financial Accounting & Reporting Seminar

 

 

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Tentative Schedule Acct 592 – Spring 2011
 To obtain a printer-friendly version of original syllabus Syllabus Acct 592 Spring 2011 (pdf) However, this file is not the official schedule and changes/enhancements will be made only on this ON-LINE version. So check frequently.

TEAMS at bottom of this page

Date 2011

Topic

Assignments

Thurs
13-Jan

 

Class 1

Course Introduction

Introduction: Research using the ASC (pptx)

Another resource: Quick FASB Codification Guide - McGladry Pullen.pdf

Discuss: 98-9 Sour Grapes & Interest Costs &
 99-4 The Eye of the Potato

FASB up-date:  Lecture: Accounting Changes (ppt)

“Warm-up” research cases:
98-9 Sour Grapes & Interest Costs

99-4 The Eye of the Potato

Please prepare the “warm-up cases” BEFORE today's class - so that my lecture will make a bit more sense - see email sent Tuesday to all registered students.

For next class, prepare to discuss:
Case 10-1 Solvgen 

Tues
18-Jan

 

 

Class 2 

Discuss the following case:
Case 10-1 Solvgen

Looking ahead to first case write-up: 07-2 Western Aluminum This case is on a change in accounting principle. Do some research for next class but don't worry about the completing the work papers on pages 4-6 yet)

TERM PROJECT FILES:
VLT project Spring 2011.docx (Iincludes 2 related assignments on options & EPS which aren't due for quite awhile yet)
VLT project - DATA for students (xlsx)

I want you to write up the solution to 07-2 Western Aluminum to be turned in Th. Jan. 27 - You will attach the completed work papers to a letter to the Controller explaining your decision regarding the last 3 bullet points under the requirements on page 3 of the case.

The write-up of Case 07-2 will be due Thurs Jan 27  - we'll discuss requirements this week. I want to be able to give you feedback on how to write up cases before you turn in the Lucent case solution.

Thurs
Jan 20 

 

Class 3

We will briefly discuss the ASC research parts of Western Aluminum (not the numeric part)

Read and prepare to discuss:
Lucent Loses Its Luster (question 1 & 3)
 

Bring journal entries written up for Part 1 of the Lucent case and also attempt to create the Statement of Comprehensive Income (part 3) in writing. This may be the first time you have ever tried to prepare one! We will check numbers during class and you will a chance to make corrections before submission.  

Tues
25-Jan

 

Class 4

Continue discussion:
Cases: Lucent Loses Its Luster

Financial Instruments (quick review of FASB exposure draft and comments from chair Leslie Seidman in Jan 25, 2011 webcast)

Review: Accounting for Income Taxes including FIN48 and IFRS  (ppt)

Accounting for Income Taxes (doc)– Notes & Examples – bring copy of EXAMPLE facts to class with you even if you bring laptop  - we may not get to this example until Thursday

Turn in at least TWO versions of Selden's Stmt of Comprehensive Income (Lucent Case) today or Thursday. Groups of 2-4 students acceptable for this part of the case work but not for the case write-up.

You will be turning in individual solutions to items 4-6 in the Lucent case, in the form of a professional memorandum (6) with supporting attachments (4, 5, research notes) DUE DATE TUES Feb 8 (individual work)

  Date

Topic

Assignments

 Thurs
27-Jan

 

Class 5

 Accounting for Income Taxes (doc)– Notes & Examples – bring copy of EXAMPLE facts to class with you even if you bring laptop

Blank work paper for deferred tax problems, Starr One Inc. - Deferred Tax Example (xls)

StarrOne-from class S11.xlsx

     SIMILAR HOMEWORK PROBLEM = Tu Shu Inc.

 07-6 Graphic Inc.(read so you can ask questions about how to prep for discussion next class)

Matrix from class (with improvements)

Lifting the Fog - Acctg for Uncertainty in Income Taxes (PriceWaterhouseCoopers) - on FIN 48.  This new standard MAY be applicable to the AxCess Unlimited case or the 07-6 Graphic Inc case. Here is a comparable newsletter from Deloitte & Touche: KPMG Defining Issues 2006 on FIN48

Slides from KWW13th Ch19 Deferred Taxes (pptx) If you haven't previously studied deferred taxes, I suggest you work several homework problems in an intermediate accounting textbook and check answers in the solution manual (KWW 12th & 13th editions are available)

Read case 07-06 which we will discuss on next class so you can ask me questions regarding requirement for class discussion on Thursday.

Reminder: Western Aluminum case (7-02) is due no later than THURSDAY Jan 27 BY 6 PM. I want to start grading (at home) first thing in the morning!

Last Chance: If you haven’t already done so, turn in at least two versions of variations of Lucent's statement of comprehensive income for me to check (minor HW grade)

Tues
1 Feb

 

 

 

Class 6

Deferred Income Taxes – continued

We'll grade the Tu Shu homework problem quickly at the beginning of class (3 years)

Cases to research for class discussion:
07-6 Graphic Inc. (BRING ANALYSIS)

Case: 09-9 Bricks & Mortar  (USE WORK PAPER IN CASE)
 

Due today:  Solution for Tu Shu Deferred Tax Homework Problem

Read both cases and do some ASC research on the answers.

For Case 07-6 Graphic Inc.  You will need to create a MATRIX that provides the positive and negative evidence regarding the decision. This needs to be in writing BEFORE you come to class.  HERE IS A BLANK FORM YOU CAN USE TO ORGANIZE YOUR ANALYSIS.

For Case 09-9, make an attempt to fill in the numbers on the working paper included on page 5. That will involve some ASC research regarding uncertain tax positions

Thurs
3-Feb

 

Class 7

 

Finish up Bricks & Mortar case (see email)

Read and prepare for class discussion Questions 1-6 from Restricted Stock versus Stock Options: The Case of Jones Apparel Group Inc.

Click here for an article by Mintzberg that says we should get rid of executive bonuses & options (optional)

Introduction to Stock Based compensation: ASC 718 Stock-based Compensation (pptx) including IFRS comparison

Stock-based Employee Compensation - Examples(MSWord file) - BRING PRINTOUT OF EXAMPLES WITH YOU TO CLASS– includes HW assignments A, B & C  (we will start with these examples if we have time)

Turn in completed worksheet for Case 09-9 - I wanted to see your "correct" answers!  This is a minor HW grade. Doesn't need to be fancy!

Read about stock-based compensation in an intermediate textbook. There's usually only a few pages of very superficial coverage.

Prepare to discuss questions 1-6 in the Restricted Stock versus Stock Options: The Case of Jones Apparel Group Inc. - this will be brief

 

Date

Topic

Assignments

Tues
8-Feb

Class 8

Stock-based Employee Compensation - Examples(MSWord file) - BRING PRINTOUT OF EXAMPLES WITH YOU TO CLASS– includes HW assignments A, B & C  - to be continued

Example 1 solutions (Stock-based Compensation)

 ASC 718 Stock-based Employee Compensation NOTES (doc) (MSWord notes - might be useful for you)

Turn in Lucent Case Solution Today (see row for Jan 26 - this will be a memo answering questions 4-6. Take into account any feedback I provided on your Western Aluminum case write-up.

 

Thurs
10-Feb

Class 9

 

Stock based compensation (con’t)

We will continue with examples from Feb 8 - in addition:   (We did Example 2 Solution (Stock-based Compensation) but we are running a bit behind and need to do Examples 3 and 4 next Tuesday.

Prepare to discuss questions 7-10 in Restricted Stock versus Stock Options: The Case of Jones Apparel Group Inc.

http:/www.cbe.uidaho.edu/tgordon

Homework A  (SFAS No. 123R) – "major" assignment due by next Tuesday (Feb 16) - has par value now in top part of question

You should also be working on Homework B assignments in Stock Based Compensation Examples must be can turned in no later than 3 PM on Feb 19 (Friday). 

Note case assignments for next Thursday.

Tues
15-Feb

 

Class 10

 

Stock based compensation - Option Pricing Models

We need to finish graded vesting Examples 3 & 4 today

Example 3 solution (Stock-based Compensation)

Solution Example No 4 graded vesting (S10 version)


Discussion of research questions in HW A 

We will do BSOP on Thurs if there is time after the presentations, otherwise, next Tuesday

Issues in Implementing BSOP by M. Reyes with Data/model in Excel (try it out for Jones Apparel)

Bring the Jones Apparel Group case – we’ll be looking at question #11 today and any other unfinished questions

Black Scholes Model with Boeing & JNY data (JNY=Jones Apparel Group)  You can add the monthly, weekly and daily stock price information for VLT to the file from:<VLT stock prices (xlsx)>

turn in Homework A (liability awards)

HW A - solution - Spring 2011 (pdf)

Read something about the Black Scholes model – In addition to the case at left, there is helpful material within SFAS No. 123 – esp. the original version and there is plenty of good stuff on the internet, for example: http://bradley.bradley.edu/~arr/bsm/model.html

The Black Scholes assignment is item #1  in the  VLT Option Plan Assignments (docx) and it is due Thurs Feb 25 (along with the journal entries - item #2). You can also use the excel file to do the Jones Apparel estimate of the fair value of their options. Stock prices to use for BSOP assignment: VLT-S11-stock_prices.xlsx

 

Thurs
17-Feb

 

Class 11

 

"Practice" Presentations - related to stock based compensation

07-4 Murray Corporation
Aydt, Cicrich, Dimeler, Haack, Hallett, Hansford

Case 07-5 Springboc Corporation
Harnett, Hasenoehrl, Hatch, Hunt, King

Case 05-9 Spend-More
Kleffner, Lu, Martin, Michaelis, Peterson, Popplewell

Case 08-2 Sooner or Later
Scott, Sherk, Taylor, Wu, Zing, Zong

BSOP (see class 10 row) if there is time

Read all 4 cases so you'll follow the presentations!

Each group will prepare a 10-15 minute presentation. At least 2 people from the team should "speak." Provide a handout for the rest of the class. One page would be fine (saves paper) but some groups prefer to distribute ppt slides. Your object is to teach the rest of the class how to research the question and what you believe to be the best answer

Due Friday by 3 PM: Homework B Note that two share-based compensation assignments are due soon.  Homework B can be turned by 3PM Friday.  There will be a late fee if not turned in until Tuesday because I want to return them to you so you won't make the same errors (if any) on HW-C

Date

Topic

Assignments

Tues
22-Feb

 

Class 12

 

 

Finish any stock option material (BSOP maybe from class 10 row)

A quick review of earnings per share  Earnings per share for Acct 592 (ppt) including IFRS comparison

Earnings per share – bring copy of examples EPS Notes and Examples (docx)

EPS - HW (basic algorithm) - problem #4 in above file in excel format - for homework.

EPS HW solution (pdf) (graded in class Mar 1)

 Reminder: HW-C (revised 2009) (major assignment - individual work only) is  due in one week on Tuesday Mar 1.  This is a long assignment - don't leave it until the last minute!

 

Thurs
24-Feb

 

Class 13

PROF OUT OF TOWN - A day to work on projects and assignments

Assignments to the right will be accepted through Monday Morning, February 28 and there is another assignment due TUESDAY March 1

 

 REMINDER: VLT Option Plan Assignments (docx) - parts 1 and 2 are due by Tuesday Morning (Mar 1) 9:30 AM - a grade will be assigned to each part as one of the "minor homework" assignments. Remember HW-C is due next Tuesday.

Tues
Mar 1

Class 14

Advanced EPS: Dealing with Stock Based Compensation.

This will be from Earnings per share Examples (#5 EPS with share-based compensation)

File with a "better" way to do ASC 260-10-55-69 ASC Illustration 8 (better way) (xlsx)

Cliff Vesting Options Example - EPS - solution (this one is an older but more concise version but same answers as we did together in class today.

Due today:   SFAS123R HW C (major assignment – individual work only) Turn in your T-Accounts with the journal entries-- prove to yourself and to me that your journal entries "worked out" and arrived at the correct ending amounts! Can be turned in Thurs   day with 5 point late fee.

Due Today (if not already submitted): EPS - HW (basic algorithm) (The link is an excel file  with suggested supporting working papers).  (This is a "minor" homework problem - individual work only). 

Thurs
 Mar 3

Class 15

It looks like we need to talk about FAIR VALUE (FAS157) before doing pensions:  Fair value measurements (FAS157) pptx

Prepare to discuss:
Case Snowy Ridge Ski Resort (docx) (If it doesn't look right, use pdf version but ignore last several pages: Snowy Ridge Ski Resort (pdf). I thought it might be easier to copy facts from a "doc" version so I used a translation program. We will use this case to "practice" determining some fair values. NOTE: CONCENTRATE ON ITEMS 3 & 4 FOR TODAY

A quick review of pension accounting: Pension and other Postretirement Benefits (pptx) ASC Topic 715

BRING VLT pension facts & working papers file (paper or laptop)

Turn  in HW-C (with 5 point late fee) if not already submitted.

The VLT - Earnings Per Share assignment S11.pdf    is officially due AFTER spring break but we have already covered all necessary material.  Try to have the first two or three problems worked and I will provide check figures next week (in case you've made errors)  INDIVIDUAL (NOT GROUP) ASSIGNMENT!

Tues
Mar 8

Class 16

Complete review of pension accounting and disclosures

Discuss Case 10-8 AB&D Company (not an ASC research case - relates to auditing "fair values" and D&T refers to the auditing literature) NEVER DISCUSSED

Pension Example & HW - under SFAS No. 158 (xls) bring printout of Pen1 problem and two copies of work paper OR problem on your laptop to class today. INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT

Prepare to discuss Case 10-8 based on fair value review last Tuesday

CHECK FIGURES FOR VLT EPS RESEARCH PROJECT ITEMS #1 BASIC = 12.41, #2 DILUTED = $3.61

 

Date

Topic

Assignments

Thurs
Mar 10

Class 17

Ethics Discussion (related to stock-based compensation and EPS)

Caravan International: stock repurchase plan with impact on EPS – (don't print last 4 pages of file) Caravan International: stock repurchase plan with impact on EPS  (a partially completed excel file we'll use)  - let me know if you want the "improved" solution that includes diluted EPS and I'll send by email

AICPA_ethics_decision_tree_2002.pdf

Read, research and prepare to discuss assigned case.

Turn in solution for VLT - Example & HW on Pension & OPEB (xlsx) (minor assignment) by no later than Tues Mar 22 - INDIVIDUAL WORK

CHECK FIGURES FOR VLT EPS RESEARCH PROJECT ITEM 3 - WA shares of common = 21,549,167

Tues
15-Mar

Spring Break

Work on PROJECT assignments! For example, you could draft the pension footnote based on the pension assignment.  Obviously, the most crucial one is the  EPS assignment which is due Tuesday after spring break

Thurs
17-Mar

Spring Break

Tues
22-Mar

 

Class 18

 

Earnings management and multiple deliverables

Cases for discussion:
Xerox Inc  (pdf) - cookie jar reserves - In our class, we will focus on Questions 1, 2 & 5. Marla will have class discussion (or other assignments) related to the more purely auditing questions (3-8)

07-3 Columbia On-Line Networks (Part 1) and (Part 2)   You may be discussing Part 3 as part of your auditing class (unless Marla just uses Xerox instead). There are two handouts related to the case (HO 1) (HO2). Marla Kraut will let you know when the auditing part will be discussed.

Earnings Per Share Research Project is due TODAY THIS IS AN INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT (Accepted through Thursday's class but 10 point late fee)

I also extended the due date for the pension and OPEB homework to today - so don't forget to turn in your 6 working papers. Again, this is INDIVIDUAL (not group) assignment.

Read case and prepare for class discussion

Thurs
24-Mar

 

Class 19

 

Read, research and prepare to discuss the following cases.

04-8 Drug King (FAS133)
05-2 Minority Inc  (FAS150)

It would be a good idea to BRING LAPTOP to do additional research on the cases as we do group discussions/presentations

 

If you are not prepared to discuss these cases, I will have to make them a written assignment - so please do your research and bring NOTES!

 

Tues
29-Mar

Class 20

Statement of Cash Flow – Review
-  I'll bring handouts (very elementary example)

Procedures for Direct Method SCF.docx  Students who took Acct 414 at UI should be familiar with my working paper format but others may find this helpful.

Other practice problems from Acct 414 (with solutions) include:

Camperdown SCF Problem (doc) (Excel WP for Students

Gadgets Galore - SCF Problem  here is an excel worksheet but it doesn't have any fancy formulas:  Excel Working Paper (Gadgets Galore); Solution for Gadgets Galore Example

 

Notes-SCF and/or review chapter on Statement of Cash Flows in intermediate accounting text (if necessary)

Assignment: SCF HW (minor) - Driskoll - due at beginning of Tues April 6 - plan to grade in class

If the example we did in class seems insufficient, I strongly recommend that you work Wenatchee Whirlpool World problem which has the most detailed solution - before attempting the "Orofino Outfitters." take-home quiz


 

Date

Topic

Assignments

Thurs
31-Mar

Class 21

 

Group Presentations (Set 2 - Day 1)

Case 10-4 Lack of Information
Aydt, Behren D
Hartnett, Margie Lou
Lu, Xi 
Sherk, Mason Chadwick
07-7 Porky's Revenge
Cicrich, Wade Joseph
Hasenoehrl, Andrea Michelle
Martin, Todd Christopher
Taylor, Scott Michael

Absence counts double today

Everyone should read all cases to be presented.  A handout for the audience should be distributed. I also need copy of ppt presentation slides (electronic)

Plan for 15 to 20 minute presentations

About a 6th of the class will be turning in the formal write-ups of these cases. Remember, the cases will not be accepted after the beginning of class!

Formal case writeups by:
Case 10-4 = Dimeler, Haak, Hallett, Hansford
Case 09-6 = Hatch, Hunt, King, Kleffner

Tues
5-Apr

 

Class 22

 

Statement of Cash Flows – more advanced examples

Grade SCF HW (minor) - Driskoll during class so bring PAPER copy with you  Driskcoll SCF wp solution

Example we'll work on today will concentrate on the issue of stock-based employee compensation . BRING LAPTOP OR PRINT A COPY OF THE "PARTIALLY COMPLETED" SHEET IN FILE TO RIGHT:

solution: Storage Options FROM CLASS S11.xlsx

SCF - Storage Options Corp. (we'll use the "partially completed" version during class but file includes blank working paper). (CHECK FIGURE CFO=$440,000)

Thurs
7-Apr

 

Class 23

 

Group Presentations (Set 2 - Day 2)

Case 09-5(a) Pit Stop Closed
Dimeler, Keith Patrick
Hatch, Erik Todd
Michaelis, Jacob Dale
Wu, Yang 
Case 09-5 Pit Stop Sold
Haack, Kenneth 
Hunt, Kristal Dawn
Peterson, Rachel Clarisa
Xing, Ruolin 

Absence counts double today

Everyone should read all cases to be presented.  A handout for the audience should be distributed. I also need copy of ppt presentation slides (electronic)

Plan for 15 to 20 minute presentations

About a sixth of the class will be turning in the formal write-ups of these cases. Remember, the cases will not be accepted after the beginning of class!

Formal case writeups by:
Case 09-5a CLOSED = Aydt, Cicrich, Popplewell, Scott
Case 09-5 SOLD = Hartnett, Hasenoehrl, Zong

Tues
12-Apr

Class 24 

Stmt of Cash Flows - dealing with AOCI reported after tax (as it is supposed to be!)

 
Portland Pens - SCF with after-tax AOCI & FAS158 pension (doc) Print this facts file even if you plan to use laptop in class. Working Paper for Portland Pens SCF Example (xls)
CK FIGURE CFO=2,282,000

Portland Pens - SOLUTION

Portland Pens SCF solution from class.xlsx

Take-home SCF Exam: Due April 20 (Wed. by 10 AM)  Orofino Oufitters Inc. - SCF - Take home Quiz (doc file has the additional information facts). Orofino Outfitters Inc. - blank xls SCF working paper  CHECK FIGURE: CFO=$555,000   Getting help from other students is NOT ACCEPTABLE for this take-home exam

Thurs
14-Apr

 

Class 25

 

Group Presentations (Set 2 - Day 3)

Case 09-8 Classified Information
Hallett, Joshua Jae
King, Kevin Grant
Popplewell, Joseph Duane
Zong, Qin 
Case 09-1 Velocity Cellular
Hansford, Amy Lucille
Kleffner, Janet Marie
Scott, Melanie Michelle

Absence counts double today

Everyone should read all cases to be presented.  A handout for the audience should be distributed. I also need copy of ppt presentation slides (electronic)

Plan for 15 to 20 minute presentations

About a sixth of the class will be turning in the formal write-ups of these cases. Remember, the cases will not be accepted after the beginning of class!

Formal case writeups by:
Case 09-8 = Lu, Martin, Michaelis, Peterson
Case 09-1 = Sherk, Taylor, Wu, Xing

Continue work on take-home and/or VLT statement of cash flows


 

Date

Topic

Assignments

Tues
19-Apr

Class 26

 

Read, research, and prepare to discuss the following case on statement of cash flow

08-1 Go with the Flow

Advanced Whirlpool Design- partially completed  for  S11xlsx.xlsx   This example illustrates the items discussed in Case 08-1 but most transactions are the same as Wenatchee Whirlpool World posted earlier

From Class today Advanced Whirlpool Design solution (xlsx)

 

 

Take-home SCF exam is due no later than NOON Wednesday, April 20 Orofino Oufitters Inc. - SCF - Take home Quiz  - be sure to have the "I didn't cheat" signed statement attached to assignment. So it MUST BE ON PAPER.

 

Thurs
21-Apr

Class 27

meet with prof on project day

Cases on Impairment Losses

10-2 Eagle Impairment Loss

Reminder: Financial Statements Disclosure Project due by Friday 4:00 PM April 30

Read case and prepare for discussion. We'll work through some of the numbers during class. Do some ASC research before you come to class, primarily related to the questions in Part 1

Tues
26-Apr

Class 28

 

meet with prof on project day

International Issues For Financial Reporting

Case: Making the Right Comparisons: Novartis AG  (IFRS case)

Read case and prepare for discussion. We'll work through some of the numbers during class. Do some ASC research before you come to class, primarily related to the questions in Part 1

Thurs
28-Apr

Class 29

 

Impairment Issues

Impairment tests under US GAAP & IFRS.pptx

Continue with Snowy Ridge Ski Resort case from March 3  - We will do impariment tests under US GAAP and IFRS

First Motors Corporation: A Class room case on Impairments & fair value measurement
First Motors (facts for quantitative questions in xlsx) - for use during class:  My plan is to go over the Snowy Ridge case and then have you work in groups to solve the similar situation for First Motors - using facts in the excel sheet. So bring laptop if possible.

Re-read/review the Snowy Ridge Ski Resort Case. If you have time, read the First Motors case and prepare to discuss the first question and maybe the 2nd question - we'll do the computations in groups during class. The subject matter is very similar to the Snowy Ridge Ski Resort case.

Friday
April 29

Official Due Date for VLT Corporation Project

check figure for Cash From Operations (CFO) on SCF = 226,429,069

Please remember to bring me an UNBOUND copy for grading plus the "official" version to be saved for posterity. No late penalty if received by noon Monday May 2

Tues
3-May

Class 30

Case Presentations (Set 3)

09-3 Venturing into Consolidations
Aydt, Behren D
Hatch, Erik Todd
08-5 Sell-It-Products
Cicrich, Wade Joseph
Hunt, Kristal Dawn
Scott, Melanie Michelle

Absence counts double today

Everyone should read all cases to be presented. 

Case presentations about 20-25 minutes each

A handout for the audience should be distributed (including professor).

Copy of ppt file should be sent electronically to professor. Also electronic copy of handout.

Thurs
5-May

Class 31

Case Presentations (Set 3)

05-1 It's Close Enough, Inc.
Dimeler, Keith Patrick
King, Kevin Grant
Sherk, Mason Chadwick
06-2 Convertme Inc. 
Haack, Kenneth 
Kleffner, Janet Marie
Taylor, Scott Michael

Absence counts double today

Everyone should read all cases to be presented. 

Case presentations about 20-25 minutes each

A handout for the audience should be distributed (including professor and ADVISORY BOARD guests).

Copy of ppt file should be sent electronically to professor. Also electronic copy of handout.

Mon
May 9
Final Exam Period

Note change in start time- we begin at 3 PM  

Case presentations (Set 3)

06-12 Outsourcing Services Inc.
Popplewell, Joseph Duane
Hallett, Joshua Jae
Lu, Xi 
05-3 Cherry Pop (should have "banana" entity - new version
Hansford, Amy Lucille
Martin, Todd Christopher
Xing, Ruolin 
10-5 Danle Corporation (Changed)
Hartnett, Margie Lou
Michaelis, Jacob Dale
Zong, Qin 
10-3 Restructuring Costs
Wu, Yang 
Hasenoehrl, Andrea Michelle
Peterson, Rachel Clarisa

Absence counts double today

Final exam period – regular classroom – 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Everyone should read all cases to be presented. 

Case presentations about 20-25 minutes each

A handout for the audience should be distributed (including professor).

Copy of ppt file should be sent electronically to professor. Also electronic copy of handout.

 TEAMS for VLT "big" project:

1. Kevin King, Todd Martin, Scott Taylor, and Ken Haack

2.  Joe Popplewell, Amy Hansford, & Kristal Hunt

3.  Melanie Scott,  Roulin (Sabrina) Xing,  Andrea Hasenoehrl, Rachel Peterson & Kathy (Qin) Zong

4. Mason Sherk, Janie Kleffner, Josh Hallet, and Behren Aydt
 
5. 
Keith Dimeler, Erick Hatch, Wade Cicrich, Lucy (Xi) Lu

6.  Jacob Michaelis, Yvonne (Wu) Yang, and Margie Hartnett

 




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