does not equate into true revenue growth. Selling off subsidiaries and real estate does not equate into true revenue growth. Cutting jobs and outsourcing functions does not equate into true revenue growth. When WAG runs out of places and people to cut and things to sell, what will the true numbers look like?
Interesting thoughts. The same exact thing could actually be said for the United States and its economic/financial system at large. No one is truly investing in sustainable growth for the future. As productivity and wages continue to diverge, the problem will only become more palpable and the public outcry (whether it's the tea party or the OWS crowd) will only become greater. If even if many on both sides don't understand the real source of the problems, you've sort of stumbled upon it in talking about WAG.