Ironically, sitting in a seminar right now on how to use company money to fund defined benefit pensions for high level executives, which prevents "clawback" of the funds after the business declares bankruptcy, and violates it negotiated contracts for labor and creditors.<quoted text>No that means that the purpose of the business is to make money:
- through any means possible,
- externalizing all costs onto the taxpayers, neighbors, and/or customers,
- with no concern for pollution, injury, and damages they create,
- paying the absolute minimum in wages.
That is the purpose of a business.
That means you have to regulate businesses as the amoral entities they are.
Nothing wrong with businesses - they are just amoral entities designed to maximize profit and avoid personal responsibilities for the owners.
Just keep claiming its a level playing field.
After all, we all have an extra $10 or $20 Million Dollars to fund defined benefit plans for ourselves- which are safe from the creditors and the employees we screw.
Anyone can do it.
Can't they ?