gross revenues

gross revenues

noun aggregate income, all ennompassing revenues, comprehensive earnings, gross innome, income without deductions, total proceeds
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16 billion in gross revenues for 2011, a $912 million increase over 2010's $15.
During April to June 2010, Acro Energy's southern California subsidiary, Energy Efficiency Solar Incorporated (EES), has achieved gross revenues of USD3.
For 2009, Armstrong said that total 3PL segment gross revenues at $104.
The determination of whether a facility is a retail motor furls outlet used in the marketing of petroleum and petroleum products is made using either a gross revenues test or the floor-space test.
The authority plans to charge individual lot operators up to 12 percent of their gross revenues, plus as much as $2 per trip for their passenger shuttles.
Baltimore had determined and adopted a resolution concluding that the cable firm improperly calculated its franchise fees by excluding the franchise fee amount from gross revenues.
Compensation based on a percentage of gross revenues (or adjusted gross revenues) of a facility or a percentage of expenses from a facility (but not both) is generally not considered to be a share of the net profits.
The collective gross revenues for the nation's 100 largest black-owned industrial/service companies and 100 largest black-owned automobile dealerships climbed to $9 billion, up 14.
Gross Revenues Expected to Soar 30 Percent in Fourth Quarter 2006
88 billion in statewide gross revenues in fiscal 1998 includes $7.
For the twelve months ended December 31, 2006, unaudited gross revenues totaled approximately $7.
Oblio has paid USF of 10% of gross revenues generated from communications services provided to its customers.