How do the formats of the income statements shown on pages 33 and 50 of Benettons annual report differ from one another (disregard everything beneath the line titled income from operations)? Which expenses shown on page 50 appear to have been reclassified as variable selling costs on page 33? Why do you think cost of sales is included in the computation of contribution margin on page 33? Perform two separate computations of Benettons break-even point in Euros. For the first computation, use data from 2003. For the second computation, use data from 2004. Why do the numbers that you computed differ from one another? What sales volume would have been necessary in 2004 for Benetton to attain a target income from operations of 300 million? Compute Benettons margin of safety using data from 2003 and 2004. Why do your answers for the two years differ from one another? What is Benettons degree of operating leverage in 2004? If Benettons sales in 2004 had been 6% higher than what is shown in the annual report, what income from operations would the company have earned? What percentage increase in income from operations does this represent? What income from operations would Benetton have earned in 2004 if it had invested an additional 10 million in advertising and promotions and realized a 3% increase in sales? As an alternative, what income from operations would Benetton have earned if it not only invested an additional 10 million in advertising and promotions but also raised its sales commission rate to 6% of sales, thereby generating a 5% increase in sales? Which of these two scenarios would have been preferable for Benetton? Assume that total sales in 2004 remained unchanged at 1,686 million (as shown on pages 33 and 50); however, the Casual sector sales were 1,554 million, the Sportswear and Equipment sector sales were 45 million, and the Manufacturing and Other sector sales were 87 million. What income from operations would Benetton have earned with this sales mix? (Hint: look at pages 36 and 37 of the annual report.) Why is the income from operations under this scenario different from what is shown in the annual report?
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