Definition of moneymaker
1 : one that accumulates wealth
2 : one (such as a plan or product) that produces profit
moneymakingplay \-kiŋ\ adjective or noun
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SoFi, an online personal finance company geared toward younger moneymakers, is tapping into that fervor with a cheeky new promotion coming up.
Expect the board to stamp its approval on plans to set up more such games, which are important moneymakers for a football program and athletic department somewhat handcuffed by the realities of life outside of the Power Five.
But up until now, the e-commerce titan has managed to irrevocably alter the industry without making much of a dent in retail’s biggest moneymaker of all—the $800 billion grocery business.
Adding salt therapy to spa services is another moneymaker.
Historically a phenomenal moneymaker for parent Walt Disney, ESPN has raised concerns among Wall Street analysts lately, despite continuing to be a ratings powerhouse in demographics that set advertisers all aflutter.
The programs can be a moneymaker for governments, which collect the loan payments and turn them over to the lending companies, which pay and manage the contractors.
For Trump, like other course owners, the tournament itself is unlikely to be a big moneymaker — at least not right away.
Some pharmacy officials even harbor suspicions that manufacturers aren't investing enough to ensure adequate supplies since, per Ars Technica, generic drugs aren't the moneymakers.
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