Articles Tagged with ''profit''

Wider World of Business

6 Tips for Reading an Income Statement

Our very first consulting client was a home health-care business. As part of our initial analysis, we asked to see financial statements, and the owner handed us a three-ring binder containing monthly financials — meaning an income statement, balance sheet and cashflow projections.
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How to Sell
How to Sell: Grain Bagging Equipment

Grain Bagging Keeps Farmers Moving

Dealers may want to take a new look at grain bagging equipment. When the elevators are unable to keep up with record-high grain yields, farmers don’t want combines sitting still.
Dealers may want to take a new look at grain bagging equipment. When the elevators are unable to keep up with record-high grain yields, farmers don’t want combines sitting still.
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George Russell

Technology for Profit: Automating the Service Department of the Future

Service is without a doubt the most expensive department to operate. It occupies the most space in the dealership so it has the highest occupancy costs (heat, light, power, rent/amortization, etc.); it also employs the most people, and has the highest operating costs. This is particularly true when you include the costs associated with field service vehicles, special diagnostic tools and consumables used in repairs.
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Dealer Profile

Focus on Parts & Service Provides Blueprint for Success

After 50 years, vision remains true to founder’s principles at Huron Tractor.
When Jack VanBussel opened Huron Tractor in 1961 in Exeter, Ontario, he didn’t plan to fail but he understood the importance of a backup plan. So, the original building was designed as an automobile service station. If his dream didn’t turn out the way he expected, VanBussel reasoned he could always pump gas.
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CNH Industrial Earnings Declines on Strong Euro

Tractor and truck maker CNH Industrial's third-quarter profit fell as a stronger euro hurt its Latin American business and its truck business suffered from pricing pressure in a flat market. The sister company of Italian car maker Fiat stuck to its full-year targets on Thursday as a strong performance from high-margin agricultural machinery is expected to offset weakness in trucks and construction equipment.
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