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revenue:

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theory and practice of conducting large public and private dealings in money. Important institutions of private finance include those that deal with insurance, banking, stocks (see stock), bonds, and other securities.
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revenue

The remuneration received by a carrier for various activities done for the customer.

revenue

1. the income accruing from taxation to a government during a specified period of time, usually a year
2. 
a. a government department responsible for the collection of government revenue
b. (as modifier): revenue men
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Additionally, the gross revenue of unemployment insurance rose 23 percent to 113.
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Total gross revenue derived by Magnum from this contract would amount to $500,000 ($250,000 up front cash payment and a production payment for an additional $250,000).
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.
ECOLAS, with annual gross revenues of e1/4 6 million and 60 employees, is specialized in environmental services.
Gross revenue is the amount of money a casino retains after all bets have been paid, but before operating or other extraordinary expenses have been taken out.