Balance Sheet Oracle and Saps

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Balance Sheet as at 31st june, 2012 Oracle Corporation SAPS Corporation
Assets 2012 2011 2010 2012 2011 2010
Current Asset $ $ $ $ $ $
Cash & Short Term Investments 30.68B 28.85B 18.47B 6.915B 4.672B 3.185B
Receivables 6.377B 6.628B 5.585B 4.866B 4.118B 3.413B
Inventory 158.00M 303.00M 259.00M
Prepaid Expenses 1.935B 2.206B 1.532B
Other Current Assets 1.720B 695.87M 1.131B
Total Current Assets 40.02B 39.17B 27.00B 13.50B 9.486B 7.729B
Fixed Assets
Gross Property, Plant & Equipment 5.419B 5.095B 4.648B
Accumulated Depreciation 2.398B 2.238B 1.885B
Net Property, Plant & Equipment 3.021B 2.857B 2.763B 2.160B 1.926B 1.912B
Long Term Investments 147.82M
Goodwill & Intangibles 33.02B 29.41B 29.75B 14.95B 14.28B 8.253B
Other Long Term Assets 1.67B 1.015B 798.00M 1.124B 844.60M 1.033B
Total Long Term Assets 38.30B 34.36B 34.57B 18.88B 18.03B 11.60B
Total Assets 78.33B 73.54B 61.58B 32.38B 27.51B 19.33B

Liabilities 2012 2011 2010 2012 2011 2010
Current Liabilities
Current Portion of Long Term Debt
Accounts Payable 438.00M 494.00M 775.00M 1.364B 1.206B 714.03M
Accrued Expenses 2.002B 2.32B 1.895B 527.87M 212.48M
Deferred Revenues 7.035B 6.802B 5.90B
Other Current Liabilities 2.963B 3.426B 2.976B 6.851B 5.398B 3.714B
Total Current Liabilities 15.39B 14.19B 14.69B 8.743B 6.817B 4.909B
Long-Term Liabilities
Total Long Term Debt 13.52B 14.77B 11.51B
Deferred Income Tax 3.119B
Other Long Term Liabilities 5.328B 4.326B 1.059B 5.212B 6.868B 2.150B
Total Long Term Liabilities 18.85B 19.10B 15.69B 5.937B 7.717B 2.438B
Total Liabilities 34.24B 33.29B 30.38B 14.68B 14.53B 7.347B

Shareholder's Equity 2012 2011 2010 2012 2011 2010
Common Shares Outstanding…...

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