The group member who posted the question wrote the following: “Go on – someone define it for me. Then we can argue. It’s a maze.” Being a bit of a wuss, I declined to answer but thought it might be interesting to throw it out to the masses. What is revenue? Wikipedia defines it as a “US business term for the amount of money that a company receives from its activities in a given period, mostly from sales of products and/or services to customers”. Ask Oxford says revenue is “the income received by an organisation”. Even The Domesday Book online glossary tackles this question. The glossary says it’s this: “The provision which a manor owed the king, for example one night’s keep for his court. In Domesday this is often translated into a money equivalent as cash replaced the barter economy.” Is this a relevant debate? What is your definition of revenue? Picture source
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