Company Financials: Rows 5 - 14
Microsoft had revenue of $125 billion in 2019, Nvidea had revenue of $11 billion during the same year, and UberEats had revenue of $645 million during the same year. The rest of the companies and their revenues can be found in the spreadsheet here.
Financials of the Listed Companies
- Walt Disney’s Disney+ is part of its Direct-to-Consumer and International revenue. This segment of the company had revenue of $9.34 billion in 2019.
- Disney+ had earned $97 million in revenues from mobile spending by consumers during its release in November 2019.
- UberEats reported having earned $645 million in revenues last year.
- Postmates was reported to have earned a revenue of $400 million in 2018.
- Doordash was reported to have earned a revenue of $900 million in 2018.
- Dropbox reported having earned a revenue of $1.4 billion, most of which were from subscriptions.
- Hims was reported to have earned a revenue of $100 million in 2019.
- Unity was reported to have earned a revenue of $300 million in 2019.
- Adobe reported having earned a revenue of $9 billion in 2018.
- Nvidia reported having earned a revenue of $11.72 billion in 2019. It does not offer subscription services.
- Microsoft reported having earned a revenue of $125 billion in 2019.
We started by looking into each of the company’s annual reports. To get annual reports, the team leveraged each of the listed companies’ website, and third-party platforms such as AnnualReports.com, scc.gov, and others. The team hypothesized that annual reports for the FY 2018 or 2019 would be the best source to get the necessary information for the research. When there is a lack of information during this search, we then implemented our next strategy.
The team then commenced its search into various company financial profile database sites such as Crunchbase, Hoovers, and others. The team hypothesized that these company financial profile database sites might contain information essential to the research like the revenue of the company. Some companies do not have annual reports due to various circumstances (e.g., the company not being public), and this strategy was implemented for those companies. However, during this search, we were not able to find some of the companies’ needed information. We then decided to shift to our final research strategy.
The team then looked into third party business sites that usually reports on different company’s yearly revenue. In this search, the team hypothesized that if these companies have stated or announced their revenue and recurring revenue publicly, these sources would have reports or articles regarding these announcements. During this search, we leveraged sources like Business Wire, PR Newswire, Bloomberg, The Motley Fool, Business Insider, and others. These sites usually publish reports regarding company revenue, if the company chooses to disclose the given information. After the mentioned research strategies were done, and the team could still not find the revenue of the stated company, we would then label N/A in the spreadsheet.
Additionally, some of the companies listed are a subsidiary of a bigger organization, and in some cases, the organization would publish revenues based on the sector where the subsidiary company is operating on. If the company or any other source gives a bifurcation, we published those figures, but in some instances, bifurcation by company may not be available. As a proxy, we stated revenues based on that report based on the company’s operating sector. However, it is essential to mention that the revenue based on operations may be affected by other companies in that given sector.