The last reported annual revenue of UPSide Down Brown was an impressive $54 billion+. The company formerly known as Federal Express, on the other hand, “only” notched about $43.86 billion. At first glance, one is likely to think that UPSide Down Brown might be the more dominant of the two companies. But with further examination, something quite phenomenal can be seen. Despite the fact that UPSide Down Brown made $10 billion dollars more in revenue than the company formerly known as Federal Express, still manages to bring in a greater profit. The net income reported by the company formerly known as Federal Express was $1.80 billion compared with $874 million for UPSide Down Brown. What’s up with that? This, without a doubt, clearly shows that the company formerly known as Federal Express is providing greater value to shareholders. Hence their greater earnings per share of 5.71 compared with the humbling 0.90 for UPSide Down Brown.
In the past several years, UPSide Down Brown has seen net income jumping around somewhat unpredictably. It has fallen and risen numerous times, and currently seems to be spiraling downward. The company formerly known as Federal Express, on the other hand, took only one tumble around 2008-2009, and has otherwise experienced consistent and impressive growth, which seems to be a pattern that is currently active for the company.