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|Subject: Book Value & Bondholders||Date: 8/28/2011 6:56 PM|
|Author: dsstao||Number: 3775 of 3799|
If a company has a book value of $1 billion, and $500 million in debt, would shareholders receive $1 billion upon liquidation, or only $500 million?
The core question is - is debt accounted for in a company's book value?
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