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Operating margins for the rest of the industry are now 3 percent.
For now, the company's operating margins are less than the industry average.
A higher operating margin means that the company has less financial risk.
And how high, he asked, can the operating margins go?
"Its operating margins are close to 60 percent, which makes them about the highest in the industry."
The 8 percent figure was for operating margins, not net ones.
So what if your operating margin is down thirty percent this year.
The company hopes to increase the operating margin to $7 billion by the end of this year.
"That would require us to get to operating margins of about 7 percent for the total company."
A loss leader is a product that has a price set below the operating margin.
He said that "the trend in operating margins could become a big issue."
Operating margins increased in all divisions except for financial services.
Operating margins increased to 9.9 percent in the fourth quarter of last year.
Merck's operating margins, on the other hand, are around 37 percent.
"They could improve the operating margins of the existing businesses, just by running them well."
But the company's operating margin was the lowest in five quarters.
Operating margins are on fire, and it's really a case of leading by example."
Those in the second and third quintiles showed operating margins of around 11 percent.
The upward trend in operating margins had three key elements.
So the system was back to its safe operating margin of two lines out of service.
By contrast, Sprint's local operations had a 27.1 percent operating margin.
There were numerous corporations whose only concern was to maintain their operating margin.
"Revenues from these product lines represented almost no growth, and operating margins below the average of the company," he said.
The company's operating margin was 37 percent, compared with 35 percent in the period a year earlier.
Analysts calculate that operating margins on supplies are about 25 percent.
"Our return on sales isn't to the level that we believe it needs to be."
It is still plagued with a low return on sales and a disappointing cash flow.
"I think it is currently underperforming in terms of its return on sales and shareholder value.
He wants to double turnover and significantly improve profitability to more than five per cent return on sales.
Demand optimization is the application of processes and tools to maximize return on sales.
But even with all those new businesses, Boeing expects to earn only $1 billion this year, a meager 1.8 percent return on sales.
The timing and level of markdowns in a selling season is critical to maximising return on sales.
In a survey of nearly 200 senior marketing managers, 69 percent responded that they found the "return on sales" metric very useful.
Average return on sales of acquired properties.
While return on sales is lower than for retail, return on capital is higher.
Not all of the players are profitable, but we are making a healthy return on sales and we're proud of that."
For years, Godoff had not met the Random House expectation that each division show a 12 percent return on sales.
But profits are still below the 6.5 percent return on sales that SEAT aims to achieve within five years.
He outlined a series of ambitious goals, including raising Boeing's annual return on sales to 7 percent from its current level of 2 percent.
We have no constructive corporate direction in solving any of the many very obvious major problems that have greatly reduced our return on sales and investment.
Mr. Condit acknowledged that consistently earning a 7 percent return on sales would not be easy, though he said it could be achieved by 2000.
Mercedes is on track to earn better than a 7 percent return on sales, Mr. Zetsche's goal.
Their independent variable consisted of the firm's financial performance, particularly return on equity and return on sales compared with the remaining non-litigated top 500 firms.
Return on sales (ROS): Net profit as a percentage of sales revenue.
As you might expect, the lower risk of export typically results in a lower rate of return on sales than possible though other modes of international business.
For example, a sales company's profitability may be most reliably measured as a return on sales (pre-tax profit as a percent of sales).
Doubling in sales volume in nuclear services (aftermarket) by 1987, and improvement in services from break-even to a return on sales of 10%.
"But there were quite a few red flags on the financials: gross margins were declining, interest coverage was getting worse, return on sales was deteriorating."
The company's return on assets (ROA) is (Return on sales x Asset turnover).
Profits are up, returns on equity and on capital are up, even return on sales - long a trouble area for Colgate - is starting to climb.
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