"the term used for a personality disorder
characterized by an abnormal lack of empathy
combined with strongly amoral
conduct but masked by an ability to appear outwardly normal. "
I guess this is what you might call "sociopath"
But chances are, that individual "sociopath" will still be in the community and trying to operate his business, not moving his operation off shore.
Maybe, it is these same people that are running the big companies?
What I see, is large companies destroying the industrial capacity of the US and Canada by moving production to low cost sites off shore.
My question would be:::::: who is going to be able to buy the products if we have no ability to earn a living????
Are we all going to become "shareholders" and get a cheque for nothing?
Starts to sound like the middle east with their oil wealth. But no cheque has arrived in my mail box.
In fact, my tax dollars went to IH to train employees at their plant in Canada for new techniques/technology in production.
Originally Posted by barts
Remember, companies must always operate so as to return maximum value to share holders; they are subject to shareholder lawsuits otherwise.
If an individual always behaves just within the letter of the law to optimize his own profits, we call them sociopathic....