For the sake of justice, liberty, and prosperity, people should abandon their anti-commercial prejudices and cease deriding unequal wealth and income.
Profit seeking and capitalism are natural and beneficial and provide the proper moral purpose for business.
What we need is competition in free markets and protection of individual rights.
Ask Venezuelans whether they would prefer well-stocked supermarkets to empty shelves and the desperate shortages of food under socialism.
Business is a moral endeavor that makes human life immeasurably better.
A business can gain a temporary advantage by appeasing popular views that fly in the face of facts, but…
Ayn Rand argues that we must pursue self-interest—our rational values—because our lives depend on it.
It is the wealth creation by companies that has helped reduce poverty to its lowest levels in history.
The Giving Pledge is immoral because it is based on the idea that those who have legitimately created wealth by trading values with others have not earned it and must “give it back.”