Originally Posted by marco pedrana
it's not greed: it's like if they don't do that they go broken. this means their businness is not sane in itself, needing the enforced closing of concurrents, even if those are illegal, to - not be in full bloom - but to survive. but that's a choice fully allowed by law.
I know, but I said that it's greed in my eyes
which has little to do with law. It's about ethics and if they couldn't survive without putting out competitors I'd say they need to come up with something new
that sells better. However, how stopping beggars from sharing their bread saves a dying bakery is beyond my understanding. They'd still be broke and angry wouldn't they?