If the CEOs can respect the consumers, then you're right.
As long as the consumer can earn enough to feed themselves AND buy gadgets, then this system will work.
However, our current business model is predicated on cost-cutting rather than market expansion, and the costs being cut are the consumers' petty cash for gadgets and goodies.
At what point will the consumers be so squeezed by the cost-cutters that they will no longer be able to feed themselves and get the latest gadgets?
For the CEOs, hopefully just about the time they become hundred-billionaires.
"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"
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