Its annual revenue will likely top $100 billion this year, and in the first quarter, it made $5.4 billion in profit.
So it brings in a little more revenue, and the CBPP wants that revenue to go straight to deficit reduction.
The latest diversification of their revenue stream is but another example of pirates adapting their tactics.
Today, Major League Baseball, which had $50 million in revenue in 1967, is a $7.5 billion concern.
The proposal, he announced, would include $2 in spending cuts for every $1 in revenue increases.
This was done, and the amount of revenue to be paid by Tawngpeng was determined.
There is nothing to do but go over the revenue from the estate.
It must be a still or something, and they think we're revenue officers!
We saw the revenue button on his coat, so we brought him down.
The revenue, arising from the tax on Real Estate, was this year $261,-86 cents.
early 15c., "income from property or possessions," from Middle French revenue, in Old French, "a return," noun use of fem. past participle of revenir "come back" (10c.), from Latin revenire "return, come back," from re- "back" (see re-) + venire "come" (see venue). Meaning "public income" is first recorded 1680s; revenue sharing popularized from 1971. Revenuer "U.S. Department of Revenue agent," the bane of Appalachian moonshiners, first attested 1880.
The income of local, state, or national governments.