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attributive Denoting an organization that operates to make a profit, especially one (such as a hospital or school) that would more typically be nonprofit.
lucrative, moneymaking, money-spinning, profitable, profit-making, remunerative, financially rewarding, fruitful, gainful, productiveView synonyms
- ‘Why should a for-profit company profit from its association with an ABC radio station?’
- ‘The airport must form a for-profit, private company that meets the criteria established by law and by the TSA.’
- ‘They may have a different rationale for their online presence than for-profit organisations.’
- ‘The second option is to lease out the fitness portion of the wellness project to an independent, for-profit operator.’
- ‘Government and for-profit organizations share several of these potential uses.’
- ‘Just for the record here, as most news sources operate on a for-profit basis they are biased because of it.’
- ‘In the same way, all for-profit organisations have to make a profit.’
- ‘Senator Hagan pushed a bill through the legislature putting tighter restrictions on for-profit prisons.’
- ‘But when they are operated by for-profit entities, they become even more of a lightning rod.’
- ‘The decrease in affordable housing has continued as subsidized housing has been bought up by for-profit organizations.’
- ‘She visits large numbers of them at work in both private for-profit centres and community not-for-profit organisations.’
- ‘Business organizations include any for-profit, governmental or nonprofit entity.’
- ‘But a for-profit corporation can't survive forever without actually making a profit.’
- ‘He is more than just the president and CEO of for-profit organisations.’
- ‘As the number of players increases, some will be smaller for-profit entities operating outside hospitals.’
- ‘Private, for-profit firms must build a organizations that achieve efficient and effective scale.’
- ‘In contrast, for-profit owners have the right to use profits and assets as they see fit.’
- ‘He supported a for-profit privatization plan by the Edison company that parents voted down overwhelmingly.’
- ‘The university is not a for-profit enterprise, so there are no profits to share.’
- ‘You either work for a nonprofit that creates social value or you work for a for-profit that creates economic value.’
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