Posted 1 year ago on May 5, 2012, 12:10 a.m. EST by RobWallStreet
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One research finding showed there are 4 times as many psychopaths in business than in the rest of society. Psychopaths don't care if they hurt people, they have no ability to empathize. Psychopaths become skilled at manipulating people. However, other than that they have terrible social and communication skills. Psychopaths portray an impression of charisma and competency, but the data shows their business performance is dismal. I guess the business world has a fondness for moving psychopaths up the corporate ladder.
Corporations have been given the legal status of a "Person" by the Supreme Court, but the question is, "What kind of a person have they become?"