I'm sure most of the members here will be familiar with the monologue from fictional character Gordon Gekko in Wall Street (1987): And the counterpoint in the, albeit cinematic abortion, sequel Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Real life economist Milton Friedman, said something interesting, and along somewhat similar lines: So, a profound philosophical question for the luminaries of the board: is greed good? Why or why not? How do you define greed? What is the defining line between self-interest and avarice? Thanks for sharing.