EBIT

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EBIT,

n the abbreviation for earnings before interest and taxes.
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Another difference between FCF and EBITDA and the primary difference between FCF and Cash Flows from Operations is that in a FCF calculation we deduct for Capital Expenditures.
EBITDA is not a measure of discretionary Free Cash Flow, nor is it a truly accurate measure of operational cash flows.
Another popular use of EBITDA is in aiding in the determination of the ability of a company to adequately service its debt.
The use of EBITDA became popular in the latter part of the 1980s when Leveraged Buyouts (LBO) became widespread (Luciano, 2003).
EBITDA can also be used in simple business valuations by utilizing what is known as the EBITDA multiple or Value/EBITDA multiple.
EBITDA increased 2% to US$28 million in the fourth quarter from US$27 million in the fourth quarter of 2005.
EBITDA decreased 5% to US$84 million versus US$88 million in the fourth quarter of 2005.
EBITDA increased 51% for the quarter to US$140 million versus US$93 million in 2005.
EBITDA decreased 10% to US$34 million for the quarter versus the comparable period in 2005.
Credit protection measures have improved over the last year, as better than expected subscriber growth has affected overall revenues and EBITDA positively, despite lower EBITDA margins when compared with previous years associated with increased subscriber acquisition costs (SAC).
31, 2005, consolidated revenues and EBITDA accounted for ARP2.