Tuesday, January 19, 2016

DiCaprio Slams 'Corporate Greed'

In Davos, Switzerland while receiving an award at the World Economic Forum.Leonardo DiCaprio, who makes in the neighborhood of $25 million per film. slammed 'corporate greed.'

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  1. In defense of this, "corporate greed" these days usually translates to "cronyist greed." Getting people to wake up to the cronyist vs. productive entrepreneur distinction should be our job #1. It's good people feel anger and indignance at cronyist greed and would be a mistake for us to try to temper that.

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    1. If past events are any indication of future ones, that resentment can easily be misdirected (again) to the productive entrepreneurs.

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  2. I believe the point was the irony that a very rich multimillionaire who made his fortune in Hollywood, one of the most corrupt, "cronyist" industries out there, is preaching about "corporate greed."

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  3. I just watched The Aviator, Leo's 2004 movie about Howard Hughes. It had a good anti-crony capitalist message.

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  4. It's too bad that bear didn't rape him for real.

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