a design of the operations of a business which focuses on how revenue will be generated
A restaurant's business model is to make money by cooking and serving food to hungry customers
At USAID, he speaks of applying a business model: “We are trying to make our work as results-oriented as possible.”
In terms of its business model, ecoATM is able to make money off of most of the phones and devices it collects.
Meri Lino is right: my post did assume that Walmart cannot easily change its business model.
And while Apple might wish the best for its content partners, its business model is about selling hardware.
Amid a continuously awful media environment, the folks behind Politico seem to have figured out a business model that works.
[T]he sharing of sponsored content is the centerpiece of BuzzFeed's business model.
In recent years, the business model set up by the reclusive billionaire Eddie Lampert may be making things more difficult.
Rather, it's because their business model is inherently higher-productivity.
In the meantime, the Supreme Court's ruling just outlawed the business model of companies like Myriad.
That is not to say that their business model is eternal; they may eventually sell this stuff by the episode.