Revenue (Annual) Chart

Historical Revenue (Annual) Data

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Date Value
January 31, 2023 46.30B
January 31, 2022 51.76B
January 31, 2021 47.26B
January 31, 2020 43.64B
January 31, 2019 42.88B
January 31, 2018 42.15B
January 31, 2017 39.40B
January 31, 2016 39.53B
January 31, 2015 40.34B
January 31, 2014 40.61B
January 31, 2013 38.25B
February 29, 2012 45.46B
February 28, 2011 49.75B
February 28, 2010 49.24B
February 28, 2009 45.02B
February 29, 2008 40.02B
February 28, 2007 35.93B
February 28, 2006 30.85B
February 28, 2005 27.43B
February 29, 2004 24.55B
Date Value
February 28, 2003 20.94B
February 28, 2002 17.71B
February 28, 2001 15.19B
February 29, 2000 12.49B
February 28, 1999 10.06B
February 28, 1998 8.338B
February 28, 1997 7.771B
February 29, 1996 7.217B
February 28, 1995 5.080B
February 28, 1994 3.006B
February 28, 1993 1.62B
February 29, 1992 929.70M
February 28, 1991 664.80M
February 28, 1990 512.90M
March 31, 1989 506.70M
March 31, 1988 439.00M
March 31, 1987 239.50M
March 31, 1986 113.10M
March 31, 1985 56.10M

Revenues Definition

Revenues measure the total amount of value that a company brings in during a certain period. This is also considered the "top-line" of the income statement. Revenues are used for all operating expenses as well as other line items which eventually lead to the net income for the company. Revenue is an extremely important metric when analyzing a company. A company with efficient margins is able to turn revenues into the most net income.

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Revenue (Annual) Range, Past 5 Years

43.64B
Minimum
2020
51.76B
Maximum
2022
47.24B
Average
46.78B
Median

Revenue (Annual) Benchmarks