Profit may refer to:
- Profit (accounting), the difference between the purchase price and the costs of bringing to market
- Profit (economics), has two related but distinct meanings: Normal profit and Economic profit
- Profit (real property), a nonpossessory interest in land
- Profit (TV series), a short-lived American television series starring Adrian Pasdar
- The Profit, a 2001 feature film by Peter N. Alexander
- Account of profits, a type of equitable remedy in law (also known as an accounting)
- Profit (magazine), a Canadian business magazine aimed at entrepreneurs
- Profit, United States Virgin Islands
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Other articles related to "profit":
... New Profit provides grants to organizations that address issues in education, workforce development, public health, or poverty alleviation through its portfolio ... Once a nonprofit organization has received funding, New Profit focuses on support efforts that help integrate financial and strategic resources to help the organization develop and ... A staff member at New Profit works with each organization that New Profit funds as a portfolio manager ...
... of a company after deducting its expenses—commonly known as profit—or the total income of an individual after deducting his or her income tax ... Profit may be broken down further into pre-taxed or gross profit and profit after taxes or net profit ...
... Berkeley College, Newark, Paramus, Woodland Park, Woodbridge Township (for-profit) DeVry University, North Brunswick (for-profit) Joe Kubert School ...
... Brown Mackie College (For-profit, primary school in Kansas) Daymar College (For-profit) Donta School of Beauty Culture (For-profit) National College of ...
... Joe Profit (born 1949), former American football player Laron Profit (born 1977), professional basketball player Richard Profit (born 1974), English mountaineer and adventurer ...
Famous quotes containing the word profit:
“Throughout the history of commercial life nobody has ever quite liked the commission man. His function is too vague, his presence always seems one too many, his profit looks too easy, and even when you admit that he has a necessary function, you feel that this function is, as it were, a personification of something that in an ethical society would not need to exist. If people could deal with one another honestly, they would not need agents.”
—Raymond Chandler (18881959)
“We gave em wings to fly and they rained death on us. We gave em a voice to be heard around the world and they preach hatred to poison the minds of nations. Even the medicine we gave them to ease their pain is turned into a vice to enslave half mankind for the profit of a few. Ah, Janet, dear, dont you see? Every gift that science has given them has been twisted into a thing of hate and greed.”
—Karl Brown (18971990)
“You know how to vanquish, Hannibal, but you do not know how to profit from victory.”
—Titus Livius (Livy)