Why the U.S. Needs More Worker-Owned Companies

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And some companies with employee majority-owned stock programs, such as Publix Super Markets and outerwear maker W.L. The social impact funds want to support it for social reasons, whereas hedge funds and others are recognizing that the superior resiliency and performance of worker-owned firms can improve their returns. The co-op gives lobstermen a way to participate in the wholesale market and to share in the profits. Klaus Meinhardt/Getty Images.

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