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Big business always serves — directly or indirectly — the masses.The Anti-Capitalistic Mentalityp. 2Big Business
Big business depends entirely on the patronage of those who buy its products: the biggest enterprises loses its power and its influence when it loses its customers.Economic Policyp. 4Big Business
Not offices and bureaucrats, but big business deserves credit for the fact that most of the families in the United States own a motorcar and a radio set.Planned Chaosp. 15Big Business
The big business enterprises are almost without exception corporations, precisely because they are too big for single individuals to own them entirely. The growth of business units has far outstripped the growth of individual fortunes.Theory and Historyp. 118Big Business
The bigness and the economic power of the railroad companies did not impede the emergence of the motor car and the airplane.Human Actionp. 276; p. 275Big Business
The characteristic mark of big business is mass production for the satisfaction of the needs of the masses. Under capitalism the workers themselves, directly or indirectly, are the main consumers of all those things that the factories are turning out.The Anti-Capitalistic Mentalityp. 42Big Business
What makes a firm big is its success in best filling the demands of the buyers. If the bigger enterprise did not better serve the people than a smaller one, it would long since have been reduced to smallness.Planning for Freedomp. 134Big Business
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