Nintendo's per-capita profit surpasses Goldman Sachs'

09/16/2008 | Financial Times (free content)

Each of Nintendo's 3,000 employees created more profit for the maker of the Wii and DS consoles than the average person at the Goldman Sachs investment bank, according to the Financial Times, a finding the publication termed "exceptional." Excluding taxes and pay, the average Nintendo employee earned $1.6 million for the company, compared with $1.24 million at Goldman Sachs, even as the bankers earned more than seven times as much as the typical Nintendo worker, the FT reported.

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