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Rank Company Industry Revenue* Bad Debt Allow DSO Ops Cash as % of Rev Current Ratio Debts/ Assets CSI Score
1 Arena Resources Inc
Tulsa, OK
Oil/Gas-Independent 208,859 0.0% 20.05 84.9% 4.52 0.18 1.00
2 Monolithic Power Systems Inc
Los Gatos, CA
Semiconductor 160,511 0.0% 20.73 24.7% 5.53 0.16 1.00
3 Tessera Technologies Inc
San Jose, CA
Semiconductor Equip 248,291 0.4% 21.65 27.6% 7.21 0.11 1.00
4 Gen-Probe Inc
San Diego, CA
Medical Equip/Supplies 472,695 2.1% 25.79 37.7% 13.49 0.06 1.00
5 United Microelectronics
Hsinchu City, Taiwan
Semiconductor 3,071,496 0.1% 31.62 46.7% 5.37 0.15 1.10
Rank Industry No. of Comp Write- Offs Int'l Sales Bad Debt Allow DSO Ops Cash as % of Rev Current Ratio Debts/ Assets CSI Score
1 Semiconductor 89 51% 70.00% 3.2% 41.56 15.0% 4.69 0.33 2.18
2 Diagnostic Substances 10 83% 15.80% 3.1% 58.23 18.0% 4.96 0.22 2.29
3 Biotechnology 17 147% 25.60% 2.4% 58.09 23.0% 4.77 0.37 2.32
4 Mining/Quarrying 28 14% 27.80% 1.4% 35.44 21.0% 1.77 0.54 2.45
5 Oil/Gas-Independent 63 27% 3.60% 2.3% 37.09 57.0% 1.20 0.56 2.46

Recent Articles

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The Nigerian government took the unusual step last week of urging the country's telecommunications companies to become publicly listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) face regulatory penalties, according to an article in Bella Naija, a Nigerian online media outlet.


Troubles at Toshiba Corp highlight problems with Japan's conglomerates and why they have much lower market values than those in other nations of the world.

Japanese conglomerates have market values much lower than their counterparts in the United States, Europe and South Korea despite trading on one of the largest, most advanced exchanges in the world, according to research by CreditPulse.


The main force behind intensive banking regulations in recent years is stepping down to pave way for Trump appointee. "Zombie banks."

Daniel Tarullo, the heavy-handed Fed governor who has been a nightmare for the U.S. banking system, will be resigning his board seat in April he wrote in a letter to President Donald Trump last Friday.


The last full quarter of GDP under President Obama grew 1.9% capping off another sluggish year in the slowest post-recession expansion since World War II.  "American's spoke loudly and clearly..."

U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the total value of all goods and services produced, increased at an annual rate of 1.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the advance estimate released yesterday by the U.S. Commerce Department.


Ratings firm analyst sees stable outlook for China in 2017 but warns things could change quickly if economic imbalances continue.  "A rise in financial fragilities."

"The concern in China is high and stable growth has been accompanied by a rise in imbalances in financial fragilities one of which is a buildup in debt, which is now 200 percent of GDP or higher depending on how you measure it," said Stephen Schultz, the head of APAC sovereigns at Fitch Ratings.


One of the business world's top negotiators talks about the disadvantages of multilateral negotiating and why the 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a bad deal for the United States.

Wilbur Ross Jr., the chairman and chief strategist of W.L. Ross & Co., a private-equity firm, has amassed a fortune over the past 15 years by purchasing bankrupt companies in old-line manufacturing industries such as steel, textiles and auto parts and rehabilitating them, often turning a profit by selling to overseas investors many in China.