Shareholder capitalism

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The ugly face of shareholder capitalism, yesterday.
In which the curmudgeonly old sod puts the world to rights.
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Cancelled. A transparently bad idea, first formulated in 1987 by Michael Douglas[1] and now mercifully forgotten, having been devastated by Simon Sinek’s excoriating, timeless classic, The Infinite Game. It is now universally understood that the employed executives of a corporation are there to take the powerless shareholderscapital, and use it to virtue signal on Twitter.

See also


  1. Adam Smith: “Oi!”