Earned Revenue

Earned Revenue

Revenue a company derives from its operations. For example, if a company sells its inventory and receives money, it is earning revenue. This contrasts with revenue from other sources, such as the company's investments, and from profit, which is revenue less expenses.
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ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Railway has earned revenue of 4653.
Exchange of ticket for boarding pass: On the exchange of a ticket for a boarding pass (or when the ticket ages beyond 12 months), T recognizes the entire face value of the voucher as earned revenue.
For its last fiscal year ending May 31, 2006, Proyectar Connect earned revenue of USD $8.
With our pre-paid model, agents and travel executives can rely on receiving their earned revenue literally for the first time.
More than 110 operators of all sizes in North America use Intec's InterconnecT CABS CG for maximizing earned revenue collection from the provision of local loop facilities.
According to industry estimates, medical groups lose up to five percent of their hard earned revenue on claims paid at less than the contract rate," said Jamo Rubin, M.
The Company has also earned revenue from the sale of Synthetic Calcium Carbonate ("SCC") samples, which amounted to $28.
Communication Services Market Overview and Future Outlook, reveals that the market earned revenue of $379.
com), North American Power Distribution Unit Markets, reveals that the market earned revenue of $162.
Earned revenues (36%) and donations and gifts (15%) were much smaller sources of revenue for organizations in Ontario.
Even if the $60,000 could be found, another $300,000 would be required to keep the doors open through the fall until Nutcracker single tickets started generating significant earned revenues.
In 2005, the Southeast Asian cogeneration equipment market earned revenues of $814.