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ReplyTerry.tang.sc@google - 2 months ago
I don't see the 32.6B.
ReplySZoltan - 5 months ago
Hi, I've been looking at IBM's financial data trend. A few discrepancies (or maybe my misunderstanding) i have found, and would appreciate some feedback on this. 2010 cash flow statement data is completely empty. As balance sheet:Other long-term liabilities meant to be the balancing line between the distinct items and the total long term liabilities, but it does not add up. For example, 2012 this is to be 7.6B (SEC filing/ARs have consistent details), while in the 10Y financial snapshot it showed at 32.6B. Could you please help me understand why it is so.

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