Originally Posted by BucEyedPea
Where did I say it was the CEO's property? You're making a strawman argument—a logical fallacy.
I only said the money or property was not yours, because you're the one whining about the pay he got. LOL
Really, it shouldn't matter if a business is small or big; privately owned or if shareholders own it through shares. The company leadership owes no fiduciary duty whatsoever to the public sphere. This is nonsense common good think from the collectivist trash heaps of history.
Either way, none of it is yours.
The company leadership has a duty to serve the shareholders. That is business 101. The idea that they do not owe any obligation to the millions of investors who are investing into the company is like saying the government has no duty to serve the taxpayers who expect services.
It is not collectivist. If you don't want to be obligated to the shareholders, then take your company private.