from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Acquisition of money or other wealth.
- adj. Engaged or successful in acquiring wealth.
- adj. Actually or potentially profitable: a moneymaking business proposition.
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- adj. Profitable.
- adj. For profit.
- n. The act of making money, of profiting.
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But as an indication that more than pure moneymaking is under way, it is worth noticing.
This year, when revenue should be closer to $100 million, talking about beating back the threat is a severely tardy waste of breath, particularly if the goal is near-term moneymaking opportunities.
Yes, the major labels have been consistently ruled by people who have their fingers in their ears when it comes to the notion of change, and most of their digital initiatives up to this point have been failures; but simply tossing a "U SUCK" bomb in their direction when music startups-and, as some as the commenters on Malik's post correctly posit, the clueless venture capitalists who think that "disruptive" equals "moneymaking" - are just as guilty of wearing huge, honking blinders is not really the way to go when it comes to critiquing the digital-music sector as a whole.
6. I believe that what is called moneymaking is not wealth-making, but money-getting.
The pilot, created by Family Guy writer Nahnatchka Khan, stars Krysten Ritter as "the bi---" — that is, an eccentric girl with an usual moneymaking scheme.
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Thomas Cosgriff in particular had a superior instinct for business and moneymaking through diversification.
Over the years as blogging has grown into a full-time, moneymaking endeavor for many people, bloggers have discovered many different types of blog posts that draw traffic to your website.
Goldman Sachs has turned moneymaking into an art form ...
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