Apple’s revenue per employee is ‘off the charts’

“In a note to clients sent Thursday, ISI’s Brian Marshall notes that not only is Apple’s $11 billion in projected capital expenditures for fiscal 2014 a double-digit increase for a company already ‘the single largest CapEx spender’ in his ‘Big 7 Hyperscale group,’ but also that Apple generates ‘off-the-charts’ revenue-per-head metric [~US$2.13 million per full-time employee] compared to the other IT and networking companies he covers — which includes Google, Microsoft, Amazon, eBay, Facebook, and Yahoo,” Luke Dormehl reports for Cult of Mac.

“This, in turn, joins the previously reported news that Apple makes a record $57.60 off every Apple Store visitor,” Dormehl reports, “and that Apple Stores are 17 times more efficient at physical sales than the average retailer — pulling in an astonishing $6,000 per square foot of shop space.”

Full article here.


  1. Would have bought my last mac at the Apple store, but upscaling the memory and hard drive was an option only from the online store.
    I have purchased a number if items at those stores, it’s just fun going there.

    1. Yeah Apple, that 4% is a friggin’ insult. Don’t give ’em any raises so as not to insult their intelligence. Then again, if they had any intelligence they might have a better paying job to begin with. Maybe they should take a step up and get a job at McDonalds like Mike.

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