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Lowe’s Companies Inc. BUAD 341, Section, and Meeting Time Student Name Date Due Table of Contents Introduction 1 Theme 1 History of the Firm 1 Product Line of the Company 2 Industry History and Analysis 3 United States has experienced booms as well as recessions in the building industry where Lowe’s operates…


Many of the firms involved in the construction industry underwent through tremendous changes and growth during this period. 3 Major Competitors 3 NACIS Numbers 3 Relative Sales 4 Relative Returns 5 Product Life Cycle 5 Stock Performance 5 Works cited 6 Introduction The main aim of this paper is to analyze Lowe’s performance in terms of products offered, financial performance against major competitors and the industry in general and assets base. Lowe’s, being the second largest home improvement company in the united states, has a number of advantages and disadvantages against the market leader, Home Depot. While drawing the forecast for the company’s performance, this report will make an assumption that industry trends and performance will remain as they were for the past 3 years. Theme The management of Lowe’s company strategically placed the company’s product line to focus on home improvement tools and equipment through a restructuring process that took place in the mid-1940s. Providing a range of home improvement products including name branded products and national branded equipment, Lowe’s home improvement company is the second leading home improvement company in the United States from Home Depot Company. ...
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