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Archived Copies of Warranty Week
December 2002 to Today
Security Equipment Warranties:
Although big ticket military contracts don't usually include what we'd call product warranties, the maker so numerous other products that help protect people and property do pay claims and maintain warranty reserves. What follows are snapshots of the past six years of warranty expenditures for four of the market leaders in their respective corners of the security marketplace.
December 5, 2008
Auto Parts Warranties:
Despite the best efforts of the OEMs to push warranty costs back up the supply chain, auto parts makers still have some of the lowest claims rates around. Notable exceptions to this rule include diesel engines and aftermarket replacement parts such as mufflers.
December 13, 2005
While most of the major US-based manufacturers now include the warranty tables mandated by FASB FIN 45, at least one-in-five have chosen non-compliance. What happens to them? FASB says they can be called non-GAAP companies, but the SEC says little about enforcement plans.
December 29, 2003
Windfall for Warranty Managers:
FASB requires U.S. manufacturers to include never-before-seen details on product warranty costs and reserve fund balances.
June 2, 2003
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