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What is capitalism? The word inspires a variety of passionate thoughts and opinions, often based on misconceptions and failed business cases. Are companies naturally greedy? Is capitalism itself corrupt? What must we do to build a just economic system and a thriving American democracy?
Although capitalism was created as a fundamentally moral institution, there has long been a gap between who it serves and how it benefits the economy and society. When profit takes precedence over people and the environment, capitalism can cause unforeseen problems that threaten companies and their actors: employees, customers, suppliers, society, and shareholders.
Fishing With Dynamite is a documentary that explores the controversial history of American corporate culture. Examines the arguments of two influential theories between stakeholders and share capitalism and based on the extraordinary success stories of dedicated companies (Costco, Container Store, Whole Foods) argues that caring for all stakeholders, not just increasing shareholder value, is the only possible future for business in 21 century.
The film, created in collaboration with Aspiration Entertainment, has awakened a 40-year-old myth that profit is only a corporate purpose to maximize shareholder value capitalism. And it revitalizes the stakeholder approach, in which companies meet the human needs of employees, customers, suppliers, investors, society and the natural environment.
Container Store executives (Melissa Reiff and Kip Tindell), Eastman Chemical (Mark Costa), Lukes Lobster (Luke Holden) and Whole Foods (John Mackey and Walter) define the aspects of capitalism, profitability and moral responsibility. measured by Robb) and Costco Warehouse (Jim Sinegal) among others. The film features interviews with professors, authors, and CEOs, including Robert Reich, an economist, professor, author, and political commentator; Arthur Brooks,former president of the American Enterprise Institute Conservative Research Center; Jim Collins, author of Good to Great, Bethany McLean, author of The Smartest Guys in the Room, and R. Edward Freeman, a professor from Darden and the father of stakeholder theory.