Definitions

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  • Earnings Before Interest, Taxes and Amortization

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Examples

  • Management of the Company evaluates performance of its business units based on EBITA, which is the primary indicator used to plan and forecast future periods.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • Management of the Company evaluates performance of its business units based on earnings before interest, income taxes and amortization excluding certain items ( "EBITA"), which is the primary indicator used to plan and forecast future periods.

    Business Wire Travel News

  • "EBITA" means earnings before interest expense, income taxes and amortization.

    News

  • The company's EBITA for FY2011 rose 45 per cent to Rs 120.6 crore from Rs 83.1 crore in fiscal 2010.

    Morning News Roundup

  • EBITA in Asia, Africa and Latin America, on an organic, constant currency basis, increased 29%, 23% and 16% respectively.

    Emerging Markets Lift SABMiller

  • Still, the group's EBITA fiscal-half margin fell 0.1% to 17.2%, even as it will be broadly flat in the second half.

    Emerging Markets Lift SABMiller

  • We are not changing our numbers at this point following [statement which] implied a higher EBITA than we were provisionally expecting for the first half, but had a noticeably hesitant tone on outlook.

    Persimmon climbs after update but it is cautious on outlook

  • Right now I would be pleasantly surprised if they managed to raise more money at 2 Billion dollar valuation. (40 times their proposed 50 Million dollar EBITA in 2009)

    Facebook App Revenues to Surpass Facebook.com Revenues in 2009. « The Paradigm Shift

  • "EBITA of €57 million was down €84 million from the first quarter of last year"

    Why is Universal freaking out?

  • Actually, on an operating basis excluding the non-recurring cash deposit recovery last year UMG's EBITA margin appears to have increased despite a decline in revenues.

    Why is Universal freaking out?

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