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Find a company at http://finance.yahoo.com/ that your organization may consider a competitor. Then, using the example of high-low calculations for breakeven, calculate that organization's break-even point in sales dollars. Share your calculation with the class. What else does this information tell you about the organization?

Find a company at http://finance.yahoo.com/ that your organization may consider a competitor. Show the time series for revenues over as many years as you can find. Based on this time series, how is the company doing? How would you use this information to estimate how the company's revenues might look this coming year? What other information could you gather using a time series analysis?

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//Prior to calculating the competitor organization breakeven point, we will talk about the selected company and its competitors. So, firstly, we will write about the chosen company & its competitors under the heading of Introduction, For example: //

Introduction:

In 1933, Toyota Motors Corp. was established as a leading company in the automotive industry around the world that is based in Japan. In the market, it offers a variety of cars, trucks and minivans. The company's mission is to furnish safe & sound journey to the prospective customers through effectively designing, manufacturing and selling high technique products. The selected competitor of Toyota is Ford Motors that also works in the automotive industry (Toyota Motors, 2010).

//Above we have discussed about Toyota Motors, which is a leading car provider in the automotive industry throughout the globe. As per the directions, in this part, we will show the calculation of Toyota Motors' competitor organization's BEP in sales dollars.//

(Yahoo Finance)

The high- low cost volume split the mixed cost into two costs such as, Fixed and Variable cost. It reflects that the current financial status of the company depicts the declining trend in terms of sales. The calculated breakeven point ...

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The response addresses the queries posted in 869 words with references.

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