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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However, with strong top-line growth driven mainly by LfL traffic gains, structural benefits on gross profitability, and pressure from the minimum wage hike expected to ease in the coming quarters, we would not take the results negatively.
NASDAQ: MDLZ) reported second quarter and first half 2013 results stating that "Faster top-line growth in emerging markets, strong volume/mix gains and increasing market shares globally drove our first-half business performance, which was in line with the expectations we outlined earlier in the year," said Irene Rosenfeld, Chairman and CEO.
We delivered solid top-line growth and continued to accelerate productivity improvements to drive down costs.
Wall Street may be fixated on top-line growth as a measure of a company's health and vitality, but life insurance companies should be careful not to fall into this trap.
based trade association has released Jump Starting Top-Line Growth II: Phase 2: A Closer Look at Barriers to Growth and Techniques to Address Them.
This is our fifth consecutive year of top-line growth, with strong margins, solid new product successes, and market share gains.
NEW YORK-Restoring top-line growth is the theme for Sears' retail business in 2003, and the chain is banking on its exclusive Lands' End and Whole Home brands to help it meet that goal.
Best believes that scale and financial flexibility are increasingly important within the life and retirement savings arena and notes that UNIFI will need to continue to demonstrate solid top-line growth to gain additional scale in the retirement plans, disability income and variable annuity sectors.
According to the company, the top-line growth and cost savings contributed positively to results; however, those improvements were not sufficient to overcome an increased level of inflation, as input costs climbed about $180 million and a planned higher investment in strategic marketing of nearly $25 million.
As a result, Best Buy's high teens top-line growth rate is dependent on acquisitions.
While the insured value of cars and the number of insured cars per household are increasing, top-line growth will be constrained by flat or lower rates following State Farm's move, Simpson said.
As a result, we expect the company to experience rapid top-line growth over the coming years while maintaining a balanced mix of revenue sources.