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New Corporate Behavior: Forget Sales, What’s the Stock Price?

Earlier this week I discussed the idea of new corporate behavior and its role in The Financialization Revolution, I said “Since the Financialization Revolution, the goal of satisfying shareholders instead of consumers has become the primary focus of corporations.” A new Think … Continue reading

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New Corporate Behavior: Quote of the Week Discussion

“Business people stopped judging themselves based on companies long term growth or reputation in consumer polls; instead, the measurement of their worth became a function of the bonuses and salaries they could squeeze out of the marketplace or out of … Continue reading

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Introduction: What Is The Financialization Revolution?

Financialization is, after all, a big fat hard-to-pronounce word and chances are you’ve never heard of it. Yet.  It is one of the most important words you’ll ever want to familiarize yourself with because Financialization is the single reason why … Continue reading

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