STREET DOGS: On fair price and profit


It’s not unusual to hear people say that they’re happy to pay "a fair price" for a business. It usually means they’re willing to pay a little more than what they think the business is worth. But, why would anyone do that? Surely paying a fair price for a business means you’re giving up at least as much as you’re getting. Where’s the profit in that?..

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