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cost-of-goods-sold

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  • To say that there's no leverage in the Research in Motion model is an understatement given the fact that year-over-year revenue growth has not exceeded cost-of-goods-sold growth in any quarter during the last three fiscal years.

    Minyanville

  • People make it work with less but you'll never flourish with a fully loaded COGS (cost-of-goods-sold) over 35 percent.

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  • As a result, they began seeing huge improvements in cost-of-goods-sold as trained professionals scanned the markets for price, managed supply-chains of goods, leveraged the trade-offs between volume and price, and generally took a long-term approach to raw materials purchase.

    ERE.net

  • As a result, they began seeing huge improvements in cost-of-goods-sold as trained professionals scanned the markets for price, managed supply-chains of goods, leveraged the trade-offs between volume and price, and generally took a long-term approach to raw materials purchase.

    ERE.net

  • Speculation only adds to the cost-of-goods-sold and reduces the tax base.

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  • Since the finder's fee does not add any value to the product being sold or the service being performed, it is not added to the cost of the product or service and not treated as a cost-of-goods-sold item for tax reporting purposes, Savoy adds.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • As a result, they began seeing huge improvements in cost-of-goods-sold as trained professionals scanned the markets for price, managed supply-chains of goods, leveraged the trade-offs between volume and price, and generally took a long-term approach to raw materials purchase.

    ERE.net

  • As a result, they began seeing huge improvements in cost-of-goods-sold as trained professionals scanned the markets for price, managed supply-chains of goods, leveraged the trade-offs between volume and price, and generally took a long-term approach to raw materials purchase.

    ERE.net

  • Speculation only adds to the cost-of-goods-sold and reduces the tax base.

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  • Speculation only adds to the cost-of-goods-sold and reduces the tax base.

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