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Sales

The revenue that a company derives from the sale of its products. This is distinguished from sources of revenue like interest income, investments, and others. A company records its sales on a balance sheet. Obviously, high sales are usually thought desirable, particularly when expenses are high.

sales

The revenue from the sale of goods and services. Sales exclude other types of revenue such as dividends, interest, and rent.
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When police investigated the March 14 shooting, they confiscated five guns, all belonging to the salesmen, and they located 21 shell casings, all from the five confiscated guns.
Hazel Parsons, of Energywatch, said: "We've been doing a lot of work on doorstep selling and have had a lot of complaints about energy salesmen tricking their way into people's houses by simply lying about where they're from and what they're offering.
Nearly 40 per cent of us have fallen victim to doorstep salesmen, according to the Office of Fair Trading.
Instead, it is the Connectors, Mavens and Salesmen who tip the epidemic.
I have been appalled to learn that salesmen have been targeting refugees and asylum seekers, some of whom have little understanding of English and certainly no understanding about energy markets,' he told a conference on energy mis-selling.
It also looks back at two other major works about salesmen - Arthur Miller's 1947 play ``Death of a Salesman'' and the Maysles brothers 1969 documentary ``Salesman.
The rising number of complaints about doorstep salesmen in the Vale has led the authorities to issue warnings and advice about how to deal with such people.
Although many salesmen conduct themselves in a professional manner, there are a worrying number who do not.
Salesmen today, the kind that call on industrial plants axe considerably above the average man on the street.
Admitting you're a car salesmen may attract a snigger, but pacing the showroom can sow the seeds for greater things.
In this book the figure of the traveling salesman provides such a focus in a brilliant rendition of the movement from an economy in which merchants from the hinterlands went to the city for their goods through one in which salesmen drummed up business for urban wholesalers in city hinterlands to one in which salesmen were likely to be agents of specific national firms with potentially nationwide markets.
After becoming one of Kaiser's top salesmen, Baszile developed the desire to "find something I could sell for myself.