What is the annual revenue of the BBC?
According to the BBC's 2005-2006 Annual Report, its income can be broken down as follows: * £3,100.6 million (£3.1bn) in licence fees collected from householders. * £620.0M from BBC Commercial Businesses. * £260.2M from the World Service, of which £239.1 m is from grants (primarily funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office), £15.8 m from subscriptions, and £5.3M from other sources. * £24.2M from other income, such as providing content to overseas broadcasters and concert ticket sales.
What is the relationship between total average and marginal revenue under monopoly with the help of schedule and diagram?
Capitalized value, or cost, is the sum of the all ANNUAL equivalent revenue payments and/or costs, divided by the interest rate involved, for infinite compound periods. Basically, how much revenue that project will generate or require if it is needed indefinitely long. Factor tables make calculating the annual equivalent values fairly easy. The formula for calculation is: A( 1/i ) Where A is the sum of annual equivalent values and i is interest rate.
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Search company research Web sites, such as Manta, Hoovers or Mergent Online, to find annual revenue of both public and private companies. Search for public companies on financial data Web sites, such as Google Finance, Yahoo! Finance or MSN Money. Enter the company's stock symbol or company name into the search box. Click the "Financial" or "Income Statement" option on the company Web page, usually located on the left-hand menu. Look for the "Revenue" listing…