I like what Colin Campbell said: "We are supposed to accept the fiction that corporations are people, so let me suggest an alternative, equally ludicrous fiction. Corporations are actually dogs. They exist to eat and grow and reproduce and occasionally they make people feel good. But if you leave the pantry door open, they’ll make away with the sausages. They just can’t help themselves. The best you can hope is that the corporation is managed by people who don’t let them poop on the pavement, or bite small children." 

Here's hoping that the management at Spur won't engorge themselves on the sausages and leave the shareholders with nothing but a plundered and empty larder.