The ‘Bottom Line’ as American Myth and Metaphor

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stockholders and whose managers have definite profit objectivesnfor which they are held strictly accountable, providesnsignificant opportunities for smaller companies. Small companiesnoften rely on substantial investment of donated labornand deferred profit expectations. Simply put, principals innthe firm usually work long hours for which they receive nonmonetary compensation, and often underpay themselves . . .

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