Definitions for "cash cow"
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.
in movie terms, a definitely guaranteed, 'can't-miss' blockbuster film that promises to generate disproportionately tremendous profits due to its lucrative franchise (sequels, merchandising, spin-offs, etc.) Examples: the Star Wars franchise, the Indiana Jones films, the Spider-Man films, etc.
an excellent source of income
Is a security, investment or a project which generates or throws off lots of funds due to contacts or contracts. Sometimes, the basis for this asset is an excellent customer, a monopolistic market position, or special advantage afforded by patents, licenses, or other economic properties. This cash flow can be used for many purposes. Typically, this situation constitutes the fundamental franchise of a business.
a female who works to provide for herself and her children, but implicit in the term is a female who also provides for a male who is not steadily employed
a valuable part of a diversified company because it can produce the money needed to finance other areas of the organisation
Clock speed Company mission
Keywords:  deficiency, cycle, agreement
Cash cycle Cash deficiency agreement
Keywords:  simply, money, market, product, makes
a product which makes money simply by being on the market – Ñ‚Ð3/4вар, який кÐ3/4ристується пÐ3/4питÐ3/4Ð1/4
Slang term for an income producing property.