Business Track: Dig into companies with financial statement shortcuts
A company's financial statements are meant to communicate to investors how a business works, how successful it has been and what to expect in the future. But rather than stating it outright, the financial statements often require hands-on analysis and careful reading to draw meaningful conclusions. Cara Lombardo, The Wall Street Journal's mergers and acquisitions reporter and a Certified Public Accountant, will lead the class through several easy shortcuts to spot the types of red flags that can lead to big stories.
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Cara Lombardo covers mergers and acquisitions for The Wall Street Journal in New York. She previously covered activist hedge funds and the beverage industry. Before becoming a journalist, she worked as an auditor at PwC and is a licensed CPA. She has an undergraduate business degree and graduate degrees in accounting and journalism, all from the University of Wisconsin.
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