Unless otherwise defined, the amount of money a company receives from the sale of goods on the market; the product of sales volume and sales price (turnover) from the core business. – Cash inflows from non-core business (e.g. the rental of a garage not used for the time being or the loan of a bank’s banking hall to a painting exhibitor for the weekend) and peripheral realizations (e.g. the granting of licenses), which are only indirectly related to the actual purpose of the company, are generally allocated to other operating income. – See contribution margin, earnings, revenue, capitalized earnings value, profit, run rate, sales.
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