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= What Earns the "business people" the bad Reputation =
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The Chief Executive Officers ''(CEO-s)'' usually earn a bad reputation by being dishonest and by being [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFEDxrXAprQ psychopaths]. The non-CEO types, who earn a bad reputation while actually owning the business that they are running, tend to earn their bad reputation by being the '''idiots''' at the Warren Buffet's '''triple-I series of Innovators-Imitators-Idiots'''. A [http://scottberkun.com/2011/innovators-imitators-and-idiots/ citation] ''([https://archive.is/N4Q61 archival copy])'':

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With every transaction there are always 2 sellers and 2 buyers. Usually one of the sides sells money, but sales might be in a form, where neither side sells money. According to Robert James Shiller, in 1969 the Kenneth Ewart Boulding offered the following definition: "Economics is the study of exchange."




What Earns the "business people" the bad Reputation

The Chief Executive Officers (CEO-s) usually earn a bad reputation by being dishonest and by being psychopaths. The non-CEO types, who earn a bad reputation while actually owning the business that they are running, tend to earn their bad reputation by being the idiots at the Warren Buffet's triple-I series of Innovators-Imitators-Idiots. A citation (archival copy):