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Can anybody tell me exactly how to figure out EBITDA and EBIT? Is EBITDA the same as Operating Income? IS EBIT = EBITDA - Deprciation and Amortization?
What is the relationship between Operating Income and Operating Cash Flow (not Cash Flow from Operations)

The reason I ask is because I am continously reading about companies doing M&A and LBO's and I wanted to get some clarification. For example, when companies are figuring out cash flow, are they using EBITDA or EBITDA - Capital Expenditures or EBITDA - Capital Expenditures - additions to Net Working Capital.

Any thoughts??
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