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January 10, 2016

worldwide motorcycle revenue for harley davidson




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The timeline shows Harley-Davidson's worldwide motorcycle revenue from the fiscal year of 2001 to the fiscal year of 2014.

 Harley-Davidson's global motorcycle revenue amounted to around 5.9 billion US dollars in  2013 compared to 6.2 billion in 2014 .The company   dealers managed to sell 267,999 new Harley-Davidson® motorcycles, a 2.7% over 2013, led by a 5.4% 
 increase in international sales.
Net income increased 15 percent as consolidated revenue topped $6 billion for the first time since 2006.Retail unit sales for 2014 were up 1.3 percent in the U.S., 11.8 percent in the Asia Pacific region, 6.4 percent in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region, 2.1 percent in the Latin America region. 

April 29, 2015

ipad contributes 12% to apple's revenue compared to 68% by iphone




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chart comparison of apple revenue by products

The lastest data from  Apple's earning call shows that the  iphone commands 68% revenue  in Apple's overall  product revenue share  with mac and ipad contributing 9 and 12% respectively  in the first quarter of 2015.Revenues from iPhone  meanwhile  increased by 57%   compared to same time in 2014 ,while ipad revenues was down by 21%.Revenues from mac grew by 8%. in 2015 as compared to the same time last year in 2014

Apple's impressive Q1,2015 sees 38% profit growth, with 70% of its revenue coming from iphones



iphone  contributes to 70% apple revenue
Apple's latest earning report for Q1,2015 shows "iPhone sales  have been growing at a ridiculous  high  rate , and iphones now accounts for around 70% or two-thirds of Apple's revenue. Macs continue to grow at a respectable rate. However apple's hold on iPads continue to weaken and take another sharp year-over-year tumble. Meanwhile apple grew its profit by over 38% and revenue by over 29% in Q1,2015  amidst notching up another impressive quarterly result.Apple broke quarterly records  in 2015, Q1 with $18 billion in profit and $74.6 billion in revenue, compared to $13.1 billion in profit and $57.6 billion in revenue in Q1 of 2014

April 24, 2015

March 3, 2015

iPhone accounted for $151billion to Apple’s Topline, a 48% YoY growth




A recent report  on how much Apple added  in its Topline in  FY ; 2014-15 reveals that the  biggest consumer electronic brand  single product runing since 2007 onwards , iphone  added a a mind boggling revenue  $151 billion to Apple’s topline in 2015, implying a staggering segment growth rate of 48%.


Analysts feel that  iPhone revenues will be driven by increasing shipments and higher average selling prices fuelled by the iPhone 6 models. The huge growth potential, high free cash flow margins and attractive valuations drive our bullish Apple stock analysis.


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February 28, 2015

Youtube accounts for 5% of Google net revenues

Youtube  accounts for 5% of Google net revenues

The  chart from emarketer shows " How Youtube have been struggling to find a business model. #Youtube net revenues have exceeded $1.96billion . However Youtube makes up only 5% of  Googles  net revenues from online advertising .

Earlier  eMarketer projected  YouTube would do $5.6 billion in gross revenue in 2013. In 2012, Citi analyst Mark Mahaney  had predicted $3.6 billion in gross revenue, and $2.4 billion in net revenue
Clearly  the potential of Youtube is still untapped .

July 14, 2013

Lead By Asia ,Mobile Advertising Revenue grows 100%

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Global mobile advertising revenue nearly doubled in 2012, increasing from $4.9 billion to $9.1 billion. That's according to a study conducted by the Interactive Advertising Bureau and market intelligence group IHS. 

The report identifies the Asia/Pacific region as the largest mobile ad market in the world with revenue of $3.66 billion in 2012. At $3.63 billion, the North American market is just slightly smaller and Europe follows third with mobile ad spend of $1.54 billion. 

The fact that mobile ad spending in Asia/Pacific exceeds the North American level appears surprising at first, but there is a simple explanation for it. The only reason for the high level of spending is the sheer size of the Asian market. Looking at ad spend per mobile subscriber delivers an entirely different result. It is in fact North America that is far ahead in mobile monetization. In 2012, average ad spend per mobile subscription in North America was $9.39, whereas it was only $1.32 in Asia/Pacific and $2.91 in Western Euro
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April 21, 2011

The Unfolding of Yahoo Search Revenue Disaster


During the last two quarters, Microsoft has taken over Yahoo’s U.S. search advertising in return eventually for 12 percent of Yahoos’ search revenues. The red line shows what Yahoo got to keep after paying Microsoft, and the blue line is what it makes off of search before paying Microsoft. That blue line is down 8 percent in the last two quarters You can see the gap between the red and the blue lines in the second chart below. 

Yahoo continues to have consistent  lousy quarters. Revenues were down 6 percent, profits were down 28 percent. What’s more, it’s search partnership with Microsoft isn’t going so great. And the finger pointing is starting.

In a very detailed analysis, Danny Sullivan of SearchEngine Land charts the decline of Yahoo’s search revenues over the past two years. What he calls “net search revenues” (the money Yahoo gets to keep after paying off partners) is down 35 percent from a peak of $551 million two years ago to $357 million. He shows the decline in this first chart below. 

Before the fourth quarter of 2010, Yahoo used its own ad platform. But in late October 2010, it began carrying ads from Microsoft. This was part of the Yahoo-Microsoft deal, where Yahoo largely gave up having its own search technology and ad system, outsourcing this to Microsoft.

As part of the deal, Yahoo agreed to pay Microsoft 12 percent of its net search revenues. The red line reflects this, net revenues that were left after payments went out to Microsoft. This big new chunk of money flowing out is what Yahoo has been calling “headwind” that has accelerated its year-over-year growth decline.

 According to Techcrunch 
"The Microsoft Yahoo Deal  is not working out as planned, and Yahoo blames Microsoft. It’s not quite where it should be yet in terms of its revenue per search. Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz said during the earnings conference call:

"adCenter isn’t yet producing the RPS [revenue per search] we hoped for and are confident as possible."

What is implies is that  Microsoft is under-monetizing Yahoo's properties(search). And organic search results from Bing apparently are too good, which makes people click the paid search ads even less. Even Yahoo’s inflated search market share figures (due to slideshows and other forced search methods) weren’t enough to generate more revenues.