segment-by-segment love



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  • It is surprisingly rare to find such controls even in the best-managed companies, which may explain why there is often considerable slippage between what is actually done and what management implicitly knows needs to be done—segment-by-segment—to satisfy customers properly.

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  • The five sub-steps require, respectively, a segment-by-segment assessment of:

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  • What is needed here is to see “how we are doing” on a more disaggregated segment-by-segment basis.

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  • Successively finer segmentation inevitably produces such allocation problems if management is interested as it should be in assessing segment-by-segment performance.

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  • All functions have to be managed in a way that is consistent with the overall defined market strategy segment-by-segment.

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  • In such a case, we may try to assess how existing and potential competitors are currently doing—just to provide an initial quantification of segment-by-segment attractiveness.

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  • So we weren't looking as we started the year for any major bump one way or the other on a segment-by-segment basis, because yes we're investing in some markets, and others we're getting a very nice contribution margin as we grow the sales as we're really able to lever our fixed cost.

  • To get a better understanding of what's popular with Canadians, segment-by-segment

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  • So a little different segment-by-segment but we still think there's positive growth there, and I will say on the larger issue of the great countries.

  • On a segment level, adjusted EBITDA is reconciled to income (loss) from operations per GAAP, rather than net income (loss) attributable to the shareholders of Penn National Gaming, Inc. and subsidiaries per GAAP due to, among other things, the impracticability of allocating interest expense, interest income, income taxes and certain other items to the Company's segments on a segment-by-segment basis.


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