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Company Name Industry Net Income Free Cash Flow Revenues GrossProfit EBIT EBITDA Statement Start Date Statement End Date
Antiaging Quantum Living Inc. SERVICES-DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING SERVICES -412971.0 7499.0 6728.0 2023-04-01 2024-03-31
APOGEE ENTERPRISES, INC. GLASS PRODUCTS, MADE OF PURCHASED GLASS 99613000.0 160974000.0 1416942000.0 367128000.0 2023-02-26 2024-03-02
CONSTELLATION BRANDS, INC. BEVERAGES 1510900000.0 9961800000.0 5017500000.0 2023-03-01 2024-02-29
AZZ INC COATING, ENGRAVING & ALLIED SERVICES 1537589000.0 363461000.0 2023-03-01 2024-02-29
HELEN OF TROY LTD ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES & FANS 2005050000.0 948660000.0 2023-03-01 2024-02-29
Accolade, Inc. SERVICES-BUSINESS SERVICES, NEC -99805000.0 -21104000.0 414292000.0 2023-03-01 2024-02-29
Aircastle LTD SERVICES-EQUIPMENT RENTAL & LEASING, NEC 83316000.0 855416000.0 2023-03-01 2024-02-29
BLACKBERRY Ltd SERVICES-PREPACKAGED SOFTWARE -130000000.0 -10000000.0 853000000.0 520000000.0 2023-03-01 2024-02-29
Albertsons Companies, Inc. RETAIL-GROCERY STORES 1296000000.0 79237700000.0 22045700000.0 2023-02-26 2024-02-24
STEELCASE INC OFFICE FURNITURE (NO WOOD) 81100000.0 261600000.0 3159600000.0 1012400000.0 133000000.0 216600000.0 2023-02-25 2024-02-23
Pure Storage, Inc. COMPUTER STORAGE DEVICES 61311000.0 482561000.0 2830621000.0 2021191000.0 2023-02-06 2024-02-04
PVH CORP. /DE/ MEN'S & BOYS' FURNISHGS, WORK CLOTHG, & ALLIED GARMENTS 724700000.0 9217700000.0 5363200000.0 2023-01-30 2024-02-04
Lovesac Co RETAIL-FURNITURE STORES 23861000.0 47705000.0 700265000.0 401043000.0 2023-01-30 2024-02-04
CALERES INC FOOTWEAR, (NO RUBBER) 155567000.0 1262957000.0 2023-01-29 2024-02-03
Vera Bradley, Inc. LEATHER & LEATHER PRODUCTS 44223000.0 470786000.0 256413000.0 2023-01-29 2024-02-03
OXFORD INDUSTRIES INC MEN'S & BOYS' FURNISHGS, WORK CLOTHG, & ALLIED GARMENTS 170186000.0 1571475000.0 995585000.0 2023-01-29 2024-02-03
Zumiez Inc RETAIL-APPAREL & ACCESSORY STORES -62610000.0 -5595000.0 875486000.0 280890000.0 2023-01-29 2024-02-03
TILLY'S, INC. RETAIL-APPAREL & ACCESSORY STORES -34492000.0 -20691000.0 165657000.0 2023-01-29 2024-02-03
GameStop Corp. RETAIL-COMPUTER & COMPUTER SOFTWARE STORES 6700000.0 -238600000.0 5272800000.0 1294200000.0 2023-01-29 2024-02-03


Amount of revenue recognized from goods sold, services rendered, insurance premiums, or other activities that constitute an earning process. Includes, but is not limited to, investment and interest income before deduction of interest expense when recognized as a component of revenue, and sales and trading gain (loss). This amount is generelly represented by us-gaap:Revenues using XBRL.

Net Income (Loss)

Net income refers to the amount an individual or business makes after deducting costs, allowances and taxes. In commerce, net income is what the business has left over after all expenses, including salary and wages, cost of goods or raw material and taxes. When using XBRL, it is represented by us-gaap:NetIncomeLoss.

Free Cash Flow

Amount of increase (decrease) in cash, cash equivalents, and cash and cash equivalents restricted to withdrawal or usage; including effect from exchange rate change. Cash includes, but is not limited to, currency on hand, demand deposits with banks or financial institutions, and other accounts with general characteristics of demand deposits. Cash equivalents include, but are not limited to, short-term, highly liquid investments that are both readily convertible to known amounts of cash and so near their maturity that they present insignificant risk of changes in value because of changes in interest rates. Using XBRL, it is represeted by us-gaap:CashCashEquivalentsRestrictedCashAndRestrictedCashEquivalentsPeriodIncreaseDecreaseIncludingExchangeRateEffect.

Gross Profit

Gross profit is the profit a business makes after subtracting all the costs that are related to manufacturing and selling its products or services. Using XBRL, it is represented by us-gaap:GrossProfit.

Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT)

EBIT is calculated as revenue minus expenses excluding tax and interest. EBIT is also called operating earnings, operating profit and profit before interest and taxes. Net Income excludes interest expense and income tax. By adding those back, to Net Income, we can get EBIT.

Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA)

EBITDA equals earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization when calculating profitability. EBITDA = EBIT + Depreciation and Amortization.

Profit and Loss (Income Statement)

Profit and loss (P&L) statement refers to a financial statement that summarizes the revenues, costs, and expenses incurred during a specified period, usually a quarter or fiscal year. These records provide information about a company’s ability or inability to generate profit by increasing revenue, reducing costs, or both. P&L statements are often presented on a cash or accrual basis. Company managers and investors use P&L statements to analyze the financial health of a company.

Cash Flow Statement

The purpose of a cash flow statement is to provide a detailed picture of what happened to a business’s cash during a specified period, known as the accounting period. It demonstrates an organization’s ability to operate in the short and long term, based on how much cash is flowing into and out of the business.

The cash flow statement is typically broken into three sections:

  1. Operating activities
  2. Investing activities
  3. Financing activities
Operating activities detail cash flow that’s generated once the company delivers its regular goods or services, and includes both revenue and expenses. Investing activities include cash flow from purchasing or selling assets—think physical property, such as real estate or vehicles, and non-physical property, like patents—using free cash, not debt. Financing activities detail cash flow from both debt and equity financing.

Balance Sheet

A balance sheet is a financial document designed to communicate exactly how much a company or organization is worth—its so-called “book value.” The balance sheet achieves this by listing out and tallying up all of a company’s assets, liabilities, and owners’ equity as of a particular date, also known as the “reporting date."
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