Too ignorant to be funny, unfortunately. Apparently you've never taken an Economics class. The stockholders have invested the money that allowed the company to prosper. Without those investments there is no company. Should the stockholders not receive a return on their investments? Do you seek out savings accounts that pay you no interest because you feel that to receive interest makes you "ethically challenged?"By definitions, I believe all companies are ethically challenged. They are the embodiment of (tens, hundreds, thousands, ... of) thousands of stockholders who, for the vast majority, just demand profit.
Oh, and by the way, almost all of us are stockholders through our pension plans and retirement savings. So it is us that "demand profit."