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Top Line

Informal; revenue or sales. The term is used most frequently in connection to earnings reports, where revenue is listed at the top and profit at the bottom.
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Based on the above positive response and price of Honda Civic, which is higher than expected, the analyst at Top Line estimated FY17 (year-end March) EPS to now clock in at Rs31 compared to previous EPS estimate of Rs26, upside of Rs5/sh.
Top line revenue for the first six months of 2012 was announced as USD8.
But a consistently declining top line can quickly render such efforts to pull a company out of distress ineffective and start to push in back into financial crisis.
Top Line Travel, of Hospital Fields Road, was set up by Peter and Susan Dew eight years ago and was the first City Sightseeing operator in England.
There is a path by which CEOs can lead their metalcasting businesses to much higher levels of success and profitability, and it begins with the elemental understanding that bottom line profits are far more important than volume and top line revenues.
Howard Safir, chairman of GVI, said, "Our customers require top line, seamless capabilities for their monitoring systems.
Biodegradable polymers company Flexible Solutions International Inc (AMEX:FSI) (FRANKFURT:FXT) announced on Wednesday its top line revenue of USD15.
Enbrel contributed $247 million to Amgen's top line during the 2003 first quarter, sales power not available in the year ago period.
Almost strangers: The Kings' top line of Allison, Deadmarsh and Ziggy Palffy has played together in just eight of the Kings' 35 games this season.