profit from sale of somethingprofit made when something has been sold, as opposed to paper profit
Recommended Further Reading (Term count)
Islamic Modes of Finance and the Role of Sukuk by Abdel-Rahman Yousri Ahmad Broadly speaking, Islamic modes of finance can be divided into two types: either they provide direct finance as capital funds through partnership (musharaka and mudaraba), or they provide indirect finance through leasing (ijara) and sale contracts (murabaha, bai ajil, salam, and istisna). All modes are based on the principle of riba (interest) prohibition, and all seek to maintain Islamic business ethics (freedom and leniency of transactions,...
for distribution to equity investors. This difficult period, known as the “valley of death,” or “death valley curve” (see Figure 1), is experienced by all SMEs as their need for funds increases and they rack up large accumulated losses before profits from sales can be realized. SMEs that engage in technology By Neil Marriott
Contract Interiors employed some 50 employees. Yet in 2000 the company’s $15 million in revenue was generated against the backdrop of an economic downturn; all that inventory, payroll, and operational cost amounted to a level of overhead that strangled profits. In short order, Deni formed alliances By Tom Brown