Short-Term Greed

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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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Much of this is due to short term greed, selling successful companies to foreign ownership or simply stripping out the assets, irrespective of the social and longer term economic consequences.
The world needs a renewed entrepreneurial spirit which does not gamble away decades of accumulated shareholders' wealth for short term greed and glory.
We only looked at short term greed and sacrificed our mass workforce.
I and many other residents fear that the answer to both these question is short term greed and opportunistic profiteering.
Are we really going to let jumping slowly wither and die, almost imperceptibly throttled by short term greed for turnover and the visionless fat-cattery that will eventually trade our Red Rums for Regional Racing and our Aldaniti's for another all-weather?
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