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“Business in America is impersonal. This is particularly true of large American multi-national corporations. They have no personality. The ultimate measure of success and failure of these businesses is not their effect on people but rather their earnings. In such a completely impersonal context, business decisions of questionable personal morality are easily justified. The unwavering devotion to the bottom line brings this about. To often the only questions asked are: What is the expedient thing to do to save the system? How can we increase profits?” From the 1979 best-seller On A Clear Day You Can See General Motors by John Z. De Lorean as quoted in Fortune magazine

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