American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Not having been audited: an unaudited financial statement.
- adj. Not audited.
- un- + audited (Wiktionary)
“According to the Federal Reserve Board press release, the Fed's net income in 2009 was $52.1 billion and they returned $46.1 billion to the US Treasury for operating expenses of $8 billion (these numbers are "unaudited" and subject to change).”
“Although Facebook doesn't publicly release earnings, unaudited figures circulated to private investors put its net income at $350 million for the first nine months of last year, or 143 times earnings; presumably the company's earnings were even higher for the full year, likely bringing the multiple down more.”
“NAB said the group's unaudited net profit for the latest quarter ended Dec. 31 was A$1.6 billion.”
“Longtop said annual reports filed in 2008, 2009 and 2010 would now be "considered unaudited" and that the company no longer has any reports "with current reliable financial information available to the investment public.”
“HTC, which also makes phones running Microsoft Corp. software, said its unaudited net profit rose to 17.52 billion New Taiwan dollars US$609.4 million in the second quarter from NT$8.64 billion a year earlier.”
“The company posted an unaudited net profit of 14.83 billion New Taiwan dollars US$511.9 million for the three months ended March 31, compared with NT$5 billion a year earlier.”
“Fiscal 2011 figures remain unaudited at press time.”
“Norilsk released July 22 a limited version of its unaudited 2010 financial results, later than in previous years and later than its Russian peers.”
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