Excellent idea from Eillie Anzilotti:
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Bernie Sanders and Marco Rubio will never really see eye to eye on a political issue. But the two senators, who both ran for president on opposite sides of the aisle in 2016, have found common ground, strangely, in the idea that corporate stock buybacks–when a company pays a shareholder cash for their shares–are a bad thing.
It is a bad thing. Apple does it and wasted a hundred billion dollars. Somebody should be fired for the idea.