- A. Corporate executives are seldom held liable for their actions through the corporation thanks to limited liability.
- B. More "evil" corporations tend to be under a for-profit charter as opposed to a not-for-profit charter that requires all earnings to be reinvested in growth. Mozilla Corporation is technically for-profit, but it's wholly owned by the non-profit Mozilla Foundation.
- C. There's a perception that for-profit corporations, especially publicly traded ones, have some sort of "fiduciary duty" to compromise what marketing convinces the public are the corporation's founding principles in the name of maximizing profit. This puts them the farthest toward evil alignment, specifically lawful evil pre-4e.
Now which is it?