Posted 5 years ago on Jan. 4, 2012, 1:22 p.m. EST by aahpat
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Unregulated greed is self-destructive.
Unregulated greed undermines economies by concentrating too much capital and the opportunity potential that that capital represents into the hands of too few people.
Regulated greed motivates people to grow the economy for all in order to grow their own economic potential.
When not enough people can share in the creative potential of the economy because the investment capital is not available then the entire economy is depressed. s is the case here in the United States. And has been for the past thirty years or more.
When greed concentrates too much capital in the hands of too few the consumer base is undermined. Most industry depends on a vibrant consumer base. If that consumer base has no money to spend on products corporate America has no demand and no reason to to produce having ever fewer people to sell to.
It is then the fiduciary responsibility of corporate America to support and promote a greater distribution of capital to a wider population. Henry Ford understood this. Intel Corp understands this and works hard to grow it American workforce. They know that American consumers are the most lucrative market on the planet and they do everything they can to grow that lucrative consumer base.