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His new book, “Good Profit: How Creating Value for Others Built One of the World’s Most Successful Companies”, goes further, blending biographical tidbits and company history with case studies on how he’s applied his principles to Koch Industries. Along the way, he quotes everyone from the Buddha and his father and company founder, Fred Koch, to psychologist Abraham Maslow and free-market economists, such as Friedrich Hayek.
Charles Koch’s “Good Profit: How Creating Profit for Others Built One of the World’s Most Successful Companies” defends the free and prosperous commonwealth against cronyism (aka ‘bad profit’). But more than that, the author presents insights about economic freedom to set up his business management ideal, Principled Entrepreneurship.
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