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    If you were the president of a large publicly owned corporation, would you make decisions to maximize stockholders' welfare or your own personal interest? What are some actions stockholders could take to ensure that management's interests and those of the stockholders coincide?

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    The interests of the business come first. By streamling business operations and increasing profits, the President is maximizing the welfare of the business and the stockholders. It is never in the best interest of a company ...

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    If you were the president of a large publicly owned corporation, would you make decisions to maximize stockholders' welfare or your own personal interest? What are some actions stockholders could take to ensure that management's interests and those of the stockholders coincide?

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