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That cash-flow figure could have been even worse if not for a nearly $300 million increase in accounts payable from the first quarter to $2.3 billion.
Even if the deal is successful, though, Mad Cow won’t be completely out of the woods: A recent audit of its books for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2016, shows the theater also owed $139,175 to credit cards and other accounts payable.
Capital that is tied up in court proceedings or accounts payable is not available to finance productive enterprise.
Failures of internal accounting controls caused financial statements to understate accounts receivable by at least $302,740 and understate accounts payable by at least $493,794.
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On April 25, Wigdor filed a second racial discrimination suit against 21st Century Fox, this time on behalf of Adasa Blanco, a Hispanic woman who formerly worked in accounts payable under Slater.
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