What is Adjusted EBITDA?
Adjusted EBITDA is a non-GAAP metric that measures a company’s normalized cash profits. Adjusted EBITDA is essentially EBITDA plus or minus adjustments. These adjustments usually include non-cash items in addition to D&A (i.e. Stock-Based Compensation), non-recurring items, and run-rate adjustments.
This metric is usually used in financial analysis for valuation and debt covenant purposes.