Topline growth

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Topline growth

Growth in revenues. Refers to overall growth rather than segment growth. Also see: Bottomline growth.

Topline Growth

An increase in a company's revenue over a given period of time. Topline growth does not necessarily indicate an increase in profit; if expenses at the same or a greater rate, topline growth could mean that profits remain flat or even decrease. See also: Bottomline growth, Top Line.
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Modest top line growth in personal care was offset by declines in household products.
Yesterday, RBC (RBCM RX - Sell) announced 3Q11 financial results indicating healthy top line growth of 29% YoY to RUB1.
Fantastic Corp saw its telco class end-to-end broadband service management products drive top line growth to new heights in the first half of fiscal 1999 to June 30, with revenue spiraling 256% to $6.
Firstly, competitive pressures in the market are causing margins to be eroded, thereby hitting top line growth figures and pushing cost driven strategies.
Despite extraordinary top line growth during 1H10, we expect the retailer to report neutral 1H10 IFRS results, which will confirm the stabilization of its margins, following the weak margin performance in 1Q10.
Jean Madar, chairman and CEO of Inter Parfums, noted, "Our 2008 new product launch schedule for Europeanbased operations is especially strong, driving top line growth for that part of our business.
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.
This strategic acquisition underscores our commitment to expand and increase top line growth through new and innovative product lines, further strengthening our leadership in the market," states Brooks Sherman, CEO of Selkirk Americas, L.
NET solution, BST Enterprise is robust and scalable for larger organizations - end results for users include top line growth, improved cash flow and increased profitability
Spending is projected to remain healthy through 2010 and should provide the opportunity for modest top line growth.
Most new entrants have ambitious premium income targets in order to cover their initial expense bases and will therefore write for top line growth in their first years.
YUM continues to exhibit stable top line growth due to substantial revenue from franchisee royalties, successful expansion into China and multi-branding (combining two or more brands under one roof) in the United States.