hmm a bit like the theory that public companies are effectively artificial 'people' created by law. These entities are (usually) only interested in maximising shareholder wealth and can therefore be thought of as people without conscience. The most desirable people to run these companies therefore have similar traits. In other words, a bit on the pyschopathic side.
6-12 months ago there was a letter posted in R&N from an american pilot to his company's CEO which explained this theory much more eloquently than I can. (effectively calling his boss a pyschopath