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Synonyms for unprofitably

without gain or profit

in an unproductive manner

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This culture is now challenged by philosophies that paradoxically disavow philosophical reflection in both higher education and a corporate ethos because the reflection unprofitably ponders questions such as "What is the good?
Unfortunately, the stories of how many more businesses failed by growing fast and unprofitably often remain unheard.
This evidence is not enough to demonstrate early mover advantage because insurers potentially could "buy" market share merely by operating unprofitably.
GameStop, within the next 12 months, plans to close 200 of its stores around the world, saying those outlets are operating unprofitably.
As a result of falling stable numbers it is understood the business has been trading unprofitably for several years.
The third--early stage of development--the firm is producing but often unprofitably.
Little Chef revealed sites earmarked for closure had been "trading unprofitably for a number of years due to a variety of economic and locational factors".
OThere were many years in the recent past in which GM won the sales title but operated unprofitably.
A spokesman for Little Chef reads: "The sites earmarked for closure have been trading unprofitably for a number of years due to a variety of economic and locational factors.
The sites earmarked for closure have been trading unprofitably for a number of years due to "a variety of economic and locational factors", the company said, but remaining sites are all trading profitably.
The company said that the sites earmarked for closure had been trading unprofitably for a number of years due to "a variety of economic and locational factors", although it said remaining sites are all trading profitably.
The third--early stage development--a firm is producing but often unprofitably.
Those stores that face the axe are believed to be units that have been trading unprofitably for some time.
Chapter 4 unprofitably investigates John Payn and tries to identify his purloined blue gown with that worn by Cade himself.
37) Three-quarters-of-a-century before Becker developed the trope of 'human capital' to explain all life-choices economistically, Freud had likewise figured libido--alias energy, desire, or the life-force itself--as a form of liquid capital that might be saved or spent, productively invested in labour, expended without return in orgasm, or locked up unprofitably, like a sleeping asset, in the unconscious by neurosis.