“Revenue” in the news
|source of revenue|
Publications and example sentences
· Friends with virtual benefits: How arts organisations are rewarding their members in lockdown →
Yet when so much content is available to so many, how do organisations ensure that they continue to reward their most loyal supporters—those whose regular donations are a vital contribution to their revenue?
· Chatham Lodging sees steady improvement since late March →
Daily room revenue over the last week has been ~$220K and occupancy is currently at ~39%, according to slides from its REITweek presentation.
· ProPetro estimates 20 frac fleets operating in the Permian Basin →
Q1 pressure pumping revenue plunged 27% Y/Y to $387M while pressure pumping capital spending fell 52% to $39M.
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· Virus leaves the US travel industry struggling to recover →
With revenue all but dried up, U.S. airlines are burning through cash and planning for layoffs this fall, when a no-layoffs provision in federal aid to the carriers will expire.
· The Need For Critical Thinking In Investing →
For me, the basic changes are in revenue, margins, asset turnover, and cost of capital.
· Eltek Ltd. (ELTK) CEO Eli Yaffe on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
Our revenue in the first quarter of 2020 rose to $9.2 million from $8.7 million in the first quarter of 2019.
· C.H. Robinson: Under Pressure →
It's well diversified with more than 119,000 customers across a wide variety of industries and has low customer concentration with its top customer representing less than 2% of net revenue.
· Premiership rugby players cleared to start physically-distanced training →
The PGB had been concerned a training restart would require cash-strapped clubs to take players off furlough but the government confirmed that would be required only when matches resume and some revenue returns.
· Overjet raises $7.85M for its dental-focused AI tech →
I’m super curious how many new customers the startup can gain this year, and how fast it can scale revenue, as well.
· IPO Update: Dada Nexus Drives To $264 Million U.S. IPO →
Selling & Marketing expenses as a percentage of total revenue have been highly variable as revenues have increased, as the figures below indicate: