Here’s Who Loses A Billion Dollars, Hillary

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the National Urban League's conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida July 31,2015.REUTERS/Andrew Innerarity - RTX1MK5G

When recently speaking of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton asked,

“What kind of genius loses a billion dollars?”

Quite a few actually. However, before we get into those who may have lost ONE billion, let’s recall that $6 billion of taxpayer money went missing from the U.S. State Department during Clinton’s reign.

Back to business. If Hillary Clinton had the slightest clue (or care) about business, she would know that these two (2) #Fortune500 companies that lost billions between 2015-2016:

  • General Electric: The 11th biggest company in America, with revenues of $140.3 Billion actually LOST $6.1 Billion between 2015-2016
  • ConocoPhillips: The 90th biggest company in America, with revenues of $30.9 Billion actually LOST $4.4 Billion between 2015-2016

More over, her former boss forked over $50 billion to save General Motors, and only got $40 billion back.

Another interesting factoid for Hillary Clinton is that thirty (30) of the fifty (50) biggest companies in America saw a drop in sales revenues and a drop in profits (the difference between their REVENUES and their OPERATING EXPENSES) between 2015-2016:

  • #1 Walmart – Revenues down 0.7%, Profits down 10.2% between 2015-2016
  • #2 Exxon Mobil – Revenues down 35.6%, Profits down 50.3% between 2015-2016
  • #8 General Motors – Revenues down 2.3% between 2015-2016
  • #11 General Electric – Revenues down 5.3%, Profits down 140.2% between 2015-2016
  • #12 AmerisourceBergern – Profits down 148.8% between 2015-2016
  • #14 Chevron – Revenues down 35.7%, Profits down 76.2% between 2015-2016
  • #16 Fannie Mae – Revenues down 5.2%, Profits down 22.9% between 2015-2016
  • #20 HP – Revenues down 7.3%, Profits down 9.2% between 2015-2016
  • #23 J.P. Morgan Chase – Revenues down 1.1% between 2015-2016
  • #24 Boeing – Profits down 5% between 2015-2016
  • #25 Microsoft – Profits down 44.8% between 2015-2016
  • #26 Bank of America – Revenues down 2.2% between 2015-2016
  • #27 Wells Fargo – Profits down 0.7% between 2015-2016
  • #29 Citigroup – Revenues down 2.6% between 2015-2016
  • #30 Phillips 66 – Revenues down 41.7%, Profits down 11.2% between 2015-2016
  • #31 IBM – Revenues down 12.4% between 2015-2016
  • #32 Valero Energy – Revenues down 34.5% between 2015-2016
  • #33 Anthem – Profits down 0.4% between 2015-2016
  • #34 Proctor & Gamble – Revenues down 6.8%, Profits down 39.6% between 2015-2016
  • #37 Comcast – Profits down 2.6% between 2015-2016
  • #38 Target – Revenues down 1% between 2015-2016
  • #39 Johnson & Johnson – Revenues down 5.7%, Profits down 5.6% between 2015-2016
  • #40 MetLife – Revenues down 4.6%, Profits down 15.8% between 2015-2016
  • #41 Archer Daniels Midland – Revenues down 16.6%, Profits down 17.7% between 2015-2016
  • #42 Marathon Petroleum – Revenues down 29.4% between 2015-2016
  • #43 Freddie Mac – Revenues down 8.5%, Profits down 17.1% between 2015-2016
  • #44 PepsiCo – Revenues down 5.4%, Profits down 16.3% between 2015-2016
  • #45 United Technologies – Revenues down 6.2% between 2015-2016
  • #47 Lowe’s – Profits down 5.6% between 2015-2016
  • #49 AIG – Revenues down 9.4%, Profits down 70.8% between 2015-2016

Fortunately for Hillary Clinton her “non-profit” doesn’t actually have to build anything or manufacture a product. She just relies on giving more speeches, and gathering more money from countries and companies.

In the real world of business, when sales revenues and profits drop, employees lose their jobs.

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