@MWN I should have made my points in a cleaner way. I was an expert on Enron and it's accounting irregularities were not a surprise to me although I never thought they would go BK. I like to focus on revenues because they are more tangible than the expense side of the ledger. When I do a forensic accounting analysis on a company as a general rule I trust the revenues more than the expenses. A talented cost accountant can work wonders with how costs are allocated and very different pictures can be presented depending on how costs are allocated between the men's and women's divisions, the extent to which they are capitalized, etc. That is why I focused on the top line revenues, which on the surface show that the revenues generated by the women are above the men's side for 2020. I will never have the detail needed to assess the cost allocation but that is what the lawsuit should enable the women to do through discovery.