Operating Income

A firm's earnings from normal operations, minus the everyday costs of doing business. Thus, operating income doesn't take account of proceeds from an asset sale; these nonrecurring items are excluded. On the other hand, costs such as interest expenses and taxes are also ignored. Operating income gives investors an idea of how much money a company makes from its business operations.

 

 

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