INC. chose well to explore the rising interest in equity capital ownership on the part of managers, corporations, and even rank-and-file employees. But shouldn't you have explained that none of the various equity motivating methods are nearly as powerful and mutually beneficial to employers, employees, and the market economy as soundly designed and operated ESOPs (which are mentioned, but not explained)?

Shouldn't INC. have pointed out that the ESOP is a capital credit mechanism that enables employees to buy employer stock at its full current value, and to pay for that stock out of the yeidl of the assets that it represents, in precorporate tax, preemployee income tax, and pre-Social Security tax dollars?