Re: That's not courage at all.
Actually, in your comment, you almost prove yourself wrong. Why? The phrase " they showed a psychopathic lack of thought and empathy for the harm they caused others. ".
It's that limited empathy (which is bordering on being psychopathic - there have been studies on this) that enables a good businessman to function effectively. Thank about that, if a company is successful, they can't worry about their competitor's staff (who may well lose their livelihoods). If they aren't, they may need to make a lot of people redundant. They know that all those people have families who may be relying on them, but they cannot think of that.
Also, narcissism is not necessarily bad. What do you think drives us to invent? The belief (and the need to show) that we are better than everyone else. The concepts that allow the Internet to function are essentially the result of a combination of fear and the fact that the Americans felt the need to prove that they are better than the Soviets, along with a lot of the hardware used to run the networks involved.