Revenue (Annual) Chart

Historical Revenue (Annual) Data

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Date Value
September 30, 2022 82.72B
September 30, 2021 67.42B
September 30, 2020 65.39B
September 30, 2019 69.61B
September 30, 2018 59.43B
September 30, 2017 55.14B
September 30, 2016 55.63B
September 30, 2015 52.46B
September 30, 2014 48.81B
September 30, 2013 45.04B
September 30, 2012 42.28B
September 30, 2011 40.89B
September 30, 2010 38.06B
September 30, 2009 36.15B
September 30, 2008 37.84B
September 30, 2007 35.51B
September 30, 2006 33.75B
September 30, 2005 31.37B
September 30, 2004 30.75B
September 30, 2003 27.06B
Date Value
September 30, 2002 25.33B
September 30, 2001 25.17B
September 30, 2000 25.42B
September 30, 1999 23.44B
September 30, 1998 22.98B
September 30, 1997 22.47B
September 30, 1996 18.74B
September 30, 1995 12.15B
September 30, 1994 10.06B
September 30, 1993 8.529B
September 30, 1992 7.504B
September 30, 1991 6.182B
September 30, 1990 5.844B
September 30, 1989 4.594B
September 30, 1988 3.497B
September 30, 1987 2.926B
September 30, 1986 2.471B
September 30, 1985 2.015B
September 30, 1984 1.690B

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

59.43B
Minimum
2018
82.72B
Maximum
2022
68.91B
Average
67.42B
Median
2021

Revenue (Annual) Benchmarks