That's classic stuff right there. Not only short sighted, but actually pretty ignorant. Business has a basic montra and this is as a going concern. You assume that the business is there for the long term and capable of carrying o beyond the forseeable future. You begin to over-regulate or make unrealistic demands/expectations, you take the GC principle and piss on it. Of course the business is there for the basic benefit of its owner(s). That's why THEY took the risk and opened a business. That is why THEY hold the risk and manage it as best they can. For their benefit. It is not a communal risk generally. But you want communal benefits where the owner(s) assume all the risk. Your living in fantasy land.
Originally Posted by Little_Miss_1565