The primary objective of corporate executives and board members is to maximize the value of their company. This appears to be tacit acknowledgement that investors are the company’s most important constituents.
 However, this may not always be the case, since customers, employees and investors all need to be viewed equally at a restaurant company. A decision based on the interests of one constituent must be weighed against its impact on the others. Furthermore, a constituent group ...

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