Cash flow break-even point

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Cash flow break-even point

The point below which the firm will need either to obtain additional financing or to liquidate some of its assets to meet its fixed costs.

Cash Flow Break-Even Point

The cash flow necessary to cover costs and prevent a firm from operating at a loss. The break-even point may be relatively stable or it may fluctuate, depending on the company or industry. Companies with high break-even points tend to have large fluctuations in earnings from year to year.
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Mark Emalfarb, Dyadic Chief Executive Officer, stated, "The financing will help to bridge us to our expected cash flow breakeven point.
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Going forward, we believe these actions will position us to achieve a profitability and cash flow breakeven point at revenues of approximately $25 million per quarter, which we expect for the fourth quarter of 2008.
Such financings, if successfully completed, are anticipated to carry the Company to a cash flow breakeven point.
For example, statements regarding our future revenues, cash usage and our cash flow breakeven point are forward looking statements.
Agera operates at a cash flow breakeven point but has been constrained by limited working capital and distribution capabilities.
For example, statements regarding our future revenues, cash usage, our cash flow breakeven point, and our future business initiatives are forward looking statements.
The volume of subscriber additions accelerates the cash flow breakeven point, but it also increases the amount of losses the company will have to fund at closing.
According to Caiazza, the company had a goal of reaching the cash flow breakeven point by year-end, and it knew it was imperative to become a self-supporting entity in 1993.
For example, statements regarding potential benefits of Cardio Vascu-Grow(TM), our future revenues, cash usage and our cash flow breakeven point are forward looking statements.