# Sears Holdings Corp. (SHLD) Message Board

• iwantpepsi2003 iwantpepsi2003 Sep 21, 2012 4:06 PM Flag

## Sears financials in 1953 to 2013

A review of one of my past posts....

Sears Financials in 1953:

Sears sells merchandise for \$100.
Sears cost of production is 4/5 of the price.
What is Sears profit?

Sears Financials in 1963:

Sears sells merchandise for \$100.
Sears cost of production is 4/5
of the price, or \$80.
What is Sears profit?

Sears Financials in 1973:

Sears exchanges a set L of merchandise
for a set M of money.
The cardinality of Set M is 100.
Each element is worth one dollar.
Make 100 dots representing
the elements of the set M.
The set C, the cost of production,
contains 20 fewer points than
the set M represent the set C
as a subset of set M and
What is the cardinality of the set P of profits?

Sears Financials in 1983:

Sears sells merchandise for \$100.
Sears cost of production is \$80
and Sears profit is \$20.
Your assignment: underline the number 20.

Sears Financials in 1993:

By running Sweatshops,
Sears makes \$20.
What do you think of this way of making a profit? What is wrong about it?
Topic for participation after answering the
question: How did the domestic workforce and their families feel as their jobs were shipped overseas and south of the border?
Is that a HUGH Truck in the mirror, or
is it walmart?

Sears Financials in 2003:

Sears sells merchandise for \$100. Sears
cost of production is \$120. How does Arthur Anderson determine that Sears profit margin is \$60. And, how many documents were shredded to achieve this number?
20 point bonus question,
Did anyone see the