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    CVP Analysis of Article on Tripod.com

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    Company is Starbucks.

    Review the following site for a summary of the computation of contribution margin.
    Calculating the Break-Even Point and the Contribution Margin, Retrieved October 28, 2008 from: http://members.tripod.com/devryproject/BreakEven.htm
    This site is a detailed slide presentation of cost-volume-profit analysis.
    Cost-Volume-Profit-Analysis, Retrieved October 28, 2008 from: http://www.mhhe.com/business/accounting/garrison/Student/olc/garrison9emgracct_s/ch06s_cs.html
    Review this site for a discussion on the preparation of a contribution form of income statement.
    Contribution Margins, Retrieved October 28,2008 from: ttp://www.toolkit.cch.com/text/P06_7520.asp
    Click here for two simple income statments in Excel format. Note that more detail may be required in the case.
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    For additional insight and background information, refer to the following article in the library. It gives a detailed example of the application of contribution margin to real-world decision making.
    Quain, B., Sansbury, M.W., LeBruto, S.M. (1999) Revenue Enhancement, Part 4, Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, 40(3):38-47.

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    The answer clearly explains the concept of CVP analysis, Break even point and also reviews the article publised in Tripod.com

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