a design of the operations of a business which focuses on how revenue will be generated
A restaurant's business model is to make money by cooking and serving food to hungry customers
The business model used by Aereo—the ‘Uber for television’—was ruled illegal by the Supreme Court on Wednesday.
In terms of its business model, ecoATM is able to make money off of most of the phones and devices it collects.
In recent years, the business model set up by the reclusive billionaire Eddie Lampert may be making things more difficult.
Ideological underpinnings aside, the business model is sound.
It's often part of the business model, just as it is in casinos, to help high rollers forget what's good for them.
The problem with Groupon isn't its management; it's the business model.
And while Apple might wish the best for its content partners, its business model is about selling hardware.
And we are now raising tens of billions of animals in conditions that require sickness to be part of the business model.
Combined, these trends are overturning the business model of cable companies.
“I like the business model, and the reverse season,” Green said of his investment.