Category: Free Enterprise Project

Minimum Wage Shows Failure of Stakeholder Politics

Minimum Wage Shows Failure of Stakeholder Politics

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In the business world, “stakeholder primacy” is a “dishonest theory.” After all, it puts those without real skin in the game up against those with a financial investment – the “shareholders” owed the company’s best attempts at making a profit ...
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Apple Won’t Reverse Parler Purge

Apple Won’t Reverse Parler Purge

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CEO Tim Cook Refuses to Allow Social Media Platform to Be Restored to App Store Washington, D.C. – Apple CEO Tim Cook dodged a question today from the Free Enterprise Project (FEP) about the company’s refusal to return Parler to ...
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As Big Businesses Get Woke, Americans Trust Them Less

As Big Businesses Get Woke, Americans Trust Them Less

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After acting as a muscle for left-wing political interests, corporate America is finally getting its comeuppance. The results of an annual Gallup poll show a dramatic drop in public satisfaction with institutions such as religion, business and government as well ...
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America Can’t Grow Unless We Say Union No

America Can’t Grow Unless We Say Union No

A buddy reminded me recently of a common ad from our youth, the jingle of which proclaimed “America works best when we saaaaay union yes!” It was one of those breezy little lies that made us Gen Xers so skeptical ...
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Fink Fails Fellow CEOs, Customers

Fink Fails Fellow CEOs, Customers

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Larry Fink, the CEO of the BlackRock asset management company, is powerful because of other people’s money. They invest it with him, but he is now effectively using it against his customers’ interests. Free Enterprise Project Deputy Director Scott Shepard, ...
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The Preposterous Pose Of Mr. Larry Fink

The Preposterous Pose Of Mr. Larry Fink

Larry Fink, the CEO of BlackRock, thinks very highly of himself. So highly that he expects the whole of the American corporate world – and, derivatively, you personally – to bow down before him. The super-fun kicker? The great height ...
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The Minimum Wage Is An Impossible Conundrum For Honest “Stakeholder Capitalism”

The Minimum Wage Is An Impossible Conundrum For Honest “Stakeholder Capitalism”

Any business-governance theory that, if honestly applied, collapses into neurotic indecision paralysis at the fundamental question of setting wages is a failed theory. Well then, RIP “stakeholder primacy,” 2019-2021 – at least as an honest theory. Of course, as has ...
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Conservatives Should Pressure Businesses Like the Left Does

Conservatives Should Pressure Businesses Like the Left Does

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It’s a sad truth. In just a few years, America’s “largest corporations have abandoned their traditional roles” and are “jump[ing] hard into politics.” Taking a page from the Occupy Wall Street movement that he said intimidated the business community, Scott ...
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Untangling Corporate Wokeism

Untangling Corporate Wokeism

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If you are concerned about corporate America’s march to the left, you will want to keep an eye out for the upcoming book, The Dictatorship of Woke Capital. Author Stephen Soukup, Vice President and Publisher of The Political Forum, provides an ...
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More New York Times Bias Exposed: Is Anyone Surprised Though?

More New York Times Bias Exposed: Is Anyone Surprised Though?

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As time rolls by, the obvious bias of the mainstream media becomes more and more apparent. “Fake news” has become common jargon when discussing the hypocrisy of organizations like the New York Times. Those who highlight this bias and the ...
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