The complex and comprehensive nature of Corporate Imperialism’s domination depends upon the efficient functioning of an equally complex system. This dependence is a vulnerability which the power structure cannot overcome.
Multinational Corporate systems rely on low-cost, high-return, operational efficiency, to achieve maximum profit and the best value for their shareholders. All corporate decision-making is based upon this principle. Company managers are legally obligated to only pursue policies which maximize corporate profit. Shareholders have the power to replace executives whose management causes company stock prices to fall.
Disrupting the efficiency of a corporate system increases cost, reduces profit, and causes company shares to lose value.
No corporation will tolerate this.
If meeting specific demands will secure the system from disruption, it would be illegal for a corporation to not do so.