### Describe the change from the current and prior years

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Assignment

• Select one U.S. publicly traded company and review its most recent Annual Report. (You may use one of the three companies you selected for your Stock Journal assignment.)

o Use the Income Statement and Balance Sheet to determine the changes in:

- assets, liabilities, and equity
- total revenue and net income

o Briefly describe the change from the current and prior years in each of these key areas and determine if the changes would be positive or negative from an investor / stockholder's view.

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