GMAT Practice Question Set #5 (Question 13-15)

GMAT Integrated Reasoning  >  Table Analysis Question # 13: Financial Statement Metrics  
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The table below gives information for 9 publicly traded companies in the same industry. The following metrics are expressed in millions of US Dollars ($): Market Capitalization, Revenue, and Net Income.  

The market capitalization (market cap) is as of June 1, 2012 while other income statement metrics (revenue and net income), are as of Dec 31, 2011. The number of employees is as of December 31, 2011.

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Company Name Market Capitalization Employees Revenue Net Income
Cool-Go
174,565
28,077
11,660
4,204
iPay
34,925
27,770
7,672
348
Sahara
31,964
56,200
14,835
476
InterPactive
14,408
3,200
6,373
(206)
Yoohoo
25,473
14,100
5,113
660
iQuantive
6,356
250
493
188
TripleClick
3,100
457
232
72
Techniqa
1,285
369
713
49
LeftMedia
850
167
222
31
 

For each of the following, select Yes if the statement is true based on the information provided; otherwise select No.

Yes

No

 

Cool-Go has the highest revenue per employee.

If profit margin is defined as the ratio of net income to revenue, Cool-Go has the highest profit margin.

If earnings yield is defined as net income divided by market capitalization, Cool-Go has the highest earnings yield.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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