- Fiscal year 2005 had 52 weeks, versus 53 weeks for FY 2004.
- 2005 earnings per share included charges amounting to -$0.04 per share for discontinued operations. 2004 included a one-time benefit of $0.18 per share, along with a -$0.02-per-share charge for an accounting change.
Income Statement Highlights
|FY 2005||FY 2004||Change|
Balance Sheet Highlights
|Assets||FY 2005||FY 2004||% Change|
|Cash + ST Invest.||$208||$609||-65.9%|
|Liabilities||FY 2005||FY 2004||% Change|
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