The Corporation asks "If corporations are people, what sort of people are they?" and comes to the conclusion that Corporations are psychopaths, exhibiting general psychopathic traits such as 'incapacity to experience guilt', 'callous disregard for the feelings of other people', 'deceitfulness (continual lying to deceive for profit', etc. Which makes sense, given that they are entities created to singlemindedly pursue profit above all else.
So, perhaps corporations should be treated like people, but only after
careful consideration of the type of people they are. If corporations
were treated as psychopaths, I'd be satisfied.
(originally a comment on this metafilter thread)