Thanks for today’s episode. I think one important issue was left out of the discussion: there is NO other country in the world that has produced such a great number of corporate Titans. Starting from the industrialization age to our days. These Titans have become entrepreneurship role moles but also social-economic actors and influencers -think Ford and how his treated his workers, Carnegie and his philanthropic initiatives, etc-. It is true they follow the bottom line but also they were able to have strong opinions about the societies of their time. Ergo, I am no surprised our CEOs are taking a stand not only because of the bottom line but also because they have strong opinions how they see societies evolving. Shareholders are not longer WASP, now black, yellow and brown are shareholders too. 😉
100West via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/17/21
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