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I wouldn't sign up for Facebook if they were offering Gold bars.
Why is it about where they (CEO's) lead investors.
Doing cuts in insurance, pensions, 401K's, reducing wages and jobs, outsourcing jobs and importing cheaper labor, in order to show year over year high gains (To please investors) is the sign of a bad CEO who doesn't care about the investors or the economy in general. The CEO's taking these actions are not thinking long term. They are killing the middle class... the consumer market... and by doing so in the long term hurt the investors and the company. If the investors are demanding the year over year gains (which is unsustainable) then it is the investors that don't care. Investors need to invest in the economy long term and take into account the actions by companies that build the economy, make the company stronger and act ethically and morally to both people and the environment. It should be enough to maintain stable growth and receive dividends.
For the most part. CEO's don't care because most of them could retire for life on just 1 years wages, not to mention that Golden parachute!
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