TRIUMPH'S profits for 2011/12 have taken a hit along with the firm's sales – but it's still cleared nearly £16m profits before tax.In the 12 months up to June 30 this year, the firm saw sales worth £342.3m, with profits of £15.7m. The previous year
NET PROFIT dropped sharply at Piaggio, Europe’s largest motorcycle and scooter manufacturer, in 2007 despite growing sales - thanks to an eye-bleedingly big tax bill.Piaggio’s sales revenue in 2007 grew by 5.3 per cent to £1.3bn with a 2.4 per cent
HARLEY-Davidson have reported a 30 percent rise in profits in Q2 of 2012 but despite the rise, its shares fell following a cautious outlook on Europe.The Milwaukee-based company reported net income of £159.2m but the chief executive, Keith Wandell
HARLEY-DAVIDSON has announced significant profits from the company's worldwide operations following a challenging period for ths US motorcycle manufacturer.Profit from the company's portfolio rose to $139.3 million (£91.3 million) in the second
HONDA has announced its fourth-quarter financial results – and the firm says its consolidated operating income is 2.4 times greater than it was during the same period in 2011.Given how tough the bike market has been, at least in Europe, it's surprising to note that Honda claims t...
HARLEY-DAVIDSON may have just lashed out a sizeable chunk of money to obtain MV Agusta earlier this week but America's No.1 motorcycle manufacturer is still suffering in the current economic decline.Today the company announced its results for the second quarter ended June 29,2008...
TRIUMPH posted a £15m profit for it's full financial year in 2010.The results, which ran up to June 2010, showed that although Triumph's unit sales fell by 1.5% to 45,500 units, their turnover rose to £312m, a 3% rise from the previous year
HARLEY-DAVIDSON announced yesterday that its third-quarter profit fell sharply, as the slowing economy and tighter credit markets took their toll on sales of its iconic motorcycles. The Milwaukee-based company also cut its earnings outlook
HARLEY-DAVIDSON posted a profit of $105.7million (£67.2m) at the end of the fourth quarter, a stark contrast to loss from the same period a year ago.The company's president and chief executive, Keith Wandell claimed the sales jump was a result
FOLLOWING worldwide speculation of an imminent financial crisis – Yamaha is now predicting a drop in operating profits, the first time the factory has faced such a monetary move in eight years.Blame for the prediction lies in the stronger yen
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