Continuing the discussion from Blog: General thoughts on Ocaml & Haskell and OCaml's (supposedly) pathetic state of tooling:
More generally, companies trying to ‘enrich themselves’ are generally trying to provide a product for which there will be demand, either by consumers or other companies. That’s how the system works.
I’ve seen, to my amazement, companies and defense organizations switch from large C# codebases to JS. At some point it just becomes a function of how many JS programmers are available and the reduced costs that this implies.