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  1. How does a long tail become profitable?

    Understand what the long tail concept is and who pioneered it. Learn how a company using a long tail strategy becomes profitable.
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    Learn about the types of expenses that a company incurs. Understand the difference between capital and operating expenses, ...
  3. What will examining a company's cash flow from operating activities tell an investor?

    Understand what examining a company's cash flow from operating activities tells an investor. Learn why the cash flow statement ...
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