Profit

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Profit is how much money somebody (normally a company) makes. This is found by subtracting how much money they have spent (expenditure) from how much money they have brought in (revenue).

An example[change | change source]

If John spends £500000000 on some ice cream cones, and then sells them for 0 dollars means, he has messed up in his pricing.