“I have a conversation about this quite often,” said Mark Doman, chief executive of the Doman Group, an investment adviser. “Clients talk about how their ethics and morality guide their portfolio. I tell them it’s a very slippery slope to find companies that meet their ethical bar while keeping in mind their goal is to grow their assets.”

Mr. Doman added, “If you can find me a morally and ethically pure blue-chip company, that’s more the exception than the rule.”
- PAUL SULLIVAN, Profits? Nice, but for These Investors, Conscience Matters More, NYT, FEB. 3, 2017

Brooklyn Writer
New York | Sept. 21
Please, after all the indignities that this President has heaped on to others, let us hold him accountable for something. My children are learning that the best way to succeed in life is to lie, bully, deflect, and pretend. Enough.
- Comment on Benjamin Weiser and William K. Rashbaum, Trump Could Be Investigated for Tax Fraud, D.A. Says for First Time, NYT, Sept. 21, 2020

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