After Tax Operating Income

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After Tax Operating Income

In accounting, a calculation of a business' operating income after all taxes are paid. The ATOI is not a recognized practice in the Generally Accepted Accounting Practices; thus, it is vital to note how each accountant and each firm arrive at the calculation. It is closely related to the net operating profit after tax calculation, which is also unrecognized in GAAP.
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Alcoa's midstream and downstream businesses achieved record performance in 2012 with ATOI of $358 million and $612 million, respectively.
ATOI in the fourth quarter was $122 million, up 8 percent, or $9 million, from fourth quarter 2010 and down 12 percent, or $16 million, from third quarter 2011.
ATOI in the third quarter was $138 million, up $24 million, or 21 percent, from third quarter 2010 and down $11 million, or 7 percent, compared to second quarter 2011.
ATOI in the second quarter was $149 million, up 15 percent from first quarter 2011, driven by increased volume and productivity improvements.
ATOI in the first quarter was $130 million, up 15 percent sequentially from fourth quarter 2010, driven by volume and productivity improvements.
After-tax operating income (ATOI) in the fourth quarter was $65 million, a decrease of $5 million compared with third-quarter ATOI of $70 million.
Andy Yumena added 580, Atoi Cruz had 177-182 and Jimmy Mandigiado 165.
After-tax operating income (ATOI) in the third quarter was $70 million, a decrease of $24 million compared with second quarter ATOI of $94 million.
Over at AlJazira Fawri four players in the rotation crossed the 600 series mark namely Lorenz Santos 625, Luis Luna 611, Atoi Cruz 606 and Randy Mata 604.
After-tax operating income (ATOI) in the second quarter was $94 million, an increase of $22 million compared with first quarter ATOI of $72 million.
From the ranks of Skyfright-OSN came the ladies Bowler of the Week in Imelda Sayago who scored 648 to go with the 610 by Goying Salazar, 606 by Oca Bernabe, 172-197 by Bonnie Garcia, 179 by Atoi Cruz and 478 by Babes Tiongson.
ATOI in the first quarter was $123 million, an increase of $337 million from the fourth quarter of 2009, which included $250 million in charges related to the European Commission's decision on electricity tariffs affecting the Company's Italian smelters.