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  1. The Top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Corporations 2014–15

    ranked in the top 500 for 2013–14 but not for 2014–15. All references to the previous financial year data ... are sourced from The top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations 2013–14. Revised information ... Data interpretation and limitations When interpreting the data in this report readers should

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  2. Employees

    at the top 500 corporations, 2007–08 to 2014–15 The top 500 corporations reported that in 2014–15 they had ... percentage share from 40.3 per cent to 40.1 per cent (figure 20). In the previous top 500 report (based ... 500 corporations by state/territory, 2014–15 Most people were employed by top 500 corporations

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  3. Profitability

    Some caution should be exercised when referencing profitability. The vast majority of the top 500 ... in the top 500 is based on income. Not all corporations in the top 500 make a profit. Figure 13: Number ... of profit-making and loss-making corporations in the top 500, 2007–08 to 2014–15 In the past year the percentage

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  4. Overall income

    omitted from the 2013–14 ranking because they lodged their 2013–14 reports after the top 500 report ... because they had not lodged their 2014–15 financial statements by the time this top 500 report ... and other income sources. In 2014–15 the combined income of the top 500 corporations was $1.882 billion,

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  5. Sectoral information

    the top 500 corporations operated, 2014–15 Note: Six corporations did not report any sector at all. During ... 2014–15, 323 (64.6 per cent) of the top 500 corporations reported that they were active in one sector only ... in 16 different sectors. Six corporations did not report any sector at all. Figure 17: Number of the top

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  6. Data interpretation and limitations

    in income and assets. The term ‘ departures ’ applies to corporations that were ranked in the top 500 ... When interpreting the data in this report readers should be aware of the following: The data has ... and general reports lodged with the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (the Registrar). It is current up

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  7. Sources of income

    the total of donations or gifts for all top 20 corporations reported in the past seven years. Figure 25: ... with a single corporation reporting 307 FTE employees. Another six corporations in the top 20 received ... corporations All bar one corporation in the top 20 reported their main place of business as in the Northern

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  8. Case study

    For more information visit the Winnam website. Table 11: Winnam rankings in the top 500 Year Rank Income ... the corporation. Winnam’s 2014–15 financial reports indicate that it received $2.6 million in revenue and had only

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  9. Key findings

    The combined income of the top 500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations for 2014–15 ... the average income of the top 500 corporations in 2014–15 increased from $3.48 million to $3.76 million. ... was the largest with 197 of the top 500 corporations operating in this sector (39.4 per cent). There were 11,095

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  10. Ranking by income

    Top 500 corporations ranked by income Rank 2014–15 Rank 2013–14 Income 2014–15 Change (%) ... Employees Change (%) State N/C – information not calculable N/R – not registered N/A – not ranked in the top ... 500 that year – no information supplied Corporations with a higher ranking this year Corporations

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