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profit

the amount by which income exceeds expenditure.

profit sharing
profit sharing between a professional and a lay person is illegal in most countries because it is considered to be improper for a nonveterinarian to have any authority over the quality and style of the work of a professional person.
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Wu estimated LED industry will not likely grow until 2014 and China's profitless LED production with government subsidies will make 2013 another gloomy year for the LED industry.
By then, the military had sensed that the three ministers running the operation were dithering between embarking on a ground operation to finish what they started and giving in to the mounting international pressure to accept a profitless ceasefire.
Europe's airlines are experiencing profitless growth in a strategy to manage high fixed costs and taxes.
Tony Tyler, IATA's director general and CEO, said carriers in China, Latin America and the Middle East were growing strongly while Europe's airlines were experiencing profitless growth in a strategy to manage high fixed costs and taxes.
Europe s airlines are experiencing profitless growth in a strategy to manage high fixed costs and taxes.
A mindset has been fostered that has a pathological aversion to any profitless feature within society that fulfills basic human needs - particularly for those who are poor or who wish to live a simple life.
I was, and still am, tired of rants about politics, race relations and profitless soliloquies about the iniquities of the past.
It is a step over from the profitless engagements of the arithmetical.
Severstal closed the deal on selling of three profitless plants in the U.
But there is something odd in selecting a poem Benjamin barely mentions and in ignoring the allegory of writing that Algernon Swinburne discovered in"Une Martyre":"Allegory is the dullest game and the most profitless taskwork imaginable; but if so minded a reader might extract most elaborate meanings between the Muse of the writer and that strange figure of a beautiful body with the head severed.
For Mr King to base his beliefs on the pronouncements of another person seems profitless.
With Smith's invisible hand guiding myriad market participants possessing perfect information to profitless equilibria and vanishing returns, neoclassical economics gloomily forecast the end of growth.