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gross

 [grōs]
coarse or large; visible to the naked eye.

Gross

(grōs),
Ludwik, 20th-century U.S. oncologist. See: Gross virus, Gross leukemia virus.

gross

(grōs),
Coarse or large; large enough to be visible to the naked eye; macroscopic.
[L. grossus, thick]

gross

(grōs)
Coarse or large; large enough to be visible to the naked eye.
[L. grossus, thick]
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The reason for the drop in gross margin since is the introduction of new or revamped products across Apple's entire range of products.
Both in gross margin dollar contribution and in-store sales contribution, foodservice in 2014 grew its importance to single stores compared to the prior year.
A firm with a 4% gross margin would have to increase units sold by about a third to offset a 1% decrease in price.
Hsin Chih-ping, Hon Hai spokesman, attributed the increase in the third quarter's consolidated gross margin to change in the product makeup and increased efficiency, including the increased shipment share of high-priced products.
"Sure, the report shows there is low activity, especially for the network division, but seeing the gross margin bouncing back is definitely a relief," Laporte.
We view the results as moderately positive, since the outperformance was driven by an increase in gross margin, which may prove unsustainable, while SG&A costs dynamics was quite in line with the forecasts.
Trina Solar said its third-quarter gross margin percentage would rise to the mid-20s after slipping to the low 20s in the second quarter.
"I still think that this is possible, even if it is in the lower end of the range," the chief executive said, adding that the gross margin is what the company has best control over.
Gross margin in the third quarter of 2010 was 85% of revenues, compared to a gross margin of 82% in the same quarter of 2009.
No business performance measure is more universally recognised than the gross margin. What is it and why is it considered so important?
Though operating profit edged down because of lower gross margin, bottom-line results still beat Wall Street's forecast, and robust sales growth prompted management to reconfirm its sales and earnings guidance for the full fiscal year.
Rural telecommunication carriers of all sizes are faced with a huge challenge nowadays of managing carrier cost and gross margin by line of business and territories.