Business: Earnings

Managements throughout the land last week were reporting to their stockholders how earnings had fared during 1932. In many a case it was a question of how little the corporation had lost, in others big profits compared to much bigger ones in 1931. A few concerns were able to boast that, for them, 1932 had been a better year than 1931.

General Tire 6 Rubber Co., always the envy of the rubber industry, reported a $202,353 profit for the fiscal year ended Nov. 30. In the previous year it lost $444,063. This year's...

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