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cash cow

noun as in dependable source of steady income

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Example Sentences

“Instead of competing on the merits, Facebook used its power to suppress competition so it could take advantage of users and make billions by converting personal data into a cash cow,” James said.

From Fortune

BERT, as noted above, now also powers Google search, the company’s cash cow.

Because of that, Discovery has to build up its streaming business in a way that won’t cannibalize its linear cash cow.

From Digiday

It will also give the company a stronger shot at a newer revenue stream to complement advertising, which remains its biggest cash cow by a big margin.

Still, Cape ended up publishing it in 1953 and in doing so created a cash cow for the publishing house.

From Ozy

It is a cash cow, handed billions by TV networks and rewarding its sponsors with huge ratings and ever growing revenues.

Nonetheless, a battle-ready J-31 could still be a cash cow, and a good way for China to make friends.

The original cash cow of the Murdoch newspapers was his red-top daily, The Sun.

The show was an instant hit and a cash cow for Walters and ABC, but lately the franchise has been running out of steam.

The construction industry is still a huge cash cow for the yakuza and they are estimated to consume 5% of annual profits.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cash cow, such as: moneymaker, angel, backer, golden goose, grubstaker, and meal ticket.

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