The Company's cost of revenues, research and development, and depreciation and amortization costs decreased $150,414, SG&A expenses increased $33,613 and net income increased approximately 63% from the same quarter in 2003.
What does COR stand for?
COR stands for Cost of Revenue
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- Corporate Staff
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- Corrosive (fire diamond warning code)
- Cortisol (hormone)
- Cost of Rework (financial management)
- Council of Orthodox Rabbis
- Council of Record (United States District Court code)
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- Course Of Reaction
- Course Outline of Record (various universities)
- Corresponding Member
- Contracting Officer's Representative Delivery Order
- Contracting Officer Representative - Fire Department
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Company's cost of revenues, research and development, and depreciation and amortization costs decreased $159,363, SG&A expenses increased $35,739 and net income more than doubled from the same quarter in 2003.
During the prior year period, cost of revenues was reduced by $562,000, as a result of adjustments related to the anticipated contract loss related to our consulting agreement with the Barona Tribe.
During the first quarter of our last fiscal year, cost of revenues increased by an aggregate amount of $2,539,000 as a result of adjustments related to the anticipated contract loss.
Continuing enhancements and upgrades to FMM are now being charged to research and development expenses with previously capitalized development cost being amortized to cost of revenue.
Cost of revenues for the three months ended December 31, 2002 decreased 66%, to $395,000, from $1,168,000 during the same period last year.
E-commerce Operations Cost of revenues for the quarter ended September 30, 2002, decreased by $89,375 or 10% from $885,225 in 2001 to $795,850 in 2002 and as a percentage of net revenues increased from 66% in 2001 to 72% in 2002.
Cost of revenues for the months ended June 30, 2002 was $53,783 compared to $122,905 for the three months ended June 30, 2001.