CEOs stalking shareholders
David Sirota describes how CEOs are spying on "activist" shareholders.
The Financial Times reports that "U.S. companies, alarmed by the number of activist investors on the prowl, are hiring surveillance firms to find out who their shareholders are and which ones might cause trouble." Let's state it another way: company management is now going all out to indentify – and perhaps target with retribution/harrassment? – the owners of the company themselves (aka. the stockholders) if those owners are expected to "cause trouble."
If corporations are legal persons, spying CEOs must be an autoimmune disease.