I remember talking to a recruiter and he was a blunt fellow (which I appreciate). And he said, "Look, you're not a team player."
I then pointed out that most of the banks I was working at were losing money hand over fist and that wouldn't banks or other employers who wanted to make money want a "non team player" from a bank that was losing money than a "team player" that help the bank lose even more money?
"No, it is more important to be a team player than to make a profit."
It was blunt, but depressing at the same time. You don't do what's right. You don't do what's obvious to make a profit. You just be a team player and don't think.
Thus it's nice to see the results of putting "being a team player" above "profit and truth."