Washburn Company owns 75 percent of Metcalf Company s outstanding common
Washburn Company owns 75 percent of Metcalf Company’s outstanding common stock. During the current year, Metcalf issues additional shares to outside parties at a price more than its per share consolidated value. How does this transaction affect the business combination? How is this impact recorded within the consolidated statements?

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