Turn the Corner


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Turn the Corner

Informal; to begin to recover. For example, an economy may be said to have turned the corner after a recession when GDP starts to grow again.
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Money has been non-existent for Internet companies over the last year, but thanks to the relentless commitment of our management team and core employees, we will turn the corner to profitability very soon.
The company is hopeful that we can begin to turn the corner in the third quarter based on these events.
Since recent acquisitions have helped the Company turn the corner to profitability and to generate $14 million in annualized revenues, now is the perfect time to introduce Sforza Enterprises' success story to the financial community," explained National Financial Communications President Geoffrey Eiten.