Murray Weidenbaum

Euphemisms are widely employed by corporate executives. Thus, in standard financial reporting, companies “earn profits” – a phrase that conjures up the notion of positive achievement of their own doing. In contrast, firms “suffer losses.” That sounds like an unexpected blow inflicted by some sinister force in the external environment beyond corporate influence.

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