Here's proof I'm right
That's not "proof," and you're not right. That's an eight year-old article on Slate that doesn't support your simplistic claim to begin with, if you read the whole thing.
But tell you what - since you think random links to outdated stuff are educational, why don't you go ahead and read a bit further
into some of the rest of what that author has posted online about the way films are financed
and how they turn a profit. You might actually start to get an idea of how much more complex the subject is than the "multiples of the production budget" foolishness you're repeating.
The Hollywood Economist
...any contracted production company can be booted from a film, as Viacom/Paramount does indeed own all things Star Trek...
So what? That has nothing to do with what's going to happen
in this case, as you probably actually know. Bad Robot will produce a third Star Trek movie for Paramount, to be released in 2016, with a budget similar to the last two. But continue trying to misdirect and distract.