Now, one of the things it would be interesting, and I don’t know how this would be accomplished, is, if capital markets everywhere adopted different performance, measures of performance for corporate performance. If they started valuing, let’s say, company X, went this quarter employing 10,000 people and they’ve just added 12,000 more people over the last four quarters because their goods and services were in significant demand.
Now there has been a response to that, in terms of ecologically and socially conscious businesses, but they typically are not the ones that garner the market. An interesting company to watch is Google, because Google slogan for the, I don’t know exactly, been in business 20 years, may be not, was ‘do no evil.’ You could extend that slogan further to something like do some good or do lots of good, as opposed to do no evil. But there is a very interesting implication, if you stop and think about it behind the slogan ‘do no evil,’ which for me implies that they know that the possibilities of them doing things that are called as “do evil” are fairly significant.