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Industry CategoryRetail
Industry GroupCatalog & Mail Order Houses


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Standardized Financials


Intrinio provides professional-grade historical financial data. This data is standardized, cleansed and verified to ensure the highest quality data sourced directly from the XBRL financial statements. The primary purpose of standardized financials are to facilitate comparability across a single company’s fundamentals and across all companies fundamentals.

For example, it is possible to compare total revenues between two companies as of a certain point in time, or within a single company across multiple time periods. This is not possible using the as reported financial statements because of the inherent complexity of reporting standards.

Below is a preview of several data points from each financial statement, as well as a sample of our many calculated metrics:

Income Statement
Revenue$485.90 billion
Pre-Tax Income$11.33 billion
Net Income$11.61 billion
Net Income to Common$11.61 billion
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Balance Sheet
Cash$37.48 billion
Assets$419.73 billion
Liabilities$288.33 billion
Common Equity$131.40 billion
Liabilities & Equity$419.73 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
NOPAT$15.69 billion
EBITDA$50.18 billion
Price to Earnings$100.94
Price to Book$8.92
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Latest News


Intrinio provides up-to-date news articles on every US company from various sources. Here are several examples:

Target, Walmart, Amazon All Have the Same Big Idea

After multiple retailers struggled with excess inventory, they are now pushing to get a taste of the holiday shopping frenzy early. Inventory management proved to be disastrous earlier this year as Walmart suffered from an excess of bad inventory through the summer. Target also dealt with inventory that wasn't selling during the same period.

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Target, Walmart, Amazon Bring Christmas to October

The holiday shopping season will start in early October this year as the three major retailers all start their sales early.

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Better Dividend Stock: AT&T vs. IBM

AT&T (NYSE: T) and IBM (NYSE: IBM) both underwent dramatic transformations over the past year. AT&T divested DirecTV, merged WarnerMedia with Discovery to create Warner Bros. Discovery (NASDAQ: WBD) , and sold many of its non-core assets to prioritize the growth of its core telecom business.

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Is Snowflake Stock A Buy Amid Worries Recession Would Test Business Model?

The valuation of Snowflake stock, the biggest software IPO ever, remains controversial. Here is what technical analysis says about buying SNOW stock.

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3 Growth Stocks That Will Soar in the Next Bull Market

No one knows for sure when the next bull market will start, but we do know one thing: There will be another bull market eventually. While there have been several bear markets during that time, none of them have knocked the U.S. stock market off its growth trajectory. In fact, since the average length of a bear market is only about nine months, the current one, which began in early January when the S&P 500 peaked, has already lasted about as long as a typical bear market.

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