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D1 Tables: Etsy versus Amazon in
the Market for ‘Artisan’ Goods

Amazon Balance Sheet

All numbers are quoted in thousands

Period Ending 12/31/2015 12/31/2014 12/31/2013

Current Assets

Cash And Cash Equivalents 15,890,000 14,557,000 8,658,000

Short Term Investments 3,918,000 2,859,000 3,789,000

Net Receivables 6,423,000 5,612,000 4,767,000

Inventory 10,243,000 8,299,000 7,411,000

Total Current Assets 36,474,000 31,327,000 24,625,000

Long Term Investments – – –

Property Plant and Equipment 21,838,000 16,967,000 10,949,000

Goodwill 3,759,000 3,319,000 2,655,000

Other Assets 3,373,000 2,892,000 1,930,000

Total Assets 65,444,000 54,505,000 40,159,000

Current Liabilities

Accounts Payable 30,781,000 26,266,000 21,821,000

Other Current Liabilities 3,118,000 1,823,000 1,159,000

Total Current Liabilities 33,899,000 28,089,000 22,980,000

Long Term Debt 8,235,000 8,265,000 3,191,000

Other Liabilities 9,926,000 7,410,000 4,242,000

Total Liabilities 52,060,000 43,764,000 30,413,000

Stockholders’ Equity

Common Stock 5,000 5,000 5,000

Retained Earnings 2,545,000 1,949,000 2,190,000

Table1. Amazon Balance Sheet

Amazon Income Statement

All numbers are quoted in thousands

Table 2. Amazon Income Statement

Treasury Stock -1,837,000 -1,837,000 -1,837,000

Capital Surplus 13,394,000 11,135,000 9,573,000

Other Stockholder Equity -723,000 -511,000 -185,000

Total Stockholder Equity 13,384,000 10,741,000 9,746,000

Net Tangible Assets 9,625,000 7,422,000 7,091,000

Revenue 12/31/2015 12/31/2014 12/31/2013

Total Revenue 107,006,000 88,988,000 74,452,000

Cost of Revenue 71,651,000 62,752,000 54,181,000

Gross Profit 35,355,000 26,236,000 20,271,000

Operating Expenses

Research Development – – –

Selling General and Administrative 33,122,000 26,058,000 19,526,000

Operating Income or Loss 2,233,000 178,000 745,000

Income from Continuing Operations

Total Other Income/Expenses Net -206,000 -79,000 -98,000

Earnings Before Interest and Taxes 2,027,000 99,000 647,000

Interest Expense 459,000 210,000 141,000

Income Before Tax 1,568,000 -111,000 506,000

Income Tax Expense 950,000 167,000 161,000

Net Income 596,000 -241,000 274,000

Preferred Stock And Other Adjustments – – –

Net Income Applicable To Common Shares 596,000 -241,000 274,000

Cash Flow

All numbers are quoted in thousands

Table 3. Amazon Cash Flow Statement

Period Ending 12/31/2015 12/31/2014 12/31/2013

Net Income 596,000 -241,000 274,000

Operating Activities, Cash Flows Provided By or Used In

Depreciation 6,281,000 4,746,000 3,253,000

Adjustments To Net Income 2,486,000 1,363,000 1,181,000

Changes In Accounts Receivables -1,755,000 -1,039,000 -846,000

Changes In Liabilities 12,608,000 6,898,000 5,315,000

Changes In Inventories -2,187,000 -1,193,000 -1,410,000

Changes In Other Operating Activities -6,109,000 -3,692,000 -2,292,000

Total Cash Flow From Operating Activities 11,920,000 6,842,000 5,475,000

Investing Activities, Cash Flows Provided By or Used In

Capital Expenditures -4,589,000 -4,893,000 -3,444,000

Investments -1,066,000 807,000 -520,000

Other Cash flows from Investing Activities -795,000 -979,000 -312,000

Total Cash Flows From Investing Activities -6,450,000 -5,065,000 -4,276,000

Financing Activities, Cash Flows Provided By or Used In

Dividends Paid – – –

Sale Purchase of Stock – – –

Net Borrowings -3,882,000 4,426,000 -617,000

 Discussion: Managing Emotions in the Workplace

Emotions can be highly advantageous to both individuals and the workplace. It can be incredibly positive to have energetic and enthusiastic individuals in an organization, but it can also be counter-productive and destructive. 

Initial Post

Assess what emotions “are” and the potential damage they can create in the workplace. Then, most importantly, offer two (2) strategies supervisors and managers can teach employees to use to control their most destructive emotions better and describe how supervisors can best train their employees in using those strategies.

Post your initial response by Wednesday, 11:59 pm ET.

Response Post

Read through the post of your peers and select a minimum of two to discuss the impact technology has on how our emotional responses and personality are expressed. Your responses are due by Sunday, 11:59 pm ET.

Evaluation

It is important that you review the Discussion Rubric and read the Discussion Posting Guide. These documents lay out the basis for how you should engage in discussions and how you will be evaluated.

All discussions combined are worth 20% of your final course grade.