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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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(3) We focus on the sole proprietorship type of firm since most textbooks assume this type of firm organization in presenting numerical examples of accounting and economic profit.
In fact, their analysis of the economic profits of 209 insurers around the world (property/casualty and life) reveals that 20 percent of the insurers created 90 percent of the overall industry profit.
In terms of their meaning, their two factors corresponded to "Success" and "Economic profits" of OGAS.
What is even more impressive is when we apply our Football Profitability IndexA[R] (FPI) calculation, which works out the economic efficiency of clubs in converting revenue into economic profit for every [pounds sterling]100 of revenue received.
The study examines whether firms with accounting profit (positive EAT) are also providing economic profit (positive EVA).
This relates to the distinction between economic profit and accounting profit.
"Prudent asset allocation based on risk-adjusted rate of return or economic profit is a good measure to determine if bank strategies are better aligned to risk and Basel III," Shenoy said, adding high quality assets and credit will be in greater demand, with banks competing with one another to attract the best credits to their books.
This study has been designed to investigate the impact of BT cotton cultivation on the profitability of small, medium and larger farmers in terms of gross margin, net revenue and economic profit in district Khanewal, Punjab, Pakistan.
According to Stern Stewart &Co (2008)--the consultancy company that promoted and developed this concept, the economic value added is a measure of economic--financial performance that gets as close as possible to the measurement of the real economic profit of the company, influencing directly the value of the company on the market.
EVA measures a firm's economic profit - it is profit after subtracting the full weighted average cost of capital and after correcting accounting distortions.
However, using DCF in conjunction with economic profit to establish benchmarks and reward performance at the business-unit level makes some sense.
The analysis focuses on the case where she "takes the plunge" and shows how economic profit is calculated.
"In a period of economic crisis, it is even more important to have a good tool limiting the risk that environmental protection is being dodged in favour of short-term economic profit. The Environment Committee vote has sent a strong and welcome signal in that direction," she said.
By extending the focus of economic development beyond simply profit maximisation, by considering people and the planet, we will be able to build a sustainable business models which will deliver long term societal benefits in addition to greater economic profit. So when it comes to women and entrepreneurship; by ensuring that the business model includes and promotes women at every level, we will be alleviating the level of unemployment, felt acutely by women, as well as adding real and tangible value to our companies."
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