DreamWorks Animation: Financial Analysis Part 4

As our final installment of the DreamWorks Animation Financial Analysis series, this post will tie up our final two sections and provide an executive recommendation. Up to this point, we’ve discussed DreamWorks Animation’s corporate structure, financial reports, working capital management, the costs of debt and capital, stock valuation, mergers and acquisitions, and multinational operations.

Part 4

To complete our  financial analysis, this post will cover:

Corporate Taxation: company tax imposed on income or capital raised in domestic and foreign activities

Investor Relations: department of a company devoted to handling inquiries from shareholders and investors, as well as others who might be interested in a company’s stock or financial stability

Executive Recommendations: final recommendation on financial analysis and complete slide deck

Corporate Taxation

pdf version here

Investor Relations

Executive Recommendations and Report

pdf version here

Full series available here

Thank you to those who have followed our series since the beginning. We plan on publishing another similar financial analysis series for a different publicly traded company.

After our financial analysis on DWA, what other recommendations would you make to DreamWorks Animation? Explain your thoughts in the comments below.

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