Dick Martin

Business has a bad image today not because it is too focused on creating wealth but, rather, because it has defined the beneficiaries of that wealth creation too narrowly. Corporations exist to create wealth for all who provide their resources and bear the risks of their failure. Such wealth comes in the form of dividends, rising stock prices, jobs, careers, healthier communities, and valuable products and services. Sadly, many business leaders have myopically focused on just one expression of wealth — an ever-climbing stock price — and on professional money managers, a small sub-segment whose fortunes rise and fall with the daily stock tables.

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