Interesting that Forbes pointed out twice that profits would remain flat for the year, while attempting to avoid pointing out the continued revenue growth over the past year to support their claim that WHC is not a growth stock. The apointment of an ombudsperson to deal with complaints, and the installation of surveillance cameras for better scrutiny are the steps taken by WHC to ensure that the company can continue to grow and successfully manage their broad operations. These steps were necessary for a company of this size and should deal successfully with the only real barrier to growth, which is failure to deliver quality services and the inability to deal responsibly with problems and to reduce there occurance in the future. WHC is showing that it is preparing for further long range growth in a market which Forbes inaccurately portrays as shifting and perhaps declining. Privatised corrections does not require an expanding rate of incarceration in order to grow. Fordes also fails to mention extensive and intensive growth through international expansion and diversity of domestic services. To conclude, by focusing on this year's lack of profit growth while ignoring fundamental changes in operations Forbes incorrectly portrays WHC in static growth.