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Labor force and unions
Current industries, such as TMT (technology, media, and telecommunications) and their revenue as a fraction of the world GDP/economy
Finances and economic tracking
Work flow and efficiency
Priority 1 (top)
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I've commented out the following two paragraphs, added by anonymous user 18.104.22.168 a bit over a month ago:
Industry is commonly understood as business population and workforce. With no doubt, industries means more than one industry. Despite this common sense, the 21st Century youth generation has mistaken the word as a substitute for clothing company. Possibly inspired by big name companies like World Industries and Skin Industries, which are neither technically industries in the original sense of the word.
Today many small t-shirt labels borrow the word for their names, knowing their company is composed of less than 10 teenagers, hardly an industry, let alone industries.
They're rather poorly-written and unclear, they read like a whiny old man ("21st Century youth generation"?), and they generally seem to have no point. —Simetrical (talk) 02:33, 1 Feb 2005 (UTC)
industrial waste ... heat pollution = types of waste
Where's the industry data? What's all the reported income statements and balance sheets revenue and assets, by industry? Or at least the Fortune 500 by industry and their revenue, employees, earnings, assets and so on.--Jerryseinfeld 20:28, 12 Apr 2005 (UTC)
One thing I noticed was that Yahoo! use the Reuters industry categorization. Yahoo! include market cap, so to figure out the revenue of a category take market cap from Yahoo! and p/s from Reuters. Consumer Financial Services: Market Capitalization: 250B, P/Sales (ttm) 2.51. So the annual revenue is 250/2.51 billion.
Perhaps in your discussions you might consider adding somewhere the circular nature and feedback of the system. For example wages drive demand, but demand drives wages. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 16:06, 22 July 2016 (UTC)