Short-Term Greed

Short-Term Greed

In investment banking, a term describing the placing of a bank's interests above those of one's client. That is, short-term greed encourages the bank to make money from trades or other investments, even if it causes some clients to lose out. Short-term greed may be detrimental to an investment bank in the long run as clients eventually may steer their assets elsewhere.
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Through this, long-term sustainability outsmarts short-term greed.
In a sport riven with cynical selfinterest and short-term greed, it would be heartwarming to see a genuine football man succeed in keeping the asset-strippers away from the club he's loved for all those years and deliver on his promise.
Yes, that must be it, surely, rather than just short-term greed.
Short-term greed for short-term gains, leaves people short-changed, and encourages better competitors, who can improve the delivery of goods and services.
Stories of the horrific mental, physical and sexual abuse inflicted on entire families, depressingly often on young females, by people motivated only by short-term greed, rightly shock and appal and as a parent it's hard to countenance the notion of similar happening to your own child.
Rising prices, despite a drop in wholesale energy costs, have exposed their short-term greed and the need for an inquiry.
uk Tesco plan would sign "death warrant" for Holmfirth claim traders Saying Tesco is a death knell for Holmfirth is disingenuous well, I think the BBC killed Holmfirth (my personal opinion but supported by a few germane economic indicators), a good example of short-term greed when everyone jumped on the LOTSW bandwagon.
The few involved in this sharp practice might have scored a costly own goal for, while their short-term greed may have been satisfied, they may also have ensured this was the last occasion these customers would be spending time and money in Merseyside.
To do otherwise is to display short-term greed, arrogantly presented as responsible action.
We urge Diageo to pull back from these plans - act like a responsible business and put the jobs and communities of the people who built you before short-term greed.
And we will tie executive pay to long-term performance so that sound decisions are rewarded instead of short-term greed.
A few among my readers will disagree with my views and assessments, but I nevertheless will continue to argue logically and relentlessly that as long as we remain weak and unable to correct our behaviours, rearrange our arrogant, simplistic, culturally shaped and imposed mindsets, and unable to resist and fight against our own personal short-term greed and self-centered attitudes, then the creatively invented TPLF policies, judiciary systems, rules and elections will continue to operate, functioning to the satisfaction of the TPLF leadership and those behind it.
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