Really? if my company brought in a net profit of 270 million a year, yea I would say that's good.
When has Charlie ever gotten a "billion dollar" paycheck?
Also... how is $269 million a year a good average profit for a company taking in the gross that Dish takes in?
I'll just take a stab at math... I don't have all the data for that same 18-year period that was used to calculate the $269 average profit... but for the last 5 years or so, the average gross revenue was around 4 billion. I suspect their 18 year average gross revenue is lower than that... but lets just use that for fun.
$269 million profit on $4 billion gross revenue is only 6.725% profit margin.
You think that's good for a multi-billion dollar company?
Gross means nothing, and again everyone is paid including Charlie, and the company still has 270 million a year left?
Wow better close up shop fast!