Definitions for "goodwill"
An intangible asset which provides a competitive advantage, such as a strong...
The going-concern value of a company in excess of its asset value; goodwill is considered an intangible asset. Generally, it is the value of the business' good name, its customer relations, high employee morale, and other factors that might translate into earning power. Nasdaq's calculation of net tangible asset value excludes goodwill. (See going-concern value)
Discounted value of a larger-than-normal return on tangible assets. A business may build goodwill over time as customers become loyal to the company's products.
a disposition to kindness and compassion; benign good will; "the victor's grace in treating the vanquished"
Keywords:  gore, lot
Gore Lot
Keywords:  succeed, friendly, hope, something
the friendly hope that something will succeed
the positive attitudes, opinions, and feelings toward a marketer or advertiser, its products, and programs generated by the organization's efforts and deeds that promote good relations among its several publics; e.g., a firm's advocacy or interest in supporting charitable causes or community initiatives, resulting in favorable attitudes toward the company.
Expressing a mind-set of abundance and excellence in our interactions. Goodwill requires being present in the moment and bringing one's full self to bear on all interactions and relationships.
The difference between the acquisition price and share of existing equity capital at the date of entry into the Group's perimeter.
Keywords:  margin, gross, profit
gross margin gross profit