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profit and loss

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. An account showing net profit and loss over a given period.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A profit-and-loss statement; an income statement.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. an account compiled at the end of an accounting period to show gross and net profit or loss

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Examples

  • He united Aegis Media's five key media brands—Carat, Isobar, Posterscope, Vizeum and iProspects—under one profit and loss statement in order to better provide services from across the different brands to one client and attract more and larger contracts.

    Determined to be Independent

  • Malaita, the profit and loss account of social intercourse is calculated in homicides.

    THE TERRIBLE SOLOMONS

  • 'It must be worth it or we would not be here,' said Losenwoldt squelchingly, which I at least interpreted as ignorance of the profit and loss figures of the business.

    Smokescreen

  • As a final step in his comparative review of Indemsa’s Peruvian and Ecuadorian operations, Magyar examined their profit and loss statements Exhibit 6.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Producers, The production assistants production budgets above-the-line costsaccountingaverage costbelow-the-line costsand budget overrunsbudget topsheetand completion guarantee, inclusion ofcost-cuttingcost-escalation ofcostsfor independent moviesplanningpostproductionpreproductionprofit and loss scenarios (p&l’s)for television moviestime is moneyproduction designer production management crew hiredaily production reportsdocumentation during shootingplanningproduction periodsteps introubleshootingproduction manager profit and loss scenarios (p&l’s)

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

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