"Businesses always choose profit margins over the wellbeing of their customers"?
So car manufacturers only include the minimum safety equipment required by law, and not one airbag more?
It feels like you are vastly (and negatively) oversimplifying the nature of business-consumer relationships. I will be downvoted as a tool, but I have run businesses for decades, and this is wrong. If your experiences differ, they're at odds with the world and perhaps they've skewed you towards that belief, but in the greater world this just is not so. Of course there are exceptions, but they are not the norm.
Every business owner/stakeholder I have ever known was a long-term planner, valued customers, and saw his or her business reputation as a high-priority business asset.