The primary reason for any company’s existence is to make a profit for its owners. But management and investors can sometimes be at odds on the best course of action to achieve that goal. The conventional wisdom is that management typically takes a long-term view of results and operations, while public investors are focused on the short term — meeting, or preferably exceeding, quarterly expectations. Obviously, this can create a conflict between the two constituents. Virtually ...
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