(of a business or activity) Yielding profit or financial gain,
(of a business or activity) Yielding profit or financial gain
he'd had a profitable day
yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"
(profitableness) favorableness: the quality of being encouraging or promising of a successful outcome
(profit) derive a benefit from; "She profited from his vast experience"
(profit) the advantageous quality of being beneficial
make a profit; gain money or materially; "The company has not profited from the merger"
(profitability) profitableness: the quality of affording gain or benefit or profit
(Profit (accounting)) In accounting, profit is the difference between price and the costs of bringing to market whatever it is that is accounted as an enterprise (whether by harvest, extraction, manufacture, or purchase) in terms of the component costs of delivered goods and/or services and any ...
(Profit (economics)) In neoclassical economics, economic profit, or profit, is the difference between a firm's total revenue and its opportunity costs. ...
(Profit (magazine)) Profit is a Canadian business magazine aimed at entrepreneurs. It is published six times per year and, according to its website, focusses on "how to find opportunity and seize it", management practices, case studies and "access to peer groups".
(Profit (real property)) A profit (short for profit-à-prendre in Middle French for "right of taking"), in the law of real property, is a nonpossessory interest in land similar to the better-known easement, which gives the holder the right to take natural resources such as petroleum, minerals, ...
(Profit (TV series)) Profit is a short-lived American television series that aired on the Fox Broadcasting Company in 1996. The series was created by David Greenwalt and John McNamara, and starred Adrian Pasdar as the titular character, Jim Profit. ...
(The Profit) The Profit is a feature film written and directed by Peter N. Alexander. The film premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in France in 2001. ...
producing a profit
(profit) Total income or cash flow minus expenditures. The money or other benefit a non-governmental organization or individual receives in exchange for products and services sold at an advertised price; Benefit, positive result obtained; In property law, a nonpossessory interest in land ...
(profits) Collective form of profit
(PROFIT) An archaic word no longer in use.
(Profit (Gain)) positive amount of money gained for closing the position.
(Profit) A measure of the competence and ability of management to provide viable insurance products at competitive prices and maintain a financially strong company for both policyholders and stockholders. ...
(“Profit”) is the bottom line shared by all commerce, conscientious or not. In the original concept, within a sustainability framework, the “profit” aspect needs to be seen as the economic benefit enjoyed by the host society. ...
Profit occurs when income exceeds costs and expenses.
(Profit) The return received on a business undertaking after all operating expenses have been met.
(profit) The positive gain from an investment or business operation after subtracting for all expenses. opposite of loss.
(Profit) the money you've earned after you subtract a) any money you had to spend to make the product or perform the service. B) any taxes that had to be paid on your earnings.
(Profit) The amount of money you earn from your sales. For example, if you sell 10 videos at $47.00 each, and each costs $10 to produce and ship, your profit would be $37.00 per video or $370.00 total.
(Profit) What is left over for the owners of a business after all expenses have been deducted from revenues. Gross profit is the profit before corporate income taxes. Net profit is the final profit of the business after taxes have been paid.