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profitability

the PROFIT earned by a firm in relation to the size of the firm, measured in terms of total ASSETS employed, long-term capital or number of employees. See RETURN ON CAPITAL EMPLOYED.

profitability

the PROFIT earned by a firm in relation to the size of the firm, measured in terms of total ASSETS employed, long-term capital or number of employees. See RETURN ON CAPITAL EMPLOYED.
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Ruff and Malik [2] Investigated and evaluated the profitability and return on deposits of both the Islamic and conventional banks.
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.
On a more positive note, one analyst at least gave IP credit for taking a bold step in the face of some fairly intractable long-term profitability problems.
Underwriting sins are much more exposed, given the lower investment yields today, so CFOs, who you might say are charged with protecting the bottom line of the whole company, need to spend more time with underwriting profitability than they might have 15 years ago," Oakley said.
We monitor our profitability and their profitability very closely, because the relationship has to be strong on both sides.
While his profit margin using GAAP was 25%, his profitability using my economic analysis was only about 11% ($48,280 divided by $459,000).
Driving corporate change, and installing a culture of profitability improvement, through the use of business-wide strategic imperatives;
By excluding certain premier (and often expensive) facilities, the carrier, in effect, is trading market share for lower premiums or greater profitability.
According to Joe Brown, profitability manager at Provident Bank, "The financial reporting, budgeting and forecasting features of EFPR are invaluable in meeting the constant demand for financial information.
In Europe and other parts of the world, many of the same market characteristics are evident, further hampering the profitability of the global reinsurance leaders.
Ceto identifies and implements cost efficient revenue generating solutions by modifying institution's existing processes and procedures to increase profitability.
But when it comes to measuring profitability, insurance companies are at a disadvantage.