The McGraw-Hill 36-hour course : finance for nonfinancial managers

H. George Shoffner, Susan Shelly, Robert A. Cooke.

This fully revised and updated Third Edition helps managers understand what the numbers really mean--even if they have no experience in finance. "The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Finance for Nonfinancial Managers" walks readers through the essential concepts of finance, provides vital statements and reports, covers pro forma financial statements, and explains the auditing process.


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