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COM100 Presentation One

A research guide for COM100 Presentation One: Where Does My Money Go?

APA Citation




Surchi, M. (2011). The temporary store: A new marketing tool for fashion brands. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 15(2), 257-270. doi:

Mergent Intellect

Mergent Inc. (n.d.). Apple, Inc.: Financial details report. Retrieved January 12, 2018, from Mergent Intellect database.

Apple Inc. (2017). Form 10-K 2017. Retrieved from Mergent Intellect database.

EDGAR (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission)

Apple, Inc. (2017). Form 10-K 2017. Retrieved from SEC EDGAR website


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