Revenue per Share is the amount of revenue per each outstanding of a company’s stock.
Revenue per Share= Revenue/ shares outstanding
eg Google has a revenue of 12,214,000 and 327,030 in shares outstanding, so therefore its revenue per share is given by (12214000/327030) = 37.35
Quarterly Revenue Growth
An increase of a company’s sales when compared to a previous quarter’s revenue performance. The current quarter’s sales figure can be compared on a year-over-year basis or sequentially. This helps to give analysts, investors and participants an idea of how much a company’s sales are increasing over time.
When looking at a company’s quarterly or annual financials, it is not enough to just look at the revenue for the current period. When investing in a company, an investor wants to see it grow or improve over time. Looking at the financials in comparison to a previous quarter will give participants a much better idea of how well a company is doing.