In 1876, when the brewer J.C. Jacobsen bequeathed the brewery he founded, Carlsberg, to the Carlsberg Foundation, he gave it two tasks: to bestow knowledge and affluence on society, and ensure that the Carlsberg brewery would continue to be run according to its founding principles.
In order to insure a company’s survival and the bestowal of wealth back to society, an owner of a company needs a strong financial basis, both to maintain a majority ownership, and to protect against inflation and insure that grants can be made.
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