Sunday, May 31, 2009

For Mom & Pop Tammy

UPDATE: It seems that greed is out of fashion for now. Read The New York Times, A Promise to Be Ethical in an Era of Immorality.

Is it the the goal of a business manager to “serve the greater good” and to act responsibly, ethically and refrain from advancing their “own narrow ambitions” at the expense of others?

And how long will it last?

As a follow up to a radio program in early May on greed, good or bad, with special guest Mom & Pop Tammy, a regualr listener and frequent caller. Read the Washington Post, Greed's Saving Graces.

What do you think Tammy?

1 comment:

  1. Greed does not follow any particular president of late. The presidents that we have had in the last hundred years have all been for the big corporations.

    Wanting to concentrate money in the hands of the big corporations is greed. Money is concentrated in the hands of the few elite.

    I'm not talking about families having a comfortable living. I'm talking about having more money than a family can spend. Wanting so much money just for the use of power over others. Using money just to oppress others.

    I want every family to live well and comfortable. There are enough resources to go around.

    When each family has the opportunity to own their own business, they are able to get the money from their labor. Then families have more resources.