Return on Assets
Return on Assets (or ROA) typically reflects the profitability of a company by expressing net income as a percentage of total assets. ROA is a financial ratio used by many financial analysts to determine how much a company is earning for each unit of asset deployed.
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A lithium-ion battery (LIB) is an umbrella term used for the group of rechargeable battery types in which the lithium ions migrate from the negative to the posi......[ Read More ]