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income from continuing operations
Profit from areas of the business that have not been closed. If, for example, a corporation shuts down a subsidiary in the middle of the year, the profit that the closed subsidiary generated during the portion of the year that it was open is excluded. This number is useful as it gives an indication of the profit potential of the firm in future years.
Contributed by: ManagerWise Staff
See: profit

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