top linenoun

  • ja売り上げ、総収入
  • enthe line at the top of a financial report that shows gross sales or revenue before the deduction of expenses or losses

Examples

PLAY
5:50 / --:--
Mute
1.
One of the things that Bill and I are completely aligned on
2.
is Chipotle has tons of opportunity for growth,
3.
as it relates to getting more people into the restaurant,
4.
driving transactions, driving the top line, building more restaurants, expanding our margins.
PLAY
12:10 / --:--
Mute
1.
Space currently makes up only about 5% of Boeing’s revenue.
2.
But with the company losing billions due to the grounding of its 737 Max plane
3.
and its stock price plunging due to the lackluster travel demand among coronavirus, that could change.
4.
There’s going to be a lot more incentive for Boeing to really deliver for NASA.
5.
In the past, if you think about what is the biggest revenue generator for Boeing,
6.
I would doubt that NASA provides a huge, huge contribution to their top line.
7.
But now, as they ground more of the aircrafts
8.
and they have to rethink their approach to the whole airline industry,
9.
space is definitely a bigger opportunity for them.
PLAY
7:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
Well, I think the new tax law certainly helps US businesses.
2.
We were able to get a lot of the cash that we had offshore.
3.
We’re in rarefied atmosphere in terms of a company
4.
that’s growing both top line and bottom line at incredible rates.
5.
And we continue to be very disciplined users of capital.
PLAY
0:21 / --:--
Mute
1.
What is driving all this?
2.
No one particular thing.
3.
I think it’s the promise of GoDaddy and what we do,
4.
which is getting ideas started, growing and thriving around the world,
5.
and our international expansion, and the expansion of our product portfolio,
6.
extending a domain name into things like a website, social media, security services.
7.
It’s a combination of global growth and our product portfolio that’s driving our top line,
8.
and ultimately, driving the stock price.
PLAY
1:31 / --:--
Mute
1.
Now, you're on a mission to hit a million, then $2 million.
2.
And you're trying to come up with all these ways just to grow that top line
3.
because it's almost like an ego boost as opposed to the bottom line.
4.
You're chasing revenue and not chasing profits.
5.
And so for those reasons, I'm out.
6.
Thank you. Thanks for that advice.
PLAY
6:02 / --:--
Mute
1.
Warren Buffett took a gamble on the company in 2015,
2.
partnering with Brazilian private equity firm, 3G Capital
3.
to finance a merger between Kraft and Heinz.
4.
The move aimed to turn Kraft’s fortunes around by slashing expenses and cutting 2,500 jobs.
5.
In focusing so much on cutting costs,
6.
did Kraft Heinz miss out on some opportunities to do things that actually grow the top line?