Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization

A measure of cash flow calculated as:= Revenue – Expenses (excluding tax, interest, depreciation, and amortization). EBITDA looks at the cash flow of a company. By not including interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization, we can clearly see the amount of money a company brings in. This is especially useful when one company is considering a takeover of another because the EBITDA would cover any loan payments needed to finance the takeover.3

Chief Security Officer

The senior executive officer responsible for the security aspects of a corporation / company.6

Chief Operations Officer

The senior executive officer responsible for the operational aspects of a corporation / company.6

Chief Marketing Officer

The senior executive officer responsible for the marketing aspects of a corporation / company.6

Chief Information Officer

The senior executive officer responsible for the informational aspects of a corporation / company.6 

Chief Financial Officer

The senior executive officer responsible for the financial aspects of a corporation / company.6

Chief Analytics Officer

The senior executive officer responsible for the analytical aspects of a corporation / company.6