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Top Line

Informal; revenue or sales. The term is used most frequently in connection to earnings reports, where revenue is listed at the top and profit at the bottom.
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Though the process described above works well to stop the cash bleed, bring the cost structuring into alignment with revenues, provide a manageable balance sheet and address prominent management weaknesses, there are times when one of the main causes of troubles is a declining top line.
Mark Warburton, corporate partner at Dickinson Dees in York, said: "We were delighted to have been able to advise Top Line in the sale of their business, which has proved successful for all concerned.
The Minnesota Wild slowed the Ducks' top line in the opening round, but the line rebounded big-time against the Canucks, who were without two of their top defensemen, Kevin Bieksa and Sami Salo, because of injuries.
There is a path by which CEOs can lead their metalcasting businesses to much higher levels of success and profitability, and it begins with the elemental understanding that bottom line profits are far more important than volume and top line revenues.
Howard Safir, chairman of GVI, said, "Our customers require top line, seamless capabilities for their monitoring systems.
Translate our sustainable raw material base into top line impact.
At full draw, line up the top line (back line) on the animal's back, look to see which distance line (20, 30, 40 yard) the animal's belly is closest to, and that's how far away it is.
Top Line Process Equipment Company, 21 Valley Hunt Drive, Lewis Run, PA 16738.
However, top line growth should be bolstered by positive mix effects from a successful trade-up strategy and by a spattering of late 2006 and early 2007 price increases related to continued escalations in metals, particularly zinc, and in categories with dominant shares.
The top line was below the consensus numbers, but they delivered on EPS,'' said Soham Pandya, who follows the biotech sector for Susquehanna Financial Group, a New York investment bank.
The Jetrion products are currently anticipated to show top line growth of 30-40 percent in 2007 and again have an immaterial impact to pro forma earnings as EFI makes investments to expand the Jetrion product line and distribution.