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Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders confuses “revenue” and “profit” in support of efforts to unionize the video game industry.
The U.S. senator from Vermont, the ever-trailing-Vice President Joe Biden in the polls, from the embarrassing basics of business mistakes on social media Tuesday.
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“The video game industry $43 billion in revenue last year. The workers are responsible for ensuring that the profit earning collective bargaining as part of a union. I’m glad to see, to organize trade unions as @IATSE and the wider @game workers movement as a worker,” Sanders tweeted.
The democratic socialist seems to be no difference between “profit” and “revenue” – the money the company brings in before it is needed, draws wages, and other expenses to produce the product. This means that Sanders’ plea was met for the employee to have a share of the “profit”, as he was, and pointed to the revenue.
While the video game industry brought in fact, to $43 billion in revenue in the U.S. last year, or about $135 billion worldwide, the winning number is several times lower than the revenue.
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This is not the first time, Sanders seems to have confused turnover of a company with a profit for the political point.
Earlier this month, Sanders Walmart, the ordinary General meeting to be rushed, where he requested them to ensure that the shareholders, the payment of living wages to the workers as “the American people are sick and tired of subsidizing the greed of some of the largest and most profitable companies in this country.”
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While Walmart, the company is, in fact, that brings in the most revenue in the United States, the profit the company only as 40th on the Fortune 500 list and is only 99. if ranking and profit per employee, thanks to its 2.3 million workers.