Ocasio-Cortez confronts CEO for nearly $2K price tag on HIV drug that costs $8 in Australia

You do know the difference between revenue and net income right? Some businesses have very very very high revenue yet actually have losses. Why is 3 million so unbelievable to you? They LOST 3.9 billion in 2017 for the same period.

You realize these financials are all audited by various 3rd parties and have to comply with various regulatory mandates? (SEC, Sarbox)

I'm genuinely curious what you're not understanding about financial reports? Are your heels just dug in and this is some hill you want to die on? It's a weird argument. "they don't show profits!" "yes they do, they're right here" "I don't think so!"

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