Bottom line (disambiguation)

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Bottom line is the income that an entity has after subtracting costs and expenses from the total revenue.

Bottom line or the bottom line may also refer to:

Arts, media and entertainment[edit]

Music[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Bottom Line", by Diana Ross from her 1989 album Workin' Overtime
  • "Bottom Line", by Martin Solveig from his 2008 album C'est La Vie
  • "Bottom Line", by Ratt from their 1988 album Reach for the Sky
  • "Bottom Line", by Raven from their 1985 album Stay Hard
  • "Bottom Line", by Swollen Members from their 2003 album Heavy
  • "Bottom Line", by the 77s from their 1987 album The 77s
  • "The Bottom Line", by Alanis Morissette, a demo for 1995's Jagged Little Pill
  • "The Bottom Line", by Big Audio Dynamite from their 1985 debut This Is Big Audio Dynamite
  • "The Bottom Line", by David Lee Roth from his 1988 album Skyscraper
  • "The Bottom Line", by Depeche Mode from their 1997 album Ultra

Other uses[edit]

  • Bottom Line Inc., an American publisher of books, newsletters and web articles
  • The Bottom Line (venue), a performance venue in New York City's Greenwich Village from 1974 to 2004
  • Bottom line, the "tail-female" line of descent (traced only through females), reflecting that line's position at the bottom of tabulated pedigrees in horse breeding

See also[edit]