Of how businesses in the capitalistic system, as much as you might not like the bosses and CEO's, those businesses are like animals backed into a corner. Well, perhaps not all of them - banks seem to get bailed out by governments.
But the system overall is that we leave businesses to the dogs - they run out of money, they fail, they go bankrupt and die.
Then we complain about business people only caring about money.
When we support a system that leaves them to the wolves if they don't get money.
I'm not supporting bailing out of businesses here. Just saying that its a bit of a set up - condone the repeating scenario of people getting into a position where they face losing all that stuff they've built up - you're essentially making desperate people.
The best bit is, you have those desperate people in charge of other peoples supply of food and shelter.
Or to be more accurate, those people are in charge of your job (or whether you get one, if you are unemployed and looking for work).
But hey, blame them rather than the corner we set up for people. And the society we base upon people (ie, to provide jobs) who are backed into corners, snarling.