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When a company's revenue is greater than its expenses, it means that ________.

A) the company earns a profit
B) the company spends more than it earns
C) the company's income is decreasing
D) the company needs to increase its spending
E) the company must increase its productivity

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Explanation: A) A company earns a profit when it takes in more revenue (earnings) than it spends. If a company spends more than it earns, it does not make a profit. Instead, it suffers a loss. A company can make a profit even if its income is decreasing, as long as its earnings continue to exceed its expenses. A profitable company may or may not need to increase its spending, depending on its business goals.

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