Foolish Review: Leadership at Kinder Morgan
Earlier this week, the Houston Business Journalposted an interview with Kinder Morgan President Steve Kean that emphasized the commitment that management has to shareholders at the company. There are no company-owned season tickets for sports teams, according to Kean, because how do shareholders benefit from having management take in an Astros game?
In this video, Fool.com contributor Aimee Duffy elaborates on the company's culture and the long history of shareholder return at Kinder Morgan, which began right off the bat when Rich Kinder and Tom Morgan formed the company in 1997.
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