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    Post 'profit from' vs 'profit by'

    Please tell me which combination is more correct:

    The bus company profited by the travel chaos.

    or

    The bus company profited from the travel chaos.

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    Re: 'profit from' vs 'profit by'

    Quote Originally Posted by Helissax View Post
    Please tell me which combination is more correct:
    The bus company profited from the travel chaos.
    Only that one is correct.

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