Revenue (Annual) Chart

Historical Revenue (Annual) Data

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Date Value
February 28, 2022 8.821B
February 28, 2021 8.615B
February 29, 2020 8.344B
February 28, 2019 8.116B
February 28, 2018 7.580B
February 28, 2017 7.321B
February 29, 2016 6.548B
February 28, 2015 6.028B
February 28, 2014 4.868B
February 28, 2013 2.796B
February 29, 2012 2.654B
February 28, 2011 3.332B
February 28, 2010 3.365B
February 28, 2009 3.655B
February 29, 2008 3.773B
February 28, 2007 5.216B
February 28, 2006 4.604B
February 28, 2005 4.088B
February 29, 2004 3.552B
February 28, 2003 2.732B
Date Value
February 28, 2002 2.607B
February 28, 2001 2.226B
February 29, 2000 2.340B
February 28, 1999 1.497B
February 28, 1998 1.213B
February 28, 1997 1.135B
February 29, 1996 535.00M
August 31, 1995 906.50M
August 31, 1994 629.60M
August 31, 1993 306.30M
August 31, 1992 245.20M
August 31, 1991 176.60M
August 31, 1990 179.80M
August 31, 1989 164.30M
August 31, 1988 163.60M
August 31, 1987 171.30M
August 31, 1986 173.50M
August 31, 1985 133.60M
August 31, 1984 89.70M

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

7.580B
Minimum
2018
8.821B
Maximum
2022
8.295B
Average
8.344B
Median
2020