A Cash-Cow is a business or product which generates a steady, dependable flow...
A business or product which generates a steady, dependable flow of cash.
A company that pays out most of its earnings per share to stockholders as dividends. Or, a company or division of a company that generates a steady and significant amount of free cash flow.
a project that generates a continuous flow of money
a business unit with a high market share in a mature market
A product/service which generates cash for the business, used to finance other areas of the organisation.
A business within a group of businesses that generates a lot of cash which can be used (like the milk of a cow) to nourish other businesses.
Company paying most earnings per share to stockholders as dividends.
A cash cow is a company that pays out most of its earnings as dividends. These companies entice many investors through these dividends.
a stable company that generates huge amounts of consistent cash flow.
In business, a cash cow is a product or a business unit that generates unusually high profit margins: so high that it is responsible for a large amount of a company's operating profit. This profit far exceeds the amount necessary to maintain the cash cow business, and the excess is used by the business for other purposes. The expression is a metaphor for a dairy cow, which after being acquired can be milked on an ongoing basis with little expense.