My opponent thinks IMAX's
IMAX isn't a Sony
Let's not link Regal
My opponent's revenue-per-share numbers lack one piece of significant information: That big jump in shares in 2003 was the exchange of 5.8 million shares for $47.9 million in debt plus interest. By taking debt off the balance sheet, the company's debt rating was upgraded two levels by Moody's and Standard & Poor's.
IMAX has improved its balance sheet, added a yearly blockbuster film lineup to bolster system sales, and shown three straight years of year-over-year system-sales gains. With expected 25% annual growth, this company is rightly categorized as a Rule Breaker.
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