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(Marketwatch)   Tyson Foods: all your meats belong to us   (marketwatch.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Tyson Foods, supply chain, Industrial agriculture, inflationary pressures, Tyson Foods Inc., Tonya Garcia, Donnie King, chief executive of Tyson  
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844 clicks; posted to Business » on 09 May 2022 at 11:50 AM (6 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-05-09 10:57:26 AM  
all your meats ARE belong to us.

/If you are going to meme, meme right.
//This is a message from the Department of Pedantry
///No puns intended
 
2022-05-09 12:02:26 PM  
All these companies just here (extremely crude language) to their record profits while everyone else goes broke.
 
2022-05-09 12:18:11 PM  
The meat company posted net income of $829 million up from $476 million last year.

"Although we continue to see inflationary pressures across the supply chain, we are working to drive costs down by continuing to increase our efficiency, productivity, and bringing more capacity on line," said Donnie King, chief executive of Tyson, in a statement.

Yeah, drive down their costs maybe while raising prices on you.
These people need to hang.
 
2022-05-09 12:25:03 PM  
800m on 13.1b in sales.

Or about 6%.

/this is not the gouging you are looking for
 
2022-05-09 12:26:15 PM  

EvilEgg: all your meats ARE belong to us.

/If you are going to meme, meme right.
//This is a message from the Department of Pedantry
///No puns intended


Technically correct is the best type of correct
 
2022-05-09 12:53:48 PM  

AsparagusFTW: 800m on 13.1b in sales.

Or about 6%.

/this is not the gouging you are looking for


You failed accounting. You know what comes after sales but before net income? Executive compensation. If their margins are too high to be palatable they can just throw another 10 mil to a few directors.
 
2022-05-09 12:57:54 PM  

AsparagusFTW: 800m on 13.1b in sales.

Or about 6%.

/this is not the gouging you are looking for


Reason? Get out of here, this is the internet.

sinner4ever: These people need to hang.


That's the stuff.
 
2022-05-09 1:01:14 PM  

JohnBigBootay: AsparagusFTW: 800m on 13.1b in sales.

Or about 6%.

/this is not the gouging you are looking for

You failed accounting. You know what comes after sales but before net income? Executive compensation. If their margins are too high to be palatable they can just throw another 10 mil to a few directors.


OK, but needs more gallows/pitchforks.
 
2022-05-09 6:56:43 PM  

AsparagusFTW: 800m on 13.1b in sales.

Or about 6%.

/this is not the gouging you are looking for


When most Americans are seeing 2-0% pay raises that's gouging.
 
2022-05-09 7:40:56 PM  
I was assured by a sticker on the meat case at the supermarket that Joe Biden did that
 
2022-05-09 7:45:27 PM  

HighlanderRPI: I was assured by a sticker on the meat case at the supermarket that Joe Biden did that


Who was admin when the government took a bribe I mean fee to make the meat packers price fixing to go away? I'm generally curious because I know that in fact happened and it very well might be in this case. Technically.
 
2022-05-09 7:50:09 PM  

Intrepid00: HighlanderRPI: I was assured by a sticker on the meat case at the supermarket that Joe Biden did that

Who was admin when the government took a bribe I mean fee to make the meat packers price fixing to go away? I'm generally curious because I know that in fact happened and it very well might be in this case. Technically.


Found it, 1/2021 they paid. So it was likely a parting gift by Trump. So we need Trump "Winning" stickers for the meat.
 
2022-05-10 8:12:16 AM  

sinner4ever: The meat company posted net income of $829 million up from $476 million last year.

"Although we continue to see inflationary pressures across the supply chain, we are working to drive costs down by continuing to increase our efficiency, productivity, and bringing more capacity on line," said Donnie King, chief executive of Tyson, in a statement.

Yeah, drive down their costs maybe while raising prices on you.
These people need to hang.


Nah we just need some trust busting. Nothing else will work. Way to many mergers and acquisitions have occured over the past 3 decades.
 
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