profit


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Synonyms for profit

make money

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benefit

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profit from something

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something beneficial

something that contributes to or increases one's well-being

something earned, won, or otherwise acquired

the quality of being suitable or adaptable to an end

to make a large profit

to derive advantage

to be an advantage to

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If Americans really do want to do something about such "obscene" profits, they should buy shares of stock in oil companies.
Economic Profit = ($240,000 - $140,000) X 12 = $1,200,000
This simple insight, that price should be based on value and not cost, is the first step to recovering hidden profits.
If the taxpayer fails to produce two profit years in the seven-year period, the courts examine nine factors identified in Regs.
Similarly with respect to choosing the profit-maximizing amount of labor; over the range of labor for which marginal revenue product exceeds marginal labor cost for a rpm, the hire of additional labor will increase total profit because total revenue will increase more than total cost; over the range of labor for which marginal revenue product is less than marginal labor cost, the hire of less labor will increase total profit.
5% and an operating profit margin of 12%, for example, far exceeded the results of Ford and GM.
Despite these short-term challenges, banks willing to extend their profit horizons can grow beyond their current role as distributors and position themselves to realize significant underwriting profits over the long term.
Profit refers to his investment philosophy as a value strategy with a growth overlay, meaning that he screens for solid companies at good prices.
However, these responsibilities do not add up to profit responsibility because so many of the factors which influence profits are not included.
For example, losses of one member of an affiliated group may be offset against the profits of other members, and intercompany gains may be deferred until the property involved or the selling member leaves the group.
Brown & Brown is divided into 50 profit centers nationwide, throughout 11 states.
That's exactly what Eugene Profit got last November when his Profit Lomax Value Fund opened shop.
Those who fear that the business ethic and profit motive might, indeed will likely, destroy the social mission of hospitals and undermine the tradition of medicine will want to try and stop this trend.