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Topline growth

Growth in revenues. Refers to overall growth rather than segment growth. Also see: Bottomline growth.
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Topline Growth

An increase in a company's revenue over a given period of time. Topline growth does not necessarily indicate an increase in profit; if expenses at the same or a greater rate, topline growth could mean that profits remain flat or even decrease. See also: Bottomline growth, Top Line.
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