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I have asked this question since this movement started and I cannot get a clear answer. What exactly is corporate creed? Some would tell me it’s when a corporation cares about profits. Well, that’s what it does mean to be in business. The goal, or end result, of [starting] a business is to make a profit so I am not sure it should surprise anyone that a corporation’s main objective is profit. That’s what it is supposed to be. It’s just business, people, not charity.”
— Billy Lacerenza
Blame whomever you want, but unless to get to the root of the problem you will never solve it. Wall Street plays big-money games with big-money people. … It is not taking food out of your mouth. Your own priorities are having the greatest impact.”
— Tony Francis
Managing assets — weight of bureaucracy, fistfights? Legal responsibility in terms of fiscal management? Frozen assets? Unable to identify actual issues and purposes? Those are the problems incorporation is supposed to solve. It isn’t incorporation that is evil. Corporations can be very powerful tools, which implies their abuse can have huge impacts. … It isn’t incorporation that caused that problem, but rather corporate culture and criminal activity.”
— Dan Platt
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