false prof•it |fôls ˈpräfit|
1 financial earnings acquired through duplicitous services, defective products (planned obsolescence), patent trolling, or predatory lending;
2 utilizing regulatory loopholes to legally, but unethically, evade taxes;
3 outsourcing labor exploitation and/or environmental externalities to avoid accountability;
4 any profit derived through market manipulation, i.e. speculation, short-termism.
5. corporate welfare.
NeohumanCapitalism(my optimistic alter ego)
What are the barriers that keep people from reaching anywhere near their real potential?The answer to that can be found in another question, and that’s this:Which is the most universal human characteristic: fear… or laziness?
k, i’m done.