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The questions in this exercise are based on the Benetton Group, a company headquartered in Italy and known in the United States primarily for one of its brands of fashion apparel―United Colors of Benetton. To answer the questions, you will need to download the Benetton Group's 2004 Annual Report at www.benetton.com/investors.
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See attachment . Total Company Percentage Houston Dallas Sales $750,000 100% $150,000 100% $600,000 100% Variable expenses 405,000 54 45,000 30% 360,000 60% Contribution margin 345,
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