Taking a Business Ethics class in my college years was a monumental moment to say the least. It opened my eyes on how wicked modern civilization is towards the environment. I felt utter shame and guilt to the point where I couldn’t even look at the water bottle I bought before the class in front of me. As I threw it away, I pledged that it would be my last ever plastic bottle I would ever use in my life. Lol.
According to Comparisum, Jeff Bezos’ wealth is set to increase exponentially and leapfrog the other hard contenders of the ‘soon-to-be trillionaire club’. Putting that into perspective, Bezos is now 36% richer than the British monarchy and approximately makes a rough amount of $2,480 per second (more than twice the amount the average worker in the US makes within a week). Putting that into perspective, we can probably agree that it changes all definitions of the word “rich”. Which brings us to the famous old question: Should the super rich actually be super rich?