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August 3, 2008

Question For Today

-- by Dave Johnson

Question: Is there such a thing as a good or bad company? CAN a company be good or bad? (Is a company sentient?)

Is there any definition of a good or bad company beyond following the law and distributing profits to shareholders?

If a company is acting in ways that we do not like whose jobs is it to change the way the company is acting?

Posted by Dave Johnson at August 3, 2008 12:03 PM

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One word: Blackwater. Yes, a company can be pure evil. Who can change it? I fear the worst as this corporation has sucked up hundreds of millions of dollars and has tentacles into the very heart of our government. Our only hope is Obama and a seriously Democratic congress. A slim reed...

Posted by: Jim Heim at August 3, 2008 6:54 PM

What about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac? Are they good or bad? Taxpayers are going to pay to ensure their continued existence. I vote bad.

Posted by: Jay Muntz [TypeKey Profile Page] at August 3, 2008 10:18 PM

Good is as good does.

Posted by: jamie_2002 at August 4, 2008 4:52 PM

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