- n. Plural form of revenue.
“The current decline in revenues is not because of declining demand.”
“Over ten years, an estimated $1 trillion in revenues is lost due to the use of tax havens and the government must make up for this shortfall.”
“Look at the rise in revenues!", they chirp, while not noting that real per capita revenues were the same in 2006 as they were in 2001.”
“BL: How does Garena generate revenues from a platform?”
“Some multinational and Indonesian companies hope to boost revenues from the sale of carbon credits.”
“TV studios get a large part of their revenues from the fees cable and satellite companies pay to transmit their content, so they are reluctant to anger powerful customers by making content available through alternate channels.”
“Here, too, the Operating Companies could discriminate by providing more favorable access to the local network for their own information services than to the information services provided by competitors, and here, too, they would be able to subsidize the prices of their services with revenues from the local exchange monopoly.”
“Of these, four have found traction and have brought in revenues of $50 million.”
“JAL, Asia's largest carrier by revenues, is undergoing a drastic restructuring and negotiating for further government support after racking up billions of dollars in losses.”
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