(TCO C) Assume that on January 1,20X3, investors form New Corp agrees to consolidate the operations of ABC Inc. and DEF Company in a deal valued at $2.2 billion. New Corp organizes each former entity as an operating segment. Additionally, ABC has two divisionsâ ABC Hot and ABC Coldâ along with DEF that are treated as independent reporting units for internal performance evaluation and management reviews. New Corp recognizes $215 million as goodwill at the merger date of January 1, 20X3 and allocates this entire amount to its reporting units. That information and each reporting unit’s acquisition-date fair values are as follows.
New Corpâs Acquisition-Date Fair Values
Reporting Units Goodwill January 1, 20X3ABC Hot $ 22,000,000 $950,000,000ABC Cold 155,000,000 748,000,000DEF Company 38,000,000 502,000,000 In December, 20X3, News Corp, a newspaper company, performs an analysis for each of its three reporting units to assess potential goodwill impairment. News Corp examines the events that may affect the fair values of its reporting units. The analysis reveals that the fair value of each reporting unit likely exceeds its carrying amount except for ABC Cold. The goodwill impairment test then reveals that ABC Coldâs fair value has fallen to $60 million, well below its current carrying amount. News Corp compares the implied fair value of ABC Coldâs goodwill to its carrying amount. News Corp needs to determine the implied fair value of goodwill. The fair value of ABC Coldâs net assets as of December 31, 21X3 is shown below.
ABC Cold December 31, 20X3, fair value $60,000,000Fair values of ABC Cold net assets at December 31, 20X3:Current assets $ 5,000,000Property 40,000,000Equipment 15,000,000Subscriber list 10,000,000Patented technology 1,000,000Current liabilities (4,000,000)Long-term debt (10,000,000)
Required: What is the implied fair value of goodwill for ABC Cold? (2) What is the carry value of the assets of ABC Cold before impairment? (3) What is the impairment loss of ABC Cold?