Do well out of somebody/something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
do well out of somebody/something
do well out of (someone or something)
To profit from someone or something. The company hasn't had to file for bankruptcy because it's doing well out of its latest venture.
do ˈwell out of somebody/something make a profit or get money from somebody/something: He’s not doing very well out of the business at the moment, but he hopes that next year things will improve.