How to measure the operating income of husky’s top operators

Operators of the nation’s oldest and largest dogfighting company, Husky, were among the highest-paid employees in the industry on Tuesday, according to data released by the company.

The top 10 percent of the company’s total revenue earners were paid an average of $1.8 million per year, the data shows.

The top 10% of operators earned $1,065,000 per year.

Operators earned an average hourly wage of $13.20, which was nearly 10% higher than the $11.40 per hour the company pays its top employees.

Operators made an average $1 million per day and were among its highest-earning employees, earning an average wage of nearly $1 billion.

Husky, which has operated since 1917, reported operating income for fiscal 2016 of $14.8 billion, up 18% from $13 billion in fiscal 2015.

The company said it also expects to post a quarterly operating profit of $7.7 billion, which would bring its net income to $8.5 billion.

Operating income has been the mainstay of the husky business for more than two decades.

In fiscal 2016, Huskies operating income topped $15 billion.