Banner Year

Banner Year

Slang; an extremely profitable or otherwise successful year for a person or organization. For example, the CEO of a company has a banner year if she helps her company rebound from bankruptcy to near-record profit in only 10 months.
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Calling 2013 a banner year, an Iraq-focused oil producer with Ras Al Khaimah-based holding, DNO International, has said its operating revenues hit a record of Dh1.
2006 has been a banner year for Denison in the acquisition of new programs, and we are pleased to complement the workforce of trained, dedicated employees with the tools they need to do their jobs efficiently," Norch said.
It has been a banner year for HDC, and as a result we are continuing to make record levels of investments in the future of all five boroughs.
The New Jersey MTA has had a banner year, punctuated by an innovative and successful Performathon
Heintz said the virus first appeared in Los Angeles County in 2003 and had a banner year in 2004 with 331 human cases and 14 deaths.
2005 was a banner year for League activism with nearly 100,000 e-mails going to Congress on the League's priority issues
By any measure, this was a banner year for DB asset returns, but with continued declines in interest rates, the plans' funded status have not recovered significantly," said John Ehrhardt, Milliman consulting actuary and principal.
When they closed the books on their 2003 fiscal year last September, Buckstone enjoyed a banner year exporting 10 containers worth of goods from Southeast Asia.
It may seem ironic, but 2001-02 turned out to be a banner year for positive visibility for the profession in California.
Texas Instruments Incorporated (NYSE: TXN) (TI) Internet Audio organization will celebrate a banner year having shipped its two-millionth Internet Audio digital signal processor (DSP) in late November 2000.
Meantime, it's been a banner year for fundraising dinners.
For the nation's 11,983 commercial banks, 1992 was a banner year.