In finance, organic growth is the process of business expansion due to increased output, sales, or both, as opposed to mergers, acquisitions, or take-overs. Typically, the organic growth rate also excludes the impact of foreign exchange. Growth including foreign exchange, but excluding divestitures and acquisitions is often referred to as core growth.
How Hard Could It Be?: The Four Pillars of Organic Growth, Inc.com
Hub International Reports Third Quarter Results; Quarter Revenue Grows 7%; Organic Growth Reaches 5%; Operational Changes Lead to Improved Compensation Costs
Oct 26, 2005; CHICAGOCCNMatthews - Oct 26, 2005) - Hub International Limited (NYSE:HBG) (TSX:HBG) announced today that 5% organic growth helped...
Organic growth: profiting from the union of finance and marketing; The CFO's role in M & A is well established, but acquisitions often destroy shareholder value for the acquirer. To boost internal growth, savvy finance executives are partnering with marketing colleagues to drive more consistently profitable results.(Cover Story)
Oct 01, 2005; The domain of chief financial officers, long confined to budgets and balance sheets, today extends far into the inner workings of...