Here's my thought process:
I can understand why you'd want to own shares in a company which pays dividends. You don't need a DAC for that. The company can be centralised, but it's obviously vulnerable to being taken down and that risk devalues it. The company has a massive incentive to run the logic which defines the operation of the company (e.g. satoshi's dice, running on a centralised server).
The point of a DAC is to decentralise the 'company', removing the risk of takedown. This means that the company's logic has to be inside a client which runs on end user's machines and operates much like an altcoin. But, what I'm trying to understand is where the incentive lies for end users to run the client on their machines?
Unless running the client rewards the user in a more substantial way than just owning plain dividend paying shares does, what is the incentive to run it?
Are there any examples out there which clarifies this, for the uninitiated (i.e me)?