Philosophical Musings

January 11, 2008

The Right to Life is Reserved to Humans, Not Business Models

Filed under: capitalism,Copyrights,music — Elad Kehat @ 7:11 am

The Right to Life is reserved to Human Beings. Not to businesses. In a market economy, when a business fails to serve its purpose – i.e. generate revenue by selling a product or service to customers, it dies. This includes entire industries too.  If you’re lucky enough to still be producing something that people want, and it’s just your business model that doesn’t work anymore, good for you – you don’t have to die. Just find a new busines model.
Technology changes, business models stop working, you move on.

Oh, wait, there’s another option. You can lobby for new taxation designed to keep your obsolete business alive.

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