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    Robert Monks: Corpocracy — 6 of 6

    Sunlight Oxygen

    by Sunlight Oxygen

    Despite decades of effort, Bob Monks has not succeeded in forcing corporations to fulfill their responsibilities to shareholders. Trustees, who hold those share in trust, must be convinced to fulfill their legal responsibilities. As Monks states it, “The people who run corporations are not bad people, it is just that you as a rule, they make up rules that are most in their self interests. But it’s up to us, to get those rules, and you can get it, if you start to convince the trustees that they must be responsive to their beneficiaries.”