Maybe I should have been more specific. Companies place very little, if any, significance on consumers' welfare compared to consumers' money. They may show some care for consumer's welfare, but it's not geniune. They simply act like they care because if they do, they'll likely receive more money. Which leads back to a company's only genuine care: money.
Gotta disagree with you on this Jay520. To say that all companies only care about their customers money is wrong. Not every company's only genuine care is to make money. I mean if that was true some industries wouldnt exist. Take for example a small game developer company, whose primary goal is to make good games, making money is just the means to be able to do what they want to do.
I think most industries which are not highly profitable are a result of companies wanting to provide a specific service or make a particular product to consumers. I would say the genuine care is to then provide that service. Things get messy when a company gets bigger, and investors get involved (now their only care would be to make money) companies then have to appease those investors but also please the consumers and stil be able to do the things they want to do. It becomes complicated.
Either way, its not as simple as to say a company's only genuine care is money.